Would you like to earn an extra income by promoting the Seat Academy Basket of Educational Programmes?

Complete your details below to register as a Seat Academy Affiliate. Once signed up, you do not have to wait for a confirmation email. Simply click on the login option and sign in! You will find your affiliate link at the bottom of your dashboard – give this out to all your friends and family!

You can log in to your dashboard at anytime, to see how many people have made purchases using your affiliate link. 

Registration

If you are not an affiliate, you can join the affiliate program here:

Welcome to the Seat Academy Affiliate Programme!

Please explore the various programmes that we offer on our website:

How Does it Work?

For each sale, you will receive a commission of R250.   That commission is paid out on the 7th of each month. 

Social Media Marketing makes it easier to market products and services to people that are within your Social Media Space (Facebook, Instagram, etc). You may market via your WhatsApp Status, Facebook Pages, including posting to community and buy/sell pages, as well as Instagram statuses.

Make sure that whenever you post, you also post your unique code, so that when purchases are made, the commission will automatically be allocated to you.

Whenever a purchase is made, we do request that the customer completes the Affiliate link.  You must also keep track of your own leads/sales. Once any customer purchases a service from us, we do ask, who introduced them to Seat Academy.  That sale will be registered to the affiliate, based on the client feedback.

4TH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION COMPETENCIES

Our mission is to prepare our learners to be leaders in the world they are entering – the world of the 4th Industrial Revolution.
Every Industrial Revolution, results in a need for different set of skills and competencies that are needed to fully take advantage of the progress that results in that Industrial Revolution.

Exampe: 1760 to 1830 the Industrial Revolution was largely confined to Britain. Mechanisation and the development of the Steam Engine, affected how society developed and what the new skills required would be.

The Second Industrial Revolution (characterised by mass production), the Third Industrial Revolution (characterised by the rise of Computers and other devices), in the 1980’s, also significantly affected the skills required to make use of the new world of computers and systemisation of processes.

We are currently entering the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which is characterised by the rise of Artificial Intelligence, Nano Technology, greater levels of automation and jobless growth in many countries.

This requires us to equip our learners with the skills and competencies required to be productive and to lead society, to take advantages of the technologies unleashed as a result of this Fourth Industrial Revolution.

We are therefore putting a greater emphasis on equipping our learners with the following Competencies:We are therefore putting a greater emphasis on equipping our learners with the following Competencies:

1. CONTEXT – Both Vertical (Subject specific), Horizontal (in terms of how the content relates to the world), and Thematic (Working our content around specific Themes)
2. CONTENT  – The specific Content covered for that Module/Topic, within that subject.
3. COMPREHENSION AND MEMORISATION –  Understanding and memorising content
4. CRITICAL THINKING – Analysis, judgement, problem solving and engaging at the content at a deeper level.  
5. CREATIVITY – Using the content creatively.  Out of the box thinking, to solve problems and create new or updated models.
6. COMMUNICATION  – Communication of content both orally and in writing.
7. COLLABORATION – Collaborating with other learners and the Tutor
8. CONSTRUCTION – How to construct new ideas or improve on old ideas, based on the content
9. CHANGE MANAGEMENT/CONSCIENCE – Developing the ability to change.  Being aware of our moral compass and contribution to the world.
10. COMPUTERS/CODING/DIGITAL LITERACY – Using Computers and Devices for educational and research purposes, introduction to coding and improving digital literacy.

Contact Us

If you have any questions about our services, please contact us on the details here, and our Support Team will get back to you.

Email

support@seatsa.co.za

Support Office Hours

Monday to Friday: 08:00-17:00

Weekends and Public Holidays: Closed

Phone

021 680 5034

Company Address

Ground Floor, Liesbeek House River Park, Gloucester Road, Mowbray, 7700

Support Office Hours

Monday to Friday: 08:00-17:00

Weekends and Public Holidays: Closed

Company Address

Ground Floor, Liesbeek House River Park, Gloucester Road, Mowbray, 7700