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TRAINING PROVIDER INFORMATION SESSION BY FANNY PHETLA DATE: FEBRUARY/MARCH 2010
PURPOSE OF THE PRESENTATION ETQA STATUS ROAD TO THE NEW HOME STRENGTHEN ING CURRENT RESOURCES & MAINTAIN COMPLIANCE STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES DISCUSSION, CLARITY & WAYFORWARD
Where we are now The ETQA’s are still operating under SAQA licence, AgriSETAETQA expires on the 26 September 2011: 1. By right the keyresponsibilitiesof the ETQA’s are still expected to be discharged and be reported to the Authority ; 2. The SETA’s SLA with the SETA’s has been extended to 2011 ; 3. A major shift and shake up for the ETQA’s is expected from March 2011. 4.DoL has alreadyrelinquishedSETA matters to DHET 5. SAQA is lean and mean with regard to it’sresponsibilities
A ROAD TO NEW HOME NEW HOME (QCTO) -Quality -Competitiveness - Financial support -Conducive working -Development of Quality Partners and CEP’s • Competent Trainers • Resourced providers • Industry biased training
COMPARISON: SAQA & QCTO SAQA Done by Quality partners QCTO • Accreditation done by ETQA • QMS focuses on accreditation, registration, approval and certification. • QMS focuseson partnerships; dev. and assess. w/place approvals, • Learnersachievements: NLRD reports • Quality partnerassociation, doesreporting • SAQA does audit • Industrymay do audit
What to maintain now • Although everybody is focussing on the road ahead: • The ETQA’s still have obligation to maintain the current mandate; • Serve the customers as per SAQA requirements and • Comply to the SAQA regulation
CAPACITY AND RESOURCES • The training providers need capacity to tackle the challenges of the new home • -The facilitators and assessors need to be capacitated • The QMS need to be aligned to QCTO assessment and moderations • The learning material to be adjusted to reflect the changes • Reporting machanism to be improved • Strengthening of forums
Conclusion improved service delivery Learners benefit The employers improve productivity and providers gain good reputation The system gain integrity and good image for the providers Acceptable practice and improved relationship between the ETQA and the clients Regular communication means prevention than cure.