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 Events, Workshops and Important Dates
Gauteng Province Master Skills Plan Workshop
The Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) is in the process of developing the Gauteng Master Skills Plan for the next five years (2015-2020). You are cordially invited to attend a 2 (two) day Gauteng Master Skills Plan Workshop hosted by the Gauteng Department of Education on Wednesday, 29 July 2015 and Thursday, 30 July 2015 at the Greenside High School.
- Topic: Gauteng Master Skills Plan 2015-2020
- Date: Tuesday and Wednesday, 29 and 30th July 2015
- Time: 08h30am-16h30pm
- Venue: Greenside High School, Geers Avenue, Greenside, Johannesburg, 2193
Your participation will ensure stakeholder participation, input and buy-in that is critical to ensure the successful implementation of the Gauteng Master Skills Plan.
Registration for QEP Workshop
Dear Private Higher Education Institution Provider, you are herewith invited to register for the CHE Quality Enhancement Project Workshop (please refer to linked document)
Please choose an option ( 1 or 2) and follow the link in order to register for the appropriate workshop. Take note that the registration will close on the 30th of July 2015. Refer to the document on information with regard to cost and payment.
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Latest News from APPETD
Provisional Skill Development Forum – Gauteng report
FROM THE DESK OF THE CEO
As you are aware APPETD is represented on, inter alia, the PSDF – Gauteng where we look after the interest of private providers.
I attended the workshop held on the 17th April 2015 and was motivated by the interesting discussion around skill development and the various platforms of access thereto. The need to utilise the service of private providers for an ever increasing demand of skills that will ensure employability was mentioned on more than one occasion and hence our role is becoming much more important in delivering QUALITY EDUCATION AND TRAINING that is MEASURABLE by means of the THROUGHPUT RATE and the final mark of distinction is the EMPLOYABILITY of the graduate. Please find attached the workshop report.