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Occupational Directed Education, Training and Development Practices (OD-ETDP) Courses

Our OD-ETDP courses equip you with the knowledge and skill-set to ebale a successful career in OD-ETDP.

All Occupational Directed Education, Training and Development Practices Courses are accredited by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). All courses can be completed online or in a face to face setting.

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Occupational Directed Education, Training and Development Practices (OD-ETDP) Courses

Is teaching your passion?

Facilitator Course

Duration: Five days
Accreditation: SAQA
Certificate on completion
Online course available
Face to face course available

Face to face Course: R4 400.00
Online Course: R3 500.00

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Kickstart your assessor career

Assessor Course

Duration: Five days
Accreditation: SAQA
Certificate on completion
Online course available
Face to face course available

Face to face Course: R4 400.00
Online Course: R3 500.00

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Looking for a career as a Moderator?

Moderator Course

Duration: Three days
Accreditation: SAQA
Certificate on completion
Online course available
Face to face course available

Face to face Course: R3 450.00
Online Course: R2 800.00

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I care about my learners

Professional Learning Programme Designer Course

Duration: Five days
Accreditation: SAQA
Certificate on completion
Online course available
Face to face course available

Face to face Course: R5 980.00
Online Course: R5 980.00

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Teach, lead and inspire

Skills Development Facilitator (SDF) Course

Duration: Five days
Accreditation: SAQA
Certificate on completion
Online course available
Face to face course available

Face to face Course: R5 980.00
Online Course: R5 980.00

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Start a rewarding career

ETD Practitioner Course

Duration: 10 Months
Accreditation: SAQA
Certificate on completion
Online course available
Face to face course available

Face to face Course: R21 000.00
Online Course: R18 000.00

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Start a rewarding career as an ETD Pratitioner

You will learn the required skills and knowledge prescribed by the Department of Labour of South Africa to function as a registered SDF, conducting Workplace Skills Plans (WSP’s), Annual Training Reports (ATR’s), coordinate training interventions, analyse the outcomes of a learning event, develop an organisational training and development plan, advise on the implementation of a Quality Management System and advise organisations and individuals on challenges in skills development What can you do with an ETD Qualification?
  • Register as a professionally recognised Skills Development Facilitator which is required by any organisation who has a training department in place or who conduct skills development training interventions.
  • Complete a Workplace Skills Plan (WSP)
  • Complete an Annual Training Report (ATR)
  • Conduct a Training Needs Analysis (Skills Audit)
  • Be a self-employed SDF Consultant for organisations and learning institutions
  • Includes Facilitator, Assessor and Moderator training
What’s Included:
  • Learning Material
  • Facilitation
  • Assessment
  • Moderation
  • Certification
Safety, Health & Environment Representative Course (SHE Rep) Course

ETD Practitioner

Face to Face Course: R21 000.00
Online Course: R18 000.00

Unit Standards: 259639 | 259619
Duration: Five days
Accreditation: FP&M SETA
Certificate on completion

Cost is inclusive of facilitation and training materials.
Prices are subject to change.
Terms and Conditions Apply.

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What are Occupational Directed Education, Training and Development Practices Courses?

Safe and healthy workplaces are often taken for granted. Today’s safety-conscious factory floors and well-lit offices are however a relatively new addition to modern society and a direct result of the efforts made by those working in the profession of Occupational Health and Safety.

Dedicated to studying and preventing workplace injuries and illnesses, the field of occupational health and safety is responsible for much of the positive outcomes achieved for South African.

Dangerous machinery and poorly ventilated factories, once commonplace, have made way for safer, cleaner environments for employees. The combination of legislation and self-regulation by responsible businesses has transformed the workplace. As a result, accident and fatality rates across most industries have dropped steadily for decades—a trend that continues even today.

The scope of OHS is broad, and includes a wide variety of disciplines—from basic firefighting procedures and skills to OHS planning for the workplace and more.

Historically, the focus of occupational health and safety efforts have been on manual labor occupations, such as those working in mining, industrial sectors or factories. Today the field encompasses all occupations in South Africa.

In addition to ensuring our work environments (from construction sites to office buildings to tourism establishments) have safety precautions in place to prevent injuries, experts in occupational health also work to limit both short-term and long-term hazards that could lead to physical or mental illness now or in the future.