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Building Blocks for Accreditation in the E&T Sector

How do I become accredited, how long does it take and how do I adopt a smart competitive business strategy?

Building Blocks for Competitive Accredited Organisations

Sign up for the Building Blocks seminar and learn how to structure a strategic approach to accreditation. This workshop explains the context of our training and development legislation and market opportunities for emerging training providers.

We address the overarching SETA process and unpack the 8 core criteria for accreditation, best practice and how to enter the market competitively.

The building blocks workshop covers ALL 8 core criteria and shows you what SETA expectations are for FULL accreditation. We don’t simply cover PROVISIONAL accreditation requirements.

For emerging providers, the ‘Building Blocks for SETA Accreditation‘ is an excellent foundation seminar for those who want to build an understanding of the legislative context  and correctly frame their accreditation submission documents. This workshop helps you identify a competitive market strategy in the training and development sector.

Whether you’re a current training provider or a new emerging one, you’ll leave this session knowing exactly what compliance means and the amazing value it can add to your business.

Value to Society, the Economy and Your Business

Framing a Robust Business Strategy and Value as an Accredited Provider

The Building Blocks Seminar explains the history of our current training system, how the ethos was derived and the resulting accreditation legislation.

We then move to the overarching SETA process and unpack the criteria for accreditation, best practice and how to enter the market competitively.

The workshop follows a practical approach and outlines specific steps as you embark and prepare for accreditation.

If you have already started the process, bring your documentation, this will be a great opportunity for you to add to it. If you’ve had a site visit and can’t decipher the report, bring it along.

Let’s Fit All The Pieces of The Puzzle Together

Sign up for Building Blocks and the Policy Strategy one day twosome.

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Book a consultation based upon specific accreditation issues or invite Leonie to present topics with your team.

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BECOMING ACCREDITED
A simple breakdown of a typical accreditation process and information about legislated criteria for education and training.
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SETA ACCREDITATION
PROCESS FLOW
ACCREDITATION APPLICATIONS MUST SATISFY 8-CORE CRITERIA
Have your evidence ready? Organise your documents according to the 8 criteria below.
The Minimum Criteria

The Minimum Criteria

Legislation’s 8-Core Criteria for E&T Accreditation

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Organisations aims, objectives and purposes
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Dynamic procedures implementing quality management
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How the implementation of policies would be monitored and evaluated
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How learning programmes would be developed, delivered and evaluated
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Policies and procedures for staff selection, appraisal and development .
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Policies and procedures for the selection, guidance and support of learners
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Assessment management policies and procedures include RPL
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Financial, administrative and physical structures and resources, and procedures of accountability within the organization

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