The Anatomy of Quality Management System For Accreditation

Best Quality Management System for Accreditation. From the structure of your QMS to providing evidence for SETA, CHE or QCTO accreditation, we support and prepare you.

The Anatomy of a Quality Management System for QCTO and CHE Accreditation.

The Anatomy of Quality Management Systems (QMS): SETA QCTO and CHE Accreditation

From the structure of your QMS to providing evidence for SETA, CHE or QCTO accreditation, let us support and prepare you.

Organisations applying for accreditation must show evidence of quality management for their business, HR and training systems.

QMS training can unpack how to best structure evidence to meet accreditation criteria and establish a sustainable business.

Quality Management System seminars cover each component of Education and Training quality management and accreditation criteria.

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The Value of QMS for Education and Training

The quality management system for education ensures consistency, effectiveness, and improvement.

It fosters accountability, enhances learning outcomes, and boosts stakeholder satisfaction.

By implementing rigorous standards, monitoring processes, and feedback mechanisms, educational institutions can identify areas for enhancement and optimize resource allocation.

This approach cultivates a culture of excellence, driving continuous improvement in teaching, curriculum development, and student support services, ultimately enriching the educational experience and preparing learners for success in diverse contexts.


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Take a market-led approach to accreditation and the process of structuring a Quality Management System for business sustainability.

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Management of Education and Training Business Competition

Develop business strategies that are aggressively competitive from the get-go.

Whether you’re a new provider or one with existing market presence, use the accreditation process as an opportunity to shape a disruptive market strategy.

The legislation requires that you are able to show evidence of the following:


Quality management is rooted from your organisation’s vision and mission, reinforcing how your business can thrive once accredited.

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Policies and Procedures for Education and Training

Policies and procedures within a QMS are required for accreditation from the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) and the Council on Higher Education (CHE) in South Africa.

These are crucial for ensuring compliance and quality assurance. Here’s a streamlined approach:

1. Accreditation Preparation Policy:

Detailed steps for obtaining QCTO and CHE accreditation, outlining timelines, responsibilities, and documentation requirements.

2. Curriculum Development Procedure:

Define the process for designing curricula aligned with QCTO and CHE standards, incorporating industry relevance and learner-centered approaches.

3. Assessment Policy:

Establish guidelines for fair, valid, and reliable assessment methods, ensuring they meet QCTO and CHE assessment criteria.

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4. Resource Management Procedure:

Specify protocols for managing physical and human resources, including facilities, equipment, and qualified personnel, to support effective training delivery.

5. Learner Support Policy:

Outline measures for providing comprehensive support services, such as counselling, academic guidance, and accommodation arrangements, to enhance learner success.

6. Quality Assurance Procedure:

Detail mechanisms for ongoing evaluation, review, and improvement of training programs and services, aligning with QCTO and CHE quality assurance standards.

7. Stakeholder Engagement Policy:

Define strategies for engaging with industry partners, learners, parents, and other stakeholders to solicit feedback and foster collaboration in program enhancement.

8. Compliance Monitoring Procedure:

Specify protocols for monitoring regulatory compliance, including record-keeping, reporting, and audits, to maintain accreditation eligibility.

9. Continuous Professional Development Policy:

Establish requirements for staff development and training to ensure ongoing competency and compliance with evolving QCTO and CHE standards.

10. Emergency Response Procedure:

Outline protocols for managing emergencies and crises to safeguard the well-being of learners, staff, and visitors.

By adhering to these policies and procedures within a robust QMS, the training organization can streamline accreditation processes, uphold quality standards, and ultimately enhance its reputation and effectiveness in the South African education landscape.

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