Has your company moved to one of the new Setas? How would you know? The list of SIC codes will give you the answer.
Today I was asked for help by someone who spoke to a bargaining council and 2 Setas and still couldn’t get a full comprehensive accurate answer.
it seems that not all employers are aware of the impact of the new Seta landscape – and the Setas aren’t necessarily much better informed.
The “new” Setas consist of SIC (standard industry classification) codes, which means that if your company falls into a SIC code that has moved, your company has moved. No inter-seta transfers are necessary, but you do need to confirm with your new Seta home, what their requirements are for submission of Annual Training Report and Workplace Skills Plan by 30 June 2011.
For full listing of SIC codes, see attached file: