An SDF is a person who will ensure that the organisation’s Workplace Skills Plan / Implementation Report is developed and implemented and also serves as a liaison person between the organisation/s and the SETA. A skills development facilitator is responsible for the planning, implementation and reporting of training in an organisation, with Seta- related duties.
- Taking responsibility for convening the training committee and ensuring that appropriate consultative processes around skills development are implemented
- Ensuring that appropriate procedures and records are kept of training committee meetings
- Taking responsibility for the development of the WSP and the necessary consultation thereon
- Liaising with the SETA around issues of skills development
- Ensuring the submission of the WSP to the SETA
- Overseeing the implementation of training
- Keeping appropriate training records
- Reporting on training conducted to the SETA
- Ensuring participation in SETA learnerships and skills programmes
- Strategically aligning the training and development of skills in an organisation
- Conducting an analysis to determine training outcomes
- Understanding the Sector Skills Plan with focus on scares and critical skills planning
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