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Parliamentary Committee Annual Report Presentation 2009-10 10 November 2010. STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES. 2. Transformation of the sector through skills development; Health and Safety training and development; The development of our current workforce and new entrants to the labour market;

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Parliamentary committee annual report presentation 2009 10 10 november 2010

Parliamentary Committee

Annual Report Presentation 2009-10

10 November 2010


Parliamentary committee annual report presentation 2009 10 10 november 2010

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

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  • Transformation of the sector through skills development;

  • Health and Safety training and development;

  • The development of our current workforce and new entrants to the labour market;

  • 4. Re-skilling of employed/unemployed for sustainable employment;

  • 5. The delivery of quality training and development.


Mqa business planning model

MQA BUSINESS PLANNING MODEL

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MQA Skills

Development

Strategic Objectives

National and Sectoral Strategies

Board Strategic Planning Workshop

Business Plan

Budget

2005-2010

Sector Skills Plan

Transformation

Health & Safety

2005-2010 National Skills Development Strategy

Current Workforce & New Entrants

Re-skilling of Employed & Unemployed

Mining Charter Support Strategy

Quality Training and Development

Good governance and advocacy

MQA governance and advocacy


Mqa skills development value chain

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MQA SKILLS DEVELOPMENT VALUE CHAIN

ETQA

Monitoring &

Evaluation

Qualifications

Standards

Materials

Learning

Programmes

WSP-ATR

Research

Develop

Programmes

“DQP”

Development

Quality Partner

Quality

Assure

Certificate

“AQP”

Assessment

Quality Partner

Identify

Skills

Required

Facilitate

Delivery

Support Services such as:

Information Technology, Finance, Procurement,

Customer Service, Communication and Human Resources


Governance

Tripartite Board Structure

Four (4) Department of Mineral Resources (DMR),

Five (5) Organised Labour

Five (5) Employer Representatives

Chairperson: Chief Inspector of Mines

Seven Standing Committees:

Audit Committee including Risk

Remunerations Committee

Finance Committee

SGB Committee

Skills Research and Planning

Learning Programmes

ETQA Committee

GOVERNANCE

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The MQA regards good governance as fundamental to the future sustainability

Annual declaration of interest for staff and the board members.

A toll free fraud and corruption hotline


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STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

COMMITMENTS – Discretionary – R195million


Financial achievements

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FINANCIAL ACHIEVEMENTS

  • The MQA achieved a clean bill of health from the Auditor General for the 2009-10 financial year.

  • Financial Management, Risk Management and internal controls were assessed positively by the Auditor General.

  • Skills Development Revenue increased by a moderate 8% as opposed to 20% last year as a result of shrinkages in employment in the sector

  • Interest accumulated on bank accounts decreased from 41% last year to 24% this year because of timeous disbursement of funds

  • 91% (84) of mandatory grants levy income was claimed

  • 190% discretionary grants were disbursed whereas only 20% levy contributions were received

  • R22million (R17million) was saved on

  • administration funds

Refer to page 74-77 in AR


Profile of the sector employment per subsector 2009

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PROFILE OF THE SECTOR EMPLOYMENT PER SUBSECTOR: 2009

Total Employment: 551 195 employees

Source: Draft SSP


Profile of the sector geographic distribution of employees 2009

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PROFILE OF THE SECTORGEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION OF EMPLOYEES : 2009

Source: Draft SSP


The demand for labour trends in total employment in mining subsectors 2009

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THE DEMAND FOR LABOURTRENDS IN TOTAL EMPLOYMENT IN MINING SUBSECTORS : 2009

Source: Draft SSP


Achievements skills planning research

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ACHIEVEMENTSSkills Planning & Research

  • OPERATIONAL STATISTICS

  • 514 (491) organisations submitted their WSPs and ATRs

  • 497 (417) WSP-ATRs approved with only 17 non approvals

Standards Generation

  • 11 additional qualifications and associated unit standards registered

  • 3 qualifications and associated unit standards out for public comment

  • 6 new learnerships were developed and registered

  • 31 new skills programmes were developed and approved with 21 being reviewed and approved

  • 1 154 Learning Packs were approved

  • 29 active Technical Reference Groups


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ACHIEVEMENTSLearning Programmes

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Rural Reach

Our learning programmes and ABET learners are situated in our

mines. The majority of our mines are situated in remote areas that

are rural with surrounding townships. Below are the provinces

covered based on mining activity.


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ACHIEVEMENTSLearning Programmes

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Employed Learners

(18.1)

OPERATIONAL STATISTICS

RURAL REACH (see slide 12)

Refer to page 50 in AR


Achievements learning programmes

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ACHIEVEMENTSLearning Programmes

Unemployed Learners

(18.2)

OPERATIONAL STATISTICS

RURAL REACH (see slide 12)

Refer to page 50 in AR


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ACHIEVEMENTSLearning Programmes

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Adult Education & Training

RURAL REACH (see slide 12)


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ACHIEVEMENTSProjects

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  • Lecture and Trainer Support

  • To support six Universities to achieve employment equity and

  • transformation targets among their lecturing staff

  • 14 lecturers were appointed to lecture in mining, geology

  • and mine survey in participating universities

  • Bursary Scheme

  • To create a pool of qualified graduates to pursue careers in the

  • mining and minerals sector

  • 668 (target 290) bursars funded by the MQA entered HET institutions and 48 (100) learners successfully completed their studies.

WOMEN, PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AND RURAL REACH

300 Males, 368 Females, 13 learners with disabilities

Although the bursars complete their studies in the cities

the majority of the bursars are from rural areas.


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ACHIEVEMENTSProjects

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  • Work Experience

  • To support learners to obtain university qualifications by enabling

  • them to gain practical work experience required.

  • 661 (target 112) learners were placed with 20 mining companies to gain work

  • experience. This includes 99 who were assisted with vacation work.

WOMEN, PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AND RURAL REACH

461 Males, 200 Females, 5 learners with disabilities

Refer to page 55 in AR


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ACHIEVEMENTSProjects

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  • Internships

  • To provide structured work experience to young unemployed graduates

  • from FET or HET institutions to support scarce and critical skills needs.

  • 113 (target 70) learners on internships were placed in various mining

  • related disciplines.

WOMEN, PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AND RURAL REACH

60 Males, 53 Females, 10 learners with disabilities

Refer to page 51 in AR


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ACHIEVEMENTSProjects

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  • Training Voucher Project

  • To provide support to BEE firms and BEE cooperatives

  • At least 2 000 (target 800) learners were various skills including retrenched

  • workers in the following areas:

WOMEN, PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AND RURAL REACH

1 300 Males, 700 Females, 20 learners with disabilities

Refer to page 56 in AR


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ACHIEVEMENTSProjects

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Small Scale Mining

To train and build the capacity of small-scale miners which

are SMMEs

697 (target 400) learners including women in nine provinces received

training in the following areas:

WOMEN, PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AND RURAL REACH

227 Males, 470 Females, 30 learners with disabilities

Refer to page 56 in AR


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ACHIEVEMENTSProjects

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  • New Venture Creation

  • To provide business management related training to HDI’s who have just

  • established or want to establish their own mining related enterprises

  • 151 (target 133) new ventures in operation 12 months after completion of

  • programme.

  • 166 learners trained in four provinces.

WOMEN, PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AND RURAL REACH

90 Males, 76 Females, 5 learners with disabilities

Refer to page 56 in AR


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ACHIEVEMENTSProjects

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  • Maths and Science Pilot project

  • To support Grade 12 Maths & Science Learners to achieve good

  • Maths and Science results that will allow them access to HET

  • institutions to enrol on mining and minerals related qualifications.

  • 500 learners were trained in five provinces achieving the following results:

  • Mathematics

    • 6% of learners obtained distinctions, 80% passed, 42% obtained university entrance

    • and 20% failed or qualified for supplementary exams.

  • Physical Science

    • 1% of learners obtained distinctions, 61% passed, 20% obtained university entrance

    • and 39% failed or qualified for supplementary exams.

Provinces covered:

Refer to page 59-60 in AR


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ACHIEVEMENTSProjects

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  • Stakeholder Engagement

  • A range of engagement forums in the provinces listed below took place to support

  • stakeholders, rural communities and to provide career guidance to learners.

Refer to page 67-68 in AR


Achievements quality assurance

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ACHIEVEMENTSQuality Assurance

OPERATIONAL STATISTICS

  • The MQA accreditation status as an ETQA has been extended to September 2011

  • 54 accreditation and programme approval audits were conducted

  • 10 programme approval audits were conducted

  • Foundational Learning Competence (FLC) Facilitator Development commenced.

  • 626 Assessors and 102 Moderators were registered

  • 23 accreditation scope extensions were granted by SAQA for Quality Assurance

  • 28 training providers were assisted to achieve ISO certification

  • 16 Institutions of Sectoral and Occupational Excellence (ISOE’s) were recognised and 8 institutions were assisted to be recognised as ISOEs in the future

  • 150 Personal Digital Assistance (PDA) assessment guides were developed and concluded

  • The Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) guideline and strategy document has been developed. The focus was on the Engineering

  • artisan area. This approach will be rolled out to other

  • occupational areas.


Dhet scorecard overall assessment key achievements

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DHET SCORECARDOVERALL ASSESSMENT Key achievements


Dhet scorecard overall assessment key achievements1

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DHET SCORECARDOVERALL ASSESSMENT Key achievements


Challenges

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CHALLENGES

  • In relation to our strategic objectives;

  • There are still transformational challenges in the sector

  • Accidents in the mines “one live lost is one too many”

  • Income decreased resulting in a reduction in allocating

  • learners for learning programmes and a re evaluation

  • of some projects

  • Re-establishment of SETAs and proposed new landscape

  • has presented some insecurities in the sector

  • Staff turnover resulting in institutional memory loss.


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