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PRESENTATION TO PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING – 7 NOVEMBER 2012. CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability. OUTLINE OF PRESENTATION. Journey of the CHIETA to date (Challenges, Achievements and work in progress)

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Presentation to portfolio committee on higher education and training 7 november 2012

PRESENTATION TO PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING – 7 NOVEMBER 2012


Outline of presentation

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

OUTLINE OF PRESENTATION

  • Journey of the CHIETA to date (Challenges, Achievements and work in progress)

  • 2011\12 Annual Report - Financial and performance information

  • Looking forward – Projected deliverables / commitments

  • Questions and answers


Journey of new governing board challenges

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

JOURNEY OF NEW GOVERNING BOARD - CHALLENGES

  • A new board – 1 April 2012

  • Previous CEO suspended

  • Acting CEO and challenges on timing to find suitable placement (Due process followed)

  • Low staff morale and lack of discipline due to a protracted transition period

  • Break in trust relationship between staff and management due to the PWC report being confidential


Journey of new governing board achievements

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

JOURNEY OF NEW GOVERNING BOARD- ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Effectively operational Board of Governors

  • Corporate governance was a major priority for the new Governing Board

  • Introduction of accountable board committees and regular reporting and monitoring to the Governing Board and relevant stakeholders

  • Clear understanding and mitigation of organizational risks to ensure we deliver on NSDS 3 and other national strategies

  • Continuous learning and capacity building to discharge our fiduciary duties with confidence

  • Unqualified audit report with no emphases of matter

  • Actively addressing PWC findings through audit committee and special Board mandated task teams


Journey of the new governing board work in progress

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

JOURNEY OF THE NEW GOVERNING BOARD-WORK IN PROGRESS

  • Concluding on follow up actions from PWC report (Due process followed)

  • Working closely with NSA and DHET on Section 14A matters

  • CEO recruitment process in final stages

  • Continued support to management and staff to deliver on CHIETA mandate


2011 12 annual report financial and performance information

2011\12 Annual Report - Financial and performance information

  • Strong alignment of CHIETA strategic objectives with government priorities and frameworks to address skills shortages and exposing young people to opportunities in the chemicals sector


Key operational challenges

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

KEY OPERATIONAL CHALLENGES

  • Sustained delivery with shortage of capacity

  • Establishing accountability on all collective levels in the organization – this has been rolled out successfully since 2011


Key operational achievements

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

KEY OPERATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Strong alignment of CHIETA strategic objectives with government priorities and frameworks

  • Strategic allocation of grants within NSDS 3 and national priorities

  • Re-energize CHIETA Chambers and stakeholder structures

  • Above average performance deliverables against pre- determined targets

  • CHIETA met and exceeded 82% of its 96 organizational targets

  • Exceeded targets in number of employed and unemployed learnerships entered and certificated


Key operational achievements continued

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

KEY OPERATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS CONTINUED

  • Exceeded organisational target on artisans employed and unemployed entered

  • Exceeded organisational target on FET, Partnerships, Workplace experience, support to co-ops and small businesses and career guidance

  • Comprehensive organisational risk management policy framework in place to mitigate external and internal risk

  • Maintaining our green status with SAQA on the CHIETA learner record database

  • Sustained and increased levy income

  • CHIETA rural presence at FET colleges

  • Finalization of a CHIETA compliance register


2011 12 annual report financial and performance information1

2011\12 Annual Report - Financial and performance information


Chieta audited performance information 2011 12

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

CHIETA Audited Performance Information 2011-12


Chieta audited performance information 2011 121

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

CHIETA Audited Performance Information 2011-12


Chieta audited performance information 2011 122

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

CHIETA Audited Performance Information 2011-12


Annual financial statements and audit results

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AND AUDIT RESULTS

  • UNQUALIFIED AUDIT REPORT – 11 Consecutive years

  • Full Compliance with Laws and Regulations

  • No material findings on performance information

  • 11,3% increase in SDL income from R297 million for the year ended March 2011 to R330 million for the year ended March 2012

  • Grant expenses increased by 9.7% from R239 million in 2011 to R262 million in 2012 and accounted for 91% of grant levy income received

  • Average grant disbursement rate of over 90% for entire period since inception


Annual financial statements and audit results1

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AND AUDIT RESULTS

  • DG reserves – 99,9% committed as at 31 March 2012

  • Over R45 million (Return on investment – R20m, Admin savings – R7m, Unclaimed MG – R18m) transferred to DG Reserve for strategic sector skills priorities

  • Administration expenses remained well within 10% legislated provision

  • Savings of over R7 million realised on administration funds – representing 17% of total admin provision


Presentation to portfolio committee on higher education and training 7 november 2012

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

  • NET SURPLUSES FOR THE 2011-12 FINANCIAL YEAR AND ALLOCATION OF FUNDS AVAILABLE ON DG RESERVE


Presentation to portfolio committee on higher education and training 7 november 2012

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability


Annual financial statements and audit results2

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AND AUDIT RESULTS


Annual financial statements and audit results3

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AND AUDIT RESULTS


Annual financial statements and audit results4

SDL Income VS Employer Grants and Project Expenses

300 000

250 000

200 000

R'000

150 000

100 000

50 000

-

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

26 295

90 082

104 647

113 025

126 043

135 943

153 846

165 389

208 587

235 076

260 105

288 497

SDL for Grants (70%)

23 159

70 253

76 627

116 390

91 844

196 204

141 560

122 125

152 742

242 921

239 443

262 584

Employer Grant and Project Expenses

88%

78%

73%

103%

73%

144%

92%

74%

73%

103%

92%

91%

Grants and Projects exp %

YEAR

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AND AUDIT RESULTS


Presentation to portfolio committee on higher education and training 7 november 2012

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

  • PARTNERSHIPS & AGREEMENTS WITH FET's,UoT's & HETs

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Presentation to portfolio committee on higher education and training 7 november 2012

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

  • PROGRESS ON IMPLEMENTATION OF RPL

Fully Implemented Credible RPL process at CHIETA for Artisans / Learning Programs


Presentation to portfolio committee on higher education and training 7 november 2012

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

  • WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING – CURRENT CONTRACTUAL COMMITMENTS to 30 SEPTEMBER 2012


Presentation to portfolio committee on higher education and training 7 november 2012

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

  • SETA PRESENCE IN RURAL AREAS & TOWNSHIPS – OPENING OF OFFICES

  • The CHIETA concluded a Memorandum of Understanding with the Enhlanzeni Public FET College on the 28 September 2012

  • The official opening of the offices by the CHIETA as the lead SETA was on the 01 October 2012

  • The CHIETA is also in the process of establishing its presence in the other 5 Campuses in Mpumalanga.

  • The CHIETA is also supporting 15 other lead SETA’s in rural and township areas


Presentation to portfolio committee on higher education and training 7 november 2012

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

  • COMMITTED NUMBER OF LEARNING PROGRAMMES


Presentation to portfolio committee on higher education and training 7 november 2012

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

  • LIST OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES


Presentation to portfolio committee on higher education and training 7 november 2012

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

  • LIST OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES


Thank you

CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability

THANK YOU


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