Colleen Osorio Skills Development Consultancy
Colleen Osorio Skills Development Consultancy believes in providing a personalised and professional experience.
As part of this organization’s Enterprise Development Program, we are in the process of assisting “Mohlongo Training and E-Learning Services” in becoming a fully accredited training provider with the ETDP SETA.
The SETA has been informed that as part of our Enterprise Development, we will be submitting our own fully accredited training material on their behalf in order to confirm that the material has been developed against SETA standards.
Mohlongo Training Services is a 100% black female owned entity and we will, once they have been accredited, be entering into future bids as associates.
Colleen Osorio has also undertaken to launch and market this new enterprise and to continue giving it her support.
COURSES AT A GLANCE
Conduct Outcomes-based Assessment
Design & Develop Outcomes-based Assessments
Understanding the Outcomes-based Approach to Education & Training in the Context of the SA National Qualifications Framework (NQF5 – 5 Credits)
Train the Trainer
Facilitate learning using a variety of given methodologies
U/S 123392 :
Design and Develop Instruments to Evaluate ETD Practices (NQF 6 – 12 Credits);
U/S 123397 :
Evaluate a Learning Intervention (NQF 5 – 10 Credits) – as well as the Certificate Qualification number as per Assessor (above).
Conduct Moderation of Outcomes-based Assessment
Design and Develop OB Training Material
Design Outcomes-based Learning Programs NQF Level 6
Develop Outcomes-based Learning Programs NQF Level 5
Complete a Research Assignment replaces NQF Level 6
Recognition Of Prior Learning
Develop, Support & Promote RPL Practices
Mentoring & Coaching
U/S 117864 :
Advise and counsel learners
Guide learners about their learning, assessment and recognition opportunities
We also understand the importance of consistently developing people and their skills in the pursuit of excellence.
We are passionate about what we do which is clear from our results.
Short Course Articles
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