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Skills development is one of the easiest ways to boost you score. In essence the new codes demand a far greater investment in skills development with emphasing on accredited training and Learnerships. Join us in this mini-training to discuss how to maximize your score on this priority element.

 

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Skills development is one of the easiest ways to boost you score. In essence the new codes demand a far greater investment in skills development with emphasing on accredited training and Learnerships. Join us in this mini-training to discuss how to maximize your score on this priority element.

Duration

1 day

Time

09:00 – 15:30

Facilitator

Derrick Thalaivirsan

Derrick is a seasoned professional with over 20 years of experience in all aspects of the HR field. During his tenure at various large multi-national organisations he has facilitated the definition of strategic objectives and well as the cascading of these objectives into functional/operational plans and individual goals. His role also entailed the establishment, implementation and validation enterprise-wide performance management systems.

In the broader training sphere, Derrick has championed holistic succession, development and training functions. In terms of Employment Equity, Derrick played a critical role in establishing, coordinating and training of EE committees.

Derrick holds a National Diploma in HR Management and has successfully completed post-grad programmes in Advanced Labour Law and Labour Dispute Resolution at UNISA and Wits University.

This course is being facilitated in partnership with HR Support Services (HRSS)

Enquiries

Tel: 011 298 9400
Email: sales@seifsa.co.za

Additional information
Location

Online Webinar, SEIFSA 42 Anderson Street Marshalltown 6th Floor

Date

17 May 2022, 24 May 2022, 12 July 2022, 13 September 2022

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