Intelesi has supported Lyceum College, through Educor, in the submission of five education qualifications to the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) for approval, prior to final submission to the Council on Higher Education (CHE). Through this process, and close collaboration with the client, Intelesi has worked to improve and develop policies that support students and articulate the vision and mission of the institution and its commitment to quality education.
Intelesi has embarked on the process of updating assessment tasks for a range of Grade 10 and Grade 12 subjects offered by ICESA to distance learners. This project has involved partnership with subject matter experts and editors to ensure the integrity, validity, reliability, fairness and transparency of these assessment tasks. A sense of creativity and a commitment to quality are the underlying values which form the focus of the project, reiterating our commitment to innovation and accountability.
Intelesi is assisting Mass Discounters in designing Category Leadership experiential training workshops. These aim to facilitate the development of technical capabilities and provide employees with new ways of working (internally and externally) to deliver on their organisational and operational strategy as part of an ongoing organisational change process. In this project, Intelesi has identified learning outcomes and developed content to ultimately support this organisational change process.
Intelesi assisted Khaloza Books, an independent publishing company, in the collection and verification of records for their first publication of The Book of African Records – South Africa (BAR SA). The Book of African Records (BAR) is a “research and educational institution that collects, collates, documents, publishes, publicises and distributes content of the achievements, acts and deeds of the African people.” Bar SA, which celebrates South Africa, its people and the environment, will be published in September 2018.
Intelesi is assisting the ICCF in the development of a Chemo Safety programme for nurses and pharmacists, which aims to improve the safety of patients and healthcare professionals involved with chemotherapy and to reduce medication errors. Intelesi has supported the ICCF in the design of the curriculum and is working with content supplied by selected subject matter experts to deliver coherent, valid, and reliable on-brand content that reflects current safety standards in the chemotherapy safety chain.
Intelesi is developing custom participant and facilitator guides for The Foschini Group’s (TFG) Store Manager and Area Manager Learning Pathway workshops and restructured and realigned eight learning modules for TFG’s Store Manager and Area Manager Learning Pathway programmes aimed at improving the skills and competences of their store and area managers. The new-look programmes are designed in line with the organisation’s approved branding and link learning and customer service, operations, self-management and employee management to the group’s vision, values and overall strategy.