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PRIVATE TRAINING PROVIDER REGISTRATION WITH DHET Update Sep. 17

Please take note of this important regarding all private Further and Higher Education and Training Providers that must register with the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET).

DHET new requirement, according to CHIETA update on their website.

DHET is following a developmental approach and that the officials are ready and waiting for providers to contact them should you need assistance with the registration process. See below for the contact details.

The registration documents needed to have been submitted to DHET by 30 June 2017, however it was advised that you can continue operating as a provider in the meantime; however you must urgently submit your Application for Registration.

In summary, the following information is required for registration, and you will need to ensure that you dedicate time to completing the documents together with the required evidence.

 

1 Your company’s Audited Annual Financial Statements (Special dispensation at this point has been granted by DHET for small companies not registered with IRBA or audited. Ministry has granted relief at this point and they must submit a reviewed statement from an Accountant.
2 Three Year Financial Forecasts (based on your Business Plan)
3 Business Plan (Still a requirement, however the Ministry has granted some temporary relief in terms of certain aspects in this regard.)
4 Surety (the Ministry has granted some temporary relief in this regard. No Surety required for providers who charge a training fee, etc)
5 Company Registration documents Company defined as per Companies Act: Ltd Companies or PTY Ltd or SOC or NPC or CC
6 OHS Report (See DHET guidelines in the document entitled APX-01)
7 SARS Tax Clearance Certificate (current)
8 Your company’s Accreditation Report from the relevant SETA.
9 Student Prospectus (this can be the learnership document from the SAQA website or the Unit standards document or the qualifications document)
10 Student Enrolment Form (this can be a blank copy of the official learnership/qualification/unit standard enrolment form).

You can direct all queries to DHET to Monica Motloi and Ms Molly Kutumela. Their contact details are as follows:

  • m@dhet.gov.za Tel: 012 312 5021
  • mc@dhet.gov.za Tel: 012 312 5667

SOURCE: CHIETA

PETA SA Our Strategic objectives

The PETA-SAs sole objective is to improve teaching, training and learning, through supporting individual practitioners in memberships through a professional body to the best of their ability across the full diversity of the sector. We do this by delivering our three strategic priorities:

  • by giving benefits and especially professional development to practitioners;
  • by according status in recognition of expertise;
  • and by giving a voice so that learning and teaching professional can inform policy.

Despite recent progress, teachers and trainers in further education and skills remain under recognised in the public domain and policy making circles, and in comparison with both other professional.

Membership of the PETA-SA is part of individuals investing time and commitment to their own professionalism. The association, as is typical of professional bodies, also seeks to draw in new resources and financial investment that otherwise would not be available to professionals or the sector. In this way, we support the drive for excellence in teaching and training beyond what the state and employers can support.

Leaders and managers across the further education and skills sector benefit from encouraging and supporting teaching and training practitioners on their professional journey through membership. Utilising professional body membership and the services for individuals also benefits colleges and providers, as we have described in this document, dual professionals are able to provide a holistic and powerful learning experience through course content that is contextualised for up-to-date industry practices, developments and leading edge teaching, learning and assessment methods. PETA-SA seeks to ensure that quality of teaching and learning is at its highest possible and promotes a constructive dialogue between industry and providers and teaching and learning professionals.

PETA SA Our Strategic objectives

The PETA-SAs sole objective is to improve teaching, training and learning, through supporting individual practitioners in memberships through a professional body to the best of their ability across the full diversity of the sector. We do this by delivering our three strategic priorities:

  • by giving benefits and especially professional development to practitioners;
  • by according status in recognition of expertise;
  • and by giving a voice so that learning and teaching professional can inform policy.

Despite recent progress, teachers and trainers in further education and skills remain under recognised in the public domain and policy making circles, and in comparison with both other professional.

Membership of the PETA-SA is part of individuals investing time and commitment to their own professionalism. The association, as is typical of professional bodies, also seeks to draw in new resources and financial investment that otherwise would not be available to professionals or the sector. In this way, we support the drive for excellence in teaching and training beyond what the state and employers can support.

Leaders and managers across the further education and skills sector benefit from encouraging and supporting teaching and training practitioners on their professional journey through membership. Utilising professional body membership and the services for individuals also benefits colleges and providers, as we have described in this document, dual professionals are able to provide a holistic and powerful learning experience through course content that is contextualised for up-to-date industry practices, developments and leading edge teaching, learning and assessment methods. PETA-SA seeks to ensure that quality of teaching and learning is at its highest possible and promotes a constructive dialogue between industry and providers and teaching and learning professionals.

PETA SA Our Strategic objectives

The PETA-SAs sole objective is to improve teaching, training and learning, through supporting individual practitioners in memberships through a professional body to the best of their ability across the full diversity of the sector. We do this by delivering our three strategic priorities:

  • by giving benefits and especially professional development to practitioners;
  • by according status in recognition of expertise;
  • and by giving a voice so that learning and teaching professional can inform policy.

Despite recent progress, teachers and trainers in further education and skills remain under recognised in the public domain and policy making circles, and in comparison with both other professional.

Membership of the PETA-SA is part of individuals investing time and commitment to their own professionalism. The association, as is typical of professional bodies, also seeks to draw in new resources and financial investment that otherwise would not be available to professionals or the sector. In this way, we support the drive for excellence in teaching and training beyond what the state and employers can support.

Leaders and managers across the further education and skills sector benefit from encouraging and supporting teaching and training practitioners on their professional journey through membership. Utilising professional body membership and the services for individuals also benefits colleges and providers, as we have described in this document, dual professionals are able to provide a holistic and powerful learning experience through course content that is contextualised for up-to-date industry practices, developments and leading edge teaching, learning and assessment methods. PETA-SA seeks to ensure that quality of teaching and learning is at its highest possible and promotes a constructive dialogue between industry and providers and teaching and learning professionals.

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