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Support for competitive ethical organisations so the public and industry can thrive.

ACCREDITATION

Building Blocks Workshop
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EQUITY POLICY

Workshop
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NEETs: YOUTH & UNEMPLOYED

Policy and Practice Workshop
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Drivers for SETA and QCTO accredited business success

Quality Management, choice of qualifications, correct SETA selection and quality assured learning material are critical drivers for a profitable training organisation.  

Emerging providers often overlook the value of competitive analysis and how this connects to the branding of the learning experience. Most select programmes already common in the market and maintain conventional features.

New providers should use every available opportunity to distinguish themselves from established competitors.

Resources, Solutions and Answers

From management, to learning material to marketing, various bespoke and online solutions are available.

Those training providers entering the market to meet the demand for youth and unemployed skills development, understanding NEET development factors should be high on their agenda.

Upscale your business plan into a strategic competitive game plan turning accreditation into profit.

ONLINE, ANYTIME, WHEREVER YOU ARE!

Ongoing or Once off

SETA, CHE and QCTO Accreditation Support

 


ONSITE AND BESPOKE ACCREDITATION SEMINARS  

Informative and engaging, bespoke sessions will bring out the very best in your team and establish systems allowing the organisation to thrive.

Covering all aspects of Quality Management, Marketing and Strategic Planning.

Seminars and explicit directions empowers teams and provide far more bang for buck than the conventional accreditation services offered on the market.

Participants receive a digital guide for each topic attended. Guides contain advice and tools to support your accreditation. 


Don't stagnate, INNOVATE!

Understanding economic issues and specific business contexts allows us to identify viable and aggressive growth paths.
Drop a note below if you need assistance!


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