Competitive organisations offer more value to their markets once accredited.
Attend two seminars about encapsulating quality and profit in an effective education and training business system.
How do you become accredited, how long does it take and how do I adopt a smart competitive business strategy?
Each accreditation seminar covers specific aspects of the legislated 8-core criteria for accreditation in addition to different Quality Councils requirements. The ‘Policy Strategy’ seminar covers the first criterion ‘Policy Statement.’
Bespoke solutions are available both to organisations who are accredited but dissatisfied with business growth and those who wish to embark on a planned, strategic accreditation path.
Fix the Pain
Book now for the final round of public schedule accreditation seminars in Durban. As more companies want to address strategic issues in a competitive manner, seminars are in demand as bespoke solutions to organisations.
Please book seats early to receive discounts and avoid disappointment.
Sign up for accreditation seminars in Cape Town, Johannesburg or Durban. Bespoke solutions are available too.
Accreditation seminars unpack accreditation legislation and help organisations adjust to putting the pieces together for a successful business strategy.
The Building Blocks seminar provides an overall strategy for Accreditation and Market Capture.
If you want to steal the show, this is the one to attend!
The Building Blocks seminar provides a holistic big-picture view of the entire accreditation process and its implications.
The accreditation building blocks seminar explains:
We address the overarching accreditation process and unpack the 8-core criteria for accreditation, best practice and how to enter the market competitively.
The seminar outlines specific steps as you embark upon or prepare for accreditation.
Entry fee: R1600
Early registration fee available up to 7 days prior to an event: R1 300
Pain points in the accreditation process are commonly related to Quality Management issues, qualification and SETA selection or learning content approval.
Here’s here to solve the challenges.
It’s essential for organisations to understand the implications of accreditation themselves rather than hiring a consultant to ‘get everything done.’
Already have interim accreditation? You can lose your status if your delivery mechanism has failed. If you’re reaching your 3 year mark and have concerns about your system, sign up for our seminars.