“THE sectoral Skills Education and Training Centres (Setas) have not earned themselves glorious reputations, but that does not mean the value of these outlets for accredited training should be ignored.
It has also provided Jeanine Topping, the owner of Jeanine Topping & Associates (JTandA), with a niche in the market as a businesswoman that provides Seta accreditation for anyone wanting to provide training and education and recoup the government skills development levy for their efforts.
Topping was originally contracted to the Services Seta as an auditor and verifier and has combined her passion and more than 10 years experience in the field to assist companies with the Seta accreditation process, promising a “stress free and guaranteed” accreditation path.
She founded the company in May 2010 and has helped more than 140 national training providers with their accreditations within the 21 Setas…”
Read more here: The Sunday Tribune