Wed, 08 Aug 2012When Louise Mensch resigned as MP she highlighted the ongoing inability of business to meet the needs of women in the workplace. It may have been called a man’s world but if companies don’t find a way to retain their female staff soon they will continue to lose out on an exceptional source of innovation and skill.
Wed, 08 Aug 2012Should you quit your job to raise your kids? Can you afford to? And if you don’t how will you balance family life with work responsibilities? These are some of the questions that working women across the globe must find the answers too. Three working women share their discoveries.
Wed, 08 Aug 2012To commemorate women’s month, the Mail & Guardian launched its annual Book of South African Women. The publication features women from all walks of life who have demonstrated initiative, drive and passion in their quest to make the country a better place.
Wed, 08 Aug 2012The new MEC for Economic Development in Gauteng shared with the media some of the initiatives the department was embarking on with the aim of creating decent jobs and building a growing inclusive economy.
Engineering and Artisan
Wed, 08 Aug 2012How would you define the term maintenance? Is it a synonym for “quick-fix” or is it a strategic function? A good understanding of maintenance practices results in employee safety and the ability to set workers up for success. This is necessary for economic progress and business profitability.
Engineering and Artisan
Wed, 08 Aug 2012Northlink College in collaboration with governmental departments aims to close the skills gap and empower people to become qualified artisans Through the DEDAT programme artisans will receive practical training designed to prepare them for the trade test.
Tue, 07 Aug 2012Senior executives could use a bit of up skilling to fully capitalise on growing complexities, especially in light of a recent independent study which reflected an increasingly demanding African business environment.
Wednesday, 8 August 2012An inspiring visual statement about the power and potential of women in developing countries. Bringing hope and change to women and girl's lives around the world is a proven means of fighting global poverty.
Wednesday, 8 August 2012Gauteng MEC for Education Barbara Creecy encouraged girls from various schools in the province to expand their career choices in the field of science."We want you to occupy the most senior positions in the field of science," said Creecy.
Project Management Training
Wed, 01 Aug 2012Projects are found in every area of business and industry so knowing how to manage them is an advantage for any senior executive. While every venture is unique there are some basic principles that you can apply to both large and small projects.
Financial & Accounting Training
Tue, 07 Aug 2012Globally and in South Africa, there is a growing demand for finance professionals to act as strategic business partners and help drive long-term sustainable success.As a result, finance professionals have never had a better opportunity to progress their careers and make a real mark on their organisation.
Tue, 07 Aug 2012Privately owned businesses in South Africa have been urged to invest in African countries to grow the country's economy and create employment opportunities. The investment made by Megratron Federal Company is expected to lead the way for others in the private sector.
Skills Universe - Sylvia Hammond
Wednesday, 8 August 2012The continued uncertainty surrounding qualifications for the post school education of nurses is having a negative effect on delivery. As a result institutions (and learners) are unable to plan their training with any degree of real certainty.
Skills Universe - Hannes Nel
Tuesday, 7 August 2012It is rather frustrating when consultants who evaluate training materials on behalf of quality assurance bodies claim that the materials have not been contextualised when clearly they do not know how materials should be contextualised to begin with.
Skills Universe - Sylvia Hammond
Monday, 6 August 20122012 Women's Month was launched this weekend by Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma at the University of the Freed State. In honour of Women's Day and Women's month, what are your examples of women you admire? And how do you cope with the challenges of work, studies and home life?
Skills Universe - Marie Smith
Friday, 3 August 2012When deciding on a developer or a supplier of off-the-shelf SAQA-aligned outcomes-based learning material and assessments, the Training Provider's dilemma is how to evaluate the potential contractor or supplier.A little bit of homework may save you money and frustration down the line.
Skills Universe - Catherine Anne Robertson
Thursday, 2 August 2012I do not think that yet another vocational institution needs to be introduced to an already totally confused public. I believe that FET could do with new branding, but nationally and that all the regional colleges should support the national brand.
Wednesday, 8 August 2012Every company's unique culture, values, work practices and processes are what transform visions and ideas into reality. And the space in which a company resides is integral to fostering to attracting talented and committed employees to drive the brand. This is why workspace design is becoming a crucial part of modern company strategy.
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Secretarial & Admin Training
Fri, 03 Aug 2012What kind of message are you sending out to existing and potential clients? As a receptionist you need to be aware of the image you portray at all times, follow these tips provided by Staff Training to making the right impression every time.
Call Centre & Contact Centre Training
Wed, 01 Aug 2012What is the future of the call centre industry? The growing demands of employers and consumers are severely impacting the role of call centre agents in the workplace. Read about these and other factors that are shaping the sector.
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