The continuing development of skills and knowledge throughout life is valuable to both individuals and businesses, and essential for our continued economic well-being. Governments across the world are realising that it is not enough to increase the number of formal educational institutes, but that even highly skilled professionals need work structures which allow them to continue developing their skills and knowledge.
An organisation may select any person in the company to act as Skills Development Facilitator (SDF).
- Understanding the required processes, rules and regulations to become an effective Skills Development Facilitator
- Understanding the SDA and the Skills Development Levies Act No 9 of 1999
- Developing the systems and processes required to plan and manage skills development within the organisation
- Workplace requirements of the Skills Development Act and Skills Development Levies Act
- Practical information about the Workplace Skills Plan, Annual Training Report, Levies and Grants
- Introduction to the latest changes in legislation