SEMINAR: Levelling Up Your Skills Development
The seminar is intended to equip HR Managers, Skills Development Managers, Transformation Managers, Skills Development Forum or Committee members with critical updates in the ever more complicated field of skills development.
This seminar is structured as a toolkit, so that those who attend can constantly evaluate their programme and update and adjust critical components, thereby ensuring that their approach is always up-to-date and a model of best practice.
Skills Development as an element on the transformation scorecard require careful budgeting. Join us for the session to better understand how to optimize this budget for the best benefits to your organisation.
We have invited some of the foremost experts in this field to leads us in discussion and robust interaction.
PROGRAMME: 09h00 – 15h00 Human Capital and Skills Development Webinar
09h00 – 09h15 Welcome and Introduction – Sumaya Hoosen, Human Capital & Skills Development Executive: SEIFSA
- Topic 1 – B-BBEE Revised Code 300 The Skills Development Element – Mitishka Ramdhani: Mpowered
- Topic 2 – Skills Development and the BEE Toolkit – PETER ALING: Mpowered
- Topic 3 – Topic 5 – MerSETA 2020-2021 Reporting – CLO: merSETA
- Topic 4 – merSETA Grants Overview – CLO: merSETA
- Topic 5 – Model and Framework for a “Hub for Economic Active Participation” (HEAPs)- special purpose vehicles that integrate critical technical-vocational skills and entrepreneurship development for youth for active economic participation.” – Preggy Chetty: Thuthukisa
- Topic 6 – SEIFSA Training Centre – “Engineering and Artisanal Career Ladders” – Preggy Chetty: Thuthukisa
- Topic 7 – E-Learning & E- Assessments – Paulos Mahlangu – Thuthukisa: SEIFSA
15h00 Closure Sumaya Hoosen, Human Capital and Skills Development Executive.
Sumaya Hoosen is SEIFSA’s Human Capital and Skills Development Executive. She holds a Diploma in Training Management from Damelin College, an occupationally directed ETDP Certificate from DIONYSIS and a BCom degree in Industrial and Organisational Psychology from the University of South Africa.
Tel: 011 298 9400