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PARLIAMENTARY PRESENTATION. August 2013. VISION, MISSION AND VALUES. VISION A competent, health and safety orientated mining and minerals workforce MISSION Ensure that the mining and minerals sector has sufficient competent people who will improve health and safety, employment equity and

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vision mission and values
VISION, MISSION AND VALUES
  • VISION
  • A competent, health and safety orientated mining and minerals workforce
  • MISSION
  • Ensure that the mining and minerals sector has sufficient competent
  • people who will improve health and safety, employment equity and
  • increase productivity standards
  • VALUES
  • Continuous Learning
  • Empowerment
  • Professionalism
  • Honesty and Mutual Respect
  • Service Excellence
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MQA STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

  • 1. Transformation
  • Ensuring sufficient skills and competencies for HDSAs
  • 2. Decision making through Research
  • Strengthening and improvement of the research function to support decision making
  • 3. Enhance Knowledge and Information Management
  • Ensures continuous tracking, monitoring and establishment of effective systems
  • 4. Core Skills Development Programmes aligned with Sector
  • Qualifications
  • Mining sector employees have the necessary competencies required in specific occupations
  • 5. Enhance the monitoring, evaluation, review, delivery capacity and
  • quality of skills development
  • Ensuring delivery of quality programmes
  • 6. Efficient, effective and transparent corporate governance system
  • with the legal framework
  • Streamline internal business processes to meet the strategic objectives
financial management 2012 13 2013 14 projections
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 2012-13 & 2013-14 PROJECTIONS
  • We received an unqualified audit report from the Auditor General in 2012-13.
  • In spite the challenges in the mines, skills levy income continues to increase
  • Interest on bank accounts is expected to decrease from R25m toR22m in 2013-14.
  • Our discretionary grants expenditure budget is expected to increase from R302m to R604m (new regulations 50%)
  • 89% mandatory grants levy income was claimed in 2012-13. Our projections are 90% for 2013-14
  • Of the total levy discretionary fund contributions received, 148% discretionary grants were disbursed in 2012-13. Projections are that 128% will be disbursed in 2013-14.
hei partnerships
HEI PARTNERSHIPS
  • The MQA has formed partnerships with the following HEIs to develop Historically Disadvantaged South Africans as lecturers:
    • - Unisa
    • - University of Witwatersrand
    • - University of Johannesburg
    • - University of Venda
    • - University of Fort Hare
    • - Rhodes University
    • -University of Pretoria
    • - University of Limpopo
    • - University of Cape Town
hei partnerships1
HEI PARTNERSHIPS
  • In addition the MQA has signed a service level agreement with the University of Pretoria for them to conduct the review of the SSP. Incorporated herein are the WSP/ATR analysis, the skills trend analysis in the sector and the identification of scarce and critical skills.
  • The University of Johannesburg is also conducting a study on the reasons for poor results for the Government Certificates of Competence and proposing an improved competency model.
  • Wits CSMI has been utilised for the training of the DMR Inspectorate.
  • SLAs are signed with various Universities, Universities of Technology and Further Education and Training Colleges to provide bursar support.
fet college partnerships
FET COLLEGE PARTNERSHIPS
  • MQA signed six (6) MOUs have been signed to host MQA in the colleges as indicated in the table below.
  • In addition to this SLAs are in place with 3 FET Colleges for the training of FET lecturers.
  • Further SLAs are in place to finalise the training of NCV Level 4 learners to achieve artisan status.
  • The MQA has accredited the College of Cape Town as a trade test centre for the Goldsmith qualifications.
  • RURAL DEVELOPMENT
  • The establishment of partnerships with FET colleges addresses the development of youth in rural communities and townships.
fet partnerships and regional expansion
FET PARTNERSHIPS ANDREGIONAL EXPANSION

Regional offices established:

plans for unemployed youth and employed
PLANS FOR UNEMPLOYED YOUTH AND EMPLOYED
  • UNEMPLOYED YOUTH
  • 90% of MQA projects are targeting youth development e.g. bursars, Artisans, Learnerships, Internships.
  • EMPLOYED
  • The MQA has implemented an Artisan Aide/ RPL project targeting the development of current Employees towards the achievement of Artisan and non-Artisan programmes
  • NEW VENTURE CREATION
  • MQA’s mineral beneficiation project targets the development of Youth in entrepreneurship skills to enable them to establish sustainable businesses e.g. Jewelry and Diamond processing.
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NEW INITIATIVES TO IMPROVE EFFICIENCIES

  • ESTABLISHEMENT OF MONITORING & EVALUATION UNIT
  • This unit has contributed to the evaluation and tracking of all MQA projects so that value for money is obtained on services rendered to stakeholders.
  • Monitoring and Evaluation Framework is developed to ensure value for money and impact of MQA programmes.
  • ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE REVIEW AND CAPACITATION
  • Review of the organisational structure to ensure quality and capacitation of key departments such as SCM, M&E, Regions and HR.
  • SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
  • Centralisation of SCM processes to ensure efficiencies, prevent fraud and corruption and improve the BBBEE spend.
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THANK YOU !

Ndiyabonga!

Ndiyabulela!

Ngiyabonga!

Ke a leboga!

Ke yaleboga!

Ke a leboha!

Ndikhou livhuha!

Ngiyathokoza!

Dankie!

Inkomu!

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