TRAINING PROJECTS 2019 / 2020
New Venture Creation (SMME) Training – Bloemfontein
Creatividad will be offering the Qualification 49648 NC: New Venture Creation, Level 2, Credits 138 to 37 learners from a group of employers in Bloemfontein to kick off in January 2020.
New Venture Creation (SMME) Skills Programme Training – Bloemfontein
A small group of learners participating in a Skills Programme of 52 Credits training project at Marti Du Plessis School for special needs learners.
Business Administration Training – Bethlehem
Creatividad, in partnership with Afri Training Institute, is currently rolling out the Qualification 61595 FETC: Business Administration Services, Level 4, Credits 140 to 10 learners from Free State Care in Action in Bethlehem.
HWSETA Grant – 2019/2020
The HWSETA allocated an Adult Education and Training (AET) Grant to Creatividad for implementing MS Office training as well as for a non-aligned Sewing Project. These projects kicked off late November with Excel Level 3 & Level 4 training from our MICT SETA accreditation scope. Creatividad decided to honor repeat clients from the NGO sector as recipients of this grant and allocated the 50 grants to:
The Sewing Project will be implemented in collaboration with Creative Start. Starter packs with all the necessary tools for home-use needlework were handed over in December to the 10 beneficiaries of the grant and training sessions on the sewing machines purchased in January 2020, will enable the participants to built their skills and participate in small projects.
AFRI TRAINING INSTITUTE PROJECT
Creatividad implemented a Capacity Building Training and Mentoring project on behalf of Afri Training Institute funded by the National Lottery Commission between September 2018 and February 2019. The aim of the project was to provide 5 days accredited training with 40 beneficiaries from 20 NGOs on finance skills in order for them to increase their success with NLC funding applications.
Steven Louw (The Skills Network) and Tass Schwabb (Ohm Consulting) provided ongoing on-site mentoring and PoE building support to 20 NGOs in the Cape Metropol, Paarl, Stellenbosch, Somerset West and Strand over a 3 month period after the training. Assessments were completed and the project is awaiting verification from the SETA.
Creatividad’s Director, Liezl van der Westhuizen is contracted by BADISA and Diaconia to facilitate a strategy development process for a combined project they are embarking on. More information to follow.
SETA ACCREDITATION PROJECTS
We are pleased to be working with:
Shonaquip and Uhambo Foundation– Helping them through their NPO arm to create an Academy for people who are differently abled in the construction Industry. This training will be done in collaboration with a Training Service Provider until such time that they are accredited. Additionally an ECD Qualification is their first Accredited Qualification in process. Also assisting with:
- Material Acquisition
- Accreditation with ETDPSeta
- Assisting with Development of their own material for care givers
- Learner selection through the ELSA Assessments
- DHET and CHE Applications
- Working on a retainer for 12 months to assist with these services
And many more other FET Accreditation projects in the Pipe Line such as another Agricultural College, End User Computing, Contact Center, New Venture Level 2
Social Change Assistance Trust (SCAT) – Assisting this NPO to accredited with SSETA for several qualifications. Also assisting with:
- Material Acquisition
- Accreditation with ServicesSeta
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