The objective of this workshop is to give an overview of the Employment Equity Act. Upon completion of the course, the candidate will able to demonstrate an understanding of the Employment Equity Act, a company’s employment equity plan, Department of Labour requirements; and the relationships between business strategy, employment equity and organisational transformation and change management and implement an employment equity plan.
The Online Advanced Certificate in Neuroscience Coaching short course aims to develop and enhance knowledge on exercise science and to provide advanced personal trainers with essential information on exercise physiology, biomechanics, anatomy, motor learning and nutrition. To validate and improve practices like coaching, teaching, talent development and performance improvement, it has to be grounded in neuroscience to ensure better efficiency, accuracy and results.
Eskilz Private College was established in 2002. We provide blended learning solutions to corporates to people with disabilities. This year we have launched the dataless elarning platform where all learners can study anytime, anywhere. We are accredited with all SETA's which means we can offer short courses, learnerships and training in all sectors, globally. We also provide all the correct documentation for you to be certified and claim back from SETA through your SDL spend.
The Trauma Counselling short course will enable you as pastor or counsellor to deal with the process of recovery and healing after a traumatic experience. We live in a traumatised society and the church and/or pastoral counsellor is often the only “immediate” resource available for support and guidance. The course focuses on understanding the nature and impact of trauma, with a specific emphasis on trauma counselling as well as care for the caregiver.
The Department of Public Enterprise (DPE) announced on Friday that it will reprioritise funds to finalise the restructuring of South African Airways (SAA) and the implementation of the airline’s business rescue plan.
I blame Rudolf Straeuli - but maybe that?s unfair because Seta-bashing started a long time before the Springboks dismal performance at the Rugby World Cup. But without the Bokke to keep our minds occupied our national efforts seem to be focused on complaining about Setas.