Attention All SDF’s


Dear SDF,

The Services Seta has agreed that all Services Seta SDF’s who attend the below mentioned conference will be refunded to the amount of R2000.00 per delegate. Please pay this amount to the conference organisers and only claim from us R2000.00 after the conference with the actual invoice.

Kind Regards,

Nomzamo Mtiyane

“The Power of SETA Synergy for the Transformation of South African Workplace Learning”

Programme
PROGRAMME: DAY 1: WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 30 2009

07h30-08h45
Registration

SESSION 1: “THE SETA CONCEPT: WHAT CAN MAKE IT WORK MORE EFFECTIVELY?”

08h45-09h00
Welcome and scene setting
J Dikgole
Programme Co-ordinator

09h00-09h30
Purpose of this Inter-SETA Conference
M Makhubalo

09h30-10h00
What is required to enhance SETA effectiveness
R Patel

10h00-10h30
Panel discussion with speaker
Response Panel:
L Nengovhela,
M Matlala,
C Smit

10h30-11h00
Breathing life into the NQF: Letting the numbers speak
C James

11h00-11h30
TEA

11h30-12h00
The crucial role of SETAs in promoting economic development
Min E Patel

12h00-12h30
Panel discussion with speaker
Response Panel:
K Dilotsotlhe,
P Maoko,
Z Baloyi

12h30-13h30
LUNCH

SESSION 2: CONVENING THE COMMISSIONS

13h30-16h00
Initiating the Group Discussions around the Commission Topics in 4 Groups

The following are the commissions:
Each commission will need 4 Facilitators and 4 Scribes, (one set for each of the 4 Groups), supplied by the SETAs, who take responsibility for the smooth running of each of the 4 Groups. This ensures that the discussions are accurately recorded, and that a synopsis of the Group’s deliberations is provided at the conclusion of the sessions.

COMMISSION 1: MAKING SETAs MORE INNOVATIVE & EFFECTIVE AND WITH GREATER SYNERGY AMONG ONE ANOTHER
RESPONSIBLE SETAs: BANK, FIETA, TETA, ESETA
COORDINATOR: Christine Fritz
PRINCIPAL FACILITATORS:
SCRIBES:
ISSUES: These can be found in the programme booklet

COMMISSION 2: SETAs AS CRITICAL INSTITUTIONS FOR SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
RESPONSIBLE SETAs: ETDP, MAPPP, AGRISETA, FASSET
COORDINATOR: Burton Malgas
PRINCIPAL FACILITATORS:
SCRIBES
ISSUES: These can be found in the programme booklet

COMMISSION 3: BUILDING PUBLIC AND PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS WITH FETs AND HEIs FOR SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
RESPONSIBLE SETAs: CHIETA, HWSETA, MQA, FOODBEV
COORDINATOR: Fazel Ernest
PRINCIPAL FACILITATORS:
SCRIBES
ISSUES: These can be found in the programme booklet

COMMISSION 4: HOW CAN PROACTIVE ENGAGEMENT BE ACHIEVED TO DEFINE:
I. NSDS III II. QCTO III. RESPONSE TO MAJOR NATIONAL PRIORITIES
RESPONSIBLE SETAs: MERSETA, W&R SETA, CETA, THETA
COORDINATOR: Wayne Adams
PRINCIPAL FACILITATORS:
SCRIBES
ISSUES: These can be found in the programme booklet

16h00-16h30
TEA

17H00: COCKTAIL EVENT
PROGRAMME:

1. Welcome M Makhubalo

2. Musical Interlude

3. SETA presentations

4. Presentation by Distinguished Guest TBA

5. Musical Interlude

6. Special Awards and Recognition

7. Networking

PROGRAMME DAY 2: THURSDAY OCTOBER 1 2009

07h30-08h45
Registration

SESSION 3: “UNDERSTANDING THE ELEMENTS OF A 21STCENTURY LEARNING SYSTEM”

08h45-09h00
Review of Day 1
J Madiba/
S Mkhwanazi

09h00-09h30
Workplace Learning in SA – ETDP Revisited
N Nxesi

09h30-10h00
Why the traditional is simply not good enough
I Blumenthal

10h00-10h30
Why the university system in South Africa needs the SETAs
M C Mehl

10h30-11h00
TEA

11h00-11h30
A partnership between Higher Education & the SETAs to enhance Skills Development
TBA

11h30-12h00
The NSA under a new Ministry: What is envisaged?
S Nondwangu

12h00-13h00
LUNCH

SESSION 4: COMMISSIONS CONTINUE

13h00-15h30
Commission discussions and recording continue in the 4 groups

15h30-16h00
CONFERENCE RESOLUTIONS AND WAY FORWARD
J Dikgole

16h00-16h40
TEA & NETWORKING

CLOSE OF CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

You can go to www.SetaVoice.co.za for more info on the conference.

PLEASE NOTE: IT IS PLANNED THAT THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONFERENCE WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE TO ALL PARTICIPANTS BY THE END OF OCTOBER. THIS WILL INCLUDE ALSO THE INPUTS AND DISCUSSIONS FROM EACH OF THE COMMISSIONS.

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