Incus Data has full accreditation from the MICT SETA. After a monitoring visit from MICT, our accreditation was again renewed in August 2018.
Although we address some of the unit standards as required for accreditation, our courses are not designed to align with the SAQA unit standards or qualifications.
Why don't we focus on the SAQA ICT unit standards? There are a number of reasons:
We have raised our concerns about the unit standards with various people at MICT SETA at various times over the past 10 years. In September 2018, MICT sent out a letter informing accredited training providers that they will be starting to re-align the qualifications, with the help of a to-be-established Community of Expert Practitioners. We have volunteered to be available for consultation on the content of the unit standards. Perhaps this will bear fruit.
Incus Data believes that our courses must be applicable and relevant. The content of our courses is determined by extensive technical research, real-world practical experience, and feedback and requests from programmers who use the technologies on a day-to-day basis.
We are not prepared to compromise our courses for the sake of compliance with unit standards that add no value to our clients.
|HTML5 & CSS||08-12|
|Java Lambdas & Streams||15-16|
|Coding Ethics||18, 29|
|OO Analysis & Design||23-26*|
|XML & Schemas||23-24|
|Mobile App Overview||25|
|Web Services Overview||29|