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Very Cool Ideas Training - expert facilitators and designers.

Professional service and delivery with comparative prices and corporate discounts.

Very Cool Ideas - your number 1 training provider.

During this 1-day Interactive Assessment session the learners, in a group, report on their progress, strengths and review their performance, in terms of the training programme that they attended.

VERY COOL IDEAS is recognized in the industry as The Specialist in the development and up-skilling of Trainers and ETD Practitioners.

VERY COOL IDEAS only uses Facilitators & Developers who are accredited & highly qualified and are experts in their field.

VERY COOL IDEAS has developed Learning/Training Material for several SETAs.

VERY COOL IDEAS has linked up with a few chosen providers from the European Unions, to present Management Development Prgrammes and Coaching / Mentorship Programmes which are presented internationally.

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Short Course Articles

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Doing a Short Course is a strategic move that you can undertake to improve your knowledge, skills, and marketability within a specific field. 

One of the options out there for people wanting to further their education is short courses. Let's take a look at why a short course might be right for you.

Unisa open day programme

The University of South Africa’s (Unisa) short courses are curated to update or enhance a student's skills and knowledge in a specific field of study. Students interested in registering for the 2023 academic year are encouraged to do so to avoid missing the looming deadline.

person being a supervisor in team

This course is designed to help you head up a work unit or assist with supervising the work completed by individuals and teams. This Supervision short course will show you how to transition into a supervisory role.


Unisa has opened mid-year applications for its Short Learning Programmes (SLPs).



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