AgriSkills Transfer was established in 2004 for training mainly in the Agricultural Sector (Primary and Secondary). AgriSkills Transfer focuses on skills development on a national level. We are fully accredited with AgriSETA. The Head Office is situated in Groenkloof, Tshwane from where our training services are coordinated for associates in all provinces. All our learning materials are developed on the SAQA system. We took a business decision to align with Outcomes-Based Education (OBE) and to develop our courses according to the National Qualifications Framework (NQF). We have the capacity and expertise to offer learnerships and short courses in Agriculture and other disciplines and have trained a considerable number of learners.
AgriSkills Transfer has the capacity and infrastructure to keep records and maintain an administrative system that will support a basic quality management system (QMS) so that it is possible to audit the training effectively.
AgriSkills Transfer has the expertise to assist experts in specific fields with the development of materials for their field of training. Learning material is adapted for the needs of the client.
AgriSkills Transfer forms associations with other providers to assist in the provision of expertise in special fields. We have offices in all the provinces and can manage projects as required on site.
|AgriSkills Transfer's training staff are qualified and registered at AgriSETA as Education, Training and Development Practitioners (ETDP) facilitators and assessors.||
They have practical experience of assessments and they are used to training and assessing learners in their field of expertise.
As new associates join the company we first give them a complete course on SAQA and the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) to ensure that they understand the system. They are briefed on the Skills Acts. We then train them as assessors and quality assure their training skills before allowing them to do training. Thus we believe that they understand the training methodologies, the training cycles, and how to conduct all forms of assessments.
The ratio of learners per facilitator is 1:25 or less where possible. The economics of scale will give us the ration used in special cases.