APPETD was established in 1997 as an alliance of the Association of Private Colleges of South Africa (APCSA), Association of Private Distance Colleges (APDEC), Association of Technical Providers (ATP), and INPROV. APPETD has a profound understanding of the different forms of education provisioning in South Africa. APPETD renders services that are specifically aimed at the needs and interests of its members and private providers as a whole. The specific needs include face to face, distance learning, Adult Basic Education (ABET), Early childhood Development (ECD), and Health Education.
Latest News from APPETD
NC (V) 2015 Supplementary Examinations Closing Date
The closing date for the NC (V) 2015 supplementary examinations has been extended to 26 January 2015. All entries must reach the Chief Directorate: National Examinations and Assessment by 16:00 on Monday, 26 January 2015.
Kindly note that:
ALL NC (V) CANDIDATES WHO HAVE PENDING / OUTSTANDING RESULTS OR WHO HAVE NOT YET RECEIVED THE OUTCOME OF A RE-MARK / RE-CHECK PROCESS FOR THE NOVEMBER 2014 EXAMINATION CYCLE MUST BE REGISTERED FOR THE 2015 SUPPLEMENTARY EXAMINATION CYCLE AS NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED.
Notice of Legislative Amendments
Herewith please find a notice from the Directorate of Private Colleges from the Department of Higher Education and Training pertaining to a notice of Legislative Amendments as published in the Government Gazette No. 38072, Volume 592 on 8 October 2014.
Launch of the Gauteng Provincial Skills Development Forum
The APPETD attended the launch of the Gauteng Provincial Skills Development Forum being invited as a stakeholder. As a valued APPETD member we want to share with you a strategy I believe will auger well in building relations at a provincial level with government.
Latest Events, Workshops and Important Dates
Constituency Capacity Building Workshop CPT - 11 Feb 2015
APPETD will be conducting capacity building workshops nationally focusing on Quality Assurance and Best Practice Principles. These workshops are funded from the National Skills Fund and hence no cost implication to you, the provider. Please find attached the programme and registration form to be completed and submitted to the APPETD office by the 9 February 2015.
We look forward to engaging with you and together, as private providers, deliver quality education and an employable student, giving private providers the distinct mark of excellence.
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Introducing Supply Chain Network
Economic and Employment growth are amongst the biggest challenges facing South Africa today. Government has a clear objective of solving these challenges through the growth and development of a healthy and sustainable SMME sector. To achieve this, government is looking to big business, state-owned-enterprises and public departments to channel billions of Rands in procurement expenditure to SMMEs in order to promote the development of this sector.
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