What is Skills Development?
Skills shortages are a key threat to the future growth of South African businesses. We believe that companies should have a suitable skills development plan to optimise the technologies that are deployed, systematically developing employees to address the skills gap as a great way to achieve empowered human capital.
Corporate Training Unlimited provides consultative training and development solutions to corporate organisations, government, SMME’s, technology partners and vendor partners.
We offer one, two, and three-year qualifications with classes in the evenings & Saturdays. Upon completion, the learner will obtain a national qualification and international certification.
*Selected programmes offer self-paced options where Hybrid learning applies.
- Vocational qualifications: 2 evenings a week and 2 Saturdays per month.
- Technical diplomas: 3 evenings a week and 2 Saturdays per month.
A learnership is a work-based route to obtaining a qualification. It is an education and training programme comprising both structured practical workplace (on-the-job) experience and structured theoretical training. The duration of a learnership is approximately twelve months and results in a full national qualification. CTU has over 14 registered ICT learnerships up to NQF Level 5 up to NQF Level 6.
One of the major benefits of a learnership to a company is the impact on the skills development aspect of your B-BBEE scorecard. CTU Training Solutions has B-BBEE experts available to assist in ensuring that learnership interventions are implemented in a manner that maximises the B-BBEE scorecard. Points are based on a Generic Scorecard.
These are skills-based and vendor-specific courses (non-credit bearing). International certifications are available to certain relevant courses.
Through the Microsoft Office 365 platform, CTU uses Teams as a virtual classroom to deliver lecturer-led, interactive teaching virtually. Teams allow lecturing staff to facilitate a training session live to participants with a whiteboard and recording capability. Participants will be expected to attend the practical, group, and lab classes on campus a minimum of two days a week as per the campus schedule. Participant support sessions with the facilitator will also take place on a one-on-one basis, either virtually or physically at the campus per appointment or per the academic schedule.