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MICT SETA approved Blended Learning Learnership now available

  Learning solutions company iLearn has partnered with the Media Information and Communication Technologies, Sector Education and Training Authority (MICT SETA) to offer an IT learnership programme. According to iLearn, the learnership aims to help local students annually to gain an internationally recognised IT certification. MICT SETA has accredited iLearn to deliver this qualification using [...]

14th June 2017|iLearn in the News, Media Center|

Empowering people to empower others through learning

Richard Rayne always dreamed of starting his own business. As a child, he envisioned himself in a suit with briefcase in hand. Being surrounded by a family of entrepreneurs and teachers it was a natural step for him to enter into a career that encompasses both. […]

8th June 2017|iLearn in the News, Media Center|

Grow youth employment through vocational training

With more than 50 percent of the country’s youth unemployed, more focus should be placed on how young people can enter the job market without formal tertiary qualification, to contribute positively to the country’s economy. […]

19th May 2017|iLearn in the News, Media Center|

Companies need to prioritize BBBEE compliance

As calls for transformation intensify, it's becoming increasingly important for companies to prioritise BBBEE compliance, and skills development. CEO of iLearn, Richard Rayne, joins Moneyline to discuss further.  

13th April 2017|iLearn in the News, Media Center, Uncategorised|

How to make the SETAs work for your business

Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs) are primarily funded by the skills development levies paid by South African companies with payrolls of over R500 000. However, companies narrowly viewing the SETA governing their industry just through the lens of compliance may very well be missing out on optimising on the various benefits built into their [...]

27th March 2017|iLearn in the News, Media Center|

WSPs and ATRs are more than just a necessary act of compliance

Companies participating in Skills Development initiatives are required to submit their Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) and Annual Training Reports (ATR) by 28 April 2017. There are many benefits to viewing this as much more than just a necessary act of compliance. Smart and strategic skills development earns actual financial rebates for your business. Every year, [...]

3rd March 2017|iLearn in the News, Media Center|

Invest in self development

As with every year, the start of 2017 sees a fresh crop of matriculants setting out on their paths to entertaining the job market. With current Millennials already active in a highly competitive market, it is unlikely that by the time our newest matrics enter the formal sector, they will arrive at an enabling environment, because [...]

26th January 2017|iLearn in the News, Media Center|

Millennials have the power to change the status quo of youth unemployment

Listen to iLearn's Managing Director, Richard Rayne, talk to Ashraf Garda on SAFM's Afternoon Talk about this topic: The advantages of up skilling a Millennial; How learning online offers many benefits; How to find the resources and opportunities to go out and learn. Click on iLearn on SA FM for the broadcast.

26th January 2017|iLearn in the News, Media Center|

War on talent

Decades have now distanced businesses from the idea that their access to labour and investment in machinery would give them the competitive edge.  Instead, in the modern knowledge era, it is the ability to attract, develop and retain skills and harness latest technologies that are the driving forces behind commercial success across industries. Keeping abreast [...]

15th November 2016|iLearn in the News, Media Center|

Impact of learnership tax incentives on business and the economy

Treasury has proposed a two-year extension of the employment tax incentive, and a five-year extension of the learnership tax incentive, both of which it says, have yielded positive results. Richard Rayne, CEO of iLearn on Learnerships unpacks this. Click here to view the video.

4th November 2016|iLearn in the News, Media Center|