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 intervention for a Skills Programme includes 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
  • The learner or employee

We look forward to hearing from you and providing meaningful and beneficial solutions to your training requirements. Please fill out the form below to receive our Digital Skills Programme Training Brochure!

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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 intervention for a skills programme includes 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
  • The learner or employee

We look forward to hearing from you and providing meaningful and beneficial solutions to your training requirements. Please fill out the form below to receive our Digital Skills Programme Training Brochure!

Please enter your name.
Please enter a message.