The Role of PSETA PSTF Conference 2011 Bloemfontein. 27 September 2011 Shamira Huluman: PSETA CEO. Outline of Presentation. Background Legal mandate of PSETA Scope PSETA Repositioned Results of Administration Capacity and Organogram Strategic Plan, Strategic Objectives and Initiatives
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27 September 2011
Shamira Huluman: PSETA CEO
Legal mandate of PSETA
Results of Administration
Capacity and Organogram
Strategic Plan, Strategic Objectives and Initiatives
Sector and provider challenges
PSETA to function fully in terms of the SDA
MOA signed between the PSETA and DPSA
Ministers: HET, PSA and Finance created Inter-Ministerial Committee to address questions of the viability of and an operational model for the PSETA
1. Establishing a credible institutional mechanism for skills planning.
2. Increasing access to occupationally-directed programmes.
3. Promoting growth of a public FET college system that is responsive to sector, local, regional and national skills needs and priorities.
4. Addressing low levels of language and numeracy skills to provide access to additional training.
5. Encouraging better use of workplace-based skills development.
6. Support for small enterprises, non-profit organisations, co-operatives and worker-led training initiatives.
7. Increasing public sector capacity for improved service delivery and supporting the building of a developmental state.
8. Building career and vocational guidance.
9. Encouraging and supporting worker-led, NGO- and community training initiatives.
Development Act 97 of 1998.
Just as the SETA system is integral to meeting the challenge of reducing unemployment to below 15 percent by 2015, so too is the investment in training and skills development a non-negotiable imperative for developing an economically active and skilled workforce in South Africa.