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  1. STAKEHOLDERS FORUM PRESENTATION Presentation by: IGNATIUS MPE 4 March 2011

  2. Presentation Structure • New Seta Landscape • NSDS III • Purpose • What is NSDS III • Vision & Mission • Goals of NSDS III • New Levy Grant System • Skills Levy Institutions • Communication Strategy • Objectives • Channels • Implementation

  3. SETA LANDSCAPE 2011-2016 The NEW SETA Landscape was announced on the 9 November 2010 (source: http://www.education.gov.za)(5 cluster, 21 SETA’s, 4 new names)

  4. WHAT IS NSDS III • Overarching strategic instrument for Skills Dev. • Guides SSP through SETA’s • Directs skills levy resource utilisation by SETA’s & NSF • Frames alignment of work of SETA’s and NSF • Drives workplace to be visible complement of institutional learning • Complements work of public HET institutions and research orientated universities SUMMATION OF DISCUSSIONS

  5. NSDS III Vision and Mission Vision A skilled & capable workforce that shares in, & contributes to, the benefits and opportunities of economic expansion and inclusive growth path. Mission To increase access to high quality & relevant education & training & skills development opportunities, including workplace learning and experience, to enable effective participation in the economy and society by all South Africans and reduce inequalities.

  6. NSDS PURPOSE • Improvement of skills development system • Linking SD to career paths and development • Sustainable employment • Decent Work • Responsive to labour market needs • Create Partnerships between employers, training institutions & SETA’s • Integration of workplace training and theory • Post school training into formal work or self employment • Emphasis on technical and intermediate skills –FET • Professionalisation of occupations • Small Enterprise Development • Green jobs

  7. PILLARS OF NSDS III • Sector & govt. Strategies alignment • sector based programmes targeted at unemployed and first time entrants • Professional, vocational, technical & academic (PIVOTAL) programmes resulting in occupational directed qualification10

  8. ALIGNMENT • HRDSA • New Growth Path • Industrial Policy • Rural Development • Poverty Alleviation Strategy

  9. + • Organisation Levy Contribution 1% • SETA 80% • Discretionary Grant 20% • NSF 20% • SETA Admin 10% • Mandatory Grant 40% • Pivotal Grant 10% (Professional, Vocational, technical & Academic Learning) The seta to develop guidelines upon the release of the new grant regulations.

  10. NSDS III GOALS 16 Outcomes Targeted Objectives 8 Goals What we hope to achieve. What we produce Or deliver. 38 Outputs

  11. GOAL # 1 • Establishing a credible institutional mechanism for skills planning • National need in relation to skills development is researched, documented and communicated to enable effective planning across all economic sector

  12. GOAL # 2 • Increasing access to occupationally-directed programmes • Middle level skills needs are identified & addressed • 10,000 artisans per year qualify with relevant skills and find employment • High level national scarce skills need are being addressed by work ready graduates from higher education institutions • Relevant research and development and innovation capacity is developed and innovative research projects established

  13. GOAL # 3 • Promoting the growth of a public FET college system that is responsive to sector, local, regional and national skills needs and priorities • The national certificate (vocational) & N-courses are recognised by employers as important base qualification through which young people obtaining additional vocational skills and work experience, entering the labour market with marketable skills, and obtaining employment • Partnerships between DHET, SETAs, employers, private providers and public FET colleges are resulting in increased capacity to meet industry needs throughout the country • The academic staff at colleges are able to offer relevant education and training of the required quality

  14. GOAL # 4 Addressing the low level of youth and adult language and numeracy skills to enable additional training A national strategy is in place to provide all young people leaving school with an opportunity to engage or work experience, and improve their employability

  15. GOAL # 5 Encouraging better use of workplace-based skills development Training of employed workers addresses critical skills, enabling improved productivity, economic growth and the ability of the work force to adapt to change in the labour market

  16. GOAL # 6 • Encouraging and supporting cooperatives, small enterprises, worker-initiated, NGO and community training initiatives • Cooperatives supported with skills training and development expand and contribute to the sector economic and employment growth • Partnerships projects to provide training and development support to small business are established in all sectors and their impact reported on • Worker, NGO and community-based education programmes are supported and their impact measured and reported on

  17. GOAL # 7 • Increasing public sector capacity for improved service delivery and supporting the building of a developmental state • A thorough analysis and reflection is conducted on provision of education and training within the public sector and the contribution of the various role players • Education and training plans for the public sector are revised and programmes are implemented to build capacity

  18. GOAL # 8 Building career and vocational guidance Career paths are mapped to qualifications in all sectors and sub-sectors, and communicated effectively, contributing to improved relevance of training and greater mobility and progression

  19. Communications Strategy • Communication Objectives: • Create awareness about NSDS III • Communicate new features of the NSDS III • Educate stakeholders about the implications of NSDS III • Communicate new Mandatory Grants (PIVOT) requirements • Ensure compliance

  20. Communications Strategy Communication Channels to be used to publicise the strategy Outreach • Briefing Sessions • Road Shows • Regional Offices • Stakeholder Forums • SDF contacts Mainstream Media • Radio Adverts • Radio Live Reads • Newspaper Adverts NSDS III Internal Channels • Website • Electronic Newsletter • Telephony Messaging • Call Centre • E-Mail Shots Publications • Pamphlets • Notices • Employers’ Newsletters • WholeSay Newsletter

  21. Communications Plan How we will implement the NSDS III communications strategy

  22. Thank You