DISCRETIONARY GRANTS APPLICATIONS


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    Bronwyn Newman
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    SERVICES SETA 2014/2015

    DISCRETIONARY GRANTS APPLICATIONS

    The Services Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) is a statutory body established in terms of the Skills Development Act of (1998) as amended, to enable stakeholders to advance skills levels in the services sector.

    The Services SETA invites suitable stakeholders to apply for Discretionary Grant funding.

    The Discretionary Grants Applications will open during the period 22 October 2014 to 21 November 2014.

    Dates for the relevant briefing sessions will be held as documented on the Services SETA website.

    Discretionary Grant Application forms along with the Discretionary Grant Application procedures and related information will be accessible on the Services SETA website, http://www.serviceseta.org.za, from 22 October 2014. 

    All enquiries regarding the Discretionary Grant Applications should be in writing and may be directed to dg@serviceseta.org.za  by 11:00 on 07 November 2014.

    Response thereto will be provided by 10 November 2014.

    NOTE: Discretionary Grants are allocated at the sole discretion of the Services SETA. 

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  • Margaret Becker

    A really well written article – thank you. In couple therapy we use the mirror neuron effect to help couples soothe one another when talking about stressful events. Leaders and parents can do this to great effect by, not only being an example in general life but by remaining calm under pressure and thereby bringing out the best in others.  Gandhi also put this really well in a simple idea “be the change you want to see in the world”. If we add this idea to the butterfly effect ie that things amplify as they more along we never know what big changes our small behaviours can bring about.  Of course this can be for the good or bad. 

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