Upcoming Legislation Amendments that will shape the South African Human Capital and Skills Development Climate

This seminar is specially curated to provide everything you need to know about upcoming amendments in skills development legislation and their potential effects

R3675,00

Main Agreement Negotiations 2024 – What to expect

The Main Agreement Wage and Conditions of Employment Negotiations have commenced!

What can we expect?

R395,00

Code of Good Practice on the Prevention and Elimination of Harassment in the workplace

REASONS TO ATTEND

Are you sure you are compliant with the Code of Good Practice on the Prevention and Elimination of Harassment in the Workplace? If not this workshop will clearly outline the requirements to ensure compliance.

R2320,00

HR Business Partner Series

Programmes that together aim to capacitate and empower current HR Practitioners to understand the key elements of a value adding EVP

R1375,00

Main Agreement Negotiation update and Strike Management and Preparation

The workshop will cover the Main Agreement Negotiation update and Strike Management and Preparation.

R2320,00R2735,00

Hazardous Chemicals Substances

It is assumed that learners can read, write and communicate in one of the official languages at NQF Level 1. Unit Standard ID 115093

R713,00

Health and Safety Rep

The purpose of this training is to empower and familiarize the learner to fulfil the duties of a Health a Safety Representative.

R794,00

Emergency Preparedness and Response

The purpose of this training is to familiarise you with first aid that is used in our daily lives, and in your working environment.

R679,00

Occupational Health and Safety Act

The purpose of this training is to familiarise you with the Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993.

R621,00

Health and Safety Induction

Learning assumed to be in place It is assumed that learners can read, write and communicate in one of the official languages at NQF Level 1. Unit Standard ID 13223

R621,00

Safety for Supervisors

Empower the learner as a health and safety supervisor to implement and maintain a good health and safety culture within his workforce. Educating employees about health and safety.

R910,00

Working at Heights

The purpose of this training is to familiarize you with the basics of working at heights, on the construction site and in the workplace.

R863,00

Stacking and Storing

It is assumed that learners can read, write and communicate in one of the official languages at NQF Level 1. Align to Unit Standard ID 8139

R713,00

Scaffold Inspector

It is assumed that learners can read, write and communicate in one of the official languages at NQF Level 1. Align to Unit Standard 263205

R794,00

HIRA

The purpose of this training is to familiarize you with the basics of fire training, on the construction site in the workplace.

R679,00

First-Aid Level 2

The purpose of this training is to familiarize you with first aid that is used in our daily lives, and in your working environment.

R1323,00

Scaffold Erector

It is assumed that learners can read, write and communicate in one of the official languages at NQF Level 1. Unit Standard ID 9672

R736,00

Personal Protective Equipment

It is assumed that learners can read, write and communicate in one of the official languages at NQF Level 1. Align to Unit Standard ID 259639

R621,00

Transformation Committee Training

This course encapsulates the fundamentals of BBBEE transformation within the workplace, with a particular focus on Employment Equity and its underlying philosophy.

Initiating and Chairing Disciplinary Hearings

This training will provide guidelines for chairing disciplinary hearings, the role of all participants, procedural and substantive fairness, admissible evidence, and making a fair verdict on the basis of a balance of probabilities, and a fair penalty.

R3675,00

First-Aid Level 1

The purpose of this training is to familiarize you with first aid that is used in our daily lives, and in your working environment.

R828,00

Legal Liability

It is assumed that learners can read, write and communicate in one of the official languages at NQF Level 1. Unit Standard ID 242668

R621,00

Incident Investigation

It is assumed that learners can read, write and communicate in one of the official languages at NQF Level 1. Unit Standard ID 117391

R713,00

Talent Management & Succession planning

The succession planning process identifies and prepares talented employees to step into key positions and leadership roles and ensures that they have the skills, experience and knowledge to meet changing work requirements.

R3120,00

Basic Fire Fighting

It is assumed that learners can read, write and communicate in one of the official languages at NQF Level 1. Unit Standard ID 12484 & 252250

R679,00

Supervisory Management | SAQA ID US50334

This unit standard explores the role of the team leader in ensuring that the team meets organisational or required standards.

R8345,00

Facilitator – Facilitate learning using a variety of given methodologies | SAQA ID | 117871 | NQF Level | 5 | Credits | 10

A facilitator is someone who is skilled at helping everyone in a group to express their leadership qualities.
To facilitate effectively, you must be objective.
R9745,00

Assessor- Conduct outcomes-based assessment | SAQA ID | 115753 | NQF Level | 5 | Credits | 15

This generic assessor unit standard is for those who assess people for their achievement of learning outcomes in terms of specified criteria using pre-designed assessment instruments.
R9745,00

MODERATOR: Conduct moderation of outcomes-based assessments | SAQA ID | 115759 | NQF Level | 6 | Credits | 10

This generic unit standard is for people who conduct internal or external moderation of outcomes-based assessments. The assessments could be in terms of outcomes defined in a number of documents, including but not limited to unit standards, exit level outcomes, assessment standards, curriculum statements, and qualifications.
R9745,00

Skills Development Facilitator Training | SAQA ID’s US15217, US15218, US15221, US15227, US252041, US15232

The Skills Development Facilitator training will equip learners with the required knowledge and skills to identify training needs, draw up Workplace Skills Plans (WSP) and Annual Training Reports (ATR) and implement Quality Management Systems (QMS) in an organization.

R13950,00

Theory and Calculation of Contract Price Adjustment

The interest in price indices as well as their importance has grown rapidly over the past couple of decades. A sound practical knowledge of these indices has therefore become essential for businesses in the tender and contracts environment.

R3120,00R3675,00

Grading Masterclass

Unpacking the technical schedule of the Main Agreement and gaining insight into how to apply the schedules to your organization and ensure that employees are graded and paid.
R2320,00R3675,00

The Main Agreement – Wages and Conditions of Employment     

The workshop will cover the industry collective bargaining structure and process, the purpose and scope of the Main Agreement, wage increases and minimum rates of pay, they key conditions of employment and various employment relationships

R2320,00

Employment Equity Committee Training

This course gives a thorough understanding of the Employment Equity legislation and process, and gives members of the Employment Equity committee all the necessary practical tools to work together constructively towards developing a sound consultation process within the business.

 

R3120,00R3675,00

Managing Misconduct in the Workplace

The training will take an in-depth look at the main areas of misconduct in the workplace, such as absenteeism, timekeeping, refusal/failure to carry out instructions, poor performance, incapacity amongst others and how to manage, correct and discipline, when dealing with these issues.

R3675,00

Implementing retrenchments, short-time and lay-offs correctly

The tough post-COVID lock-down economic conditions and now excessive load-shedding have forced many companies to rethink how they do business, with many being forced to consider retrenchments, restructuring, lay-offs and short time. The workshop will give clear guidance on how to implement these correctly and avoid the pitfalls.

R2735,00

Skills Development Committee Training

Participants will gain valuable insights on how workplace forums work and the roles of the committee members.

R3120,00R3675,00

Managing absenteeism, sick leave and general leave – Including, annual, paternity and family responsibility leave

In this training, we look at identifying and managing disruptive absenteeism in the workplace while delving into what constitutes authorised versus unauthorised absenteeism and the use of various types of leave and sick leave in the workplace.

R2320,00

Managing Intoxication in the Workplace – Alcohol and Cannabis/Marijuana    

How does one manage substance abuse, whether alcohol or marijuana in the workplace, taking into consideration that the personal use of marijuana at home is no longer a criminal offence? Likewise, with alcohol use, the workshop will cover key areas of how best to deal with intoxication, substance abuse and drunkenness taking into consideration fair discipline and health and safety.

R2735,00

WSP The Intricacies of Workplace Skills Report Submissions

The workplace skills plan (WSP) and annual training report (ATR) form part of skills development, which a priority pillar on the broad-based black economic empowerment scorecard.

R3120,00R3675,00