Service Providers

Service Providers

Skills Development and Training
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Danshaw provides a fully inclusive Labour Law(IR) and HR service to employers across all market segments and various industries. We are committed to offering precise and strategically tailored solutions, through a team of highly qualified specialists dedicated to optimising our clients’ investments in human capital.

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Skills Development in South Africa is governed under the Skills Development Act 97 of 1998, which has subsequently been amended a number of times. The national government’s Department of Higher Education and Training is responsible for managing and developing all higher education and skills development training. The current Minister is Dr Blade Nzimande.

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Our commitment to inclusion, diversity and smarter education for an empowered future cuts the path for our 21st Century Knowledge X-Change Centres of Learning Excellence. We use progressive technologies and integrated methodologies for improved outcome based education, assuring our clients’ peace of mind, from start to finish.

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The Association for Skills Development in South Africa (ASDSA) is a Section 21 company that represents skills development practitioners and skills development administrators, which includes facilitators, assessors, moderators and training providers. Members are required to abide by a code of conduct and a constitution.

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Our range of programmes is based on the list of critical and scarce skills as identified by the South African Government, but at the same time we are constantly seeking to improve and expand on these programmes to ensure we stay current and even ahead of the ever-changing needs in the industry.