The client contact our office with a problem that they need to address and they also give an idea of what outcomes/ results they would like to achieve after training.
I use that information to search our “scope” of accredited training to find something that might address our client’s problem and would deliver the outcomes as per his/her request.
Once the information is ready, it’s mailed to the client. The client will then work through the available unit standards and decide what they want to do. The identified unit standards are sent back to me for a formal quotation. In this way I do not force the client to do pre-designed courses that only relates to 50% of the actual problem. This method also guarantees tailor made courses for our clients.
Once the client received the quotation and is satisfied, the quotation is signed and faxed/emailed to me together with a purchase order if needed. Our training department schedule the training according to our training schedule and a date suitable for our client. All the above steps should under normal circumstances not take longer than 2 days. These unit standards can be used in a combination or only a single unit standard can be identified. Your budget, time etc. will have an influence on your decision. These unit standards can be trained both accredited and non-accredited (workshop type). In both cases the learner will receive a ASORIP Certificate. In the case where the training is accredited, the learner will have to be assessed to determine the learner’s competence. Competent learners will also receive a statement of results from the relevant Seta. The same material will be used for both types of training but the cost for accredited training is higher than the workshop type training. In all circumstances cost will be determine per learner.