Accreditations, Endorsements & Recognition
African Institute is proud to have thus far achieved the following recognition, which is endorsed and/or recognised by the following professional bodies:
Southern African Society for Quality (SASQ)
A professional body representing: Quality, Environment, Health & Safety and SHEQ Professionals, growing leaders in Quality in Africa with a vision “that all people in Africa will be part of the SASQ Quality Community”.
SASQ is committed to promoting, sharing, generating and communicating relevant quality information to all members of the society so as to improve their quality of life and/or enhancing their effectiveness in the work place.
Health & Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority (HWSeta)
The Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority (HWSETA) endeavours to create an integrated approach to the development and provision of appropriately skilled health and social development workers, to render quality services comparable to world class standards.
The HWSETA exists to achieve the following within the health, social development and veterinary sectors:
- Develop and implement the Sector Skills Plan
- Skills development planning, programmes and initiatives
- Monitoring of education and training
- Identification of workplaces for practical work experience
- Support and facilitate the development of the National Skills Development Strategy
- Disbursement of levies collected
- Forge links with all stakeholders and relevant bodies
- Account for the effective and efficient use of public monies in line with the provisions of the Public Finance Management Act
- Promotion of the employment of disabled persons
Media, Information and Communication Technologies Sector Education and Training Authority (MICT SETA)
The Media, Information and Communication Technologies Sector Education and Training Authority (MICT SETA) is a public entity established in terms of the Skills Development Act, 1998 (Act No. 97 of 1998). The MICT SETA plays a pivotal role in achieving South Africa’s skills development and economic growth within the sub-sectors it operates namely; Advertising, Film and Electronic Media, Electronics, Information Technology and Telecommunications.
The MICT SETA partners with industry, Universities and TVET colleges (both public and private) amongst others in the delivery of respective learning programmes in its endeavour to address identified scarce skills. Its commitment to expand and improve provision of skills development for SMMEs and rural communities contributes towards addressing the requisite skills immeasurably. Credibility of the data used for skills planning and partnering with stakeholders in scoping their skills development needs and priorities remains a priority for the SETA. This ensures effective implementation of demand-driven learning programmes that serve as effective bridges into the world of work.