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Health and Safety Training Courses

Health and Safety Training Courses Safety Representatives, Employees identified to become nominated Safety Representatives, General Staff who want to gain general knowledge of their company’s Occupational Health and Safety Management System pertaining to SHE Representatives This course ensures efficiency and understanding of duties and obligations for this position. Attendees will have a greater understanding of SHE requirements and responsibilities according to the OHS Act. Implementing and monitoring various legislative procedures that promote and manage SHE related incidents, is also taught. Attendees will learn skills to identify health and safety issues,…

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What should be included in a training plan

A comprehensive training plan should be well-structured and tailored to the specific needs and objectives of the training program or initiative. Here are the key components that should be included in a training plan: 1. **Introduction and Overview:** – Briefly explain the purpose and objectives of the training. – Provide an overview of what participants can expect to learn and achieve. 2. **Training Goals and Objectives:** – Clearly define the specific goals and learning outcomes of the training. – Ensure that the objectives are measurable and achievable. 3. **Target Audience:**…

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What is the purpose of the key QCTO Policies in South Africa.

As of my last update in September 2021, the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) is a South African government entity responsible for overseeing the design, implementation, and management of occupational qualifications within the National Qualifications Framework (NQF). The key QCTO policies serve several essential purposes in South Africa: 1. **Quality Assurance**: The QCTO policies ensure that the development and implementation of occupational qualifications meet specific quality standards. These policies help maintain the credibility and relevance of qualifications, ensuring that they are fit for purpose and align with industry…

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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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What is the SDF course

What Is The Role Of An SDF? SDFs shave many functions within the skills and development space; these include: Assisting employers and employees in developing their workplace skills plan (WSP) Submitting the WSP to the relevant SETA Advising an employer on the implementation of their WSP. Guiding the employer on how to implement the WSP. Helping the employer to draft an annual training report on the WSP. Advising on the quality assurance requirements set out by the SETA. Acting as a contact person/liaison between the employer and the relevant SETA.…

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SDF in South Africa

All Companies/Organizations that have a wage bill (inclusive directors drawings) in excess of R500 000 per annum, must pay 1% of this wage bill as a training Levy (SDL). In order to get some of this money back, they need to have an qualified SDF – Skills Development Facilitator (either internal or external) to advice/assist them with various processes. What is the purpose of a Workplace Skills Plan (WSP)?  The Workplace Skills Plan serves to structure the type and amount of training for the year ahead, and is based on…

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What resources may a person require for a learning intervention

A person may require various resources to facilitate a learning intervention effectively. These resources can vary depending on the nature of the intervention and the specific learning objectives. Here are some common resources that may be needed: 1. **Training Materials:** This includes all the necessary materials and resources used during the training, such as handouts, workbooks, manuals, guides, and reference materials. 2. **Audiovisual Aids:** These aids can enhance the learning experience and include tools such as projectors, screens, whiteboards, flip charts, and audio systems. 3. **Training Technology:** Depending on the…

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What is the purpose of the Skills Development Act?

What is the purpose of the Skills Development Act? The short supply of skilled staff is a serious obstacle to the competitiveness of industry in South Africa. The Skills Development Act of 1998 aims to: Develop skills for the South African work force; Increase investment in education and training, and improve return on investments in those areas Encourage employers to promote skills development by using the workplace as an active learning environment; Encourage workers to participate in learnership and other training programmes; Improve employment prospects by redressing previous disadvantages through…

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Facilitator Course South Africa

We are passionate about bringing out the very best in your people so that they can deliver long lasting improvements in your business. Effective Facilitator Course skills are a highly desirable attribute for individuals who wish to manage meetings and planning sessions for more timely and productive outcomes. Facilitator Course is more than just setting a meeting time. It requires skills in presentation, negotiation, elaboration and communicating with stake holders. This Facilitator Course teaches you practical techniques like choosing a facilitated approach, encouraging participation and gathering information, addressing disruptions, using…

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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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