This morning ASDSA hosted a ground-breaking very informative webinar, in combination with major centre seminars. The presenter was Bev Jack who gave us an update on what is happening at NEDLAC.
As members will know, our Constitution requires that there is broad consultation on our legislation. As Bev indicated sometimes in the past that has not been genuine consultation.
However, on the revised SETA landscape NSDLP as gazetted in 2015 – there is now more effective consultation. In consultation at NEDLAC there should be 4 parties, government, business, organised labour – and the community. Now in skills development we are the community.
So in March 2017 they took a few steps back in order to bring the community on board – that is us please note – and now they are ready to move forward again.
A big up to Gill Connellan and everyone at ASDSA for organising this combined major centre/webinar combination so that we are all able to contribute.