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MCINTOSH XABA& ASSOCIATES INTRODUCTION TO LED 21 – 24 June 2011 This Skills Programme is a building block towards the LED qualification at NQF level 5 and is targeted at currently employed staff working in the field of Local Economic Development with the following purpose:  To promote the development of LED related knowledge and skills  To close identified knowledge and skills gaps  To promote the professional development of municipal staff. There are 6 Skills Programmes within the LED Learn
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    BBaacckkggrroouunndd::  This Skills Programme is a building blocktowards the LED qualification at NQF level5 and is targeted at currently employedstaff working in the field of LocalEconomic Development with the followingpurpose:    To promote the development of LEDrelated knowledge and skills    To close identified knowledge andskills gaps    To promote the professionaldevelopment of municipal staff.There are 6 Skills Programmes within theLED Learnership. Successful completion of all of these (which can be done in thespace of a year) will result in receiving fullaccreditation for the LED Learnership atNQF level 5. It is also possible to attendone of our programmes and decide fromthere if you wish to pursue the entirelearnership. Each skills programme is 4days long.This Skills Programme will buildknowledgeable and skilled employees whoare able to contribute to improvedproductivity and efficiency within the localgovernment sphere. It will provide themeans for current employees to upgradetheir skills and to ultimately achieve anationally recognized qualification. AApppprrooaacchh::  Each week-long skills Programme is highlyinteractive. The facilitator will presentconcepts and guide discussion, butparticipants will be encouraged andexpected to contribute to group learningby linking the concepts discussed withtheir own work experience. Specificlearning methods include shortPowerPoint presentations, group workexercises, case studies, and participatoryactivities in plenary . MM CC II NNTTOOSSHH  XX AABBAA &&   AA SSSSOOCCIIAATTEESS   LL OOCCAALL  GG OOVVEERRNNMMEENNTT  TT RRAAIINNIINNGGFFOORR  RR EESSUULLTTSS  OO RRIIEENNTTAATTEEDD  PP EERRFFOORRMMAANNCCEE   CCoonntteenntt::  This skills programme presents South Africa’s national LED strategies, in particular the National LED Framework. It then considersinternational trends in conceptual approaches to LED & examines theWorld Bank model. Lessons learnt from international trends areapplied to the South African context. The linkages between the IDP & LED strategy are explored in depth, taking into account the relevanceof spatial development & infrastructure planning as well as specificgovernment support funds. In addition, the process & supportsystems required to manage the LED process are outlined . OOuuttccoommeess::  Upon successful completion of the module participants will:    Understand the evolution of LED in South Africa & the thinkingthat underpins current LED efforts    Be familiar with the most important governmental policies,strategies, & support funds relating to LED, particularly theNational LED Framework    Appreciate the strengths & weaknesses of some of the commonapproaches to LED around the world such as the World Bankmodel    Understand & be able to capitalise on the linkages between LED & Integrated Development Planning IINNTTRROODDUUCCTTIIOONNTTOOLLEEDD  2211   – – 2244JJuunnee22001111  “The team from MXA are very thorough & extremely knowledgeable. The programmeis very stimulating & has given me a wealth of knowledge” Anushka Makka,uThungulu District Municipality   AAuuddiieennccee::  The course is aimed at officials who are working in LED. However, asthe material will be of interest to a much broader audience anyone isfree to attend as long as they meet the entrance requirements. Thelanguage used for the training is English.   EEnnttrraanncceeR R eeqquuiirreemmeennttss::  Participants who wish to be assessed must have Matric (FETC orequivalent qualification), and/or 5 years of relevant work experience.Learners should also be competent in Communication (NQF 4) andComputer Literacy (NQF 3). For those who do not want to beassessed there are no entry requirements. AAccccrreeddiittaattiioonn::  MXA is accredited by the Local Government SETA. This particulartraining is aligned to the following unit standards:    110487: Describe and explain national and provincial strategiesand policies relevant to local economic development. (6 credits).    110485: Describe and explain a range of international trends ineconomic development. (6 credits).    110498: Identify and explain the process, institutional aspectsand a support system for IDP. (8 credits).    14525: Present an informed argument on a current issue in abusiness sector. (5 credits).Participants who complete their assignments and are declaredcompetent will receive a certificate of competence and gain 25 creditstowards the qualification in Local Economic Development at NQF Level5 .  MM CC II NNTTOOSSHH  XX AABBAA &&   AA SSSSOOCCIIAATTEESS   LL OOCCAALL  GG OOVVEERRNNMMEENNTT  TT RRAAIINNIINNGGFFOORR  RR EESSUULLTTSS  OO RRIIEENNTTAATTEEDD  PP EERRFFOORRMMAANNCCEE   IImmppoorrttaannttIInnf f oorrmmaattiioonn::  VVeennuuee  The MXA training venue is at 195 Umhlanga Rocks, Durban North, KZN. Alternatively if there is a group of 15 or morelearners in your area interested in doing the training, we could run it at a venue that suits you. Please call us todiscuss the option that suits you.   CCoosstt  The cost to attend 1 skills programme is R5000 excl vat (this includes all learning materials, assessment lunches andteas during the training as well as learner support). If there are 3 or more people attending from one municipality ororganisation a discount of 10% is given. If you decide to sign up for the entire learnership (i.e. 6 skills programmes) a10% discount on the overall price is also offered (though note that the former discount of 10% does not apply) whichis a total of R27 000 excl VAT. If you would like us to run this training in your municipality, district or province (ratherthan attending training here in Durban) we can also do this at a greatly discounted rate. Please let us know if youwould like a quote for this. R R eeggiissttrraattiioonn  A maximum of 25 places is available. Payments to: Std Bank cheque account 051276577, Musgrave Rd Branch; Reference: Surname/ organisation/ municipality/ dept. Please fax/ email a proof of payment. Uponreceiving your registration form you will be invoiced. Please note that payment must be received before the trainingcommences. If the learner cancels their registration within 2 weeks of the training the learner will be reimbursed theirfees. Cancellations within 1 week (7 days) of training will not be reimbursed and the full fee will be due.  CClloossiinnggDDaattee  The closing date for registration forms is 1 week before the commencement of the training . Participants willbe notified on this day if the workshop is cancelled.  CCoonnttaacctt::  Sne Makhanya, sne@mxa.co.za;Tel: 031 811 6855 / 031 563 4335 Fax: 031 563 4334  AAccccoommmmooddaattiioonn::  Limited accommodation at the venue is available at Tudor House Inn R550 per night (including dinner, bed andbreakfast). See www.tudorhouseinn.co.za,or call 031 811 5394 / 072 563 7621 UUppccoommiinnggIIDDPP((NNQQFF55))TTrraaiinniinnggiinnDDuurrbbaannNNoorrtthh  How to develop anLED strategy 19 – 22 July 2011The workshop looks at the different components of an LED strategy and how they all fittogether. A range of tools used to conduct a local economy assessment are presented.The importance of using data and local research in formulating an LED strategy isdiscussed including different sources and types of data, as well as how to analysethese. Facilitation & Coaching in an LEDcontext 15 – 19 August 2011The workshop aims to equip participants with the communication and coaching skills tofacilitate successful participatory development initiatives. Both the facilitation andcoaching skills are discussed specifically in an environment of Local EconomicDevelopment, yet anyone working, or interested in the field of development couldbenefit from the training Please note that we can also hold a workshop in your area catered around your specific needs.    TToorreeggiisstteerrLLEEDDTTrraaiinniinnggaattNNQQFFlleevveell55,,pplleeaasseef f iilllliinntthheef f oolllloowwiinnggbbrriieef f  f f oorrmmiinnf f uullll::  Name: I would like to register for (please tick):Intro to LEDThe LED Learnership NQF 5Title: Organisation / Municipality:Designation: Work Postal Add:Home Postal Add Telephone:Email: Cell phone:Fax: Municipal Order Number:ID Number: VAT Number:Highest Level of Education: Special Dietary Requirements:Please describe your previous LED Experience Declaration of intent: I understand that by filling in and signing this form I am committing to attend the Intro to LEDtraining (4 day skills programme). I am/am not (please circle) doing this course foraccreditation purposes. I understand clearly that by signing this form I am committing toattend. Should I not be able to attend, a two weeks written notice will be forwarded to MXA,failing this full payment will be made.Learner name:Signature: Details of person who will process payment: Name & Designation:Email:Phone/fax number: Details of the person authorizing ______________________________ (learner’s name) attendance at this training: Name & Designation:Email:Phone/fax number:
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