Ended the year on a high note
As of December 21st 2018, Eskilz College was awarded their QCTO accreditation. This ended the year on a high note.
Eskilz College celebrated and achieved various milestones throughout 2018. We were also accredited as a private FET college. Where we now have the privilege of facilitating people with disabilities along with those employed and unemployed.
The Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) was established in terms of the Skills Development Act, 1998 (Act no 97 of 1998). Section 26(D) (4) of the Act mandates the QCTO to issue a trade certificate to any person who has successfully completed a trade test, stating that the person is qualified to perform the trade specified in the certificate.
The QCTO is mandatory to ensure that these certificates are credible, and meet national and international standards.
Obtaining this accreditation does not just mean a ring on our belt but it allows us to offer quality courses to the South African market as competitive rates.
Currently you could study towards an Occupational Certificate: Occupational Trainer NQF Level 4 and start a career as a Technical trainer and Occupational Trainer through Eskilz College.
The course would entail and prepare a learner to plan, prepare, coordinate, implement and evaluate learning programs to achieve occupational trainee competence.
A qualified learner will be able to:
- Establish the profile, special needs and barriers to learning of learners within the specified requirements of the training program.
- Prepare, adapt and align learning materials and resources for a training intervention in the workplace.
- Deliver training, evaluate and report on a learning intervention in the workplace.
- Gather evidence and make assessment decisions using given assessment tools.
Eskilz College strives to attain the best for those that become a part of our family. With the start of a New Year comes endless possibilities and a year full of achieving goals.