All training material is aligned to the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA).
• Qualification / Skills Programmes and Unit Standards is registered with the Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA).
•Classroom training will be conducted by a qualified facilitator and Subject matter expert (SME).
•Learner POE’s will be assessed by a qualified assessor and internally moderated by a qualified moderator.
•Logika Academy will request external moderation from the relevant SETA after completion of the internally moderation.
•Credits will be captured on the relevant SETA’s NSDMS.
•Learners will receive Statement of Results (SOR) from the relevant SETA.
•Logika Academy will issue Certificate of Competence to the learner.
Logika Academy has obtained accreditation on the following qualifications:
NQF Level 4: Business Administration.
NQF Level 4: Generic Management.
NQF Level 4: New Venture Creation.
Logika Academy applied for extension of scope for the following qualifications with Service Seta and is awaiting approval.
NQF Level 4: Marketing.
NQF Level 4: Project Management.
Advantages / Disadvantages
Classroom based - Advantages
•It allows you to teach employees in a safe, quiet, clean environment, away from the noise and pressures of the work area.
•Training groups can be large or small.
•The classroom environment provides the important “human touch,” which is often missing in technology based training.
•Group interaction enhances learning.
•Employees learn from one another as well as from the trainer.
•The group setting also teaches employees how to interact with one another in a professional, productive, cooperative way, which is something that other forms of training often do not provide.
Classroom based - Disadvantages
•Travelling and possible accommodation to attend classes.
•Cost is higher than e-learning.
•You have to pull employees off the job, which cuts into work time and production schedules.
•If you run shifts, it’s often hard to schedule this kind of training, especially for nightshift workers.
•While the classroom environment is quiet, safe, and conducive to focused learning, it’s also remove from the equipment, processes, and materials that employees actually use on the job.
•Lack of hands-on experience is frequently an obstacle to adult learning.