To address the rising unemployment rate and with government committed to allocating large training and empowerment funds, FASA has embarked on getting professional qualification QCTO approval, developed and registered and has been working with the various Seta’s in the development of qualifications for the franchising sector.
To facilitate this job creation and empowerment project, FASA has appointed INANI to identify FASA members to be part of the project and receive resources and funds and would like to invite its members to be part of this initiative.
INANI’s Nico Botha, who has experience in franchising and has developed the INANI Resource Stimulation Business project has been appointed to represent FASA on the Seta Business Chamber and will assist the association to establish the industry qualification program and obtain learnerships specifically for its members.
The INANI Resource Simulation Business (RSB) has been developed specifically to prepare candidates for easy integration into workplace for hosting using a simulation training/processes that spans the knowledge module/after theory training and the practical module/work placement hosting.
A successful workshop was held recently where ISS youth successfully completed the RSB course and were theory-efficient and trained – ready to be placed with host employers.
As FASA covers a number of sectors, the needs of its members in terms of training and qualifications varies and FASA would like to set up a database of its members in terms of which Seta each member belongs to so that the process can be streamlined.
If you are a member of FASA, click here to fill in a member training questionnaire or contact Nico Botha at Inani on 083 660 1458 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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