Suzanne Hattingh heads her own Human Resource Development Consultancy, Learning for Performance Improvement.
She currently works mainly in higher education, assisting private providers with CHE accreditation and registration with the Office for Students in the UK, and capacity building of municipalities in Local Economic Development with the University of Johannesburg.
She has more than 20 years’ experience in HRD, specialising in performance improvement strategies, processes and action plans to improve organisational and individual performance.
She is the author of numerous books, implementation toolkits and guidelines on HRD, CHE Accreditation, Assessment, e-Learning, Entrepreneurship, Fourth Industrial Revolution, Human Resource Management, Learning Organisation, Local Economic Development, Learnerships, NQF, Skills Audits, Skills Planning for Improved Performance, TVET colleges and the Post-School Education and Training System of South Africa.
Her clients include business schools, universities, private companies and public entities, international development agencies, TVET Colleges, SAQA and SETAs. Email: [email protected]; Contact: 083 357 6464, Suzanne Hattingh
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