Yes you can claim the tax rebate, provided the Learnership was registered before you started the training, and it was registered.
You can claim R30 000 per learner on registration and R30 000 on completion.
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You can only apply for a tax rebate for learners whom are on a registered learnership and whom the company pays the normal legal requirements for, i.o.w. UIF, PAYE, etc. These are usually your 18.1 learners (employed) learners. You may…"
I have full time, permanent staff on learnerships (18.1.) and receive a SETA discretionary grant for their course fees.These staff continue to earn their normal salary + benefits every month. Would I be able to claim the learnership tax incentive (allowance and/or completion) for such staff/learners? I have scoured the legislation and accompanying SARS Interpretation Notes but am no the wiser.See More
Briefly, FET Colleges may, under the FET College Act, offer qualifications on NQF 5.
(a) NATED qualifications (N4, N5 & N6) - these are examined by Umalusi
(b) SAQA programmes, accredited through SETA's.…"
"The leakage and selling of the Engineering exam papers has been happening for some time now, and despite interventions by the DHET and the police it continues. My daughter's friends, who are at a local college where this happens, claim that…"
"FET Colleges are an integral part of our education system and should be managed properly. This unfortunately
is somewhat lacking in some of these institutions. At a conference of Principals of FET Colleges organized by
the ETDP SETA a few year ago,…"
"it is embarassing they way this matter is being treated, no one is taking responsibility in the DHET. The DDG for VCET branch must share with us of how is gonna deal with these challenges of the FETC sector, it is almost Six years without…"
"I overheard an interesting conversation with a person that was employed at an FET college it was revealed that a exam papers could be bought at the college. There was a time delay of 1 hour from the time the exam was written until the papers…"