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Facilitator Training

What is a Facilitator Training? The facilitator’s job is to support everyone to do their best thinking. They create an environment where everyone is encouraged to participate, understand one another’s point of view and share responsibility. In doing so, a group Facilitator Training helps members look for elegant solutions and build sustainable agreements. Some groups have little need for this kind of help. For example, those whose meetings are largely information sharing, announcements and reports. Or groups who meet regularly for routine decisions about standard problems like scheduling. Those kinds…

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SETA Accredited Training Provide

Requirements to become a SETA Accredited Training Provider: The document Criteria and Guidelines to become a SETA Accredited Training Provider sets out the requirements for accreditation. The programmes (and/or assessments) offered by the education and training provider must culminate in unit standards and/or qualifications registered on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF). The curriculum (design, content and learning materials) is aligned to the unit standards and/or qualifications. There are suitably qualified staff (facilitators and registered assessors). The learners have access to adequate learning support services. The assessment methods and tools used to measure the requirements for the unit standard and/or qualification are fair, valid…

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Project managers are natural problem-solvers. They set the plan and guide teammates, and manage changes, risks, and stakeholders. Project Management has emerged in the business world as one of the most popular career fields in the twenty-first century. It encompasses and touches every facet and business unit of the organisation from human resources to finance and information technology. Having a project management qualification enables individuals to easily switch careers. The project management framework cuts across all disciplines while the tools and techniques required to manage projects remain the same. Some…

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What are the NQF levels in South Africa

What are the NQF levels in South Africa In South Africa, the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) is a system that organizes qualifications according to levels of knowledge and skills. There are ten levels in the NQF, each representing a particular level of complexity and depth of learning. Level 1 is the equivalent of Grade 9 and Level 10 is the highest level of qualification. The NQF levels are used to determine the level of education and training required for certain occupations and professions. It also helps to ensure that qualifications…

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How to select a Training Provider

First the fear of signing up with a “bogus” provider, then the fear of not getting the required support is probably something we all think of when booking for a course. Let’s face it: Training is expensive, and waiting for your money from the wrong provider or course could leave to devastating consciences, especially if you bargain on getting future employment. Below is some of our general guidelines when selecting a Training Provider. It always helps to do a bit of research. How to select a Training Provider: • Ask…

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Why outcome based education is so important

Outcome-based education (OBE) is an educational approach that focuses on defining and measuring the intended learning outcomes of students. Instead of solely concentrating on what content is taught, OBE emphasizes what students are expected to achieve and demonstrate as a result of their learning experience. There are several reasons why Outcome-based education is considered important: 1. Clarity of Goals: OBE provides clear and specific learning goals and objectives for each course or program. This clarity helps students, teachers, and administrators to understand what knowledge and skills students are expected to…

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What is the four management functions when it comes to learning and development

The four management functions related to learning and development are typically associated with the process of planning and executing effective training and educational initiatives within an organization. These functions are based on the broader management principles and are applied specifically to the realm of learning and development. The four management functions in this context are: 1. **Planning:** In the planning phase, the organization identifies its learning and development needs and sets specific goals and objectives. This involves conducting a thorough training needs analysis (TNA) to determine the skills and knowledge…

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Facilitator course online

Facilitator course online The Facilitator training course will help you better understand the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) and will help you take the first step in developing your skills and acquiring a variety of qualifications within the fields of Education Training and Development Practices. Online Learning Have you ever wondered what online education entails? In South Africa, online learning has become quite popular amongst the working class as it allows you to learn a new skill set and still work a nine to five job. Whatsmore, online learning is also accessible almost anywhere. All…

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How to Make an Evaluation Plan

How to Make an Evaluation Plan 1. Determine the evaluation purpose. An evaluation purpose explains why you are conducting an evaluation. To help shape your evaluation purpose, consider who will use the findings, how they will use them, and what they need to know. You might use training evaluation findings to: Develop a new training Improve an existing training Provide instructor feedback Determine if your training met the desired outcomes Make decisions about resource allocation 2. Develop the evaluation questions. Create evaluation questions that match your purpose. Evaluation questions are…

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Policy on Accreditation of Assessment Centres

Policy on Accreditation of Assessment Centres Verification The process managed by the relevant AQP for externally checking moderation processes and confirming or overturning moderation findings. Preamble The Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) was established in 2010 in terms of section 26G the Skills Development Act of 1998 as a juristic person. It was listed as a public entity in Government Gazette No 33900 of 31 December 2010 effective from 1 April 2010 to establish the sub-Framework for Trades and Occupations. The QCTO is responsible for the development, maintenance…

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