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Quality Councils, Accreditation, Legislation and Markets

10 Accreditation Seminars for CHE, QCTO and SETA Strategy

Organisations who wish to become fully accredited training entities or who are in the process but are experiencing difficulties can attend our capacity building seminars.

These seminars are designed to build a deeper understanding of the accreditation legislation and SETA, CHE or QCTO accreditation criteria.

Click here to Register for the Accreditation Seminars

Building Blocks for Quality Council and SETA Accreditation: Legislation & Strategy

  • Everything you need to know in a nutshell. An introduction to the overarching accreditation process and a distilling of the legislation that Quality Councils uphold.
  • The seminar takes a practical approach, outlining specific steps as you prepare for and embark upon accreditation.


QCTO Accreditation Workshop: Process, Policy and Learning Programs

Feeling clueless in this space? Perhaps you’ve just become accustomed to SETA jargon and now have to unlearn and relearn all over again!

Get to grips with QCTO policy and processes and how to align yourself with them.

The future of training lies with the QCTO

While accreditation for most occupational qualifications are still only available at the SETAs, from 2020 the QCTO will assume provider accrediting powers. Providers applying for accreditation need to check if the qualification they wish to be accredited for is still with the SETA or now only available through the QCTO.



Comments (23)

  1. Hi Leonie
    I am really keen to connect with you and attend but am currently on sabbatical in Mauritius.
    Please keep me informed of future programmes.
    Best regards

  2. Donovan O'Brien

    Hi Leonie,

    I am simply put, trying to find out if what I have to offer is something that SETA would accredit ?

    1. SETAs require that compliancy issues are met – you need to understand their expectations and then align to them. Compliancy is really a benchmarked minimal standard, not a limitation. It’s unlikely that what you already have conforms to standards unless you’re a qualified educator and have based programme architecture on andragogy and learning methodology. Most people naturally understand aspects of it, but few grasp how to apply learning theory and holistic quality management processes.
      In addition to this, and to me possibly more critical, is your understanding of the market and career development trends. Lots of organisations have accreditation, many are struggling as they aligned to legislation but not market expectation.

  3. Goitsemang Kaseke

    Hi Leonie,

    I would like some more info on the workshops,i have an interest in finding out how to get a course accredited.


    1. Hi Goitsemang! Thanks for your comment! We’ll be covering all aspects of accreditation at the workshop including content. Hope to see you there!

  4. I am interested in accreditations on certain learning units standards.

  5. Hi Leonie,

    I would to find out if you offer any advance course in the banking sector especially for people in the managerial positions? Sometimes one would like to upgrade skills and qualifications and would prefer content that is banking specific and direct.

  6. Hey Leonie,

    I trust you are well.

    Awesome blog. Love your content.

    I am a Transformation Consultant and work on a daily basis with Setas, Learnerships and much more. I would like to contact you directly please (email address would be great) …I’m hoping you could assist me in a personal matter.
    With much appreciation,

    I thank you.


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