AGRISETA – Insika Foundation NPC is accredited by the Agriculture Sector and Training Authority (AGRISETA) to offer the following Unit Standards

UNIT STANDRDAD IDQUALIFICATIONS(S) TITLEPROVISIONAL DATE FROMPROVISIONAL DATE TO
49668General Education And Training Certificate: Horticulture13/04/201807/03/2020
49580General Education And Training Certificate: Poultry13/04/201807/03/2020
48970National Certificate: Animal Production13/04/201807/03/2020
48976National Certificate: Animal Production13/04/201807/03/2020
66589National Certificate: Horticulture13/04/201807/03/2020
48972National Certificate: Plant Production13/04/201807/03/2020
49052National Certificate: Plant Production13/04/201807/03/2020

ETDP SETA – Insika Foundation NPC is accredited to offer the following Qualifications

UNIT STANDRDAD IDQUALIFICATIONS(S) TITLENQF LEVELCREDITSPROVISIONAL DATE FROMPROVISIONAL DATE TO
115755Design and develop outcomes-based assessmentsLevel 61002/04/201831/03/2020
115759Conduct Moderation of outcomes-based assessmentsLevel 61002/04/201831/03/2020
123394Develop outcome-based learning programmesLevel 51002/04/201831/03/2020
123400Evaluate and promote education training and development(ETD)providers,services and products for organisational useLevel 6502/04/201831/03/2020
123401Design outcomes-based learning programmesLevel 61502/04/201831/03/2020
15217Develop an organisational training and development planLevel 5602/04/201831/03/2020
15218Conduct an analysis to determine outcomes of learning for skills development and other purposesLevel 6402/04/201831/03/2020
15222promote a learning culture in an organisationLevel 5302/04/201831/03/2020
15227Conduct skills development admininstration in an organisationLevel 4402/04/201831/03/2020
15232Coordinate planned skills development interventions in an organisationLevel 5602/04/201831/03/2020
242812Induct a member into a teamLevel 3402/04/201831/03/2020
242816Conduct a structured meetingLevel 4502/04/201831/03/2020
242819Motivate and Building a TeamLevel 41002/04/201831/03/2020
244256Facilitate a Numeracy Learning Programme in the Reception YearLevel 51502/04/201831/03/2020
244257Facilitate a Literacy Learning Programme in the Reception YearLevel 51502/04/201831/03/2020
244259Support children and adults living with HIV and AIDSLevel 3802/04/201831/03/2020
244260Facilitate a Life Skills Learning Programme in the Reception YearLevel 51502/04/201831/03/2020
244478Manage an Early Childhood Development serviceLevel 5502/04/201831/03/2020
252041promote a learning culture in an organisationLevel 5502/04/201831/03/2020
Qualification IDTitleLevelCreditsProvisional Date fromProvisional Dete To
58334National Certificate:Occupationally Directed Eduction Training and Development PracticesLevel 512002/04/201831/03/2020
58761Further Education and Training Certificate:Early Childhood DevelopemtLevel 414002/04/201831/03/2020

TETA – Insika Foundation NPC is accredited by Transport Education Training Authority (TETA) to offer the following Unit Standards 

UNIT STANDARD IDUNIT STANDARD TITLENQF LEVELCREDITSPROVISIONAL DATE FROMPROVISIONAL DATE TO
114941Apply knowledge of HIV/AIDS to a specific business sector and a workplaceLevel 3424/03/201807/03/2020
123256Provide commuter servicesLevel 3824/03/201807/03/2020
123257Operate a rigid light vehicleLevel 21024/03/201807/03/2020
123258Foster and maintain customer relationsLevel 31024/03/201807/03/2020
123261Plan road transport service deliveryLevel 3824/03/201807/03/2020
123262Load general freightLevel 2624/03/201807/03/2020
119457Interpret and use information from textsLevel 3524/03/201807/03/2020
119465Write/present/sign texts for a range of communicative contextsLevel 3524/03/201807/03/2020
119472Accommodate audience and context needs in oral/signed communicationLevel 3524/03/201807/03/2020
9010Demonstrate an understanding of the use of different number bases and measurement units and an awareness of error in the context of relevant calculationsLevel 3224/03/201807/03/2020
9013Describe, apply, analyse and calculate shape and motion in 2-and 3-dimensional space in different contextsLevel 3424/03/201807/03/2020
7456Use mathematics to investigate and monitor the financial aspects of personal, business and national issuesLevel 3524/03/201807/03/2020
117241Develop a business plan for a small businessLevel 4524/03/201807/03/2020
14353Conduct basic financial transactionsLevel 2324/03/201807/03/2020
119750Inspect and lubricate an automotive systemLevel 2824/03/201807/03/2020
243665Meet the requirements in order to obtain a provisional licenceLevel 21524/03/201807/03/2020
243666Meet the requirements of being a safe driver to obtain a valid driving licence for a motor vehicleLevel 22224/03/201807/03/2020
8420Operate in a teamLevel 2424/03/201807/03/2020
12484Perform basic fire fightingLevel 2424/03/201807/03/2020
8000Apply basic business principlesLevel 3924/03/201807/03/2020
113852Apply occupational health, safety and environmental principlesLevel 31024/03/201807/03/2020
116534Carry out basic first aid treatment in the workplaceLevel 3224/03/201807/03/2020
117833Handle a crime situationLevel 3624/03/201807/03/2020
117171Manage time effectively to enhance productivity and enable a balanced lifestyleLevel 3224/03/201807/03/2020

LGSETA – Insika Foundation NPC is accredited by Local Government Sector Education & Training Authority  (LGSETA) to offer the following Unit Standards 

UNIT STANDARD TITLEUNIT STANDARD NUMBERUNIT STANDARD TITLEPROVISIONAL DATE FROMPROVISIONAL DATE TO
LGRS-01-AGRI/-1909277456Use mathematics to investigate and monitor the financial aspects of personal, business and national issues4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-1909277468Use mathematics to investigate and monitor the financial aspects of personal, business, national and international issues4/13/20183/31/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-1909278969Interpret and use information from texts4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-1909277469Use mathematics to investigate and monitor the financial aspects of personal and community life4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-1909277480Demonstrate understanding of rational and irrational numbers and number systems4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-1909278962Maintain and adapt oral communication4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-1909278963Access and use information from texts4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-1909278964Write for a defined context4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-1909278967Use language and communication in occupational learning programmes4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-1909278968Accommodate audience and context needs in oral communication4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-1909278970Write texts for a range of communicative contexts4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-1909278973Use language and communication in occupational learning programme4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-1909279007Work with a range of patterns and functions and solve problems4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-1909279008Identify, describe, compare, classify, explore shape and motion in 2-and 3-dimensional shapes in different contexts4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-1909279009Apply basic knowledge of statistics and probability to influence the use of data and procedures in order to investigate life related problems4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-1909279010Demonstrate an understanding of the use of different number bases and measurement units and an awareness of error in the context of relevant calculations4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-1909279012Investigate life and work related problems using data and probabilities4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-1909279013Describe, apply, analyse and calculate shape and motion in and 3-dimensional space in different contexts.4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-1909279015Apply knowledge of statistics and probability to critically interrogate and effectively communicate findings on life related problems4/13/20183/31/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-1909279016Represent analyse and calculate shape and motion in 3-dimensional space in different contexts4/13/20183/31/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-19092712036Orientate self in the workplace4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-19092712153Use the writing process to compose texts required in the business environment4/13/20183/31/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-19092712461Communicate at work4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-19092712463Understand and deal with HIV/AIDS4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-19092712483Perform basic first aid4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-19092713217Collect and use information4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-19092713220Keep the work area safe and productive4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-19092713221Perform routine maintenance4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-19092713223Apply safety, health and environmental protection procedures4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-19092713258Participate in work group activities4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-19092713912Apply knowledge of self and team in order to develop a plan to enhance team performance4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-19092714019Plan team work functions and complete reports4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-19092714050Care for customers in a community environment4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927114941Apply knowledge of HIV/AIDS to a specific business sector and a workplace4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927115093Control workplace hazardous substances4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927116080Monitor, collect and collate agricultural data4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927116257Explain human resource policies and procedures4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927116275Apply routine maintenance and servicing plans and procedures4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927119334Discuss the selected legislative regulatory framework governing the public sector management and administration environment4/13/20183/31/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927119352Apply principles of information systems to public finance and administration4/13/20183/31/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927119457Interpret and use information from texts4/13/20183/31/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927119459Write/present/sign for a wide range of contexts4/13/20183/31/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927119462Engage in sustained oral/signed communication and evaluate spoken/signed texts4/13/20183/31/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927119465Write/present/sign texts for a range of communicative contexts4/13/20183/31/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927119467Use language and communication in occupational learning programmes4/13/20183/31/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927119469Read/view, analyse and respond to a variety of texts4/13/20183/31/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927119472Accommodate audience and context needs in oral/signed communication4/13/20183/31/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927119553Take action to address impacts on the environment4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927119554Apply environmental management tools to assess impacts4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927119556Use tools and operate equipment in an environmentally responsible manner4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927119558Work with, use and care for materials and resources which can impact on health and the environment4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927119821Implement lean work practices to ensure sound environmental management practices4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927119822Collect data for environmental management purposes4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927119829Use appropriate environmental management tools and protocols to detect and respond to specific impacts4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927119830Operate specialised vehicles and/or complex static or moving machinery and equipment4/13/20183/7/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927123455Develop and utilise municipal administrative procedures and principles to manage records within a municipal information system4/13/20183/31/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927123456Participate in employee health, safety and security administration at the workplace4/13/20183/31/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927123457Compile revenue and cost analyses in the context of multi- year revenue and expenditure management in municipalities4/13/20183/31/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927123458Administer accounting and budgeting for input into municipal financial resource management4/13/20183/31/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927123459Manage self-development in the workplace4/13/20183/31/2020
LGRS-01-AGRI/-190927123460Develop and apply administrative principles in the implementation of Municipal Office Administration4/13/20183/31/2020

MICT SETA – Insika Foundation NPC is accredited to offer the following Qualifications

UNIT STANDRDAD IDQUALIFICATIONS(S) TITLENQF LEVELCREDITSPROVISIONAL DATE FROMPROVISIONAL DATE TO
49077National Certificate:Information Technology:End User ComputingLevel 313011/02/201931/03/2020
78964Further Education and Training Certificate:Information Technology:Technical SupportLevel 416311/02/201931/03/2020
48872National Certificate:Information Technology:System DevelopmentLevel 513111/02/201931/03/2020
48573National Certificate:Information Technology System SupportLevel 514711/02/201931/03/2020
59057Further Education and Training Certificate:Telecommunication Network OperationsLevel 513211/02/201931/03/2020
63909National Certificate:Business AnalysisLevel 614911/02/201931/03/2020
UNIT STANDRDAD IDUNIT STANDARDS (S) TITLENQF LEVELCREDITSPROVISIONAL DATE FROMPROVISIONAL DATE TO
114069Administer security systems for a multi-user computer systemLevel 61511/02/201931/03/2020
117926Identify and explain ICT risks and recommened security solutionsLevel 5511/02/201931/03/2020
119086Develop an understanding of systems security methods(authorizations)in an Enterprise Resource Planining systemLevel 5811/02/201931/03/2020
120385Apply a range of project management tools and techniquesLevel 4711/02/201931/03/2020

FP&M SETA- Insika Foundation is accredited to offer the following Qualifications

UNIT STANDRDAD IDUNIT STANDRDAD TITLENQF LEVELCREDITSPROVISIONAL DATE FROMPROVISIONAL DATE TO
10008Write and present a simple business plan Level 1 7/1/20156/30/2018
10009 Demonstrate the ability to start and run a business and adapt to a changing business environmentLevel 1 37/1/20156/30/2018
117144 Produce straight laminated timber and board components Level 2 87/1/20156/30/2018
117145 Produce sawn timber and board product components and products Level 2 16 7/1/20156/30/2018
117147 Perform breakout operations Level 2 16 7/1/20156/30/2018
117150 Cover prepared frame using basic upholstery hand tools Level 2 32 7/1/20156/30/2018
117151 Perform hand polishing operations Level 2 26 7/1/20156/30/2018
117152 Produce machine sanded timber and board product components and products Level 2 16 7/1/20156/30/2018
117153 Prepare and perform the pre-covering upholstery processLevel 2327/1/20156/30/2018
117154 Perform wood finishing operations by conventional spraying Level 2 32 7/1/20156/30/2018
117157 Prepare final covering for prepared upholstery frames Level 2 12 7/1/20156/30/2018
117159 Produce planed timber product components and products Level 2 10 7/1/20156/30/2018
117160 Prepare products for hand staining Level 2 16 7/1/20156/30/2018
117165 Produce basic hand crafted furniture Level 2 22 7/1/20156/30/2018
117416 Comply with good housekeeping practices Level 2 7/1/20156/30/2018
119454 Maintain and adapt oral/signed communication Level 2 7/1/20156/30/2018
119456 Write/present for a defined context Level 2 7/1/20156/30/2018
119460 Use language and communication in occupational learning programmes Level 2 7/1/20156/30/2018
119463 Access and use information from texts Level 2 7/1/20156/30/2018
12115 Finish and store pressed and ironed items Level 1 7/1/20156/30/2018
123630 Establish customer requirements and sell a garment Level 1 7/1/20156/30/2018
123631 Cost a garmentLevel 147/1/20156/30/2018
123632Make garmentsLevel 1207/1/20156/30/2018
123633Source materialsLevel 157/1/20156/30/2018
12444Measure, estimate and calculate physical quantities and explore, describe and represent geometrical relationships in 2-dimensions in different life or workplace contexts Level 237/1/20156/30/2018
15091Plan to manage one`s timeLevel 137/1/20156/30/2018
243682Perform making operationsLevel 2367/1/20156/30/2018
243683Apply tanning practices in leatherLevel 2367/1/20156/30/2018
243684Join component partsLevel 2367/1/20156/30/2018
243685Design and make patterns for sewn productsLevel 2367/1/20156/30/2018
243686Demonstrate an understanding of the structure of the CTFL industriesLevel 267/1/20156/30/2018
243687Produce bottomstock for footwearLevel 2367/1/20156/30/2018
243688Demonstrate an understanding of productivity requirementsLevel 2107/1/20156/30/2018
243689Finish and dress footwearLevel 2367/1/20156/30/2018
243690Produce footwear patternsLevel 2367/1/20156/30/2018
243691Apply retanning practices in leatherLevel 2367/1/20156/30/2018
243692Assemble and join component partsLevel 2367/1/20156/30/2018
243693Apply finishing practices in leatherLevel 2367/1/20156/30/2018
243694Apply curing practices to leatherLevel 2367/1/20156/30/2018
243695Cut components partsLevel 2367/1/20156/30/2018
243696Perform outwork processesLevel 2367/1/20156/30/2018
243697Prepare dyeing and print colouration materialsLevel 2367/1/20156/30/2018
243698Press finished garments and ensure the dispatch thereofLevel 2367/1/20156/30/2018
243699Apply cutting practices to leatherLevel 2367/1/20156/30/2018
243700Demonstrate an understanding of materials used and produced in CTFL manufacturing processesLevel 2107/1/20156/30/2018
243701Demonstrate an understanding of the regulatory occupational safety, health and environmental practices Level 2127/1/20156/30/2018
243705Demonstrate an understanding of quality procedures and practicesLevel 2107/1/20156/30/2018
243707Perform manual processes in the cutting roomLevel 2367/1/20156/30/2018
243708Apply textile testing techniquesLevel 2367/1/20156/30/2018
243709Monitor and maintain a fibre manufacturing processLevel 2367/1/20156/30/2018
243710Operate and control a textile manufacturing processLevel 2367/1/20156/30/2018
243711Operate and control an inspection processLevel 2367/1/20156/30/2018
7469Use mathematics to investigate and monitor the financial aspects of personal and community lifeLevel 227/1/20156/30/2018
7480Demonstrate understanding of rational and irrational numbers and number systemsLevel 237/1/20156/30/2018
7/1/20156/30/2018
117144Produce straight laminated timber and board componentsLevel 2 1257/1/20156/30/2018
117145Produce sawn timber and board product components and productsLevel 2 1257/1/20156/30/2018
117147Perform breakout operationsLevel 2 1257/1/20156/30/2018
117150Cover prepared frame using basic upholstery hand toolsLevel 2 1257/1/20156/30/2018
117151Perform hand polishing operationsLevel 2 1257/1/20156/30/2018
117152Produce machine sanded timber and board product components and productsLevel 2 1257/1/20156/30/2018
117153Prepare and perform the pre-covering upholstery processLevel 2 1257/1/20156/30/2018
117154Perform wood finishing operations by conventional sprayingLevel 2 1257/1/20156/30/2018
117157Prepare final covering for prepared upholstery framesLevel 2 1257/1/20156/30/2018
117159Produce planed timber product components and productsLevel 2 1257/1/20156/30/2018
117160Prepare products for hand stainingLevel 2 1257/1/20156/30/2018
117165Produce basic hand crafted furnitureLevel 2 1257/1/20156/30/2018
117416Comply with good housekeeping practicesLevel 2 1257/1/20156/30/2018
12444Measure, estimate and calculate physical quantities and explore, describe and represent geometrical relationships in 2-dimensions in different life or workplace contextsLevel 2 1257/1/20156/30/2018
7469Use mathematics to investigate and monitor the financial aspects of personal and community lifeLevel 2 1257/1/20156/30/2018
7480Demonstrate understanding of rational and irrational numbers and number systemsLevel 2 1257/1/20156/30/2018
9007Work with a range of patterns and functions and solve problemsLevel 2 1257/1/20156/30/2018
9009Apply basic knowledge of statistics and probability to influence the use of data and procedures in order to investigate life related problemsLevel 2 1257/1/20156/30/2018
9357Develop and use keyboard skills to enter textLevel 2 1257/1/20156/30/2018
9882Read and interpret basic engineering drawingsLevel 2 1257/1/20156/30/2018
9964Apply health and safety to a work areaLevel 2 1257/1/20156/30/2018
SAQA QUALIFICATION IDQUALIFICATIONS(S) TITLEPROVISIONAL DATE FROMPROVISIONAL DATE TO
49091National Certificate: Furniture Making: Wood7/1/20156/30/2018
58227 National Certificate: Clothing, Textile, Footwear and Leather Manufacturing Processes 7/1/20156/30/2018
7/1/20156/30/2018

BANKSETA –  Insika Foundation is accredited to offer the following Qualifications

UNIT STANDARD IDQUALIFICATION(S) TITLEPROVIONAL DATE FROMPROVISIONAL DATE TO
59201National Certificate: Generic Management - BANK-01-Intsi2009099/10/20209/9/2021
96099National Certificate: Generic Management Customer Management: Banking - BANK-01-Intsi2009099/10/20209/9/2021
96100National Certificate: Generic Management General Management: Banking - BANK-01-Intsi2009099/10/20209/9/2021
96101National Certificate: Generic Management Skills Development Management: Banking - BANK-01-Intsi2009099/10/20209/9/2021
96102National Certificate: Generic Management Strategic Management: Banking - BANK-01-Intsi2009099/10/20209/9/2021