Delegates are continually assessed within the classroom environment and given regular feedback during programme rollout. Trainers, together with other delegates in the group, provide constructive input and assessments are based on practical exercises. Delegates are assessed on aspects of the programme that are key to developing effective business skills. Assessment methods include role- plays and [...]
Delegates will receive support and guidance throughout the training and learning experience. They will be assisted with theory but also in understanding, confronting and resolving individual problems and difficulties. In addition, we give advice and assist with personal development choices. Siyanqoba ensures that the needs of individual delegates are identified, personal goals are set, progress [...]
If you have more than two years’ experience, you can complete a full qualifications in five to 15 days. The sessions cover gap-training of the concepts and principles relating to specific topics and outcomes in each qualification. The training/contact sessions facilitate understanding of the evidence collected for a Portfolio of Evidence. Our qualified facilitators guide [...]
This approach is wholly dependent on the delegates collecting sufficient relevant, and valid evidence to meet the outcomes of the qualification. Contact Sessions are conducted with the sole purpose of evaluating and reviewing the evidence collected by the learners.
This approach integrates training and Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) through a Gap Analysis of the delegates’ acquired skills. Training is then only delivered as required, and the evidence collected will be as per the RPL assessment outline and guide.
With this approach you need to plan fr sufficient Notional Hours within the classroom, in the workplace and in self-study. During the hours in the classroom a facilitator will cover the theoretical components of the qualification. The delegate will then practically apply these skills in stipulated minimum hours in the workplace. During self-study hours delegates [...]
Simply put, a learnership is a work-based learning programme and yes, most learnerships are paid. Unlike an internship which involves an agreement between an employer or company and the intern, a learnership contract involves an employer, the learner, and a training provider.
Learnerships are available for young people who have completed school, college or learning at other training institutions. You must be older than 16 and younger than 35 to be eligible for a learnership.
Skills development through learnerships is an imperative for B-BBEE score levels and therefore highly beneficial for South African organisations. Learnerships are an effective strategy to ensure businesses are empowered by a relevant skills base over the long term.
There are great benefits for you or your employees taking up a Learnership; everyone benefits from this great way to develop relevant, high quality skills for the future. Benefits to employers: Relevance of training to business needs: Learnerships are developed by the industry for the industry, in consultation with all relevant stakeholders, so the learning [...]