This two-day Board of Directors Induction Training ensures that the directors attain a level of understanding of the business, operations and industry and familiarise themselves with their rights, duties and functions. It further explores the codes of good corporate governance as well as the legislative and regulatory framework guiding the roles and responsibilities of the board and maximises the level and degree of directors’ contribution.
The short course in Policy Management, Implementation and Analysis in the Public Sector provides you with the necessary knowledge to diagnose and identify current public policy issues, possible problems that may arise in policy formulation and implementation, as well as specific needs with regard to current situations in all three spheres of government.
The short course in Monitoring and Evaluation for the Public Sector provides you with the requisite skills to effectively execute monitoring and evaluation (M&E) processes that can assist in assessing performance and identifying contributing factors to public service delivery. During the course, you will gain invaluable insights to the importance of M&E as a tool for the public sector to manage performance-related processes of policy implementation, strategic management and programme/project management.
The Advanced Course in Employee Assistance Programmes provides you with more progressive knowledge and the necessary skills set to effectively coordinate and take Employee Assistance Programmes (EAPs) further in the workplace. The course equips you with further skills – as experienced EAP practitioner in private companies, government departments or service-provider organisations – by providing an extended, comprehensive overview and confirmation of relevant EAP standards.
The Online Short Course: Introduction to the Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) provides an introductory background on the EAP as a field of specialisation. Due to the increase in employees experiencing psycho-social problems, which impact on their personal lives and productivity, the EAP is acknowledged as a tool to assist such employees to overcome their personal problems and to restore their productivity and avoid disciplinary hearings and possible dismissal.
The Programme in Human Resources Management provides you with progressive knowledge and insights to human resources management by following a systems approach in relation to the current South African workforce environment, and in your role as human resources practitioner to help achieve organisational goals.
The Labour Relations Management Practice short course provides you with the skills and knowledge to perform your duties as human resources or labour relations practitioner more effectively in relation to typical business management systems, practices and procedures.
The Advanced Programme in Labour Relations Management provides you with progressive knowledge and skills that are specifically related to labour relations as a core function of contemporary human resources management. In your role as human resources or labour relations practitioner, the programme offers you an opportunity to develop the requisite specialised labour relations skills to apply in the workplace environment.
The Conflict Management workshop provides you with insights to the processes that occur in the brain when we are confronted with conflict in an effort to understand how emotions are perceived by individuals (also particularly in the workplace). Past experiences of conflict might lead us to develop resistance to properly handle conflict and consequently we tend to avoid conflicting situations.
The Labour Relations short course provides you with insights to the dynamics of the South African labour market. This is an essential competency in the volatile business environment in which contempory organisations function.
The Minister of Higher Education, Blade Nzimande said the department is working to create a partnership to boost investment in the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) sector infrastructure.
More than R11 billion has been invested towards university infrastructure. This investment will benefit the country's 26 universities between 2021 and 2023.
In partnership with the Young Living Foundation, Tsiba has identified 16 South African Young Living scholars – hailing from underserved communities – to help support their higher education and bring their personal and professional dreams to fruition.