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Applying critical and visionary thinking in education, training and economic development spaces.

SETA and QCTO Accreditation, Systems and Markets Markets Markets

Organisations operating in the accredited education and training space are looking at increasing their competitive advantages.

Many apply for an extension of scope to offer more qualifications or additional electives. They increase their chances of success if the qualifications they wish to offer are selected based on current and measurable potential market traction as opposed to hopeful assumptions.

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Need to Market Accredited Training?

Training organisations are increasingly looking at expanding their reach into markets where they may face less tough competition.  They expand by offering diverse qualifications to attract and serve new markets. Each qualification requires a tailored marketing strategy to attract different market segments.

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Trends in Youth Unemployment Interventions

On Workers’ Day, I joined a group in a Consciousness Cafe discussion shaped by youth who believed their greatest challenges related to self-esteem.

This compelled me to research if youth interventions address this issue. Civil society, the private sector and government typically shape the nature of interventions targeting youth, yet possibly do so with little, if any, direct input from intended youth beneficiaries.

Youth interventions must match the complexity of their needs. With employment difficulties increasing and compounded by the impacts of an unequal society, complex interventions are required to address youth challenges.

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3 TRAINING DEALS THAT COULD TURN SOUR

No one likes to lose a deal, but turning them away because you’re uncertain if you can honour client expectations and maintain product integrity is pure pain.

If you’re in this position, it’s time to access expert support that includes structured technical instruction and policy advice.

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Managing 18.2 Learnerships and Apprenticeships

Learnerships and apprenticeships have two primary target groups, the employed (18.1) and the unemployed (18.2). It’s important to manage expectations in a way that ensures learners take ownership of their development.

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