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Skills Programmes Cluster

Driver Training

Advance Driver Training - Code 08: Operate a rigid light vehicle

USI: 123257

The purpose of learning is to ensure safe, professional operation of rigid (no articulation points) light vehicles with a gross vehicle mass below 3.5 tons. Credited learners can drive a specific type of rigid light vehicle in accordance with legal, safety, manufacturer and other relevant requirements and reflect on the manner in which the vehicle is operated. Competent drivers are able to preserve vehicles as assets, drive safely and defensively, and contribute significantly to the economy by transporting goods and/or passengers.

Advance Driver Training - Code 10: Operate a rigid heavy vehicle

USI: 123253

The purpose of learning is to ensure safe, professional operation of rigid (no articulation points) heavy vehicles with a gross vehicle mass exceeding 3.5 tons. Credited learners can drive a specific type of rigid heavy vehicle in accordance with legal, safety, manufacturer and other relevant requirements and reflect on the manner in which the vehicle is operated. Competent drivers are able to preserve vehicles as assets, drive safely and defensively, and contribute significantly to the economy by transporting goods and/or passengers.

Defensive Driver Training - Code 14: Operate Vehicle Combinations

USI: 123254

The purpose of learning is to ensure safe, professional operation of vehicle combinations with a gross vehicle mass exceeding 3.5 tons, and consisting of a drawing vehicle and trailer/s. Credited learners can drive a specific vehicle combination in accordance with legal, safety, manufacturer and other relevant requirements and reflect on the manner in which the vehicle is operated.

Driver assessments

USI: N/A

To establish training requirements/needs of existing drivers/gaps for training/skills of existing drivers on the road for employers.

Driver Fatigue Managment Awareness

USI: N/A

Know their responsibilities regarding driving hours.
Understand what FATIGUE means.
Understand what causes FATIGUE.
Recognize the signs and symptoms of FATIGUE.
Know how to manage FATIGUE.

Foster and Maintain Customer Relations

USI: 123258

The purpose of the learning credited in this unit standard is to ensure that learners are able to interact professionally with customers. Improved customer relations leads to improved customer service, which, in turn, results in business growth and profitability. Professional driving services are improved, thereby improving the image and profitability of the field of transport services. This set of competence is transferable to all other fields where services are provided to customers, and thus improves the employability of credited learners, by enhancing their understanding of the processes and the context of customer service.

Load General Freight - Skills Programme from Driver Learnership

USI: 123262

The purpose of learning is to ensure safe, professional operation of loading a vehicle for transportation prior to leaving a warehouse/distribution centre.

Plan Road Transport Service Delivery

USI: 123262

Planning a route.
Map reading.
Operational procedures.
Operational documentation.

Operate tailgates and tail-lifts (skyjacks)

USI: 123260

The purpose of learning is to ensure that the driver can operate the mechanisms safely and according to legal, organizational and manufacturer specifications. This will improve the learner's career flexibility and will ensure accidents and injuries are prevented, improving the compliance, success and profitability of road transport service delivery.

Plan road transport service delivery - skills programme from driver learnership

USI: 123261

The purpose of learning is to ensure that the driver is well prepared for a route and delivery.

Transportation of Dangerous Goods

Convey Dangerous Goods by Road

USI: 123259

The purpose of learning is to ensure safe loading, conveying and off-loading of dangerous goods According to legal and organizational requirements. Credited learners can convey dangerous goods in accordance with legal, safety, manufacturer and other relevant requirements and handle incidents safely when they occur.

Controlling Hazardous and Dangerous Goods

USI: 8020

A learner accredited with this standard will now be capable of handling and storing hazardous/dangerous goods safely in accordance with national and international statutory requirements in any freight handling environment.

Driver Learnership

National Certificate: Professional Driving

USI: 50285

Learners are required to complete core/fundamental/elective unit stds
Learners to submit assignments once at the workplace according to a project plan
Learners to submit 100 driving hours in a logbook
Learners build a POE for an internal moderation

Fundamentals of transport and Warehousing (GETC)

USI: 59300

BLOCK 1 - THINK
- Think Learning - Think Reading - Think Writing - Think Data
BLOCK 2 - LIVE
- First Aid - Fire Fighting - HIV/AIDS - Drug and Alcohol Abuse - Health and Safety
BLOCK 3 - CALCULATE & COMMUNICATE
- Shape - Space & measure - work with numbers - listen before you speak
BLOCK 4 - MOVE
- Customers and Crowns - Role of transport logistics - Preparing freight for storage & transportation
BLOCK 5 - HANDLE
- count stoke for a stoke take - move, pack and maintain stock in a distribution centre/warehouse - pick stock in a distribution centre/warehouse

Freight and Transport

USI: 48437

Module 1: Effective communication in the workplace.
Module 2: Self and relationship management.
Module 3: Supervisory skills.
Module 4: Business finances: the concepts.
Module 5: Logistics and supply chain fundamentals.

Fatigue Management

Fatigue Management

USI: N/A

Know their responsibilities regarding driving hours.
Understand what FATIGUE means.
Understand what causes FATIGUE.
Recognize the signs and symptoms of FATIGUE.
Know how to manage FATIGUE.

Eco Driving

Eco Driving

USI: N/A

Reduces fuel costs: average saving of 5-10%.
Reduces maintenance costs.
Fewer accidents.
Reduction in noise levels.
Reduction in emissions.
Creates environmental awareness.

Health and Wellness

Health and Wellness

USI: N/A

Getting enough rest which impacts positively on job performance.
Having regular medical checks to maintain health and wellbeing.
Personal hygiene.
Regular exercise.
Healthy eating choices impact on wellness.
Knowing your HIV status.

Legislative Training

Perform Basic Fire Fighting

USI: 12484

The skills, values and knowledge reflected in this unit standard are required by people in the field of manufacturing and engineering. The learning outcomes in this unit standard also contribute to the exit level outcomes required for various manufacturing and engineering qualifications. Qualifying learners can select and use the appropriate firefighting equipment to extinguish or control fires in the workplace.

Perform Advanced Fire Training Practice

USI: 13961

Procedure for dealing with fire at the work place.
Demonstrate knowledge of fires and repellents.

Carry Out Basic First Aid Treatment in The Workplace

USI: 119567

This Unit Standard requires learners to be able to perform safety, health and Environmental representation activities and to know health and safety legislation relevant to the functions, duties and responsibilities of a Health and Safety Representative at a working place.

Provide Primary Emergency Care/First Aid as an Advanced First Responder

USI: 376480

This unit standard is intended to enable the first responder in an emergency situation to react to health emergencies at an advanced level, until the arrival of more qualified emergency personnel.

Maintaining Occupational Health, Safety and General Housekeeping

USI: 8016

A learner accredited with this standard will be able to demonstrate applied competence in occupational health, safety awareness of environmental issues and general housekeeping based on statutory and industry requirements.

Apply Knowledge Of HIV/AIDS to a Specific Business Sector and a Workplace

USI: 244574

This unit standard provides a broad introduction to HIV/AIDS in the workplace. It introduces knowledge about HIV/AIDS that will enable learners to be informed and caring workers in an industry and managers to develop appropriate policies to deal with the pandemic. The focus is knowledge, skills, values and attitudes in relation to the learner and management with a view to creating a caring environment in the workplace and the community.

Conduct Continuous Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment Within a Workplace

USI: 244383

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Demonstrate Knowledge and Understanding of Relevant Current Occupational Health and Safety Legislation = Incident and Accident Investigation

USI: 120344

Learners found competent in this unit standard will be able to explain the basic principles of relevant current health and safety legislation and the consequences of non-compliance.

Controlling Hazardous and Dangerous Goods

USI: 8020

A learner accredited with this standard will now be capable of handling and storing hazardous/dangerous goods safely in accordance with national and international statutory requirements in any freight handling environment.

Conduct Safety and Health Representation Activities

USI: 116518

This Unit Standard requires learners to be able to perform safety, health and environmental representation activities, and to know health and safety legislation relevant to the functions, duties and responsibilities of a Health and Safety Representative at a working place.

Adult Education and Training

Communication in English level 1 - 4

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AET/ABET

USI: N/A

ABET is a national priority with enormous benefits for our country, companies and individuals. Apart from the gratitude that learners show to their employers for facilitating the learning, the improvement in productivity in the workplace soon drops down to the bottom line.

Smart Money

Smart Money

USI: N/A

The purpose of this guide is to provide the learner with the opportunity to review and reflect on every day issues relating to your money.

Warehousing Cluster

Move, Pack and Maintain Stock in a Distribution Centre/Warehouse

USI: 117898

Learners will learn how to:
- Identify appropriate areas for packing stock.

- Move stock to and pack stock in identified location.

- Prevent shrinkage and losses while moving, packing and maintaining stock. Maintain stock in the DC.

Stacking & Storing: Pick Stock in a Distribution Centre/Warehouse

USI: 117899

The unit standard is intended for people who pick stock for dispatch to stores/customers in a Distribution Centre or Warehouse.

Fundamentals of transport and Warehousing (GETC)

USI: 59300

BLOCK 1 - THINK
- Think Learning - Think Reading - Think Writing - Think Data
BLOCK 2 - LIVE
- First Aid - Fire Fighting - HIV/AIDS - Drug and Alcohol Abuse - Health and Safety
BLOCK 3 - CALCULATE & COMMUNICATE
- Shape - Space & measure - work with numbers - listen before you speak
BLOCK 4 - MOVE
- Customers and Crowns - Role of transport logistics - Preparing freight for storage & transportation
BLOCK 5 - HANDLE
- count stoke for a stoke take - move, pack and maintain stock in a distribution centre/warehouse - pick stock in a distribution centre/warehouse

Lifting Equipment Cluster

Operate a Counterbalance Lift Truck (Forklift)F1-F3

USI: 242974

Operating a lifting machine takes place within a regulatory framework that seeks to ensure safety of the operator, the lifting machine and the lifting machine environment. Forklifts are inherently dangerous; hence, their safe operation cannot be overstated. The learner will also acquire the competencies and skills to operate the components, systems and levers to accomplish the task of lifting and handling loads appropriately. The aspects of safety and communication during the lifting operation are covered.

Operate a Counter Balanced Lift Truck in Excess of 15 Tons: F4

USI: 260818

Operating a lifting machine takes place within a regulatory framework that seeks to ensure safety of the operator, the lifting machine and the lifting machine environment. Counterbalanced lift trucks are inherently dangerous; hence, their safe operation cannot be overstated. The learner will also acquire the competencies and skills to operate the components, systems and levers to accomplish the task of lifting and handling loads appropriately. The aspects of safety and communication during the lifting operation are covered.

Operate an Electric Travelling Crane (Cab Controlled) C31

USI: 116231

Demonstrating an integrated practical and theoretical grounding in Crane Operations according to safe handling and maintenance practices in compliance with crane manufacturers and legislated standards.

Operate a Pendant Controlled Crane F13

USI: 116235

Demonstrating an integrated practical and theoretical grounding in Crane Operations according to safe handling and maintenance practices in compliance with crane manufacturer's and legislated standards. The contribution to The National Skills Development Strategy is the key developmental interface between learners and new competencies to be achieved.

Operate a Mobile Crane

USI: 116254

Demonstrating an integrated practical and theoretical grounding in crane operations according to safe handling and maintenance practices in compliance with crane manufacturers and legislated standards.

Operate Advanced Defined Purpose Lift Trucks

USI: 242972

The person credited with this unit standard is able to operate a battery operated defined purpose lift truck. They are able to access emergency support and services in the case of an emergency while operating a lift truck. The person is also able to identify and classify the load, handle and move the freight while operating the lifting equipment in accordance with standards and its performance capabilities. They are also able to monitor the fitness of the lift truck.

Operate Truck-Mounted Cranes

USI: 242978

The person credited with this unit standard will be able to understand the functions of a truck mounted crane while using the crane in a safe and suitable manner. They will also be able to access support and emergency services in the case of an incident or accident in the workplace.

Manage the Transportation of Mobile Elevated Work Platforms (MEWP)

USI: 243273

Operating a lifting machine takes place within a regulatory framework that seeks to ensure safety of the operator, the lifting machine and the lifting machine environment. The machines are inherently dangerous; hence, their safe operation cannot be overstated. The learner will also acquire the competencies and skills to operate the components, systems and levers to accomplish the task of lifting and handling loads appropriately. The aspects of safety and communication during the lifting operation are covered.

Operate a High Reach Stacker C48

USI: 260761

Operating a reach stacker takes place within a regulatory framework that seeks to ensure safety of the operator, the reach stacker and its environment. The learner will also acquire the competencies and skills to operate the components, systems and joy sticks to accomplish the task of lifting and handling loads appropriately. The aspects of safety and communication during the lifting operation are covered.

Perform Basic Rigging Procedures

USI: 14706

Learners accredited with this unit standard will be able to conduct basic rigging practices in accordance with legislative safety standards and job requirements. This includes the inspection, selection and use of slings and lifting tackle to safely lift, move and stack loads.

Operate a Power Pallet Lift Truck F12

USI: 242981

Operating a lifting machine takes place within a regulatory framework that seeks to ensure safety of the operator, the lifting machine and the lifting machine environment. They are inherently dangerous; hence, their safe operation cannot be overstated. The learner will also acquire the competencies and skills to operate the components, systems and levers to accomplish the task of lifting and handling loads appropriately. The aspects of safety and communication during the lifting operation are covered.

Operate a Reach truck lift truck

USI: 242972

Operating a lifting machine takes place within a regulatory framework that seeks to ensure safety of the operator, the lifting machine and the lifting machine environment. Reach trucks are inherently dangerous; hence, their safe operation cannot be overstated. The learner will also acquire the competencies and skills to operate the components, systems and levers to accomplish the task of lifting and handling loads appropriately. The aspects of safety and communication during the lifting operation are covered.

Operate an Order Picker F8/F9

USI: 242972

Operating a lifting machine takes place within a regulatory framework that seeks to ensure safety of the operator, the lifting machine and the lifting machine environment. The machines are inherently dangerous; hence, their safe operation cannot be overstated. The learner will also acquire the competencies and skills to operate the components, systems and levers to accomplish the task of lifting and handling loads appropriately. The aspects of safety and communication during the lifting operation are covered.

Operate a Pedestrian Controlled Lift truck F7

USI: 242972

Operating a lifting machine takes place within a regulatory framework that seeks to ensure safety of the operator, the lifting machine and the lifting machine environment. Pedestrian Controlled Lift trucks are inherently dangerous; hence, their safe operation cannot be overstated. The learner will also acquire the competencies and skills to operate the components, systems and levers to accomplish the task of lifting and handling loads appropriately. The aspects of safety and communication during the lifting operation are covered.

Operate a VNA (Very Narrow Aisle) Lift Truck F13/F14

USI: 242972

Operating a lifting machine takes place within a regulatory framework that seeks to ensure safety of the operator, the lifting machine and the lifting machine environment. VNA’s are inherently dangerous; hence, their safe operation cannot be overstated. The learner will also acquire the competencies and skills to operate the components, systems and levers to accomplish the task of lifting and handling loads appropriately. The aspects of safety and communication during the lifting operation are covered.

Warehousing National Certificate

Warehousing National Certificate: Freight Handling

USI: 57831

Targeted Learners: High performing, high potential employees currently in or working towards supervisory/first line management roles.

National Certificate

Transport & Distribution: National Certificate: Road Transport

USI: 48437

Targeted Learners: High performing, high potential employees currently in or working towards supervisory/first line management roles.

Essential Soft Skills

Business English

USI: N/A

A learner will cover the following topics:
Write for a specific purpose, audience and context.
Use grammatical structures and writing conventions to produce coherent and cohesive texts for specific contexts.
Adapt language to suit context.
Draft and edit own writing.

Business Skills

USI: N/A

A learner will cover the following topics:
Plan and organise your own work.
Establish and maintain working relationships.
Maintain files and records.

Understanding Customer Service

USI: N/A

A learner will cover the following topics:
Explaining the relationship between business and the customer.
Providing customer satisfaction.
Solving problems that may lead to customer dissatisfaction.
Displaying appropriate behaviour when interacting with customers.

Understanding HIV/Aids

USI: N/A

A learner will cover the following topics:
Demonstrate an understanding of sexuality.
Demonstrate an understanding of the nature, transmission and prevention of sexually transmitted infections including HIV/AIDS.
Describe the means to cope and deal with sexually transmitted infections including HIV/AIDS.
Describe human rights of individuals living with HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections.

Work in a Team

USI: N/A

A learner will cover the following topics:
Demonstrate knowledge of the concept team, team players and teamwork.
Discuss and explain individual and team performance.
Participate in meetings.
Interact with team members.

Foundational Skills

Understand STI's including HIV/AIDS

USI: 14656

This Unit Standard is for any learner who needs to demonstrate an understanding of sexuality and sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV/AIDS, and the impact of these infections on oneself, as well as in the workplace and society. It is also aimed at encouraging a healthy lifestyle.

Values and Ethics in the Workplace

USI: 12537

This unit standard is for any learner who needs to manage time in a responsible and effective way in everyday life situations.

Plan to Manage Your Time

USI: 15091

A learner will cover the following topics:
Set realistic goals for tasks and activities.
Prioritise tasks and activities in order to plan time.
Draw up a plan/schedule to organise tasks and activities.
Carry out tasks and activities as planned.

Employer/Employee Relationship

USI: 13172

A learner will cover the following topics:
Describe the roles and contribution of the employee and the employer.
Describe the rights and responsibilities of the employee and the employer.
Demonstrate a basic knowledge of the relevant portions of company rules, policies and procedures.
Explain employment contracts and their purpose.

Inappropriate Behaviour in the Workplace

USI: 13174

The skills, values and knowledge reflected in this unit standard are required by people in the field of manufacturing, engineering and technology.

Diversity Within Different Relationships in Society

USI: 14664

This unit standard is for any learner to gain knowledge and handle diversity within different relationships in the South African society.

Qualifications/Learnerships Cluster

Fundamentals of transport and Warehousing (GETC)

USI: 59300

BLOCK 1 - THINK
- Think Learning - Think Reading - Think Writing - Think Data
BLOCK 2 - LIVE
- First Aid - Fire Fighting - HIV/AIDS - Drug and Alcohol Abuse - Health and Safety
BLOCK 3 - CALCULATE & COMMUNICATE
- Shape - Space & measure - work with numbers - listen before you speak
BLOCK 4 - MOVE
- Customers and Crowns - Role of transport logistics - Preparing freight for storage & transportation
BLOCK 5 - HANDLE
- count stoke for a stoke take - move, pack and maintain stock in a distribution centre/warehouse - pick stock in a distribution centre/warehouse

National Certificate: Professional Driving

USI: 50285

Learners are required to complete core/fundamental/elective unit stds
Learners to submit assignments once at the workplace according to a project plan
Learners to submit 100 driving hours in a logbook
Learners build a POE for an internal moderation

Freight and Transport

USI: 48437

Module 1: Effective communication in the workplace.
Module 2: Self and relationship management.
Module 3: Supervisory skills.
Module 4: Business finances: the concepts.
Module 5: Logistics and supply chain fundamentals.