(THE ACTUAL POINT BY POINT INSTRUCTION GUIDE THAT, IF FOLLOWED CORRECTLY WILL ENSURE THAT THE COMPANY RUNS CORRECTLY, PROFITABLY, ETHICALLY, IN A MANNER THAT HAS THE LEARNER’S INTERESTS AT HEART AND THAT COMPLIES WITH THE SETA THEREBY MAKING SURE THAT THE COMPANY GAINS, MAINTAINS AND, MORE IMPORTANTLY, RETAINS ACCREDITATION AS A PROVIDER OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING.)
POLICY AND PROCEDURE MANUAL
POLICY 3 – LEARNING PROGRAMME DEVELOPMENT, DELIVERY AND EVALUATION POLICY
A commitment that the company will comply with all the necessary learning programme development, delivery and evaluation criteria as set out by The South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) to ensure that the learners achieve the outcomes of the selected unit standard.
This can only be achieved my adhering to and meeting the following criteria:
- The training material meets the specific outcomes based criteria and is aligned with the National Qualification Framework (NQF)
- The learners are pre-assessed to ensure that they have an aptitude for the specific programme.
- The learners are presented with the training material in a safe and healthy environment that meets their specific needs and that is conducive to learning.
- The presentation, delivery and the evaluation of the training material as well as the evaluation of the learners is done according to the requirements of the relevant Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA).
POLICY 4: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT POLICY
The company commits to appointing competent and ethical persons to be responsible and accountable for the financial management of all funds and assets.
The Directors will ensure that the correct procedures are in place and implemented with regard to marketing, purchasing, assets, stock control, debtors and creditors. This includes all financial reports in accordance with the South African Revenue Services (SARS).
In doing so the ongoing well being of the company will be ensured as well as the quality of the service that the company provides.
POLICY 5: ADMINISTRATION AND COMMUNICATION POLICY
The company will implement a Management Information System (MIS) for the compiling and administration of accurate information pertaining to the learners as well as the company which will aid internal management as well as aid the external communication with SAQA and the relative ETQA.
Communication within the company is vital and it is essential that information is readily available to all relevant stakeholders in order to assist in planning and the implementation of change where needed.