Monthly Archives: April 2017

World Skills – Skills Development and Training

World Skills International is the leading global organisation promoting skills. World Skills is the global hub for Skills Development and Training. The competition offers opportunities for industry bench-marking skills, effective and best teaching practices, sustainable training systems, and life skills development.

Developing the Auto Industry’s Masterplan

The RMI had a stand at the National Association of Automotive Component and Allied Manufacturers (NAACAM) show held at the Durban Exhibition Centre from 5 -6 April 2017. The stand received several visitors and interest was shown from visitors of the show.

Vehicle Damage Quantification (VDQ) Qualification

The VDQ Qualification is seeded on the National Qualifications Framework Level 4 and is similar to and on a par with a Degree or National Diploma. If you want to pursue a career in vehicle repair and qualify for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), then read all about the VDQ Qualification process.

SAIA Consumer Education: What is Insurance?

The South African Insurance Association (SAIA) aims to educate consumers on the ins and outs of insurance. This insurance overview educates consumers on insurance, where and how to get it and the best plan for you! Read more about insurance from SAIA.

Members: RMA Class XIII Stakeholder update

It has been two years since the transfer of Class XIII members from the Compensation Fund to Rand Mutual Assurance (RMA). Please read RMA’s stakeholder update that highlights the successes and challenges experienced over this period.

AutoForum Article: What Drives Public Perception

What drives a company’s reputation differs vastly across key industries in South Africa – a fact that emphasises the crucial need for executives to harness effective reputation management strategies to improve their understanding of consumer behaviour and chances of success when a crisis strikes.

Benefits of Training

Understanding the importance of training and the value of ongoing skills development in business. CEO of the RMI, Jakkie Olivier, expands of the exceptional achievement of Jeánne Esterhuizen, President of the RMI, and the need for training.

The Need for Motor Insurance

Motor insurance comes at a big cost. Is this cost truly necessary? How do you cover the cost of unexpected vehicle damage or loss? Motor insurance may be the best solution. Read SAIA’s informative guide to motor insurance.