Aims & Objectives
aims and objectives of the training office is to build the capacity of building
companies through skills training and to assist them to get the maximum
benefit from the skills levies they pay.
Qualified Skills Development Facilitators assist companies to become self
sufficient in the development of their training plans (Workplace Skills
Plans) and the implementation thereof, as well as reporting to CETA on
previous training being done. (Annual Training Report).
Facilitators engage with our member companies in order to achieve the vision of developing
a skilled and motivated construction workforce whose skills are recognised and
valued in order to improve competitiveness, employment creation and a
sustainable skills base across the entire sector.
In addition, assistance is
readily available for:
Do you want to recover some of the SDL levies paid to the CETA via SARS? Contact us today to find out how this can be done.
What training do we offer?
The MBA Facilitates a wide range of training courses specifically focussed on the building Industry. These include but are not limited to:
What must you do?
You are encouraged to contact the MBA's training office and speak to one of our Skills Development Facilitators. They will assist you in making the right decisions in respect of the training requirements for your company.
A route for learning and gaining a qualification within the National
Qualification Framework (NQF) from Level 1 to 10. Learnership consists
of Unit Standards that include both structured work experience (a practical
component) and instructional learning (a theory learning component) and relate to
Programme: A selection (portion) of Unit Standards that can result in a qualification.
A route for learning whereby a learner registers as an apprentice with CETA on an
artisan trade qualification and spends between 2 and 4 years on an
apprenticeship contract linked to a competency based modular learning
programme that ends in a trade test.
RPL: A learner that registers for the Recognition of Prior Learning for artisan trade qualification will compile a portfolio of evidence that is assessed. Certification occurs at the successful assessment and moderation of the portfolio of evidence.
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