Purchasing Shelf training material

Purchasing Shelf training material:
Be careful – I have come across a lot of substandard shelf material. Training material packs should be 100% aligned to SAQA requirements. Don’t buy anything without viewing a sample of each document that the SETA require you to present.

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Quality Management

Quality Management System:
“Your promise to the SETA on how you are going to fulfil your obligations during your accreditation period”.

The backbone of any Training Provider is their Quality Management System.  This should not just be a document that you quickly scan, print and submit to the SETA and never look at it again.  Your QMS has all your Policies and Procedures in and is a promise to the SETA how you are going to run your company when you are accredited. To name one important policies – your Assessment and Moderation Policies are your guidelines as to how you are going to roll out your training and what procedures you are going to follow during your assessments and moderations.

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Learner Uploads

9/10 training providers that do uploads do them incorrectly.

Before you start training, you need to advise the SETA on the learners you have registered for a learning programme.  Either this is electronic or manual (excel spreadsheet).  The upload process involves you putting all your learner information on.

Listen to Jeanine Topping talking about Learner Uploads.


Sanda Skills – An Accreditation Success

Sanda Skills Development is one of our major success stories.

Sanda Skills found it difficult to find business since its formation in 2011, as they were a small company conducting non-accredited courses, which in turn had made business slow in terms of their turnover and monthly income.

In March 2015 they received their accreditation for the 5 Skills programme through JT&A, with one of them being Team leader, causing a life changing experience for their company. Ever since their accreditation with SSETA through JT&A, their turnover has increased by 20%.

Apart from being accredited they also never had a business plan and QMS in place with a lack of support systems. After they acquired the QMS from working with JT&A all of their systems, policies and procedures have been strengthened, further improving their internal capacity.

Now Sanda Skills finds it far easier to apply for any other training opportunities, with no doubt they will get chosen to run training. JT&A has additionally assisted all of their facilitators and they are now have registered constituent assessors, as well as two constituent moderators. This has allowed Sanda Skills to cut expenses through reducing freelancer spend, with everything now done in-house.

JT&A is glad to have helped this black female owned small company with such a turnaround in just the space of a year. We are expecting to assist them with train more team leaders in the next few months and we are looking forward to working with the team to help them achieve their business goals.