Skills Development Facilitator

Skills Development Facilitator

Skills Development Facilitator

  • SAQA Unit Standard 15217. (Develop an organisational training and development plan. Level 5, 6 Credits)
  • SAQA Unit Standard 15218. (Conduct an analysis to determine outcomes of learning for skills development and other purposes. Level 6, 4 Credits)
  • SAQA Unit Standard 15221. (Provide information and advice regarding skills development and related issues. Level 5, 4 Credits)
  • SAQA Unit Standard 15227. (Conduct skills development administration in an organisation. Level 4, 4 Credits)
  • SAQA Unit Standard 123396. (Define target audience profiles and skills gaps. Level 4, 6 Credits)
  • SAQA Unit Standard 15232. (Coordinate planned skills development interventions in an organisation. Level 5, 6 Credits)
  • SAQA Unit Standard 252041. (Promote a learning culture in an organisation . Level 5, 5 Credits)

Quick Facts

  • Duration: 5 days
  • Credits Earned: 35

Entry Requirements

  • NQF Level 4 (Grade 12)
  • Develop training and development plan
  • Conduct analysis to determine learning outcomes
  • Provide information & advice regarding skills development
  • Skills development administration
  • Establishment & implement quality management system for skills development practices
  • Promote learning culture in organisation

Frequently Asked Questions
Direct benefits for me:

  • Take on the role of Skills Development Facilitator in your company
  • Take part in SDF Committees in your organisation
  • You earn credits towards a full qualification
  • Builds credits towards ODETDP Level 5 and HR Level 5 Qualifications
  • Improves your employability
  • Enables a change in career focus or taking on new responsibilities
  • Can freelance as registered independent SDF

What does a Skills Development Facilitator do?

  • In a typical workplace environment, a Skills Development Facilitator will:
  • Perform skills audits in a company
  • Identify skills gaps of employees
  • Advise role players of skills development opportunities in relation to qualifications registered by SAQA on the NQF
  • Compile a skills development plan for the company
  • Implement Workplace Skills Plan (WSP)
  • Compile and submit an annual Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) to the relevant SETA
  • Liaise with the relevant SETA
  • Help company claim relevant Skills Development Grants
  • Oversees the training processes
  • Conduct Skills Development Administration within the organisation
  • Compile an Annual Training Report (ATR) for submission to the relevant SETA

Who should attend the training?

  • Personnel involved in Workplace Skills Planning and Skills Levy Claims
  • Skills Development Facilitators
  • Human Resource Personnel
  • Human Resource Managers
  • Career Planners
  • Training Managers
  • Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Those wishing to attend an ETDP SETA accredited qualification for this programme
  • Those who wish to become SDF consultants
  • Those working towards the Occupationally Directed Education Training and Development Practices (ODETDP) Qualification Accreditation

What does the ENJO Consultants SDF Training Programme entail?

  • A 5-day interactive training programme (presentations, discussions, role play and practical application in a classroom environment)
  • Portfolio of evidence submission 8 weeks after the last day of the training.
  • The portfolio of evidence contains proof of your ability to apply the newly acquired knowledge and skills in the workplace.
  • This POE will be submitted to all necessary experts and prescribed bodies on your behalf.

When can I start using my qualification?

  • On successful completion of the programme, ENJO Consultants will upload your results onto the ETDP database and you will receive a certificate. The ETDP SETA will capture your results on the National Learner Record Database (NLRD) and issue a Statement of Results (SOR) that will reflect the credits you have earned.
  • Why would my employer pay for this training?
  • Have a registered/qualified SDF
  • Submit annual WSP and ATR
  • Implement skills development Levies – access skills development fund (Grants)
  • Identify and address skills gaps
  • Assist in career development plans
  • Assist in advising employees of learning opportunities
  • Improved BEE scorecard

How does one become a Skills Development Facilitator?

  • Attend a SETA accredited Skills Development Facilitator Training Programme
  • Qualify as a Skills Development Facilitator
  • Register as a Skills Development Facilitator with the relevant SETA’s

What qualification does this programme link to?

This ETDP SETA accredited training programme is linked to the following programmes:

  • 50334 National Certificate: Occupationally Directed Education Training and Development Practices – Level 5
  • 50333 National Diploma: Occupationally Directed Education, Training and Development Practices – Level 5
  • 50331 National Certificate: Occupationally Directed Education, Training and Development Practices – Level 6
  • 61592 National Diploma: Human Resources Management and Practices – Level 5

You will learn how to:

  • Develop and implement an organisational training and development plan.
  • Conduct an analysis to determine outcomes of learning for skills development and other purposes.
  • Provide information and advice regarding skills development and related issues.
  • Conduct skills development administration in an organisation.
  • Advise on the establishment and implementation of a quality management system for skills development practices in an organisation.
  • Promote a learning culture in an organisation
  • Advise role players of skills development opportunities in relation to qualifications registered by SAQA.
  • Submit annual WSP and ATR
  • Levies – access skills development fund (Grants)
  • Identify and address skills gaps
  • Assist in career development plans
  • Assist in advising employees of learning opportunities
Skill Development Facilitator