Skills, Sector Education & Training Authorities (SETAs), levies & scarce skills (120)

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Our modern school system is incomplete to say the least.  School teaches you how to memorize, repeat, and regurgitate.  With ‘writing’ bein…

Started by Bronwyn Newman

0 Jul 2

Extension of scope from Sasseta to Service and Construction Ceta

What does one need to have extension of scope between the SETA's as I'm in a dilemma with the applications where by I have submitted the in…

Started by Joel Moropana

0 Jun 25

WSP and ATR, How do I indicate Contractors in our company.

Good day Can anyone please assist me. I have already submitted our company's WSP and ATR. But i am busy with my training plan and want to…

Started by richelle van aswegen

4 May 28

Rights and responsibilities for training - employers and employees

Good morning skills-universe members, Recently I was asked for advice - employees were demanding money to attend Adult Education and Traini…

Started by sylvia hammond

8 Apr 17
Reply by sylvia hammond


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




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