The following documents and equipments are required to get accreditation with PSETA:
Company CK documents
Tax clearance certificate
Company profile with Objectives, Mission and vision statements, quality control measures and services offered
Learning materials consisting of: Learner, Facilitator and Assessment guides, rollout plan and programme strategy
Quality Management System (QMS), which are your policies and procedure documents including working tools (templates). Policies to be submitted are:
Management of assessment
Management of impact assessment
Learner entry, guidance and support
Learning programme development and delivery
Recruitment, selection and appraisals (HR)
Health and Safety
Management of workplace learning
Names of Assessor/s and Moderator/s linked to the applied unit standards or qualifications
CV’s of facilitators (if different from above)
Office and training resources:
Office with desk, Working computer, fax line and machine, telephone, printer and lockable cabinet/s
Training rooms (If Provider is intending to train at own premises) with comfortable desks, desk tables, writing equipment or projector, properly ventilated/heating equipment when cold, clean toilets and proper access for disabled persons
OR Lease agreement if Provider will be utilising rented space for training
OR and indication if Provider will be training at clients premises
2. What are the advantages of being an accredited training provider?
Advantages of becoming an accredited provider:
To provide quality training and development to learners
To receive support from the relevant authority
To be able to deliver education and training that leads to nationally registered Unit Standards and Qualifications. Accreditation therefore provides Education and Training Providers with a valuable tool with which they can market their services to potential clients.
3. What are benefits of attending accredited training?
Learners, departments and private companies who use the services of an accredited training provider are assured that the accredited training offered complies with the required standards for learning and assessment.
All learners are assured of a quality learning experience and that the credits they acquire will be nationally and internationally recognized.
4. Who should apply for accreditation?
Providers who qualify for accreditation with PSETA include those Providers who are not yet accredited by another ETQA and who intend to offers programmes based on the qualifications and/or unit standards that falls within the primary focus of PSETA.
5. What if I am already accredited by another ETQA?
If a provider is accredited by another ETQA but wish to extend scope to unit standards and qualifications falling under the primary scope of PSETA, the primary accreditation ETQA must be notified and the process of programme approval will be facilitated with PSETA by such ETQA.
Refer to PSETA ETQA policies and procedure documents for further clarity.