Skills, Sector Education & Training Authorities (SETAs), levies & scarce skills (106)

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Parliamentary Committee report - SAQA and QCTO

Quality Council for Trades and Occupations & South African Qualifications Authority on their Budget & Annual Performance Plan 2015/…

Started by Des Squire

0 Mar 31

Is this Learnership Allowance yours or mine?

Everyone who is working in skills development will tell you how hard it is to keep up with a fast-moving environment.   New Regulations ar…

Started by sylvia hammond

16 Mar 18
Reply by Gill Connellan

Need for a Skills Development Facilitator to manage a Skills Work Plan

A student on my course said that they could not submit their company skills work plan to their SETA unless they had a registered Skills Dev…

Started by John Wilter

17 Mar 9
Reply by sylvia hammond

EPWP Working on Fire Delivers Valuable Skills with Tangible Results

Working on Fire is a multi-million-rand job creation Environmental Sector Programme under the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP), prima…

Started by sylvia hammond

1 Mar 5
Reply by Juliane Vorster

Who is trying to fool who? Do we have a skills shortage or not?

We are all used to inflammatory and misleading media reports, for example: where a minimal drop in the exchange rate of 0.3% requires the…

Started by sylvia hammond

10 Mar 3
Reply by sylvia hammond


‘Workplace learning is critical for enabling supply and demand of skilled labour force- Workplace Skills Plan must be signed for by Labour Representatives across all workplaces’

‘Workplace learning is critical for enabling supply and demand of skilled labour force- Workplace Skills Plan must be signed for by Labour…

Started by Norman Ntai

2 Feb 17
Reply by Robyn Shapiro

Accreditation as Service Provider Service Seta

Good day Can anyone provide me with the contact details of the person who is working with scheduling accreditation visits at the Service Se…

Started by Herman Groenewald

4 Feb 12
Reply by David Jooste

How are SETAs administering discretionary grants?

Noone can say that skills development doesn't contribute to lifelong learning - I learn every day. Recently it came to my attention that th…

Started by sylvia hammond

1 Jan 31
Reply by Charles Dey

How can we improve our ability to expand the skills base of our economy?

Minister of Finance Nhlanhla Nene has requested South Africans to contribute their suggestions prior to the budget.  Given the collective k…

Started by sylvia hammond

6 Jan 22
Reply by Des Squire

Legislated or not - Training Committees

I am looking at drawing up a new Training Committee Terms of Reference for my organisation.  All my research refers me to various acts/ reg…

Started by Angela Schultz

8 Jan 7
Reply by Angela Schultz


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