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CTU developed and registered Skills Development Programmes (SDP’s) specifically for learners whom would like to up-skill themselves whilst earning credits towards National Qualifications. The Learner will study certain electives, enabling them to gain valuable training in the various SDP’s. CTU assists the Learners with building of Portfolios of Evidence (POE’s) whilst the Learner is working and gaining Workplace Experience too. CTU has registered the SDP’s with the relevant SETA’s, thereby adhering to legislation governing SDP’s. Assessing and Moderating of the Learners POE is also part of the learning experience, enabling credits to be claimed.
The Skills Development Act (No. 97 of 1998) recognises the provision of skills programmes as the most dynamic feature of the emerging education and training system in South Africa. The role of a skills programme is for the development, up-skilling and multi-skilling of human resources. The provision of skills programmes also assist workplaces to develop meaningful career and learning pathways for their employees in a highly accessible manner. This in turn leads to the improvement of workplace practices, employability and mobility of the South African working force.