everything starts with a dream

Everything Starts with A Dream

Your dreams are your realities in waiting and right now, you are planting the seeds of your future. Daily we receive enquiries from dreamers who are not only solely inspired to become Accredited SDPs (Skills Development Providers) but who also have a priceless passion to pass on their skills and knowledge through training that is recognized throughout South Africa. Quality SETA (Sector Education and Training Authority) Accredited training gives SDPs (Skills Development Providers) the opportunity to develop status and credibility in an industry that is crying out for businesses that can be trusted to deliver on their promises.

As part of jt&a’s onboarding process, we ask potential SDPs (Skills Development Providers) two fundamental questions:

  1. What do you want to become Accredited for?
  2. Why do you want to become Accredited?

We ask these two meaningful questions to get insight into your dreams as well as to guide potential SDPs (Skills Development Providers) to make the best decisions to ensure the success of their training divisions. We are often pivotal in finding opportunities in dreams.

A recent study focussing on the future of work reports that the below 10 job skills will be in high demand:

  1. Data Literacy
  2. Critical Thinking
  3. Tech Savviness
  4. Adaptability and Flexibility
  5. Creativity and Innovation
  6. Emotional Intelligence (EQ)
  7. Cultural Intelligence and Diversity
  8. Leadership Skills
  9. Judgement and Complex Decision Making
  10. Collaboration

We are by no means suggesting that every potential SDP (Skills Development Provider) now rush out to become Accredited for the above skills, but rather to ensure your success as an SDP (Skills Development Provider), it would be influential to consider which skills you are able to contribute to the development of. At jt&a, we are firm believers in the saying, “Allow your passion to become your purpose, and it will one day become your profession”.

With the unemployment rate in South Africa at 29% in 2019, becoming SETA (Sector Education and Training Authority) Accredited will present you with opportunities to work within the parameters of yours dreams whilst still contributing to employability, improved job performance and possible job  promotions.

Sounds like a successful win/win situation to us…

Need advice and practical assistance with obtaining or extending your Accreditation? Contact us today!