WHY

WORK COURSES

 

DELIVERING 4IR LEARNING

Our training is learner centric. It occurs in an interactive, lifelike way.

Our eLearning modules incorporate a blend of teaching and assessment tools that include videos and gaming elements. Check out some of our videos here.

We offer training that is:

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Practical

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Available 24/7

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Simple and understandable

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Up to date and in line with legal requirements

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Cost effective

Our eLearning module include multiple assessments, at various stages, to the test the learners’ understanding of the content and upon completion, a certificate is issued.

We use a generous amount of practical scenarios to help the learner to understand the content and to be able to apply the learning principles. 

We have taken our combined experience as attorneys / consultants / lecturers and used it to develop these online modules that are aimed at assisting individuals to be better managers or employees and also to assist organisations to build capacity and/or competencies in the relevant areas.

Meet The Team

The Founder & Co – Author
Qaqamba Moeletsi is a practising attorney and a consultant. She is an experienced trainer and has provided training to various public and private institutions such as Urban Brew Studios, the National Home Builders Registration Council, the Development Bank of South Africa and the Auditor-General of South Africa.
Qaqamba views the online platform as an opportunity to share her extensive experience working in big organisations and dealing with various workplace issues. She is passionate about the various employment courses offered on this platform.

 

About the Co-Authors
Kgomotso Mopalami is a Lecturer at the North-West University in the School of Industrial Psychology and Human Resources Management. She has done extensive training on Organisational Ethics.  She is in the process of completing a PHD in the field of Human Resources. Kgomotso is passionate about teaching ethics and continues to be involved in various initiatives and programmes dealing with ethics. She currently provides ethics training on behalf of the SABPP.

 

About the Co-Authors
Kgomotso Mopalami is a Lecturer at the North-West University in the School of Industrial Psychology and Human Resources Management. She has done extensive training on Organisational Ethics.  She is in the process of completing a PHD in the field of Human Resources. Kgomotso is passionate about teaching ethics and continues to be involved in various initiatives and programmes dealing with ethics. She currently provides ethics training on behalf of the SABPP.

 

About the Co-Authors
Victor Mxolisi Mndebele is a seasoned employment law practitioner. He recently left a successful career as an attorney to join the Bar. He is a member of the oldest group of advocates at the Johannesburg Bar, Group 621. Victor spends most of his time presenting cases before the Labour Court and the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration. Having successfully presented many cases before Labour Court and CCMA, Victor provides useful insights and tips in the course “Presenting a case before the CCMA”.