According to the ruling party’s Naledi Pandor, the NEC for Education and Health in an article on News 24 on the 14th of May 2017; focus on opening training colleges for budding farmers, nurses and teachers is desperately needed.
So your accreditation has been awarded and you’ve finally unlocked your oyster to the business world! You busy yourself finding and securing accredited facilities, the ink has dried on your approved training material and your assessors and moderators are Continue reading →
We’re constantly looking for new ways of raising the service level bar; this largely encompasses new operations within our business which have a knock-on effect to assist our clients in taking their businesses to new heights.
Earlier this month, we informed our clients of the legislation change where every Private Training Provider is required by law to be registered with the DHET by the 30th June 2017. This is an uncomplicated but, time intensive process and Continue reading →
Over the years I’ve encountered very few people who salivate at the thought of admin. Let’s be honest, there are a million things we’d all prefer to be obliged to do before we sink our teeth into time consuming administrative Continue reading →
You might have heard murmurings in January of possible legislation changes involving Private Training Providers and the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET). There were utterances, however nothing was conclusive of exactly what it all entailed Continue reading →
Who doesn’t like the idea of growing their career by investing in their learning?! And, who doesn’t like some financial assistance at the same time! The Services Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) is a public organisation, formed to encourage Continue reading →
JTandA highly recommend all training providers join ASDSA in order to keep up to date with important industry news and how it affects your business! Please make time to attend this vital workshop tomorrow 3 March – more below…
Looking at the proverbial glass, so many people – especially after the SONA address last week look at the glass as half empty. We however prefer to remain optimistic given how many fabulous opportunities currently exist which we are aware Continue reading →