As a training provider we are committed to ensuring that our material is relevant to our clients and that our delegates can practically apply the skills they have acquired in the workplace.
We support delegates with intensive POE building sessions and enjoy an 80% submission rate of POEs. In the past few years we have uploaded over 5000 assessment results – all of which have been endorsed. We have been complimented by SETA verifiers on our sound practices and professionalism.
We have a team of ETD professionals who have a wide range of experience in our targeted areas of involvement.
This coupled coupled with total commitment to sound governance, project management and financial controls, makes Siyakhula Trust ETD Institute an organisation you can trust to develop your staff.
Our focus areas include:
• Management and leadership training
• Mentoring and coaching for a wide range of interventions
• Development of ETD practitioners through our ETD Competent Series
• Sort skills programmes for both managers and employees
• Training for municipal officials, councillors and government departments
• Financial training
Siyakhula Trust ETD Institute is known for the quality of our:
• Training material design
• Training delivery
• Assessment and moderation
• POE building support
• Excellent client service
Siyakhula Trust ETD Institute Mission
Our mission is to develop capacity within the government, national agencies, parastatals and the private sector through the provision of accredited training and organisational development consultancy services.
Siyakhula Trust: Community Development Division
Siyakhula Trust is our mother body and is a training and capacity building Trust (Reg. No: 7216 / 94). It is registered as a Non-Profit organisation with the NPO Directorate of the Department of Social Development (Reg. No: 014 690) and also as a Public Benefit Organisation with the Tax Exemption Unit of SARS (Reg. No: 930011386).
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to find out more information about our community development, capacity building and CSI/SED support initiatives.