Skills Programmes
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What is a Skills Programme?

A Skills Programme is an occupation-based learning programme aimed at building skills that have economic value, and which incorporates at least one-unit standard. Skills Programmes are registered by a SETA and delivered by an accredited training provider and leads to a qualification registered on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF). The benefits of Skills Programmes include:

  • Improved skills and employability
  • Economical in terms of time and resources
  • Addresses critical skills needs of business and industry sectors
  • Allows for the development of specific competencies in identified areas

The training programme for a Skills Programme must include a workplace component and therefore Skills programmes are ideal for individuals already in employment or that have been employed before. The accumulation of credit-bearing Skills Programmes may lead to or contribute towards a full qualification.

Skills Programmes involve three main parties:

  • The Business/Employer, who can also sponsor the Skills Programme
  • The Training Provider, Facilitator of the programme
  • The learner or employee
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What is a Skills Programme?

A Skills Programme is an occupation-based learning programme aimed at building skills that have economic value, and which incorporates at least one-unit standard. Skills Programmes are registered by a SETA and delivered by an accredited training provider and leads to a qualification registered on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF). The benefits of Skills Programmes include:

  • Improved skills and employability
  • Economical in terms of time and resources
  • Addresses critical skills needs of business and industry sectors
  • Allows for the development of specific competencies in identified areas

The training programme for a Skills Programme must include a workplace component and therefore Skills programmes are ideal for individuals already in employment or that have been employed before. The accumulation of credit-bearing Skills Programmes may lead to or contribute towards a full qualification.

Skills Programmes involve three main parties:

  • The Business/Employer, who can also sponsor the Skills Programme
  • The Training Provider, Facilitator of the programme
  • The learner or employee
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Request your Skills Programme Digital Brochure Today!

Please enter your name.
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