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Feedback Techniques(HRD) Having difficult conversations is a part of all managers role, and is often the art you hate most. Method, not Magic, will give you the confidence you need to do feedback when it is needed in an effective and positive manner. 0.00 09/09/2020 05/07/2021 4
Outlook on the Web This is training on how to use Outlook on the Web. 0.00 27/10/2020 30/11/2020 5
Excel for the Web This is a compendium of guides on Excel for the Web. 0.00 28/10/2020 30/11/2020 5
PowerPoint for the Web Learn to use PowerPoint to make your next presentation awesome! 0.00 29/10/2020 07/05/2021 5
Module 02: Energizers and Programming Online Course This is an ONLINE Course and covers the electronic side of security energizers. It will include an introduction to the range of Nemtek Security energizers and the programming thereof as well as energizer specifications. This is a hands on course and is recommended to everyone involved in the installation and programming of energizers. YOU NEED TO HAVE AN ENERGIZER WITH YOU TO COMPLETE THE ASSESSMENT, Outcome: - You will be able to identify Nemtek energizers and their specifications - Interpret the installer and user manuals - Programme an energizer - Connect both high and low voltage cables to the energizer - Test and determine faults on an energizer and if necessary repair the energizer. 0.00 11/11/2020 14/09/2021 6
OneDrive: Getting started 0.00 12/11/2020 30/11/2020 5
Time Management A tool to help you manage your busy day 0.00 16/11/2020 16/11/2020 4
Microsoft Teams Training 0.00 17/11/2020 30/11/2020 5
Microsoft Forms We will be moving over to 365 in the next few weeks and this course will assist you in how to build forms. 0.00 11/12/2020 04/01/2021 5
Module 03 This module will introduce you to the Multi- zone systems, networkable energizers and programming thereof. The different forms of communication, Druid network IO cards together with the Druid controller and software used for PC computer interaction. Outcome: - You will be able to offer various types of multi zone network system solutions - Identify the correct product and calculate costs - Configure a network (star or daisy chain) - Identify the different forms of communication RS485, Fibre, Ethernet or wireless. 0.00 11/01/2021 09/03/2021 6
Module 4: Animal Management and Control. This module will introduce you to permanent and portable agricultural electric fencing. This includes agri posts, fence wire, ropes, tapes and all fence accessories as well as Agri energizers (mains, battery and or solar powered) Outcome: - You will be able to identify Nemtek energizers and their specifications - Interpret the installer and user manuals - Programme an energizer - Connect both high and low voltage cables to the energizer - Test and determine faults on an energizer and if necessary repair the energizer. 0.00 11/01/2021 08/10/2021 6
Presenting and Training Skills Expert Training and Presentations It isn't just expert knowledge that is important! As anyone who had a bad teacher in the school will attest to, all the knowledge in the world won't help you if you don't know how to impart your wisdom to others. Great trainers know how to run great sessions. They know how to plan courses or meetings, speak to delegates, answer questions, explain the difficult to understand bits in a clear and patient manner, encourage participation and ensure return on the investment of the delegates time spent with you. 0.00 12/01/2021 12/05/2021 6
POPI Act This will be a quick refresher, for when you need it. 0.00 13/01/2021 15/10/2021 4
Managing Misconduct and Poor Work Performance Course outcome • Have a clear understanding on how to manage Poor Performance in the Workplace • Be able to differentiate between Poor Performance and Disciplinary Procedures • Be able to conduct Counselling Procedures/ Sessions Reference Source: Labour Guide 0.00 21/01/2021 14/09/2021 4
Chairing Disciplinary Hearings Table of contents Module 1: What is a dismissal? 1. Definition 2. Unlawful and unfair dismissals Module 2: The Code of Good Practice - Dismissal Module 3: Dismissal for misconduct 1. Introduction 2. Guidelines in cases of dismissal for misconduct: Item 7 of the Code 2.1. Is there a rule? 2.2. Was the employee aware of the rule? 2.3. Did the employee contravene the rule? 2.4. Is the rule or standard a valid or reasonable rule or standard? 2.4.1. Validity 2.4.2. Reasonableness 2.5. Was dismissal an appropriate sanction? 2.5.1. Gravity of the contravention 2.5.2. Reasons for not dismissing: has the rule been consistently applied? 2.5.3. Reasons for not dismissing: factors that may justify a different sanction Employee’s circumstances Nature of the job Circumstances of the contravention Module 4: Fair procedure 1. Introduction 1.1. The right to be informed of the charges 1.1.1. Charges must be clear 1.1.2. No splitting or duplication of charges 1.2. The right to a proper opportunity to prepare 1.3. The employee’s right to be heard and to present a defense 1.4. The right to be fairly judged 1.5. Suspension 1.6. The disciplinary hearing 1.7. Conduct of the chairperson and bias 1.8. Changing the finding of the chairperson on appeal 1.9. Double jeopardy Module 5: Electing a chairperson Module 6: Specific types of misconduct 1. Introduction 1.1. Derivative misconduct 1.2. Misconduct outside the workplace 2. Absence without leave or permission 2.1. Absenteeism 2.2. Abscondment 2.3. Desertion 2.4. Imprisoned employees 3. Failure to inform the employer of the reasons for absence 4. Abusive language and racist remarks 5. Abuse of sick leave 6. Assault 7. Competing with the employer / conflict of interest 8. Damage to property 9. Negligence 10. Disclosing confidential information 11. Dishonesty 12. Alcohol and drugs 13. Falsification 14. Fraud 15. Bringing the employer’s name into disrepute 16. Insolence/insubordination 17. Refusal to work overtime 18. Sexual harassment 19. Sleeping on duty 20. Theft/unauthorised possession Module 7: Evidence and findings in disciplinary hearings 1. Leading and testing evidence and versions 2. The opening statement 3. Evidence in chief 4. Cross-examination 5. Re-examination 6. Written statements Module 8: Evaluating evidence Module 9: Evaluating evidence and making a finding 1. Evidentiary burden 2. Evidence: sources, types and admissibility 2.1. Site inspections or inspection in loco 2.2. Customers and suppliers 2.3. Written statements and affidavits 2.4. Probative material 2.4.1. Oral evidence 2.4.2. Real evidence - photographs electronic evidence and video tapes 2.5. Admissibility and weight of evidence 2.6. Relevance of evidence 2.7. Character evidence 2.8. Similar fact evidence 2.9. Opinion evidence 2.10. Expert evidence 2.11. Previous consistent statements 2.12. Hearsay evidence 2.13. Privileged evidence 2.14. Illegally obtained evidence 2.15. Direct and circumstantial evidence 2.16. Entrapment 2.17. The cautionary rule 2.18. Admissions 2.19. Confessions 2.20. Polygraph tests Module 10: A step-by-step checklist for disciplinary hearing chairpersons • Disciplinary code • Practical exercise • The disciplinary process 0.00 27/01/2021 02/02/2021 4
Supervision and Management Skills Day 1: Introduction to management principles and practice Module 1: Unique challenges of the technical work environment – applying the Systems-thinking view of management Module 2: Applying the three (3) managerial roles • Informational • Interpersonal • Decision-making Module 3: Applying the three (3) managerial skills • Technical • Interpersonal • Conceptual Module 4: Applying the four (4) management functions • Planning • Organizing • Leading • Controlling Module 5: Improving team productivity • Systems • Work methods • Work lay-out • Job design • Work processes • Resource Management Module 6: Applying the delegation process as a supervisor Module 7: Effectively managing resources • Human • Financial • Materials and consumables • Informational • Technological • Vehicles, machinery and equipment (VEM) Module 8: Applying supervisory decision-making techniques and implementing the problem-solving process Day 2: Applying leadership best practice Module 8: People Management and Supervision of a team • Team dynamics (roles, structures, processes and behaviour) • Conflict Management • Interpersonal and relationship building skills • Management of team member conduct and discipline • Diversity and Inclusivity Module 9: Applying team leadership principles • Motivation • Communication • Empowering, coaching and developing team members Day 3: Team management and performance management Module 10: Mastering Individual and Team performance management process • Planning • Appraisal • Feedback • Development • Reward Module 11: Managing and correcting poor performance Applying the Performance Matrix • Applying the Performance Equation Module 12: Applying the Stakeholder relations process • Applying the Power-Interest Matrix Module 13: Employee Engagement Strategies • Best practice Strategies 0.00 15/02/2021 05/03/2021 4
SharePoint vs. OneDrive for Business: What’s the Difference? When you compare OneDrive vs. SharePoint, you’ll notice that they approach collaboration, file sharing, and project management in different ways. 0.00 01/03/2021 01/03/2021 5
Module 05 The South African Occupational Health and Safety act of 1993, requires that any new electric fence installed will need a Certificate of Compliance (COC). In order to issue an Electric Fence Certificate of Compliance, an installer needs to complete a registered EWSETA approved course which in turn will qualify the installer to be able to issue a COC. RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) is an assessment that takes all of your past and current experience and learning into account. The RPL assessment process offered by the Nemtek Training Academy will allow a candidate to prove competency through a portfolio of evidence (POE) and a practical assessment is performed in front of a certified EWSETA assessor. The process begins with a pre-assessment to ensure you are a suitable RPL candidate. This is followed by a 1-day workshop (Virtual or Face-to-Face) that takes you through the theory, the Act and how to compile your portfolio of evidence. Once your POE has been assessed you will be assessed with a practical demonstration. Outcome: If found competent through the RPL process, the candidate will be recognized as a certified electric fence installer with the Department of Labour (DOL) and able to issue a compliance certificate (COC). 0.00 09/03/2021 06/04/2021 6
Creating a T-shaped Team A T-shaped person is capable in many things and expert in, at least, one. As opposed to an expert in one thing (I-shaped) or a “jack of all trades, master of none” generalist, a “t-shaped person” is an expert in at least one thing but also somewhat capable in many other things. An alternate phrase for “t-shaped” is “generalizing specialist”. 0.00 09/03/2021 09/03/2021 4
Incident Investigation of Work-Related Injuries and Diseases Course Module 1: Introduction • Incident Investigation overview, purpose and applicable definitions Module 2: Enforcement authorities, negligent acts or omissions by employees and mandataries • Negligent acts or omissions by employees and mandataries • Enforcement authorities, powers and rights of inspectors Module 3: Incident Investigation history, theories and principles • Types of workplace incidents • Various safety triangles, incident ratio’s and incident probability explained • Incident cost, calculation and interpretation of injury and illness rates (lost time injuries and frequency rates, lost time injury incidence and ill-health prevalence rates) • Various domino model theories and principles • Workplace injury, illness reduction and prevention Module 4: Incident investigation preparedness • Requirements for the appointment of OHS investigators for the workplace • Gathering of facts, key investigation questions (including COVID-19) and preparing for investigations Module 5: Conducting of workplace investigations for occupational injuries and diseases (including COVID-19) Investigation steps: 1: Reporting duties • Reporting duty requirements and procedures of occupational injuries and diseases 2: Record keeping duties • Record keeping prescriptions for work related injuries and diseases 3: Initial response at the scene of an incident • Initial response at the scene of an incident, first aid, preserving and securing the scene • COVID-19 assessment of the risk of transmission to persons (contract identification, listing and follow-up) • COVID-19 assessment of the risk of transmission to surfaces (disinfection and decontamination of the workspace) 4: Investigation of the incident • The investigation team and prescribed time frame for formal investigation • Collecting the facts, physical evidence and eyewitness accounts • Conducting of interviews • Developing the narrative (sequence of events) 5: Causes of workplace incidents and prevention • Causes of workplace incidents, infection reduction and prevention (contributing factors) • Determining the causes (direct-, indirect- and root causes) • The use of the “cause and effect analysis model”, “the 5 why’s” and the “fishbone diagram” during root cause analysis 6: Report writing • Report requirements • How to analyse the facts and write an incident report • Discussion and practical examples include: - OHS Act - GAR 9 / Annexure 1 - a complete investigation register - for effective root cause analysis - a detailed investigation register for COVID-19 investigations 7: Recommendations for corrective action • How to identify, review and implement corrective actions 8: Communication of the investigation findings and recommendations • How to communicate the details of the incident, labour relations procedures and effective communication 9: Implementation • How to implement the incident recommendations 10: Evaluate effectiveness • How to do a follow up of the corrective measures 11: Ensure continues improvement • How to make changes for continues improvement Module 6: Incident investigation flow charts, symptom monitoring and management • Example of an incident investigation flow chart • Example of a COVID-19 incident investigation flow chart • Symptom monitoring and management (NDoH - prescriptions and flow charts) • How to identify high risk and low risk COVID exposures at work Module 7: Practical case study - incident investigation Purpose of the course: • The recording, reporting and investigation of work-related injuries and diseases, is a legal requirement and forms a vital part of an effective occupational health and safety system. • Accidents don’t just happen, they are caused. The purpose of incident investigation is to identify the root cause(s) of incidents in order to take corrective action(s) and to implement the necessary controls to prevent further occurrences of such events. • By attending this course delegates will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to be able to effectively record, report and investigate work-related incidents and diseases (including COVID-19 infections). Course material also includes: • Various incident flow charts, legal registers, incident reporting and investigation templates, sworn statements etc. The programme recommended for: • Appointed incident investigators, • COVID-19 compliance officers, • Health and safety practitioners, • Directors - Section 16(2) appointees, • Compliance officers and security officers, • Human resource managers, • Managers and supervisors, • Health and safety representatives and committee members, • Union representatives, • Persons involved with the day-to-day activities of health and safety. 0.00 18/03/2021 20/10/2021
Exports Sales Rep – Receipt of an Enquiry and other General Duties Promote the Nemtek brand and Range of products Give Technical Support to Customers Maintain correspondence with existing and new customers by attending to inquiries Taking orders and present quotations and proposals Follow up quotations and orders through until delivery of shipments Revive inactive customers in becoming active again Plan and maintain customer visits abroad (One week in, one week out of SA) Break new ground into new Countries and Areas Arrange and present Theoretical and Practical Training abroad Represent Nemtek at International Exhibitions 0.00 23/03/2021 15/07/2021 6
Module 1 - Installation of an electric fence This online self paced module covers all the hardware required for an installation of both wall top and free standing electric fencing, planning of the installation, choosing the correct product and calculating costs as well as an introduction to security energizers Outcome: You will be able to identify products used on an electric fence, Determine equipment required for an installation (Quotations), Plan an electric fence, Identify different wiring methods on an electric fence (Parallel & Series wiring), Understand basic definitions and legal requirements, Identify electric fence energizers and Fault finding. 0.00 24/03/2021 20/10/2021 6
Managing Day-to-Day Problem Employees 27 May 2021: Interactive Online Course Module 1: Introduction • To discipline or to counsel? Module 2: How to deal with Insubordination • Introduction to insubordination • Why do employees refuse to obey instructions? • How do we deal with this problem of refusal? Module 3: How to deal with absenteeism • Introduction to absenteeism • Company Policies, Procedures and Regulations • Absence from Work and absence from overtime worked • Absence after permission has been refused • Desertion • How do we deal with this problem of absenteeism? Module 4: Poor Work Performance • Introduction • Ill Health or Injury • Incompatibility • Poor Performance Dismissal Procedures • Guidelines in cases of dismissal for misconduct • Counselling sessions Module 5: Dismissal for misconduct • Introduction • Fair reasons for dismissal • Disciplinary procedures prior to dismissal. • Dismissal for misconduct • Fair procedure • Guidelines in cases of dismissal for misconduct Module 6: Drunkenness on duty • Introduction • Dismissal for drunkenness on duty • Testing the degrees of drunkenness • Misconduct and incapacity Module 7: Day to day issues • Medical Certificates • Probation • The payment of bonuses • Pregnancy in the workplace Objective The objective of this seminar is to give a step by step guide on how to deal with day 0.00 18/05/2021 18/05/2021 4
Guide to Prioritising Training Needs To say that our world has changed over the last year is a tremendous understatement which is true in all spheres of life, especially in the workplace. If you had to take stock of the skills you needed to do your job before the pandemic and compare it to the new set of skills you have attained since then, you will likely agree that a lot of development had to happen in a hurry to ensure you deliver despite of restrictions. This short course illustrates and emphasises how critically important it is to continue with development of staff for businesses to survive and compete in disruptive circumstances. Additionally, the need to develop our staff is further intensified by the renewed focus on Health and Safety measures required in the workplace and the compliance training requirements which accompany legislative provisions. We simply cannot afford to be caught with these measures being neglected. 0.00 05/07/2021 13/09/2021 4
Report Writing in a Business 0.00 30/09/2021 30/09/2021 4
Problem Solving using Creative and Critical Thinking This course will teach you how to solve problems by using creative and critical thinking tools. 0.00 07/10/2021 19/10/2021 6
Stress Management Learn how to identify your stressors and how to flourish in our ever-changing world 0.00 03/11/2021 03/11/2021 6