22-23 February 2024
13-14 June 2024
Thrive | Moderator Course Registration Form
Terms and conditions
Zoom is our virtual platform of choice – please ensure that you have adequate data, bandwidth, power backup and a quiet space to learn and engage for the duration of the training.
Please note: The entry requirements are a Grade 12 or NQF level 4 equivalent qualification. Entry requirements make provision for RPL (recognition of prior learning) where no formal qualification is in place. Please contact us for queries in this regard. Classes are conducted in English and learners are expected to be proficient in this language. By completing this registration form, these entry requirements are acknowledged.
Classes begin promptly at 8h15. Although some days may finish earlier, expect the training day to end around 16h30.
The cost is R4 300 (ex VAT) per person, including the facilitation, training materials, POE assessment and one re-assessment. Payment is required prior to start of the course, via EFT. Payment enquiries to: Contact person: Ingrid van Heerden Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you cancel less than a week before the course, you will still be liable for the total cost of the course. If you cancel more than a week before the course, we will refund you 50% of the invoice paid. Your seat will only be confirmed on receipt of payment. PLEASE NOTE: only payment can confirm your seat at the training – please pay no later than 2 weeks (10 working days) before the training start date so we can confirm course numbers.
Once your invoice is settled, you are welcome to change the training dates on one occasion; we ask that you let us know as soon as is possible so that we can plan on our side.
Special and Particular needs
Special and particular needs include but are not limited to physical disabilities, chronic diseases, illiteracy, culture, religion, spiritual needs, age, gender and language. All needs will be accommodated where possible, providing that the standard is not compromised. Learners must communicate any special needs that might affect their ability to learn to the facilitator prior to the training taking place, ensuring enough time for arrangements to be made.
It is the learners’ responsibility to ensure that they are able to send and receive electronic communications between Thrive and their organisation.