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  1. Labour NSDS 2005 – 2010 Implementing a Collaborative Strategy Dr Florus P. J. Prinsloo Acting Senior Executive Manager SETA Coordination Department of Labour

  2. Labour Minister Hon M Mdladlana MP Department of Labour

  3. Labour SETA Coordination

  4. Labour SETA Best Practice Support

  5. Labour SETA Performance Management

  6. Labour National Skills Fund

  7. Labour National Skills Authority

  8. Labour Overview of Skills Framework • Skills Development Act 1998, Amended 2003 • Skills Development Levies Act 1999 • NSDS 2005 - 2010 Document • Establishes National Objectives & Targets • Grant Regulations – Gazette 27801 + Amendment 2006 • Establishes Funding Rules for SETAs • Service Level Agreement Regulations– Gazette 27801 • Governs relations between DoL and SETAs in meeting Objectives & Targets • NSF Funding Windows • Establishes guidelines, criteria and procedures for NSF funded projects and initiatives.

  9. Labour Funding Framework 2005 - 2010 25 R Billion 20 NSDS 5 SETAs NSF

  10. Labour Grant Regulations Framework

  11. Labour NSF FUNDING WINDOWS Strategic Projects

  12. Labour NSDS II Objective 1 = What Skills? 1.1 Sector skills research and planning • Discretionary Regulation 7(1)(a) • 23 SSPs evaluated, S&C List compiled, agreed with Skills Focus Group, DHA, Economic Clusters. • Organising Framework for Occupations developed & being implemented.

  13. Labour NSDS II Objective 1 = What Skills? 1.2 Critical skills information dissemination • Discretionary Regulation 7(1)(b) + NSF W3 Critical Skills Support • Target = 7,183 SDFs & Sector Specialists • Actual = 8,082 SDFs & Sector Specialists • Four sector guides, others on the way • National guide list completed

  14. SETAs Employers DoL PO and LC Labour Active Labour System (Employment & Skills Development Services) ESDS Register Employers NSDS Objective 1 Register Scarce And Critical Skills NSDS Objective 2 Register Occupational Placement Opportunities Under-Employed and New Entrants Receive Career Guidance Register Work-Seekers Register Occupational Interventions Register Occupational Placements Accredit Occupational Programmes NSDS Objective 5 NSDS Objective 3 & 4 Accredit Occupational Providers

  15. Labour NSDS II Objective 2 = Workplace Skills? 2.1 Large/Medium Firms Mandatory Grants • Mandatory Regulation 6 and 10. • Target = 3,144 large & 4,709 medium firms • Actual = 4,866 large & 5,424 medium firms • R 2,3 billion transferred to SETAs • R 2,2 billion claimed = 92% successes

  16. Labour NSDS II Objective 2 = Workplace Skills? 2.2 Small Levy Paying Firms Mandatory Grants • Mandatory Regulation 6 and 10. • Target = 27106 SMEs supported • Actual = 28,532 SME supported • Very small number SME levy paying firms

  17. Labour NSDS II Objective 2 = Workplace Skills? 2.3 Government Departments • SD Act Section 30(a)(ii). • PSETA coordination + National Treasury. • PSETA Re-established, Re-Listed • Target = 1% of Personnel Cost spent on training • National = 1,87% of Personnel Costs • Provincial = No Statistics Available • 1% of Personnel Cost = R 2,7 Billion

  18. Labour NSDS II Objective 2 = Workplace Skills? 2.4 National Standard~People Development. • SD Act Section 30B & Discretionary Regulation 7(1)(n) & NSF W4 Provisioning Support • Research, policy and advise to MoL • National Standard being developed with South African Bureau of Standards (SABS)

  19. Labour NSDS II Objective 2 = Workplace Skills? 2.5 Small BEE Firms & BEE Co-ops • Discretionary Regulation 7(1)(n) • Sector baseline research • Small BEE Firm & BEE Co-ops Baseline Database and Register Developed by SETAs during 2005 - 2006

  20. Labour NSDS II Objective 2 = Workplace Skills? 2.6 Industry Support Programme • NSF W5 – Industry Support Programme • Investments or expansions, DTI linked • 168 SMEs applied, 93 approved • 1,178 workers trained NOT APPLICABLE TO SETAS

  21. Labour NSDS II Objective 2 = Workplace Skills? 2.7 ABET for Workers • Discretionary Regulation 7(1)9c) and optional Mandatory Regulation 6 and 10. • Target = 41, 588 workers entered ABET Level 4 Programmes • Actual = 17,590 workers entered ABET level 4 programmes • Serious challenge being addressed through best practice workplace model with DoE

  22. Labour NSDS II Objective 2 = Workplace Skills? 2.8 Workers in Programmes • Discretionary Regulation 7(1)(d) • Target = 29,297 workers entered • Actual = 79,198 workers entered • Learnerships, apprenticeships, bursaries, internships and skills programmes linked to registered unit standards • Linked to scarce and critical skills

  23. Labour NSDS II Objective 3 = Employable skills? 3.1 Social Development & EPWP • NSF W1 Social Development Initiatives • DoL Provinces (LCs), 25% accredited training, placement categories, • 90,911 unemployed trained with 54% placement rate • Includes EPWP • Accreditation of programmes is a major focus NOT APPLICABLE TO SETAS

  24. Labour NSDS II Objective 3 = Employable skills? 3.2 NLPs, NGOs, CBOs, Community Co-ops • Discretionary Regulation 7(1)(n) and NSF W6 – Informal Sector Support. • Target = 466 organizations supported • Actual = 829 organizations supported • Definitions, locations and sectoral determination are challenges

  25. Labour NSDS II Objective 3 = Employable Skills? 3.3 ABET for Unemployed • NSF W2 – ABET • NSF roll out of 20,000 unemployed persons from July 2006 onwards. NOT APPLICABLE TO SETAS

  26. Labour NSDS II Objective 4 = Employable Skills? 4.1 Unemployed in Programmes • Discretionary Regulation 7(1)(d) and NSF W3 – Critical Skills Support • Target = 29,568 unemployed entered • Actual = 37,227 unemployed entered • Learnerships, apprenticeships, bursaries, internships and skills programmes linked to registered unit standards • Linked to scarce and critical skills • Key Issue is Impact - Placement

  27. Labour NSDS II Objective 4 = Employable Skills? 4.2 Work Experience • Discretionary Regulation 7(1)(e) • Target = 8,301 learners in workplaces • Actual = 3,693 learners in workplaces • Linked to critical skills • Key is FET / HET agreements with workplaces.

  28. Labour NSDS II Objective 4 = Employable Skills? 4.3 New Venture Creation – Learners • Discretionary Regulation 7(1)(f) and NSF W6 – Informal Sector Support. • Target = 1,669 young people contracted • Actual = 1,731 young people contracted • Challenge is sustainability through business mentoring support

  29. Labour NSDS II Objective 5 = Provisioning Skills? 5.1 Institute “S” or “O” Excellence • Discretionary Regulation 7(1)(g) • Target = 55 ISOEs • Actual = 103 ISOEs • Challenge is completion of framework and development of FETs as ISOEs

  30. Labour NSDS II Objective 5 = Provisioning Skills? 5.2 New Venture Creation – Providers • Discretionary Regulation 7(1)(h) and NSF W6 – Informal Sector Support. • Target = 33 providers • Actual = 58 Providers

  31. Labour NSDS II Objective 5 = Provisioning Skills? 5.3 ETQA / SAQA Services • Discretionary Regulation 7(1)(i) and NSF W4 – Provisioning Support • Policy development in progress • Linked to Ministerial Process of NQF Review

  32. Labour NSDS II Objective 5 = Provisioning Skills? 5.4 Stakeholder Capacity & Commitment • Discretionary Regulation 7(1)(j) and NSF W7 – Constituency capacity building & advocacy • NSA constituency based • SETA Board Member Capacity Building; NSA Policy in progress NOT APPLICABLE TO SETAS

  33. SETA PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT SYSTEMOverview A comprehensive and detailed performance assessment system has been developed and is in the process of being used to assess the performance of the SETAs for the 2005-2006 period. The total system is a fully integrated model that will eventually measure SETAS across three dimensions:

  34. SETA PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT SYSTEMDimensions • The Outputs of SETA activities (e.g. number of learners) against annual negotiated targets specified in annual service level agreements. • The Outcomes or Impact of SETA activities (e.g. number of learners placed in employment) over the medium to long term verified through research process conducted as part of he Departments Research, Monitoring and Evaluation partner • The accuracy and currency of all SETA data verified on site by the relevant Department personnel through regular and planned quality assurance processes.

  35. SETA PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT SYSTEMElements • Skills Development Act as amended • Mandate • National Skills Development Strategy • National Targets • Service Level Agreement Regulations • Framework for SLA • Service Level Agreement & Schedules • Operationalise SLA • Performance Assessment Scorecard • Measurement Methodology

  36. SETA PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT SYSTEMImplementation Performance Assessment scorecard Guideline – detailed explanatory document that strives to remove all ambiguity from the NSDS and allows SETAs to achieve effective results in an effective manner. The guideline also serves as a capacity building and development document for all SETA Stakeholders.

  37. Labour SETA Performance Assessment Scope • NSA Endorsement KRAs • NSDS 2005 - 2010 Success Indicators • NSDS 2005 - 2010 Equity Principles • NSDS 2005 -2010 Governance • NSDS 2005 - 2010 Funds Management • NSDS 2005 - 2010 Provincial Linkages • Non NSDS 2005 – 2010 Indicators

  38. Labour SCORECARD CONTENTS 2005 - 2006 • NSDS 2005 - 2010 Success Indicators • Total of 16; 9 this year; all next year • NSDS 2005 - 2010 Equity Principles • Total of 5 Indicators, All Discretionary Funded • NSDS 2005 -2010 Governance • Based on Official Audits • NSDS 2005 - 2010 Funds Management • Grant and Admin Management • NSDS 2005 - 2010 Provincial Linkages • Reporting only this year • Non NSDS 2005 – 2010 Indicators • None, but can make a come back

  39. Labour SCORECARD SUMMARY • Indicator / KRA Weighting • Fixed 20% for Funds, Other Sector Specific • Data Verification Measurement • Go : No-Go • Impact Assessment Measurement • Not for 2005 -2007 but 2008 onwards

  40. Labour Development • Lessons learnt from 2003-2005 Scorecards • Retain output measurements but improve on data verification and impact assessment • Contemporary theory • Systems Theory & Balanced Scorecard • Stakeholder input • SETAs • Broad DoL Directorates • NSA

  41. SUSTAINED IMPACT Systems Theory ECONOMIC GROWTH TIME CONSTRAINT OUTCOMES INPUTS ACTIVITIES OUTPUTS

  42. The MISSION FIDUCIARY PERSPECTIVE CUSTOMER PERSPECTIVE INTERNAL PERSPECTIVE Public Sector Balanced Scorecard LEARNING & GROWTH PERSPECTIVE

  43. SETA Scorecard - Systems Theory - Balanced Scorecard Quantitative Score 1- 5 vs SLA Targets Data Verification at SETA Impact Assessment with LMP-RPP

  44. SETA Scorecard - Systems Theory - Balanced Scorecard Quantitative Score 1- 5 vs SLA Targets Outputs Data Verification at SETA Inputs & Activities Impact Assessment with LMP-RPP Outcomes Impact

  45. SETA Scorecard - Systems Theory - Balanced Scorecard Short Term Fiduciary & Customer Perspectives Quantitative Score 1- 5 vs SLA Targets Outputs Internal + Learning & Growth Perspectives Data Verification at SETA Inputs & Activities Long Term Fiduciary & Customer Perspectives Impact Assessment with LMP-RPP Outcomes Impact

  46. Labour Timelines 31 Mar 30 Sep 31 Mar Previous Year Annual Report & Scorecard 30 Jul 30 Nov

  47. Labour Timelines 31 Mar 30 Sep 31 Mar Previous Year Annual Report & Scorecard Next Year SLA 30 Jul 30 Nov

  48. Labour Timelines 31 Mar 30 Sep 31 Mar Previous Year Annual Report & Scorecard Next Year SLA Conference 30 Jul 30 Nov

  49. Labour Timelines 31 Mar 30 Sep 31 Mar Previous Year Annual Report & Scorecard Next Year SLA SETA Business Processes Conference 30 Jul 30 Nov

  50. Labour Timelines 31 Mar 30 Sep 31 Mar Previous Year Annual Report & Scorecard Next Year SLA SETA Business Processes Conference 30 Jul 30 Nov Never ending annual cycle of sector skills planning and forecasting (OFO)