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BEGINNERS: SETA Accreditation, SDF and Grants explained – Workshop Durban R50 morning 23rd of March 16

SETA Accreditation and Skills Development

Workshop for Beginners!

* * Anyone is welcome – bookings essential for catering purposes **

DURBAN ONLY  – R50 p/person – 4 hours!

(8am to 12am 23rd of March 16)

* * * Topics to be covered * * *

1. We Will Explain:

  • Accreditation: the different types, their characteristics and how to get accredited.
  • How to lodge a complaint against a SETA, process or person.

2. And Discuss Answers To These Frequently Asked Questions:

  • What are scarce and critical skills?
  • Where does one find details or processes to apply for funding from a SETA?
  • What are the benefits of participating in SETA projects like WSP and ATR?
  • Why a qualified Skills Development Facilitator?

The workshop is open for anyone who’d like to learn more about TRAINYOUCAN, Accreditation and Skills Development practices.

Ideal for those currently acting as a Skills Development Facilitator or in any related Training or Human Resource positions who have not completed any training-related courses in the past.

Join us for a cup of Coffee & Muffin @The Venue in Westville (Durban – Varsity College) on the 23rd of March 2016.

  • Cost: R50 per person. 
  • Venue:  The Venue. (Next to Varsity College in Westville)      
  • Time: 8am to 12am
  • Date: 23rd March 16
  • Speaker: Ezra Steenkamp
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Accreditation explained – VIDEO on YOUTUBE

Basically there are three different types of accreditation.

-Become and accredited trainer with a NQF 5 or higher certificate, or do the unit standard 117871
-Become an accredited Assessor, by doing the only unit standard through the ETDP SETA 115753
-Become an accredited Moderator, by doing the only unit standard through the ETDP SETA 115759

-The actual programme must be designed according to Unit Standards (found on SAQA website).
-The programme must be submitted to the relevant SETA for approval – letter of approval is only valid for 3 years.
So the programme carries its own accreditation letter.

In order to become and Accredited Training Provider through any of the SETA’s, you need the following.

-Accredited Trainers (only required by some SETA’s)
-Accredited Assessors
-Accredited Moderators
-At least one accredited Programme
-QMS (Set of policy documents and procedures)
-Venue, offices and resources.