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.
As a strategist in education and training I’m often approached by newbies and experts who ask these questions. One receives a serious response, the other a warning of retribution!
Here’s the simple version of the SETA accreditation process, extracted from Services SETA.
Learning content must meet NQF standards and conform to Quality Council conventions. Sign up for seminars to learn more about accreditation evidence requirements.
The basics of how legislation defines and contextualizes ‘Quality’ in education and training. Quality can be complicated and is directly linked to business success or failure.
Accreditation is not difficult when you know your business. Ice those issues! Find all you need on accreditation right here! 🙂
Education and Training organisations applying for Quality Council Accreditation must provide a comprehensive description of their systems and operations.