Presentation Software Training has been assessed and ACCREDITED as having satisfactorily met the MICT ETQA Specified Training Provider criteria. MICT Seta accreditation provides an accepted benchmark of knowledge and skills, ensuring specified levels of competency and ability in terms of industry standards.
MICT ETQA is the skills and development authority that ensures that skills development takes place within companies. When using an accredited training centre, you will be able to claim up to 60% of the initial fund outlay when doing your company’s year-end.
PST Accreditation Number – ACC/2007/02/603.
MICT SETA was accredited as an ETQA by SAQA inFebruary 2001 to quality assure provision of nationally recognized education and training qualifications and/or unit standards within the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector. The MICT SETA has retained its accreditation status as an ETQA for all the qualifications and unit standards that it had previously been accredited by SAQA.
The functions of SAQA are essentially twofold, firstly to oversee the development and implementation of the NQF. Secondly to ensure that the national standards at level 8.
An ETQA is an Education and Training Quality Assurance Body established as part of The South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) structure to ensure consistency and quality in training and education across all fields.
NQF stands for National Qualifications Framework and this was established for purposes of among other things, the generation and registration of national unit standards and qualifications, and the accreditation of ETQAs and providers.
A unit standard describes the desired education and training outcomes and their assessment criteria of learning for which the learner will get credits. A combination of relevant unit standards makes up a qualification.
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