NSDP – Submissions to DHET from ASDSA and BUSA


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  • #65136

    sylvia hammond
    Keymaster

    To all members of skills-universe,
    You will be aware from previous postings, that the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) has posted proposed changes to the SETA landscape, use of Skills Development Levies (SDL), with impact upon the Post-school Education and Training (PSET) landscape.
    Please see attached the formal responses to DHET from the professional body ASDSA and business association BUSA.

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  • #65139

    Lynel Farrell
    Participant

    Thank you so much Sylvia. Will be reading this tonight!

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    • #65140

      sylvia hammond
      Keymaster

      Yes Lynel, so much to read – so much to pay attention to.
      I think all South Africans will be looking for RPL in a Constitutional law qualification – as we all need to be reading the Constitution just to be able to follow the news :))) I do love SA.

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  • #65141

    Xolile Hans
    Participant

    Thank You, Sylvia. The information will come in handy. I hope the powers that be will look at this positively.

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  • #65142

    Maxine Peters
    Participant

    Sylvia thank you and interesting indeed. Love it..Take note we entering exciting times.

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  • #65164

    Marilyn Harland
    Participant

    Hi Sylvia

    Thank you for the update.

    Very informative and bit concerning.

    New things to come.

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  • #65179

    Janelle Gravett
    Participant

    Many thanks Sylvia.
    Had a very interesting session yesterday with CCMG hosted by CEO Sharon Haigh and Ivor Blumenthal on this subject. CCMG (Professional Body for Contact Centres) will be putting in comments as well. Interesting times!

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  • #65180

    Des Squire
    Participant

    Thank you Sylvia – it is so good to hear bodies such as BUSA speak out on issues such as this. Dictatorial approaches must no longer be accepted by anyone. Well said BUSA.
    As for exciting times – the need for a liberation movement are gone.

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  • #65204

    Takalani Nethengwe
    Participant

    Thanks Sylvia, let’s hope the powers that be understand the view of business, more especially on structure follows strategy and not the other way round.

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  • #65236

    Thokozani Absalom
    Participant

    My life is so blessed with some of the most amazing people. Thank you Sylvia for being part of my journey

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  • #65253

    sylvia hammond
    Keymaster

    Thank you to everyone who responded and we will now wait to see what happens and what changes are made.

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