FAQ’s Southern Africa Corporate Training
It can be difficult to arrange and find the best SETA accredited corporate training company or training provider in Southern Africa and here are some frequently asked questions and Southern Africa training
- What are the requirements for onsite training?
- The minimum number of delegates attending course simultaneously is usually six, however, we can discuss this and find amicable resolutions
- The delegates will require a venue, boardroom, or similar to received the training
- If for example, Excel is to be trained, they require computers with the software loaded.
- We do offer laptop rentals
- A large TV or projector should be available. Projector hire is available.
- A Flipboard and pens are recommended.
- Do we need to provide lunch for the facilitator?
- It is not a requirement but gratefully be accepted. Please notify us in advance. you can provide for your employees if it is company policy to do so.
- What are the training times?
- Generally 09h00 to 15h30, however, we are flexible and will try to accommodate your work scheduling
- Will you provide private one on one training?
- We do for many especially senior employees and we are flexible and fit in with their busy work schedules. T&C’S apply.
- Is onsite training more expensive the onsite training?
- Not always as we pass on the savings for not paying for the venue hire, meals and refreshments cost.
- Flight, car hire, travel, and accommodation costs can be applicable.
- Do you offer weekend training?
- We try to accommodate your requests and Saturday training starts and ends earlier with short breaks, no lunch so that everyone has some family time. 08h00 – 13h00
- Do you train in English?
- All of our courses are presented and the material are in English. We assist Afrikaans speaking delegates.
- Other Languages we will do our best with prior knowledge.
- We have even hired a Sign Language Interpreter for Deaf and Dumb People to assist one of our classes.
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FAQ’s Corporate Offsite Training
- What are the costs involved for offsite training?
- Subject to your requirements and venue grading, meal requirements, tea, and related refreshments a budget venue will cost between R 400 and R 600 per delegate, including the facilitator/s per day. The costs can be higher for example in Sandton, Umhlanga, or Somerset West.
- Do you charge travel expenses for onsite training?
- This depends on where the training is to take place and does the facilitator/s requires accommodation and living out expenses.
- Travelling, flight, and toll fees can be raised.
- Is offsite training more expensive the onsite training?
- Generally, it is more expenses, as the venue hire, meals and refreshments cost have to be covered.
FAQ’s Southern Africa Corporate Virtual Training
- What are the requirements?
- A stable internet connection
- The delegates require a computer with the required software loaded.
- To save on the internet usage they can view the training via a TV screen.
- What happens if there is load shedding?
- The training schedule will be juggled around the load shedding times.
- In extreme circumstances, the training will be rescheduled.
- May we ask questions?
- We encourage questions and we ask as well to ensure that the delegates understand the topics and features
FAQ’s Southern Africa Corporate Training What do We Get?
- Onsite training and at a venue receive a printed manual and exercises for the training.
- Virtual training the delegates receive a pdf manual and the exercises for the training
- We went Green years ago and issue electronic attendance certificates.
- If printed certificates are required they will be provided for a fee.
- After training
- College Africa Group will provide three months of free email support on the material training
- Free subscription to our fortnightly tips newsletter
- Will you use our actual work documents in the training?
- We are prepared to provide we have prior sight of the data and complexity of the documents.
- We will sign a non-disclosure agreement
- Do you offer consultancy services?
- We do as we have many years experience in business besides almost 20 years n the Training and Development Industry.
- Do you offer Automation services?
- This is one of our specialties, our VBA Microsft MVP is a master at providing automation solutions.
FAQ’s Southern Africa Corporate Accredited Training
What Is The Corporate Accredited Training Process
- Complete learner information form on the first day of training.
- Assessment plan interview, prior to commencing training, on the first day of training.
- Attend the course.
- Assignments, practical on-the-job experience. Homework to prove competence.
- Witness statement
- Personal narrative
- Submit Proof of evidence (POE).
- Assessors report.
- Learner assessment review.
- Moderators report.
- Submission to SETA.
- Statement with credits earned will be issued by SETA. MICT & SERVICES SETA issues a statement of credits if the delegate is found competent.
Item 4, the delegates have to practice the new skills in the workplace which will be witnessed and reported by a superior. Provided that there is sufficient time, we will attempt to do this during the training so as to facilitate the correct outcome. Failing which, the employees will have to complete the assignments/POE, training in their own time, after the training has been completed.
What are Unit Standards?
Unit standards are the building blocks of a qualification. A unit standard describes the learning outcomes to be achieved by the learner, as well as the assessment criteria against which the student’s performance will be judged. These unit standards are the minimum levels of competency as agreed by an entire industry.
National Qualifications Framework (NQF) qualifications and unit standards
The National Qualifications Framework (NQF) is the system that records the credits assigned to each level of learning achievement in a formal way to ensure that the skills and knowledge that have been learned are recognised throughout the country.
The NQF is a set of principles and guidelines by which records of learner achievement are registered to enable national recognition of acquired skills and knowledge, thereby ensuring an integrated system that encourages life-long learning.
The objectives of the NQF are to: Graduation
to apply a single integrated national framework for learning achievements,
facilitate access to, and mobility and progression within, education, training and career paths,
enhance the quality of education and training, and
accelerate the redress of past unfair discrimination in education, training and employment opportunities.
These objectives are designed to contribute to the full personal development of each learner and the social and economic development of the nation at large.
You can search the SAQA qualifications database to find out what qualifications are available for each level, how many credits they are worth, and which service providers offer this training.
Unit standards are also registered at specific levels of the NQF. The progression to the next level has to be in sequence and you have to achieve one level to move over to the next level. You can accumulate credits for successfully completing unit standards towards a qualification.
Some qualifications are made of unit standards while others are based on modules. There are qualification rules for each qualification that specify the combination of unit standards and/or modules and their credits.
There are different credit values for the 3 different components (fundamental, core and elective).
There are unit standards to the value of 25 credits in the fundamental component. All the fundamental unit standards are compulsory.
Unit standards to the value of 91 credits have been included in this component. All the unit standards in the core component are compulsory.
The learner must choose elective unit standards totaling 22 credits from this component related to the business/ computer/ information technology field in which they operate.
The NQF is a single integrated system which comprises of 3 co-ordinated qualifications sub-frameworks, including the:
General and Further Education and Training Sub-Framework (GFETQSF),
Higher Education Qualifications Sub-Framework (HEQSF), and
Occupational Qualifications Sub-Framework (OQSF).
The sub-frameworks have qualifications registered at the following NQF levels:
GFETQSF – levels 1 to 4;
HEQSF – levels 5 to 10;
OQSF – levels 1 to 6. For NQF levels 7 and 8 the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations can motivate for qualification only in collaboration with a recognised professional body and the Council on Higher Education, in a process coordinated by SAQA.
There are 3 Quality Councils (QCs), namely:
Quality Council for Trades & Occupations (QCTO), and
Council on Higher Education South Africa (CHE).
You can search the SAQA unit standards database to find out more about unit standards.
Unit standards are shorter courses. They may take up to a day, a month or maybe even 3 months. For every credit you achieve in a unit standard, it is equivalent to 10 hours of learning.
Unit standards are registered on the NQF and qualifications are registered on the NQF and some qualifications are based on unit standards.
Subject to SAQA approval, a qualification can be registered on the NQF at a specific level.
Qualifications and part qualifications for registration on the NQF must:
a.) be recommended and submitted to SAQA for registration by a Quality Council (QC),
b.) comply with the criteria for registration,
c.) be written in English, and
d.) meet the criteria as laid down by the sub-framework for the qualification/part qualification type.
A certain number of credits are allocated to the successful completion of a registered qualification. If there are 120 credits in the qualification, you’ll have to complete the modules and courses in order to obtain the 120 credits.
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FAQ’s Southern Africa Corporate Training Locations
We train almost any location in Southern Africa. More at the aforementioned link.
We train onsite at mines, vineyards and manufacturing plants, We have been almost everywhere.
What Southern Africa Corporate Training Venues Are Hired?
College Africa Group is a company that trains in Southern Africa and provides professional and bespoke business Africa training centre courses, seminars in all these areas onsite, virtually or at venues like hotels such as Bantry Bay Suite Hotel or The President Hotel, Radisson Blu Hotel Sandton subject to your budget at Africa training centre prices. T&C applies.
FAQ’s Southern Africa Corporate Training What Courses Are Offered?
We have numerous, actually, 100’s of courses and some of the popular ones are;
- Leadership for Women
- Team building
- Minute Taking and meeting protocol
- Basic computing
- Project Management essentials theory
- Touch typing and keyboarding
- Finance for Non-Finance
- HR for Non-HR
- Programs in communication skills employment
- New Colour Accounting creative for non – Financial employees.
- To see the full library select this link.
We have trained thousands of people over almost two decades and we still have some of our original clients!!! We cherish our special relationships. As we are an extension of their organisations and their preferred training company in Southern Africa.
So if you need onsite, virtual or venue-based bespoke seminars in the surrounding countries, greater metropolitan areas or some of the well-known suburbs in Southern Africa contact College Africa Group a South African SETA accredited training provider.
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