Accreditation Power Sessions JHB – DBN – CT
These SETA and QCTO workshops are strategic sessions about accreditation and how to be competitive.
- Workshops break down the legislative, social and economic dramas that must be resolved.
- Evidence required by SETAs is illustrated
- Each SETA workshop has a different core focus, but each emphasises the need for strategy and market knowledge
- Immense opportunity exists for quality training providers who understand that participating in the training sector is a privilege that comes with responsibility.
- It is not a sector driven purely by financial gains and net margins but one built on the sweat of change champions who draw immense satisfaction from the success of their graduates.
This is not to deny that training makes for good business – currently it’s great business!
- Layered with government incentives and good intentions, many make the mistake of believing it’s a sector for mining capital. However, no matter how great the rewards, ultimately, if training standards are not met and there’s no explicit return on investment – this burgeoning sector will crumble and future beneficiaries (learners) will lose.
- Register to attend these power sessions unpacking ‘quality’ and how the SETA or QCTO expects it to be upheld, monitored and constantly improved upon.
- You will be shown how to link to a learner market and will be given great tips for competing against more seasoned providers, many of whom fail to measure and prove ROI (Return on Investment).
The future of training lies with the QCTO
While accreditation for most qualifications is still only available via the SETAs, from 2018 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.
- 5 differently themed Accreditation workshops this year
- Read more about all 3 strategic workshop sessions.
- Building Blocks for SETA Accreditation: Legislation & Strategy
- SETA Accreditation: Evidence – QMS, Program Delivery, Learner Policies