Cheryl Carter & Asscociates

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We specialise in soft skills training and our expertise lies in the Communication, Interpersonal and Personal Development areas. We train at Supervisory, Middle and Senior Management levels.

We are also Accredited with the MERSETA, CATHSSETA and ETDP SETA.

You will find our details and the Unit Standards we offer listed with each of these SETA’s.

We offer courses in the following formats:

  • Public Seminars – in class training at a hotel venue
  • In Company – in class training on the client’s site
  • Blended – a mix of in-class and online training – learner attends in class training AND Virtual Instructor-Led Training
  • VILT – Virtual Instructor-Led Training

Cheryl Carter & Associates (Pty) Ltd is an Accredited Private Provider with the Services SETA.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD Zululand Public Seminar Calendar January - June 2024.doc

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD Durban Public Seminar Calendar January - June 2024.doc

Training Courses:
https://www.cherylcarter.co.za/durban-and-richards-bay-seminars/
Email us:
seminars [at] cherylcarter.co.za
Telephone:
031 584 6527
Accreditation Status:
Full Accreditation
ETQA:
Service Seta
ETQA Accreditation #:
0138
Location:
KwaZulu-Natal
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