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Make SETA and QCTO accreditation LESS painful MORE profitable

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.


Access resources, solutions and find answers

Reduce the agony of confusion and get straight answers to your questions.

Understand how to drive a strategic plan and turn accreditation into profit.

Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg

SETA, CHE and QCTO Accreditation Support

  • Sessions include market analysis tactics and practical solutions to accreditation challenges
  • Seminars address solutions to specific pain points

3 strategic seminars

Ideal for business drivers and decision makers as they tackle issues within a big picture perspective:

  • Building Blocks for Accreditationa holistic overview of quality councils (CHE, QCTO and by default, SETAs) accreditation criteria. A brilliant session for those who need to understand the training sector, legislation, markets and accreditation in its entirety. 
  • The QCTO and market trends – everything you need to know about accreditation, AQPs and market relevance for QCTO compliance
  • Quality Management System design – each component of E&T quality management is unpacked against the accreditation criteria

Seminars solving specific pain points

  • Learner Policies & Support: Setting up learner selection, support and development systems for quality assurance
  • Business Strategy, Policy Statement & Quality Council nuances: Structuring evidence for organisation’s aims, objectives and purposes
  • Review Mechanisms: Evidence required for monitoring and evaluation  systems
  • Programme Delivery & Market Expectations: Designing, delivering and evaluating learning programmes for specific markets
  • Assessment Policies: Constructing assessment management, methodology and policy
  • HR Policies: How to present staff selection, appraisal and development
  • Management System, Policies and Biz development: Presenting financial, administrative, physical structures and resources of the organisation, and procedures of accountability

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

Accreditation Seminar Sign-up

Building Blocks is scheduled for 27 September 2018 in Johannesburg. Sign-up here or tick the seminars you're interested in and we'll get back to you!

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Comments (20)

  1. Hi Leonie,

    I would like to facilitate a program that right now is not accredited. I would like to offer the program to an accredited college. Would I be able to offer it as an accredited course if I provide the service through the college, which as mention is accredited or do I have to get the program itself accredited?


    1. Leonie Hall

      Hi Cynthia, the latter part is correct! For a programme to be marketed as accredited it must be ‘accredited.’ You could get an accredited organisation to endorse it, but that still wouldn’t make it accredited.

  2. Hi Leonie,

    Denttech is an accredited Auto Body Repair Company. The workshop is ideal to establish an accredited Training & Testing Centre for Body Repair and Spray Painting. The workshop is workplaced approved and we are training Apprentices through CBMT to full Artisanship. There are not enough Training Centres in Panel Beating and Spray Painting and we really see a need for this in the North West Province. We really want to expand to other Seta’s, and skills programs in order to qualify all employees working in such workshops.

    Where can I start. I am currently a SDF and HR Consultant.

    We really want to do this ourselves with your guidance.



    1. Leonie Hall

      Hi Nicky! I’ve emailed you. Check out the online coaching model, we can schedule sessions according to your needs.

  3. Hi, I’m interested in studying all the programs and I live in the free state at Bloemfontein and Johannesburg is the closest for me but now I noticed I have already missed on other seminars. Kindly advice on what you recommend I do.


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Ernest Hlogwane

Thanks Leonie Hall for the wonderful workshop that really assisted me with all the basics of accreditation with SETAs as service provider, Assessor, Facilitator and/or Moderator. I have acquired much information that gave me so many resources needed in the skills training and development industry.

-Ernest Hlogwane
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