Five Workshop Dates
- 11 October: Holistic Building Blocks for SETA Accreditation
- 12 October: Quality Management Systems & Review Mechanisms
- 13 October: Programme Development, Learner and Assessment Management policies and procedures
- 14 October: Business Management system, aligned Policy Statement and Human Resources
- 8 February 2017: Quality Council for Trade and Occupations accreditation and market analysis
|Workshop Title||Topic area||Cost|
|Building Blocks for SETA Accreditation||Covering all aspects of accreditation and legislation’s 8-core criteria requirements||R 1 200|
|Quality management systems & Review mechanisms
||R 1 300|
|Programme development, Learner management and assessment management||
||R 1 300|
|Management system, Policy statement and Human Resources||
||R 1 300|
|Quality Council for Trade and Occupations||How to strategically align and become accredited with the QCTO.||R1 500|
Here’s what a participant at the Building Blocks workshop wrote:
Thank you for the Building Blocks workshop, it was very interesting, motivating and informative.
I have learnt a lot about business sustainability, mentoring, coaching and building sound relationships with other stakeholders including different SETA’s.
I have also learnt a lot about:
- EOS (Extension of Scope), before choosing a Qualification we must consider our Market.
- What big Companies benefit from us (Tax rebate)?
- Developing a funder database
- Know and be able to identify and scarce skills
- Focus on Primary Funder than secondary funder
- The importance of the 8 core criteria
- Having different marketing strategy.
Looking forward to gaining more information and knowledge from other Workshops.
From Christina at Seboka Network
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