The series of 5 workshops cover various topics and themes relevant to legislation and provider delivery. In addition, you get to have conversations with organisations facing similar challenges.
Changes in the SETA / QCTO landscape can be daunting when dealt with in isolation. Although both sets of structures organise roadshows, presentations are usually mediocre and lack provider specific content. Little time is committed to Q&A and discussion.
Sign up and get answers amongst an empathetic bunch!
Johannesburg Workshop Dates
- 28: Programme Development, Learner and Assessment Management policies and procedures
- 29: Business Management system, aligned Policy Statement and Human Resources
- 6: Holistic Building Blocks for SETA Accreditation
- 7: Quality Management Systems & Review Mechanisms
- 8: Business Management system, aligned Policy Statement and Human Resources
- January 2017
- 17 January 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||1000|
|Quality management systems & Review mechanisms
|Programme development, Learner management and assessment management||
|Management system, Policy statement and Human Resources||
|Quality Council for Trade and Occupations||How to strategically align and become accredited with the QCTO.||1300|
How to Become a QCTO Accredited Skills Development Provider
The future of occupational training lies with the QCTO
While most 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.