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2007. Chemical Industries Education & Training Authority Ms Kelebogile Dilotsotlhe Chief Executive Officer Presentation to the Select Committee On Economic & Foreign Affairs 24 October 2007. Vision World-class Education & Training for the Chemical Industries Sector Mission

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2007

Chemical Industries Education & Training Authority Ms Kelebogile Dilotsotlhe Chief Executive OfficerPresentation to the Select CommitteeOn Economic & Foreign Affairs24 October 2007

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Vision

World-class Education & Training for the Chemical Industries Sector

Mission

The CHIETA contributes to sustainable development through facilitating the provision of the skills for growth in the sector

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Strategic Objectives

  • Prioritising and communicating critical skills for sustainable growth, development and equity in the Chemical Industries Sector
  • Promoting and accelerating quality training for all in the workplace
  • Promoting employability and sustainable livelihoods through skills development
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Strategic Objectives cont.

  • Assisting designated groups, including new entrants, to participate in accredited work integrated learning and work-based programmes to acquire critical skills to enter the labour market and self employment
  • Improving the quality and relevance of provision
  • Maximising organisational performance and development
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CHIETA Governing Body

(9 Representatives each from Trade Unions & Employer Associations,

up to 5 representatives from Government Departments, Professional

Bodies, Communities + CEO,CFO and Secretarial support from CHIETA staff)

  • Functional Standing Committees
  • ETQA Advisory Committee
  • Audit Committee
  • Regional Committees
  • Joint Stakeholder Forum
  • Discretionary Grant Review Committee

Executive Committee

(Chairperson & Deputy Chairperson of Governing Body

1 Representative each from Trade Unions and Employers +

CEO and support from CHIETA staff)

Management Committee

CEO and Executive Managers

Chamber 1

Chamber 2

Chamber 4

Chamber 5

Chamber 3

Pharmaceuticals &

Fast Moving

Consumer Goods

Glass

Explosives and

Fertilizers

Petroleum and

Base Chemicals

Specialty Chemicals

And Surface Coatings

Governance Structure

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MARCH

2007

CEO

Kelebogile Dilotsotlhe

P/A TO CEO & CORP. SER. MANAGER

Vacant

CFO

Farhad Motala

ETDQA

Ayesha Itzkin

CONST. SUPPORT

Bhabhali Nhlapo

PROJECTS

Derek Peo

INFO & RESEARCH

Janina Martin

CORPORATE SERVICES & GOVERNANCE

Moshe Mokgalane

FINANCE ADMIN

Wandile Dube

DG PRACTTIONER

Happiness Mlambo

HR & DATA MANAGER

Vacant

Market ing & Comms Man

Mpumi Sithole

ACCOUNTS MANAGER

Munya Makota

PROCUREMENT

MANAGER

Vacant

LE D MANAGER

Marriam Kwakwa-Christopher

Apprenticeship Manager

David Duke

QA MANAGER

Tshidi Magonare

REG. MANAGER W/C

Mzi Dube

REG. MANAGER KZN

Rajen Naidoo

REG. MANAGER GP

Vacant

M GRANTS PRACT

Mpho Mothapo

QMS PRACTITIONER

Ivy Msomi

ACCOUNTS ASST

Lydia Matsipe

ACCOUNTS ASST

Louise dos Santos

L/SHIP SPEC.

Vacant

HR ADMIN

Sphiwe Mdaka

CERT PRACT.

R Diergaardt

L/SHIP PRACT.

Z Maseko

ADV ADMIN

G Thutse

C Wangra

ACC. ADMIN

Mpumi Mlambo

ADMINISTRATOR

A Mabhoko

ADMINISTRATOR

U Jakalase

CS AGENT

L Zungu

M Moloto

ADMINISTRATOR

Bongani Maduna

ADMINISTRATOR

N Maebela

OFFICE ATTENDANT

Dorah Motaung

highlights of the sla targets

Highlights of the SLA Targets

ISO 9000/2000 certification-international validation of policies and procedures

Alliance with the shutdown network forum -1000 artisans trained

South African Petroleum industries Association-50 women in Petroleum and Oil industry Project benefited

ETDQA from the NSDS-3000 learners were enrolled -80% completed the training

229 small-supported through the voucher scheme & MD

281 companies ( large and small) supported through mandatory grants

Science Engineering and technology project-benefited young school girls wishing to enter the chemical sector

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Annual Financial Statements & Audit Results 2006-2007

  • Unqualified audit report
  • 18% INCREASE IN Skills Development Levy income from R 155m for the year ended March 2006 to R 182m for the year ended March 2007
  • Grant expenses accounted for 81% of grant levy income received
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Annual Financial Statements & Audit Results 2006-2007 cont.

  • Total return on investment funds for the year R 8,5m
  • Total revenue increased by 26% from R 169m in 2006 to R 212m in 2007
  • Total expenses as a total percent of revenue = 90%
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Financial Highlights 2006/2007

  • R 27m of surplus funds (administration savings, investment income, unclaimed grants) swept to discretionary reserves for sector priorities and strategic projects
  • A further R 35m allocated to Discretionary Grants for the 2007 -2008 circle
  • Employee compensation costs representing 50% of administration levy income for the year ended 31 March 2007 (59% in 2006)
  • Ratio of current assets to current liabilities decrease from 2,39:1 in 2006 to 1,87:1 in 2007
  • 50% increase in current liabilities from R63m in 2006 to R127m in 2007
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Annual Financial Statements & Audit Results 2006-2007 cont.

  • Total return on investment funds for the year R 8,5m
  • Total revenue increased by 26% from R 169m in 2006 to R 212m in 2007
  • Total expenses as a total percent of revenue = 90%
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WAY FORWARD – NEXT FINANCIAL YEAR

New business plan approved by the board

Guide on scarce /critical skills of National strategy

Support BEE firms supported by skills development plans

Young learners to be trained/mentored

Provider institutions accredited for new ventures

Sector needs analysis

Improve wellness

Financial performance: internal/external audit

Compliance with statutory and legislative frameworks

Integrated MIS

Development of WSP

DoL scorecard

ISOEs in place

MoUs with industry associations