CTS are a unique technical training provider who offers on-site and institutionalised training in the engineering field, specialising in machine operator / setter development. With the opening of their new “Centre of Excellence” training centre, situated in Pinetown, they are now able to offer apprentice and artisan training in the mechanical discipline. CTS are also networked with other training providers and are able to project manage courses and interventions in various other fields and disciplines; including all Legislative and SHEQ training courses. CTS are also well established in machine specific training material development as well as unit standard aligned training material and assessment guide development.
CTS specialises in the following services and interventions. Click on descriptions below to access and view a brief overview of each service.
The attached Course Prospectus provides an overview of the various services and interventions that CTS offers. However, it must be noted that due to the ability of CTS to customise training to individual business needs, the Prospectus serves purely as a guide. CTS prides itself in meeting specific customer requirements and while courses / interventions are compiled as examples, they are not rigid in their delivery. All CTS training is outcomes-based and unit standard aligned, comprising the following: Self tests, Formative Assessments (theory/practical), role play or demonstration and Summative assessments. CTS considers itself a front-runner when it comes to state-of-the-art technology used in delivering training and assessing. All the lecture room training is delivered via a laptop and proxima projector, using the theory information of the training material as a visual tool to make it easier for the learners to grasp and understand the content of the course. Any machine-specific training & assessing is conducted in the factory/production environment of the company, which enables the learner to simulate what the learner has learned on the actual machinery/equipment that they operate.
According to the new Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Codes of Good Practice, CTS is currently classified as an exempted Micro Enterprise deemed as a Level Four contributor with a score of between 65 - 75% as of 1 June 2015 and is awaiting the same exemption from July 2016. Over the past 12 years CTS has been awarded accreditation with merSETA, FoodBev SETA and is currently awaiting accreditation with the CHIETA. Click on each logo below to access the associated sites
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