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QMS for SETA Accreditation


Quality Management Systems protect your organisation’s reputation and competitive performance.

SETA and QCTO standards, while appearing tricky, frame a reliable design for implementing a compliant delivery model.

Once you understand how to meet their requirements, even new market entrants in the Learning and Development space can succeed without being dependent on consultants.


Occupational Training Quality Management provides

  • policy and procedure to demystify operations and demonstrate regulatory compliance
  • a framework for Work Integrated Learning
  • improved corporate governance
  • product quality verification
  • increased customer confidence
  • protection of brand integrity & reputation
  • risk management for the entire QMS and Occupational Learning delivery space
  • protection of student learning experience
  • ability to manage, view, and monitor QMS activities for multiple delivery sites from one central location, improving interdepartmental or inter-company communication
  • consistency in management response time for corrective actions
  • input for strategic decisions about additional qualifications and their markets

Pop out from the rest and improve your competitive ability with

  • Impenetrable corporate governance
  • Demonstrable regulatory compliance
  • Products (qualifications, programmes, services) that have clearly defined markets and mapped opportunity
  • Increased customer engagement
  • Unquestionable brand integrity & reputation
  • Competitive strategy and holistic risk management
  • Defined quality learner experience spanning training and occupational spaces
  • One central point of administration and configuration to ensure consistency over multiple sites, companies, organisations, and employees
  • An intuitively configured multiple Quality Management Systems data sharing
  • An accessible online system allowing any stakeholder to provide input or perform their role within the organisation
  • a feed back mechanism connecting users and bolstering innovation and agility
  • Central management to improve monitoring, analysis and response times for corrective/preventative actions
  • Streamlined decision making and savings on amounts of time & money configuring quality management outputs by using pre-defined standards
  • bench marked, reliable standards to maintain QCTO or SETA quality management system ‘fit’
  • Centralised QMS managers activities across multiple sites and locations making distributed management easy
  • Improving management response time for preventative actions
  • Maintaining consistency of quality management processes by prompting employees to perform pre-scheduled tasks at the correct time and date using the correct forms, documents, and processes
  • Clear accountability embedded in quality management system tasks, recording which employee performed a task, and on what date
  • Maintaining consistency of quality management system documents used across all divisions by assigning control of the documents to the relevant custodian or manager
  • a single repository for all quality management system documents to save user time retrieving documents
  • the correct documentation easily accessed and used across departments by automatically presenting the correct forms and documents to employees when selected events, incidents, or processes occur;
  • Quality controlled activities that increase accountability by providing any stakeholders, from employees to students and funders, instant feedback on quality issues
  • reporting tools to benchmark multiple departments, teams, or multiple companies
  • Centralised QC administration, making Quality Control over multiple sites and departments easy

Email us if it’s time to up your QMS game.

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