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Definition

The MICT Seta provides training on short courses through:
  1. Skills Programmes and
  2. Vendor Specific Programmes

1. SKILLS PROGRAMMES
What is a Skills Programme?
A skills programme is a set or cluster of unit standards gathered from a qualification, combined to form a short course with credits.

Why Skills Programmes?
The skills programmes are often implemented to meet the needs of the employer to enhance employees’ knowledge for a particular skill.

Skills programme can culminate into a qualification when an interested learner continues to pursue the completion of the remaining unit standards. Training is offered by an accredited provider. At the end of the training learners receive a Statement of Results.

Like the Learnerships, skills programmes are implemented by employers for both employed and unemployed learners.

2. VENDOR SPECIFIC PROGRAMMES
What is a Vendor Specific Programme?
The Vendor Specific Programmes are short courses that are industry centred based on international exams.

Why Vendor Specific Programmes?
These programmes are designed to meet the global technological advancement in specific multinational companies or in some local business units that are using such technology for operation.

The following list of programmes is implemented through the MICT Seta and is not inclusive to:
  1. Microsoft Programmes
  2. HP ATTI and
  3. Oracle
 
 
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