Skills Development Facilitator (SDF)

Learning Unit 1: Skills Development and Related Issues
Learning Unit 2: Perform a Skills Audit and Develop a Workplace Skills Plan
Learning Unit 3: Conduct Skills Development Administration and Report on Skills Development Activities
Learning Unit 4: Promote a Learning Culture in an Organisation

Who should Attend ?

This skills programme is designed for the public and private sector and is aimed at:
• individuals who are involved in the development and implementation of training and development plans within organisations;
• individuals who intend to conduct analyses to determine outcomes of learning for the purposes of defining skills needs at organisational level or to identify assessment standard titles at industry or sub-sector level;
• individuals who oversee or manage education, training and skills development within organisations according to agreed development plans;
• individuals who are involved in some capacity in human resource development; and
• individuals who support, or seek to support, skills development facilitation.


What are the benefits ?

The benefits of this skills programme include:
• improved skills development administration;
• ability to develop a Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) and Annual Training Report (ATR); and
• effective coordination of skills development interventions.


Duration

Five day contact session combined with practical workplace experience.


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Aligned Unit Standards

UnitIDTitleNQF LevelCredits
252041Promote a learning culture in an organisation55
15218Conduct an analysis to determine outcomes of learning for skills development and other purposes64
15221Provide information and advice regarding skills development and related issues54
15227Conduct skills development administration in an organisation44
15232Coordinate planned skills development interventions in an organisation56
15217Develop an organisational training and development plan56
Scheduled Venues and Dates

RegionDates
Gauteng 22 Feb 21-26 Feb 21
12 Apr 21-16 Apr 21
24 May 21-28 May 21
02 Aug 21-06 Aug 21
22 Nov 21-26 Nov 21
21 Feb 22-25 Feb 22
04 Apr 22-08 Apr 22
20 Jun 22-24 Jun 22
19 Sep 22-23 Sep 22
05 Dec 22-09 Dec 22
KwaZulu-Natal 06 Jul 20-10 Jul 20
Online 22 Feb 21-26 Feb 21
12 Apr 21-16 Apr 21
24 May 21-28 May 21
02 Aug 21-06 Aug 21
22 Nov 21-26 Nov 21
Entry Requirements

The credit calculation in the relevant unit standards is based on the assumptions that learners are competent in:
•communication (NQF level 4);
• mathematical literacy; and
• computer literacy (NQF level 4).