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KWAZULU-NATAL. PRESENTATION ON RECAPITALISATION PROGRAMME. INTRODUCTION. Timing of the Recapitalization project Challenges of the restructuring/merger Value adding to quality of life. . NINE COLLEGES. Coastal KZN Elangeni Esayidi Majuba Mnambithi Mthashana Thekwini Umfolozi

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KWAZULU-NATAL

PRESENTATION ON RECAPITALISATION PROGRAMME


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INTRODUCTION

  • Timing of the Recapitalization project

  • Challenges of the restructuring/merger

  • Value adding to quality of life.


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NINE COLLEGES

  • Coastal KZN

  • Elangeni

  • Esayidi

  • Majuba

  • Mnambithi

  • Mthashana

  • Thekwini

  • Umfolozi

  • Umgungundlovu


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SIZES OF COLLEGES


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COASTAL KZN FACULTIES

  • Engineering

  • Business Studies

  • Utility Studies


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ELANGENI

  • Engineering

  • Business Studies

  • Utility Studies,

  • Arts


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ESAYIDI

  • Engineering

  • Business Studies

  • Utility Studies,

  • Agriculture,

  • Arts


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MAJUBA

  • Engineering

  • Business Studies

  • Utility Studies,

  • Agriculture,


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MNAMBITHI

  • Engineering

  • Business Studies

  • Utility Studies,

  • Agriculture,


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MTHASHANA

  • Engineering

  • Business Studies

  • Utility Studies,

  • Agriculture,


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THEKWINI

  • Engineering

  • Business Studies

  • Utility Studies,

  • Arts etc.


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UMFOLOZI

  • Engineering

  • Business Studies

  • Utility Studies,

  • Agriculture,


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UMGUNGUNDLOVU

  • Engineering

  • Business Studies

  • Utility Studies,

  • Agriculture,

  • Arts


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Funds allocated for 2006/0, 2007/08 and 2008/09 are as follows:


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APPROVED BUDGET ALLOCATIONS FOR KZN

  • HUMAN RESOURCE DEVR5 100 000

  • IMPROVING SYSTEMSR4 500 000

  • INFRASTRUCTURER25 682 991

  • BUYING EQUIPMENTR15 027 009

  • CURRICULUMR7 745 000

  • UPGRADE OF SITESR2 100 000

  • BUYING BUILDINGSR29 020 000


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ACTIVITIES / SUCCESSES

  • Senior management buy-in. There is common understanding between the colleges and the head office.

  • The funds were transferred to colleges immediately they were cleared by our finance section.


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ACTIVITIES/SUCCESSES

  • Operational plans were approved in March 2006

  • The first transfer of recapitalization to colleges was made in May 2006

  • Monitoring by DoE – planned for 19, 20 and 21 June 2006.


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ACTIVITIES/SUCCESSES

  • Launch of the new curriculum by KZN DoE- 30 May 2006

  • Colleges are preparing for the implementation of NationalCurriculum Vocational (NCV)

  • Appointment of project managers to manage all the recapitalization programmes – from college funds


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ACTIVITIES/SUCCESSES

  • Establishment of recapitalization committees

  • Consultants to train committees

  • Appointment of the manager at head office to take charge of finances including Recap budget


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ACTIVITIES/SUCCESSES

  • Most of the upgrade and building projects have been started:

    • Ritchtek Campus (first phase) has been completed, renovation of

    • Esikhawini College(first phase) has been completed,

    • Mandenini Campus Training Center has been initiated,

    • Sundumbili has been initiated,

    • Enseleni has been initiated,

    • Ezakheni Campus has been initiated,

    • Kwamashu Campus, Qadi Campus, and Pinetown Campus have been initiated.

    • Emandleni Campus, Nongoma Campus and Vryheid have been started.


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CHALLENGES

  • Institutional capacity. Interviews for portfolio managers and campus managers are being concluded.

  • training of newly appointed personnel

  • Procurement. The staff will need training on procurement procedures since this is the first time for them to procure for building and upgrading of systems, etc.

  • Approval of plans is a lengthy process while tenders for building cannot be advertised before the approval of plans


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CHALLENGES CONT…

  • Project management fees. Recapitalization project does not cater for the appointment of staff, e.g. project managers, which makes it difficult for the colleges to manage such a big project.

  • The alignment of programmes in the FET Colleges such that all the demands of the Province are met fairly.


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CONNECTIVITY PROJECT

  • This project has been funded through recapitalization funds.

  • It has a budget of R65 m

  • Commenced in February 2006.

  • Will facilitate consultation and communication between colleges and head office as well as between colleges themselves.


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CONNECTIVITY PROJECT

  • The purpose of connectivity project it to enable FET Colleges to manage their administrative responsibilities and most importantly support the roll out of the FET College Curriculum.

  • Phase 1 of this connectivity was launched in May 2006.

  • This project will be completed by 30 November 2006.


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