Frequently Asked Questions
What does a Facilitator (Train the Trainer) do?
- Facilitates learning using a variety of methodologies.
- Presents training in matters in which the Facilitator is qualified.
- Facilitates training to a group or in a one-on-one situation.
- Facilitates outcomes-based learning.
- Uses a variety of methodologies to ensure transfer of skills or knowledge.
Who should attend the training?
- Those wishing to attend an accredited Facilitator Training Programme
- Those wishing to facilitate SETA accredited training programmes
- Facilitators, Trainers
- Lecturers, Teachers and Presenters
- Those involved in training
- Supervisors, Managers and Training Managers
- Human Resource Practitioners
- Training is provided for corporates and individuals.
What is in it for me?
- Gains a formal qualification in facilitation/training.
- Credits towards a full qualification.
- Improves skills in facilitation/training.
- Improves employability.
- Freelance as an independent Facilitator.
- Change in career focus.
- Improves facilitation skills.
How does one become a Facilitator?
- Attend the Facilitator Training Programme.
- Qualify as a facilitator.
What does the 5-day class attendance Facilitator Training Programme entail?
- A 5-day interactive training programme (discussions, role play, and practical application).
- An opportunity to apply the facilitation skills in the classroom.
- Portfolio of Evidence (PoE) submission on day 5 of the training for assessment.
Does one need to write exams?
- No, one does not need to write exams, the Portfolio of Evidence will be assessed to determine competence.
Assessment, Verification and Certification
- The Portfolio of Evidence will be assessed by a registered assessor.
- When the learner is declared competent, the assessor will forward the assessment report to the learner and the Portfolio of Evidence will be submitted to the ENJO Moderator for moderation.
- On successful completion, ENJO Consultants will upload the learner’s results onto the ETDP database.
- Results need to be verified by the ETDP SETA before the Statement of Results (SoR) and Certificate are issued.
- The ETDP SETA will capture the learner’s results on the National Learner Record Database (NLRD) and issue a Statement of Results (SoR) that will reflect the credits earned.
- ENJO Consultants will then notify the client when the certificate and Statement of Results are ready for collection.
When can I start using the Qualification?
- Once you are in possession of a statement of results from ETDP SETA.
What qualification does this programme link to?
- ODETDP 50334: National Certificate: Occupationally-Directed Education Training and Development Practices, NQF Level 05, 151 Credits
- ODETDP 50333: National Diploma: Occupationally Directed Education, Training and Development Practices. NQF Level 05, 261 Credits
- ODETDP 50331: National Certificate: Occupationally Directed Education, Training and Development Practices. NQF Level 6
- HRM 49692 (61592): National Diploma: Human Resources Management and Practice. NQF Level 05, 259 Credits