SETA, CHE, QCTO Accreditation, Business Process and Market Position
The accreditation seminars cover various areas of the SETA, CHE and QCTO Accreditation submission.
We flesh out the specific requirements for the legislated core criteria and build an understanding of policy frameworks for your organisation.
We will cover facilitation methodologies, learnership structures, qualification and skills programme innovation. Developed as an intervention for
- emerging providers,
- those about to be evaluated for full accreditation,
- or entrepreneurs investigating if it’s the route they wish to follow.
The programme is unique as it connects accreditation criteria to business market positioning as opposed to presenting accreditation as an administrative process.
The process of accreditation can be a powerful opportunity to refine your organisation focus and improve your systems. Many organisations fail as they hired consultants to do everything, creating an impression that accreditation is merely a paper trail. Accreditation is about a vision, business growth, and people development. It’s a powerful strategic weapon when you know precisely how to use it and practice the market agility that it allows.
Seminars cover pain points such as
There are procedures that implement quality management throughout the organisation and which impact on all areas of development and delivery.
Setting up a process for how learning programmes would be developed, delivered and evaluated.
All policies and procedures for the selection, guidance, and support of learners.
- What is a Quality Management System for Accredited Training?
- How to Develop Quality Management Systems for Accreditation