Having built a reputation in the industry for its superior training techniques, learner support and innovative implementation strategies, TDI strives to bridge the skills gap and provide the South African Youth with opportunities to gain the fundamental knowledge and skills needed to secure employment and build a career.
Our network of like-minded, reputable Channel Partners, enables us to offer a diverse portfolio of services, across most regions and business sectors, each tailored to suit the client’s needs and requirements throughout each stage of the employee life cycle – attracting, developing, and retaining talent.
Our accredited training division’s primary accreditation lies with Services SETA, and our extension of scope allows us to offer nationally recognised qualifications across numerous business sectors, by means of Learnerships or Skills Programmes, led by subject matter experts.
We work with selected team members to optimize workflow and increase performance and value to the organization. TDI equips individuals with the tools and techniques to confidently enter the working world, and in turn, provide significant value to their organisation.
TDI assists clients with the full recruitment process; from sourcing, to training, assessments and moderation, work experience, and placements of candidates.
TDI is also able to complete a full range of background checks for candidates that are successfully placed on our programmes.
Our team works with clients across multiple business sectors, and has successfully implemented and managed programmes across a variety of SETA’s, including:
Wholesale & Retail SETA
Manufacturing, Engineering and Related Services SETA
Construction Education and Training Authority SETA
Media, Advertising, Information and Communication Technologies SETA
Education Training and Development Practices SETA
Financial and Accounting Services SETA
Food and Beverage Manufacturing Industry SETA
Health and Welfare SETA
Local Government SETA
WSP and ATR Assistance:
TDI assists clients with compiling and submitting Workplace Skills Plans (WSP) and Annual Training Reports (ATR). WSP’s are compiled to identify the skills needs in an organization and describe the various skills development interventions that will be implemented to address these needs.
The WSP is submitted annually, by a registered Skills Development Facilitator (SDF), to the SETA with which the organization is registered. The WSP enables organizations to access and apply with SETA for Mandatory Grants that become available.
The organization is required to document the Skills Interventions that have been implemented in order to address the skills gaps that have been identified in the WSP.
This is recorded in the form of an Annual Training Report (ATR).