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WELCOME. Isett Seta Briefing Session to The Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Labour 11 th November 2005. Mr. Oupa Mopaki Chief Executive Officer. Back. INTRODUCTION. The following presentation provides insight into the Isett Sector which comprises of the following sub-sectors:

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welcome
WELCOME

Isett Seta

Briefing Session

to

The Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Labour

11th November 2005

Mr. Oupa Mopaki

Chief Executive Officer

Back

introduction
INTRODUCTION
  • The following presentation provides insight into the Isett Sector which comprises of the following sub-sectors:
  • Information Systems (IT)
  • Telecommunication Technologies
  • Electronics
table of content
TABLE OF CONTENT
  • NSDS 2001 – 2005 ACHIEVEMENTS
  • SECTOR SKILL PLANNING (SSP)
  • LEARNERSHIPS
  • EDUCATION AND TRAINING QUALITY ASSURANCE (ETQA)
  • MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS
  • RURAL ACCESS
  • PARTNERSHIPS
  • FINANCIALS
  • CHALLENGES

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nsds 2001 2005 achievements
NSDS 2001 – 2005 ACHIEVEMENTS
  • Indicator 1.1 – Number of Workers at NQF 1
    • As at March 2005, 95% (baseline = 201,400) of employees in the Isett sector had a qualification higher than NQF Level 1 on the National Qualifications Framework.
  • Indicator 1.2 – Number of workers on structured learning programmes
    • As at March 2005, 63% (127,675) of employees in the Isett sector had been scheduled for structured skills development programmes. WSPIRs were due on the 30th April 2005.
  • Indicator 1.3 – Number of enterprises that achieved National Standard of People Development
    • As at March 2005, 13 enterprises have committed and were starting to implement Investors In People (IIP). Only one enterprise had already achieved the Standard.

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nsds 2001 2005 achievements1
NSDS 2001 – 2005 ACHIEVEMENTS
  • Indicator 2.1 – Number of large enterprises that received skills development grants
    • As at March 2005, 104 enterprises with more than 150 employees were claiming grants. This represents 100% participation.
  • Indicator 2.2 – Number of medium enterprises that received skills development grants
    • As at March 2005, 152 enterprises in the Isett sector employing between 50 and 149 employees were claiming grants. This represents 100% participation.
  • Indicator 2.3 – Number of Learnership Qualifications available to workers in sector
    • As at March 2005, 15 Learnership Qualifications were registered and made available across the Isett sector.

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nsds 2001 2005 achievements2
NSDS 2001 – 2005 ACHIEVEMENTS
  • Indicator 3.1 – Number of small enterprises that received skills development support
    • As at March 2005, 4.5% of companies with 1-49 employees are participating in the Skills Development Initiatives. Large businesses were encouraged to assist small businesses with skills development as well.
  • Indicator 5.1 – Number of unemployed young people that entered Learnerships
    • As at March 2005, 6 731 Learners, of which 6395 were under the age of 30, have entered Isett Seta funded Learnerships and 1 546 have completed those Learnerships.
  • Number of learners on Learnerships that were placed in employment
    • As at March 2005, 1,546 of Learners have completed Learnerships while 894 have been permanently placed, and 600 are studying further, 52 unemployed.

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learnership highlights
LEARNERSHIP HIGHLIGHTS
  • Target of 3 500 achieved and exceeded by 192% (3 231)
  • 6 731 learners in Learnership Programmes (90% are 18.2 under 30 years)
    • 23% have successfully completed, of which 58% are Employed or Self-employed
    • 99.2% are Black, 43.1% Female, while 5.4% are people with Disabilities
    • R222 million invested towards implementation
high level ict skills
HIGH LEVEL ICT SKILLS
  • Target BSc graduates
  • 470 learners trained in high level skills (Internships)
    • 57% completed training and have graduated, of which most are employed with various companies
    • 43% are in progress
    • 93% are Black, 44% Female
accreditation
ACCREDITATION

There were 450 applicants assisted to acquire accreditation

marketing communications
MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS
  • Events
    • Road Shows
    • Exhibitions
  • Graduations
  • Media Releases (Print & Visual)
  • Publications & Broachers
  • Website
rural access
RURAL ACCESS

To ensure rural coverage, the following Learnerships projects have been implemented:

  • Limpopo (Mogalakwena i-Community Presidential Project)
  • Free State (Qwaqwa FET Colleges)
  • North West (Klerksdorp, Rustenburg)
  • Northern Cape (Upington, Kimberley)

Other Projects:

  • Train the trainer IT Facilitator programme(Limpopo, North West, Mpumalanga, Northern Cape and Free State)
partnerships
PARTNERSHIPS
  • Mpumalanga Provincial Government (Premier’s Office)
  • North West Provincial Government (Premier’s Office)
  • Free State Provincial Government (Premier’s Office)
  • Eastern Cape Provincial Government (Premier’s Office)
  • Gauteng Provincial Government (Premier’s Office)
  • KwaZulu Natal Provincial Government (Smart Exchange)
  • Limpopo Provincial Government and Hewlett Packard
  • State IT Agency (National)
  • Department of Public Works (Expanded Public Works Programme)
committed funds and projects
COMMITTED FUNDS AND PROJECTS
  • The funds will be utilised as follows:
    • R100.000m will be used for Grant payments.
    • R68.615m will be used for Learnerships commitments.

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annual financials audit results1
ANNUAL FINANCIALS & AUDIT RESULTS

The final audit report is a disclaimer of opinion report. The major issues that brought about this disclaimer are:

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annual financials audit results cont
ANNUAL FINANCIALS & AUDIT RESULTSCont.

NB: The Isett Seta Performance Management System is also utilized to address the findings.

key challenges for 2005 2006
KEY CHALLENGES FOR 2005 - 2006
  • Funding for progressing all learners from NQF level 4 to 5
  • Implementation of ICT Learnerships in far rural areas
  • Acquiring more funding from the NSF
  • Financial constraints in establishing offices in all provinces (DoL initiative, SITA partnership)
  • Achieving a clean audit

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thank you
THANK YOU!!

Please visit our website:

http://www.isett.org.za/