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OD Conference 2018 • Johannesburg

Team Effectiveness | Productivity | Growth

EARLY BIRD RATE – REGISTER AND PAY BY 22 DECEMBER 2017 (15% OFF)

INFORMATION

Pre-Conference Workshop | 20 February 2018
Two-Day Conference | 21 and 22 February 2018
Johannesburg


The practice of good organisational development result in organisational effectiveness. As an OD specialist, it is becoming ever more important for you to put processes in place for developing an organisation to be more effective at accomplishing its goals. This involves changing people and organisations for positive growth.

For OD to continue to grow as a profession, OD practitioners must continue to develop the capabilities and competencies needed to accurately assess the current and future needs of organisations that promote effective organisational change, adaptability and sustainability. Organisations with best OD practices are able to;
  • Build a sustainable high-performing organisational culture in which individual workers take an active part in achieving the required output.
  • Build a sustainable high-performing organisational culture in which individual workers take an active part in achieving the required output.
  • Solve the problems of aligning and integrating diverse cultural elements
  • Benefit from high efficiency and increased productivity

KR designed this comprehensive programme to develop you and enhance your capacity as a champion to organisational effectiveness. Attend this conference on the 21-22 February 2018 in Johannesburg to learn from South Africa’s top OD experts!

Who should attend:

  • Heads of OD
  • OD Specialists
  • Head of Organisation Design
  • Organisation Design Specialists
  • Organisational Practitioners
  • HR Directors
  • Transformation Directors and Managers
  • HR Managers
  • Work Study Analysts
  • Change Managers
  • Organisation Effectiveness Managers
  • Learning and Development Practitioners

Why you should attend this event:

  • Get insights on how to face present and future challenges facing OD
  • Learn how to Use design thinking in driving organisation strategy, new product development and other innovative approaches
  • Take away tips for sharpening your OD toolkit
  • Streamline your OD interventions after learning how to design an OD intervention from A-Z
  • Stay current by adopting the latest intervention methods and improvements that are driven towards thriving as opposed to just surviving amongst complex economic and societal issues.
  • Learn to make optimum strategic OD decisions that are aligned with the organisation’s objectives.
  • This programme and its speakers will challenge your approach to OD and prepare you to adapt your function in today’s fast paced and ever-changing world.
  • Grow your network – this is a unique opportunity for you to connect, share and learn from other OD professionals.

For more information about this event contact Siphiwe Mashoene on +27 11 706 6009 or siphiwe@knowres.co.za

Sponsorship and exhibition:

EXHIBITION AND SPONSORSHIP — Interested to exhibit or sponsor? here is why YOU SHOULD!

Various sponsorship packages are available

Being a sponsor of the OD Conference & Exhibition 2018 actively works for you before, during and after the event, increasing your credibility in the minds of senior decision-makers.

As a sponsor, you will benefit from suitable target market exposure and direct interaction with senior OD executives. enhance your market visibility. Designed and delivered for specifically for senior OD executives, the conference offers a powerful business agenda within an effective networking environment.

Contact Keel Heubner for more information +27 (21) 556 7663 | keel@avenue.co.za

The KR Annual OD Conference & exhibition 2018 is where leaders in the profession come together for three days to learn, network and build new relationships.

  • Exhibitors have the opportunity to showcase their product/service offering directly to the attendees.
  • Schedule meetings with hard-to-reach OD professionals.
  • Exhibitors will be placed directly within reach of the attendees, offering the opportunity to interact with OD professionals during registration, morning break, lunch time, afternoon break and at the cocktail function.
  • SPosition your brand among the elite OD service providers
  • Network and build relationships one-on-one with key people in the industry
  • Show off your state of the art software & technology


CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

DAY ONE • 21 FEBRUARY 2018

07:30–08:30 Registration | Meet and greet conference attendees, presenters and Knowledge Resources Registration Staff

08:30–08:45

Welcome & introduction by chairperson

08:45–09:30

Present and future challenges for the OD Fraternity

Prof Paul Evans, Academic Director, Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI), INSEAD Business School

09:30–10:30

The role of leadership in Organisational Development

Faaizah Wadee, Head of Change Management, Liberty Group SA

10:30–11:00 Morning Break | Enjoy coffee/tea and snacks and connect with leaders from across the industry

TRACK 1

11:00–12:00

The future world of work and implications for Organisational design (Agile, Holarchy, Matrix)

Lisa Ashton, Managing Director, Bioss SA

TRACK 2

11:00–12:00

Design Thinking for OD

Derrick Cooks,
CEO, Freethinking

 

TRACK 1

12:00–13:00

Evaluating your OD interventions – the critical metrics

Lydia Mdluli, Head: Organisational Effectiveness, African Bank

TRACK2

12:00–13:00

The importance of aligning business strategy with remuneration, reward and performance Management

Monica Smith, Specialist, Org Design & Remuneration, Exxaro

Desiree Reddy, Manager Org Design, Exxaro

13:00–14:00 Lunch | Engage in meaningful, learning conversations while enjoying a delicious meal

TRACK 1

14:00–15:00

Evidence-based organisational development: How to distinguish between research and practice

Dr Rica Viljoen, MD, Mandala Consulting Group

TRACK 2

14:00–15:00

The role of OD in creating an inclusive work environment

Sydwell Shikweni, Transformation Director, Merchants


15:00–15:15 Afternoon break | Enjoy coffee/tea and snacks and connect with leaders from across the industry

15:15–16:15

Developing an effective OD team to enable continuous development and change

Morongwa Mpete, Organizational Development and Change Management Professional, South African Reserve Bank


16:15 Close of Day-1

 

DAY TWO • 22 FEBRUARY 2018

07:30–08:30 Registration | Meet and greet conference attendees, presenters and Knowledge Resources Registration Staff

08:30–08:45

Welcome & introduction by chairperson

08:45–09:30

Aligning organisation strategy and culture for growth

Eve Liebetrau, Executive Manager Human Resourcess, Comair Ltd

09:30–10:30

Sharpening your OD toolkit

Sarika Mahadeo-Diercks, Senior Organisational Development Specialist, Woolworths


10:30–11:00 Morning Break | Enjoy coffee/tea and snacks and connect with leaders from across the industry

TRACK 1

11:00–12:00

OD & Energy: How to energise Individuals, Teams and Organisations for better performance?

Luc van der Hofstadt, CEO, Mentally Fit SA

TRACK 2

11:00–12:00

Organisational Diagnosis: Theoretical and practical implications

Prof Nico Martins,
Research Professor at the Department of Industrial and Organisational Psychology at the University of South Africa (Unisa)

Ellen Caroline Martins, Management consultant at Organisational Diagnostics

 

TRACK 1

12:00–13:00

Digital Transformation’s impact on organisational structure, culture and leadership

Themba Chakela, General Manager, Group Organisational Effectiveness, Britehouse

TRACK2

12:00–13:00

Designing an OD intervention from A-Z

Darryl Wright, Director, Duke Corporate Education


13:00–14:00 Lunch | Engage in meaningful, learning conversations while enjoying a delicious meal

TRACK 1

14:00–15:00

Building an agile team to transform your organisation

Lethabo Tshakhuma, Group Manager Organisational Effectiveness,  PPC

TRACK 2

14:00–15:00

Navigating power structures and commitment to change

Zama Gamede, Organisational Development & Design, Innovation Group


15:00–15:15 Tea Break | Quick leg stretch

15:15–16:15

Meaning-Making in Work and Life: OD's Contribution to Growth and Change

Steven Teasdale Organisational Development & Change Director, Tiger Brands

16:15 End of Conference | refreshments and networking


SPEAKERS

Prof Paul Evans, Academic Director, Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI), INSEAD Business School
Emeritus Professor of Organisational Behaviour, Paul Evans also holds The Shell Chair of Human Resources and Organisational Development, Emeritus. British by nationality, raised in Africa, and international by orientation, he has taught courses at top Universities around the world including Boston University, MIT, l’Université de Montréal, Stockholm School of Economics, to name a few. He also spent a year as visiting scholar at the University of Southern California, at UC Berkeley, and as Visiting Professor at London Business School. He was titular professor at the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management in Brussels in recognition for his work in building scholarly networks in HR in Europe. For the last thirty years, he has spent 2-3 months a year in Asia Pacific, long believing that this region would be the place of the future. Paul Evans has a PhD in Management and Organisational Psychology from MIT, an MBA from INSEAD, and he is a graduate in law from Cambridge University. He has been chairman of INSEAD’s Organisational Behavior Area for successive periods. He has since 2013 been the Academic Director of the Global Talent Competitiveness Index. He built up and directed for many years INSEAD’s executive seminars. He led for many years INSEAD’s activities in the field of international human resource management, and he has been coordinator of the Organisational Behavior department for successive periods. He has acted as a corporate advisor and designed/taught leadership programs with more than 200 multinational and public organisations. He is the founding board member of a pan-European project network, the European Human Resource Forum (EHRF). Paul has authored a number of books, articles, award-winning cases, a bestselling educational video and e-course on Managing People.
Faaizah Wadee, Head of Change Management, Liberty Group SA
Faaizah is a registered Industrial Psychologist, attaining her Master’s degree in 2002 at the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits). She has a Bachelor of Arts with majors in Industrial Psychology and International Relations and a First-Class Honours degree in Industrial Psychology from Wits. She has extensive experience in advanced research design and analysis, advanced statistics as well as assessment and organisational theory. She is currently Head of Change Management for Liberty, with her previous role being Head of Change Management/Training and Benefits realisation function for Transnet ICT department. She has worked as a management consultant, in the areas of organisational development and International Development. She has wide ranging experience in the design and management of large-scale projects managing budgets, contracts, planning and organising as well as the quantitative and qualitative data analysis.
Derrick Cooks, CEO, Freethinking
Derrick has over 18 years’ experience in the Financial Services sector, having started his career at Standard Bank in 1997. There, he obtained extensive experience – implementing strategic and complex projects in Retail and Corporate Banking locally and in Africa. While at Standard Bank, Derrick identified an opportunity for a consulting company to drive change, by infusing design thinking into every level of the organisation and helping clients ‘put ideas to work’. From this, Freethinking was born. Since then, the Freethinking vision has attracted long-term clients and dozens of colleagues – as the company rapidly grows to new regions and sectors. Derrick is passionate about creating a platform for colleagues to apply their skills and achieve mastery in their fields, add meaningful value to clients, and develop lasting relationships. Derrick holds an MBA from The Gordon Institute of Business Science, and a BCom (Honours) in Business Management from The University of South Africa.

Steven Teasdale, Organisation Development & Change Director, Tiger Brands Limited
Steve is currently leading the organisational development and transformation portfolio for the Tiger Brands group, where he is accountable for, amongst others, organisational design, workplace design, employee engagement, culture and transformation. Before joining Tiger Brands he occupied a number of executive roles at Eskom Holdings SOC, including organisational effectiveness, leadership strategy and executive talent management. Over his career he has worked internationally for organisations such as Deloitte, Mercer and Aon in management consultancy and strategy roles. Steve is deeply passionate about supporting organisations to become highly effective systems and firmly believes the role of leadership is the fundamental component to effectively executing organisational strategy.
Sarika Mahadeo-Diercks, Senior Organisational Development Specialist
Sarika currently works within the Organisational Development team at Woolworths. She is especially passionate about Change Management and leads the Woolworths Change Management Capability under the auspices of which she began a mindfulness practice 1.5 years ago. She has also been instrumental in the design and development of competencies and career paths within the business. Sarika is a skilled management consultant having previously worked for a global consultancy. Her experience spans projects involving strategic development and practical implementation across multiple industries within Southern Africa. She is an accomplished facilitator having worked with individuals, teams and leadership in driving business results. Sarika holds a Social Science Degree in Psychology, Post Graduate qualifications in Human Resources and Business Management and an Associate Coaching Certificate. She has been practising mindfulness for the past 10 years.
Prof Nico Martins, Research Professor at the Department of Industrial and Organisational Psychology at the University of South Africa (Unisa)
Nico specialises in the field of organisational psychology. His fields of expertise are organisational development and change. Together with Ellen Martins they started Organisational Diagnostics CC more than 20 years ago. They have participated in more than 500 qualitative and quantitative organisational survey projects and have surveyed Southern African and international organisations. A number of his masters and doctoral students have utilised this research for further research. He has extensive knowledge in the fields of organisational assessments and interventions. He is the co-editor and author of several books and chapters in his field of expertise.
Ellen Caroline Martins, Management consultant at Organisational Diagnostics
Ellen has participated in more than 500 organisational diagnosis projects in her capacity as survey consultant. She is also an on-line mentor to Master's and Doctorate students at UNISA. She holds a D Litt et Phil in Information Science, which focused on an inter-disciplinary study in Knowledge Management, Organisational Behaviour and Organisational Development on the topic of knowledge retention. Ellen obtained a Masters degree (cum laude) and completed an Advance program in Organisational Development with distinction. She is an inter-disciplinary researcher and author who has published 19 articles, 5 chapters in books, mostly as first author, and has presented papers at several international conferences and national conferences on her work. She was the Highly Commended Award winner of the 2012 Emerald/EFMD Outstanding Doctoral Research Awards in the Knowledge Management category. Her article entitled “Organizational and behavioral factors that influence knowledge retention” published in Journal of Knowledge Management was chosen as a Highly Commended Award Winner at the Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2013.
Themba Chakela, General Manager, Group Organisational Effectiveness, Britehouse
Themba is currently General Manager, Group Effectiveness at Britehouse. In his role he is responsible for transformation, organisational design, change management, transformation and Human Resource enablement. On the consulting front, his engagements ranged from tactical delivery to strategic advice on strategic enterprise wide process and people related change. He played the roles of change management analyst on small projects and change lead on complex enterprise wide ERP implementations. The last 3yrs have seen him playing an increasingly internal facing role as the driver of Organisational Effectiveness, first at a Division and now at Group level. Having always seen the “people” component of business as a strategic lever, he now looks to harmonise and optimise the people related functions in support of and in alignment with business strategy and value. This journey has been a natural progression between clear adjacencies in his career.
Lisa Ashton, Managing Director, Bioss SA
Management (Industrial Psychology) and is an Industrial psychologist. She has accumulated a wealth of consulting experience from a wide range of Human Resource and Organisational Change projects and interventions. Her areas of specialty include: Executive assessment; Succession Planning; Talent Management; Strategic Human Resource Planning and Coaching, she has a special interest in leadership and wisdom, women’s issues and diversity management. She firmly believes that leadership is about creating conditions for others to be successful. Lisa’s particular area of expertise is in the development of People Strategies to deliver on the Strategic Intent of organisations.
Sydwell Shikweni, Transformation Director, Merchants
Sydwell is Transformation Director for Merchants, a Dimension Data company. He also serves as a member of the Executive Committee. He is responsible for driving the organisational transformation journey for Merchants with particular focus on the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment strategy, Employment Equity, diversity and inclusion. He is also responsible for sustainable development, enabling the company’s continued competitiveness in the marketplace, while providing an ongoing contribution to South African society. Shikweni is a former Board Member of Lephalale Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) College, currently serves in the Registration Committee of the SA Board of People Practices (SABPP) and is a registered HR Master professional with the Board, a Master Coach registered with the Coaches and Mentors of South Africa (COMENSA), a member of Black Management Forum (BMF), as well as a member of Institute of Directors Southern Africa (IoDSA). His academic qualifications include an MBL and MDP-BBBEE (UNISA SBL); MA Higher Education and Training (UOFS) and a Bachelor of Admin Honours (UNIN/L).
Dr Rica Viljoen, MD, Mandala Consulting Group
Rica is the Managing Director of Mandala Consulting, a niche organisational development company that specialises in transformational processes, organisational research and spiral dynamics. She is a master organisational development practitioner who focuses on large-scale organisational change and development. She is a Senior Research Fellow at the university of Johannesburg and Head of the Department of the Management of People Faculty of the Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management. Her research has been published and presented internationally, and reached more than 42 countries.
Luc van der Hofstadt, CEO, Mentally Fit SA
Luc is an Executive Business Coach at the Mentally Fit Institute since 2000. He holds a Masters in Laws from the University of Antwerp (Belgium), is a Certified Coach from the Institute of Neurocognitivism and is a Belbin Team Role Accredited Trainer.He teaches at various international Business Schools such as Insead Paris and is co-author of the book “Management Assistant”. He regularly directs team and individual coaching sessions for Executive Comities, Managers and Individuals for corporate and institutional clients in various countries around the world. As an international facilitator and motivational speaker, Luc coaches and inspires on team dynamics, advices individuals, leaders and managers how to manage their own energy, their team members’ energy and their organisational energy in our diverse world. He also manages the Mentally Fit Institute South Africa which he founded.
Morongwa Mpete, Organizational Development and Change Management Professional, South African Reserve Bank
Morongwa is an Organizational Development and Change Management Professional with extensive experience in Information Technology System Change Management and Organizational Transformation Projects. Currently, she works for the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) as a Project Change manager.She has exposure in both Private and Public sector working as a Consultant and Senior Specialist in the area of Change management and Organizational development. Morongwa obtained Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from Milpark Business School, B.Com (Honours) degree in Industrial & Organizational Psychology from University of South Africa (UNISA) and B.Com (Communications Management) from University of Pretoria (Tukkies). Her dissertation topic was on Organizational culture change in the Banking industry. She has certificates in Work Profiling, Systemic thinking, Competency Design (Job Analysis), ITIL, Prosci Change management, Change Wright Project Change management, PC Technologies (A+) and has recently obtained a certificate of attendance for DBIC (Doing Business in China) Programme as part of the MBA Programme. Morongwa is passionate about Organizational effectiveness and transformation matters.
Lydia Mdluli, Head: Organisational Effectiveness, African Bank
Lydia Mdluli graduated in 2003 with a Masters Degree in Psychology from UJ (Then RAU). She is a Registered Psychologist with more than 15 years experience in organizational psychology, within the Human Capital department. She has worked for companies like Edcon, Howden and Auditor-General, in roles from Senior Talent Acquisition Practitioner, Senior Assessments Specialist to Divisional Human Resources Manager, to Group Talent Manager, before joining African Bank in her current capacity as Head: Organisational Effectiveness. She has been in this role for more than 6 years, with strategic focus on: Learning & Development, Leadership Development, Organisational Culture, Change Management, People Engagement, Talent Management, Psychometric Assessments, Performance Management

WORKSHOP

OD pre-conference Workshop 1

Unlocking the Future of Organisational Learning through Lego

Overview:

In this full day workshop, we will explore the future of organisational learning through the modality of Lego Serious Play. This is a unique and memorable opportunity to harness our foresight and collective knowledge for new ways to unlock organisational value.

Workshop Objectives:

We will focus on both the collective challenges and opportunities that have been presented to us around the notion of Organisational Learning. This a space in which to think well and craft a way forward and to build a set of collective principles that will guide us on the journey ahead.

Programme Outline:
  1. Introduction to the Lego Serious Play Method
  2. Current state of organisational Learning
  3. Challenges and Obstacles
  4. Building the Ideal Future State
  5. Four Forces Framework to Unlock Future organisational value
  6. Constructing a Future Learning Manifesto - Guiding Principles in Lego

About the Facilitator:


Elaine Rumboll is the Managing Director of the Creative Leadership Consultancy, a professor of Play at the Western Orthodox university, the former dean of Damelin Management school and previous director of Executive Education at UCT Graduate School of Business, a seasoned Leadership Development program designer and facilitator and a Master Lego Serious Play practitioner.

OD pre-conference Workshop 2

ORGNANISATIONAL DIAGNOSIS WORKSHOP

People who do not have experience of an organisational diagnosis project might think that all one needs to do is compile a questionnaire and distribute it to employees to gather data or conduct a few interviews. Those with more experience will know that the project needs to be planned carefully, requires many thoughtful decisions and consists of quite a number of activities. It requires resources such as people with certain skills and knowledge. It involves timing, scheduling, ethical and privacy considerations and has cost implications. In this workshop, the activities pertaining to an organisational diagnosis project will be addressed. Both qualitative and quantitative surveys will be tackled in a South African context against an international background.

This hands-on, practical and engaging workshop will allow you to dive-deep into specific topics which will build skills and offer practical take away tools that can be immediately applied in your day-to-day work. Skills or concepts are taught, demonstrated or explored, and they are embedded with active participation and active learning. Interaction and participation are vital parts of this workshop.

Workshop objectives

  • To provide participants with the knowledge to plan an organisational diagnosis.
  • To provide participants with the knowledge and skills to choose the best assessment tools.
  • To provide participants with the knowledge and skills to promote the survey and how to select software packages.
  • To provide participants with the background of how to engage in the analysing and interpretation of survey results.
  • To provide participants with the knowledge and background on the best practices for feedback and action planning.
  • Offer participants insights into some typical interventions

Who should attend

  • OD Professionals
  • Human Resources managers
  • Training managers
  • Human Resource practitioners
  • Human Resource consultants
  • Survey practitioners
  • Managers involved in organisational diagnosis

Programme Outline: (if there is no space you can delete the bullet point and leave just the headings)

1. The Planning Phase
  • Justification for conducting a diagnosis
  • Framing of the diagnosis project and linking it to business
  • Planning and coordinating an organisational diagnosis
  • Identify stakeholders and managing resistance

2. Developing and Sourcing Assessment Instruments
  • Collecting quantitative and qualitative data
  • Choosing the best assessment tools
  • How to develop your own survey instrument
  • How to use focus groups

3. Survey Administration Process
  • Promoting your survey
  • Sampling of the population
  • Using survey software packages, distribution and collection methods
  • Managing the survey process

4. Analysing, Interpreting and Reporting of Results
  • Pre-requisite before reporting
  • Reporting the results (quantitative and qualitative)
  • How to use benchmark results
  • Clarifying the survey results (interviews and focus groups)

5. Feedback and Action Planning
  • Presentation of the survey results
  • Using diagnostic models for feedback
  • Creating a firm foundation for action planning
  • Evaluation and follow-up on planned actions – a model and process

5. Feedback and Action Planning
  • Presentation of the survey results
  • Using diagnostic models for feedback
  • Creating a firm foundation for action planning
  • Evaluation and follow-up on planned actions – a model and process

6. Interventions and Conclusions
  • Learning points
  • Typical interventions and action research model
  • Conclusions

About the facilitators




PROF NICO MARTINS, Research Professor at the Department of Industrial and Organisational Psychology at the University of South Africa (Unisa) Nico specialises in the field of organisational psychology. His fields of expertise are organisational development and change. Together with Ellen Martins they started Organisational Diagnostics CC more than 20 years ago. They have participated in more than 500 qualitative and quantitative organisational survey projects and have surveyed Southern African and international organisations. A number of his masters and doctoral students have utilised this research for further research. He has extensive knowledge in the fields of organisational assessments and interventions. He is the co-editor and author of several books, chapters and articles in his field of expertise.



DR ELLEN CAROLINE MARTINS, Management consultant at Organisational Diagnostics Ellen has participated in more than 500 organisational diagnosis projects in her capacity as survey consultant. She is also an on-line mentor to Master’s and doctorate students at UnIsa. She holds a D Litt et Phil in Information Science, which focused on an inter-disciplinary study in Knowledge Management, Organisational Behaviour and Organisational Development on the topic of knowledge retention. Ellen obtained a Masters degree (cum laude) and completed an Advance program in Organisational Development with distinction. She is an inter-disciplinary researcher and author who has published 19 articles, 5 chapters in books, mostly as first author, and has presented papers at several international conferences and national conferences on her work. She was the Highly Commended Award winner of the 2012 emerald/eFMd Outstanding doctoral Research awards in the Knowledge Management category. Her article entitled “Organizational and behavioral factors that influence knowledge retention” published in Journal of Knowledge Management was chosen as a Highly Commended Award Winner at the Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2013.

REGISTRATION OPTIONS


REGISTRATION FEES
  Price (Excl. VAT)
OD conference and pre-conference workshop | 20 to 22 February 2018
Early Bird special till 22 Dec 2017 R11 900 (you save R2 100)
R14 00.00
OD pre-conference workshop only |  20 February
Early Bird special till 22 Dec 2017 R3 485 (you save R615)
 
R4 100.00
OD two-day conference only | 21 and 22 February
Early Bird special till 22 Dec 2017 R9 690 (you save R1710)

R11 400.00

Please note:

  • Payment must be received prior to attendance
  • Registration fees include refreshments, lunch, parking and seminar materials
SETA grants and accreditation requirements

Many of our delegates enquire about the accreditation of our events. There is a misconception that organisations qualify for SETA grants only for accredited programmes. This is not correct. The payment of SETA grants is regulated by the Government Gazette, no. 9867, Vol. 570, 3 December 2012, no. 35940. These Regulations clearly state that the SETAs “must allocate a mandatory grant to a levy paying employer” that has submitted a WSP and ATR by the regulated date, has provided all the information required in the regulated template, and is up to date with skills levy payments. Furthermore, the template in the Regulations (Section C: Skills Development) allows employers to include ALL planned training in the report; not only accredited programmes.



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Sponsorship and exhibition:

Various sponsorship packages are available

Contact Keel Heubner for more information +27 (21) 556 7663 | keel@avenue.co.za


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Register 3 delegates and the 4th delegate attends free of charge!

Special discount for registered NPO’s, small businesses (30 or less employees) & full-time lecturers at universities contact us for more information!


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