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The BANKSETA welcomes its partners . Opening Richard Plant (MC) 2. Chairman’s Welcome Sipho Ngidi BANKSETA Future Strategies Frank Groenewald Closure Richard Plant. BANKSETA 2005-2010 Strategic Focus . Frank Groenewald 20 May 2005.

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The BANKSETA welcomes its partners

  • Opening Richard Plant (MC)

  • 2. Chairman’s Welcome

  • Sipho Ngidi

  • BANKSETA Future Strategies Frank Groenewald

  • Closure Richard Plant


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BANKSETA

2005-2010 Strategic Focus

Frank Groenewald

20 May 2005


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If you want to make GOD Laugh,

tell him your future plans.

(Woody Allen)


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The big question

What should we be?

What should we do?

Are we adding value to our stakeholders?


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Objectives of the Skills Development Act

  • Developing a culture of high quality lifelong

  • learning;

  • Fostering skills development in the formal

  • economy for productivity and employment growth;

  • Stimulating and supporting skills development in

  • small businesses;

  • Assisting new entrants into employment;


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Objectives of the Skills Development Act

  • To make South Africa a more equal place for

  • everyone;

  • Stimulate and support skills development in

  • SMME’s;

  • Improve employment prospects for previously disadvantage persons and Assist new entrants into the labour market;

  • Promote opportunities for skills development in development initiatives.


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Objectives of the South African Qualifications Authority Act

  • Integrated National Framework

  • Facilitate access, mobility and progression with Education & Training

  • Enhance Quality of Education & Training

  • Accelerate the redress of past discrimination in Education & Training

  • Full personal development of each learner

  • Social & economic development of the nation at large



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Stakeholders

  • Business

  • Labour

  • Government / Departments of Labour, Education and Finance, Trade and Industry

  • Parliament and Portfolio Committees

  • NSA

  • NGOs / CBOs and Youth organisations

  • Unemployed

  • Education and training providers

  • Consultants / Vendors


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Many Voices = Many needs

  • Social transformation

  • Employment creation

  • Employability

  • Poverty alleviation / eradication

  • Skills development

  • Charter implementation

  • HIV/Aids education

  • Crime prevention

  • Adult Basic education

  • Consumer education

  • Access to Learning


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Mission statement

To promote and give effect to legislation

by establishing an education, training and

development framework to enable

stakeholders to advance the national

and global position of the banking sector.


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BANKSETA Success Factors

  • Committed and Informed Sector

  • Competent Council/Board providing strategic

  • direction.

  • Strong culture of corporate governance,

  • ownership and ethics.

  • Clear vision, strategies and objectives.

  • Knowledgeable, competent, committed staff.

  • Strong culture of needs driven delivering.

  • Strong focus on evaluation and feedback


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Principles of Operations

  • Accelerate social transformation through skills development: (85%,Black, 54% women, 4% disabled.)

  • Leverage the skills levy funds for the strategic benefit of the sector and the NSDS

  • Be cost-effective and co-source non-core delivery mechanisms.

  • Employ leading edge technology and best business practices.

  • Conduct research and benchmarking in order to improve the sector’s competitiveness through skills development.

  • Be a hub for sector collaboration.


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Governance - BANKSETA Council

  • Employer Forum

    • Sipho Ngidi SBSA (Chair Person)

    • Lawrence Mlotshwa ABSA

    • Sheila Motsepe SARB

    • Bennie Anderson FNB

    • Hennie Ferreira MFSA

    • Vacant Nedcor

  • Employee Forum

    • Eugene Ebersohn SASBO (Deputy Chair)

    • Ben Venter SASBO

    • Eugene Zeeman IBSA

    • Joe Kokela SASBO

    • Trevor Dell SASBO

    • Ntombo Nkonki-Mati SASBO


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Governance

  • Fully constituted Council

    • Constitution and Code of conduct

    • Public Finance Management Act (PFMA)

    • King ll

  • Audit Committee and Finance committees

    • Internal Audit ( Gobodo)

    • Unqualified Audit Reports x4 ( Auditor General)

    • External Expertise (Chief Financial Officer and Audit managers from big banks)

  • Remuneration Committee

    • Formally agreed processes

    • Annual research conducted by experts

    • Business & Labour represented




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Customer satisfaction Survey 2004

Words used to describe the BANKSETA

Energetic, Quick to adapt to change, Dedicated, Reliable, Ethical, Relevant, Adds value, Properly skilled, Helpful, Always there and willing to assist, Dynamic, Entrepreneurial, Professional, Committed, Dedicated, Loyal, Warm, Friendly, Very objective and fair, Sometimes a little impatient, Effective and focused on delivery, Good balance between task and people focus, Smart, Lean, Ability to follow through, Very good executor



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Strategy setting

in the BANKSETA

environment


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  • Strategy Process

  • Collect and interpret information

  • Develop strategies

  • Implement Strategies

  • Evaluate Strategies


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  • Strategy Process

  • Step 1

  • Collect and interpret information

    • International (Trends on Finance, Banking and People development)

    • National (GDS, NSDS, EE, BEE and Current and Future focus areas)

    • Sectoral Initiatives ( FSC, IIP)

    • Stakeholders (Business, Labour, Youth, Providers, Learners)


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NATIONAL ISSUES FACING

THE SECTOR

  • State of the Nation address

    • Unemployment

    • Poverty alleviation

    • Employment Equity

    • Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment

  • HIV/AIDS

  • Lack of available skilled resources

  • Challenges in supply side of educated labour

  • Transformation

  • Financial Sector Charter


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BANKSETA Scope

  • Central banking

  • Discount houses, commercial and other banking

  • Building Societies

  • Financial mediation

  • Lease financing

  • Securities dealings

  • Activities ancillary to financial mediation


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Stakeholders

  • Business

  • Labour

  • Government / Departments of Labour, Education and Finance, Trade and Industry

  • Parliament and Portfolio Committees

  • NSA

  • NGOs / CBOs and Youth organisations

  • Unemployed

  • Education and training providers

  • Consultants / Vendors


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Many Voices = Many needs

  • Social transformation

  • Employment creation

  • Employability

  • Poverty alleviation / eradication

  • Skills development

  • Charter implementation

  • HIV/Aids education

  • Crime prevention

  • Adult Basic education

  • Consumer education

  • Access to Learning



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Finance Sector Charter

  • Transformation Charter; developed voluntarily by sector and sets Principle and Targets for EE and BEE implementation

    • Access To Financial Services, unbanked

    • Human Resource Development

    • Procurement Policies

    • Enterprise Development

    • Empowerment Financing

    • Ownership In Financial Sector

    • Control In Financial Sector

    • Shareholder Activism

    • Corporate Social Investment


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Banking Sector Employment Trends

  • Shrinking employment (Previously) - now stable

  • Professionals and Associated Professionals in the broader banking sector

    • Movement 30% to 40 % in 2 years

  • Employment by race

    • 5% increase in Africans

    • 1% increase in Coloureds

    • 3% increase in Indians

    • 9% decrease in Whites

      • Compared to 2001 data


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SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PRIORITY AREAS (critical)

  • Information Technology related skills development

  • Management and Leadership skills development

  • Customer Interface related skills development

  • Specialist Financial skills development

  • Legislative Compliance relates skills development



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Funding for 2005 - 2010

Mandatory Grant 50%

(R 100 M) MUST

Discretionary Grants 20%

(R 40 M) MAY

Operational Funds 10%

( R 20 M)

National skills Fund 20%

(R 40 M)

5% escalation from 2006-2010


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Funding for 2005 - 2010

  • Mandatory Grant 50%

    • Workplace skills plans

    • Implementation Reports

  • Discretionary Grants 20%

    • Sector strategies

    • NSDS grants

  • Operational Funds 10%

  • National skills Fund 20%

    • “NSA via NSF” Funding Windows


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  • Future Strategic Focus

  • (Sector and National-NSDS)

  • Finance Sector Charter

  • Youth development

  • Consumer Education

  • SMME Development

  • Research, Benchmarking and Communication


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Objective 1:

The Finance Sector Charter

The BANKSETA will support the implementation of the Financial Sector Charter by creating Projects, initiatives and funding windows that will enable the development of employed people, unemployed potential employees and consumers


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SMMEs – (Example)

  • Site / Workplace visits

  • Simplified workplace skills plans and reports

    • Internet submissions

    • Telephone submissions

    • Call center submissions

  • Simplified mandatory grant claims process

  • Training Voucher scheme

  • Micro Finance skills project -Training Material

  • Research and benchmarking grants


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BANKSETA

Strategy matrix




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Objective 3

To Be Determined




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Discretionary Grants

  • Funding Windows Approach

  • Request for Proposals Approach


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  • Strategy Process

  • Step 4

  • Evaluate Strategies

    • Gap Analysis

    • Customer Satisfaction Survey/

    • Board Reporting

    • Quarterly Reporting to DoL / Treasury    


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BANKSETA Biggest Threats

  • Lack of focus

  • Many small initiatives / no critical mass

  • Negative public perception

  • Unrealistic expectations (Cannot be all things to all people)

  • Unrealistic performance expectation in relation to the NSDS


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The Future

  • Operational

    • Governance

    • Human Resource Practices and People

    • Investor in People

    • Project management approach

    • BEE (specific focus on procurement)

  • Strategic (Sector and National-NSDS)

    • Transformation

    • Finance Sector Charter

    • SMME Development

    • Youth development

    • Consumer Education (Broad interpretation)

    • National Skills Development Strategy



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BANKSETA

THORNHILL OFFICE PARK

BLOCK NO. 15 BEKKER ROAD MIDRAND 1685

Call Centre 086 102 0002

TEL 011 805 9661

FAX 011 805 8348

WEBSITE www.bankseta.org.za


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