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  1. OVERVIEW OF 2014/15 ANNUAL REPORT. Presentation 1: Ayesha Itzkin, CEO (Acting) CHIETA AGM 26 NOVEMBER 2015

  2. Partnerships with Industry will ensure Occupational Competency & High Quality Training

  3. CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability PRESENTATION OUTLINE Presentation 1 - Overview of 2014/15 Annual Report • Key Organisational achievements 2014/15 • 2014/15 Annual Report – performance and financial information • CFO’s Presentation of CHIETA Audited Financial Statements 2014/15 and current year progress report Presentation 2 - Overview of 2016/17 Annual Budget • Strategic Plan 2014/15 to 2019/20 and overview of 2015/16 Annual Budget

  4. CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability CHIETA ORGANISATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS • Highly effective CHIETA Governing Board • Achieved sound corporate governance and oversight which is a priority • Worked diligently to ensure that their oversight role was discharged within an accountable framework • Strong oversight on performance and delivery to stakeholders through pre-determined targets as captured in annual organisational performance plans and strategic plan updates • Well functioning stakeholder driven research and skills planning framework with strong integration between CHIETA SSP, funding and pre-determined organisational targets

  5. CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability ORGANISATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS • Strategic allocation of grants within NSDS III and national priorities • Effective CHIETA Chambers and stakeholder structures • Excellent performance against 2014/15 pre- determined organisational performance targets • Of the ten CHIETA strategic programs all ten baseline targets were exceeded • CHIETA met and/or exceeded 100% of its 53 pre-determined organizational targets • Thirty four (61%) out of 53 pre-determined organisational targets were exceeded • Met and exceeded all pre determined organisational performance targets in support of the DHET Minister’s performance agreement with the President of South Africa

  6. CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability ORGANISATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS • Exceeded organizational target on • Employed and unemployed artisans entered and certificated • TVET Partnerships, career guidance and support to co-ops and small businesses • TVET workplace experience/ placement entered and completed • Employed and unemployed learnerships, skills programs, bursaries and internships • Strong institutional Organizational Risk Management Policy and Framework on strategic and operational level implemented to mitigate external and internal risk to ensure we meet strategic objectives • Sustained and increased levy income • TVET/Industry partnerships • Board approved ICT Governance Framework and clean ICT Audit achieved

  7. CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability ORGANISATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS • Re-organizing of business processes and design and implement even further enhanced delivery system and controls for identified risks • Continue to build strong relationships with the chemical industry, public education and learning institutions and organized labour within our sector • Focusing on green skills development and industry partnerships • Continuous efforts to ensure every workplace in the chemical sector becomes a training space providing experiential learning and employment experience

  8. CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability CHIETA Audited Performance Information 2014/15

  9. CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability CHIETA Audited Performance Information 2014/15

  10. CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability CHIETA Audited Performance Information 2014/15

  11. CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability Audited Financial Results for 2014/15 • Unqualified audit opinion with clean audit report from AGSA • SDL Income increased by 5.1% . Total revenue increased by 7.5% from prior year • Employer grants and project expenses of over R397.8 million represented 107% of grant levy income of R370.7 million • Mandatory Grant expense of R97.2 million represented 92% of MG levy income received • 98% of Discretionary Grants utilised on PIVOTAL programs • 99.4% of funds available in the Discretionary reserve expensed or committed at 31 March 2015 • No unused CHIETA funds transferred to NSF

  12. CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability CHIETA 4-YEAR ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE CHIETA performance footprint since commencement of NSDS III, 1 April 2011 to 31 March 2015 (excluding the current 2015/16 financial year) and with specific reference to learnerships, skills programmes, bursaries, artisans, TVET graduates, Internships and ABET/AET • A total of 39247 learners were supported • A total of 16 553 employed learners and 22 694 unemployed learners were supported • 23 661 learners were certificated • 527 were disabled learners • Skills development interventions covered 5334 local municipalities of which 2202 were rural nodal districts • CHIETA certificated 2052 artisans • 280 small businesses were supported • 290 co-operatives and NGO’s were supported • Career guidance was provided to 7349 learners • Number of learners supported in NSDS III has grown exponentially due to lessons learned in NSDS I and II, after ten years of building credible relationships and winning the trust of Industry due to timely disbursements of funds, good performance, providing real skills planning support • The unit level of funding per learner in many programmes was often below the national recommended SETA funding levels due to successful Industry partnerships and co-funding models implemented

  13. CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability THANK YOU

  14. CHIETA AGM 26 November 2014 Presentation 2: The Strategic Plan 2014/15 to 2019/20, and Annual Performance Plan 2016/17

  15. CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability OUTLINE OF PRESENTATION

  16. CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability CONTEXT • CHIETA Governing Board mandated via the Governance and Strategy Committee, the submission of the CHIETA Strategic Plan 2014/15 – 2019/20 and Annual Performance Plan (APP) 2016/17 to DHET • Three Drafts were submitted to DHET on: • 30 August 2015, • 30 September 2015 ( PFMA compliance date), and • 13 November 2015 after DHET request for further adjustments.

  17. CHIETA, the Catalyst for Enhanced Skills Economic Growth and Employability HOW WAS THE CHIETA STRATEGIC PLAN COMPILED? • Strategic Plan and APP compiled as per Treasury Framework and legislative context requirements • Policy contexts considered, inter alia • NSDS III, • National Development Plan, • New Growth Path, • Government Infrastructure Plan (SIPs), • Government Medium Term Strategic Framework and • Industry Policy Action Plan (IPAP III), • White paper Post School Education and Training • CHIETA support to Minister of HET performance outcomes • Clear linkage made between Strategic Plan and SSP on scarce and priority skills and implementation by way of pre-determined performance targets • Nine(9) Strategic outcomes defined and ten(10) organisational performance programmes

  18. CHIETA, the Catalyst for Enhanced Skills Economic Growth and Employability FOCUS AREAS OF CHIETA STRATEGIC PLAN • Rural development focus • Green skills and occupations • Public FET and HET collaboration • Bursary support • Artisan related training and RPL • Government partnerships • Industry partnerships and work integrated learning • Transformational focus • Organisational and performance environment • IT Governance • People management and related resource planning • Risk Management

  19. CHIETA, the Catalyst for Enhanced Skills Economic Growth and Employability CHARACTERISTICS OF ANNUAL PERFORMANCE PLAN 2016/17 • Sixty (60) Performance indicators and predetermined targets • Supported through ten strategic programmes • Estimated 2016/17 budget per each strategic performance • programme and each performance indicator • Signed Service Level Agreement with DHET for 2016/17 • Materiality Framework and CHIETA Organisational alignment, • internalisation and mplementation

  20. CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability Overview of Annual Budget for 2016/17 Total Projected Budget of R504,295,000 (5% increase from 2014/15) made up as follows: • Discretionary Grants and Projects expenditure – R352,225,679 • Mandatory Grants expenditure – R90,937,231 • Administration expenditure – R61,132,000

  21. ESTIMATED BUDGET FOR CHIETA’S STRATEGIC PROGRAMS FOR 2016/2017 FINANCIAL YEAR

  22. The End Result…….can only be the Beginning Graduation >>>>> TO >>>>>>>>Employment Easy Transition into Employment Or Self-employment

  23. CHIETA, The Catalyst for Enhanced Skills, Economic Growth and Employability THANK YOU!WISHING YOU SAFE A AND RESTFUL HOLIDAY PERIOD.