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WELCOME. ISETT SETA Briefing Session to The Parliamentary Labour Portfolio Committee 10 August 2004 By. Mr. Oupa Mopaki Chief Executive Officer. Back. Presentation Content. Score-Card Learnerships Education and Training Quality Assurance (ETQA) Sector Skills Planning

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welcome
WELCOME

ISETT SETA

Briefing Session

to

The Parliamentary Labour Portfolio Committee

10 August 2004

By

Mr. Oupa Mopaki

Chief Executive Officer

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presentation content

Presentation Content

Score-Card

Learnerships

Education and Training Quality Assurance (ETQA)

Sector Skills Planning

Financial Report

Welcome

Contact Us

score card
SCORE CARD

ISETT SETA SCORE - CARD

APRIL 2003 - MARCH 2004

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nsf project
NSF Project
  • High-Level Skills Programmes (ISSA)
  • 364 enrolled to date
    • 242 Completed
      • 102 Studying further
      • 52 Employed/Self employed
      • 63 Placed in Internship Programmes
    • 16 Not successful
      • 25 Unknown
  • ICT High-Level Internship Programmes

275 B.Sc. graduates engaged and employment guaranteed.

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learnerships

LEARNERSHIPS

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what is a learnership
WHAT IS A LEARNERSHIP?
  • Work based education and training programme.
  • A route to a qualification registered on the NQF.
    • A minimum of 120 credits.
    • Comprises of fundamental, core and elective components.
  • Relates to an occupation.
  • Combines theory and workplace experience.

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why learnerships
WHY LEARNERSHIPS?
  • To fast track the development of current employees.
  • To offer current employees opportunities to acquire a national qualification.
  • To serve as an entry point for young people into the industry.
  • To expose the unemployed learners to better job prospects
  • To offer unemployed learners much needed work experience

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registered learnerships
REGISTERED LEARNERSHIPS

Each of these learnership will take a minimum of 12 months to complete

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funding
FUNDING

Learnership grant

  • Isett Seta will pay participating stakeholders a sum of R15 000.00 per Learner for the duration of the Learnership
  • Isett Seta will pay R120.00 per learner per week on a level 4 Learnership
  • Isett Seta will pay R260.00 per learner per week on a level 5 Learnership

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funding1
FUNDING
  • R15 000.00 per learner for the duration of the training will paid as follows:
  • Four disbursements;
  • 30% on registration
  • 20% on submission of 1st quarterly report
  • 20% on submission of 2nd quarterly report
  • 30% on completion

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isett seta procedures
ISETT SETA PROCEDURES
  • Submission of letter of intent from a levy-paying company
  • Signing of the Service Level Agreement (SLA) with employer
  • Submission of a roll out plan (project plan)
  • Completion and signing of Learnership Agreement by the three parties
  • Registration of Learnership Agreement by the SETA
  • Implementation of Learnership
  • Monitoring of progress by the SETA ( site visits)
  • Reporting on progress by the training provider and employer

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…CONT.
  • Unemployed and Pre-employed
    • An allowance is paid to the learner by the employer/Isett Seta
    • A contract of employment must be entered into with the learner
    • Conditions of service as spelled out in the Learnership Determination Regulations apply

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eligibility for participation
ELIGIBILITY FOR PARTICIPATION
  • The following conditions apply for organisations to be able to participate in Learnership
    • Organisation will be registered levy paying constituent of ISETT SETA
    • 18.2 learners entering the programme, preference to be given to the previously disadvantaged as reflected by NSDS
    • Willingness to provide workplace/experiential learning
    • Organisational skills gaps established

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etqa functions
ETQA FUNCTIONS

Key responsibilities:

Accredit constituent providers

Monitor and audit providers

Register constituent assessors

Evaluate assessments and facilitate moderations among constituent providers

Quality assure Unit Standards and Qualifications

Take responsibility for the certifications of learners

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isett etqa status report
ISETT ETQA STATUS REPORT

Accreditation of Training Providers as at

31st March 2004

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sector skills planning
SECTOR SKILLS PLANNING

ISETT SETA

REPORT ON SECTOR SKILLS PLANNING

2003/4

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CHALLENGES & CONSTRAINTS IN IMPLEMENTING THE BUSINESS PLAN

  • Limited employer participation
  • Inadequate information on ICT initiatives for ISETT to link to
  • Inadequate support from well established enterprises to partner with SMMEs

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the sector skills plan
THE SECTOR SKILLS PLAN
  • The SSP compiled by seta’s must address 4 key aspects:
    • The environment in which the SETA operates, which includes national policies, international trends, and research into opportunities for growth
    • The sector in which it operates, e.g. Number of employers, profile of employees, skills shortages, SMME opportunities, etc.
    • Demand for skills on all levels
    • Current supply of skills

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THE SECTOR SKILLS PLAN (CONT.)

  • The SSP document is backed by:
    • - Co-operative and independent research projects, both nationally and internationally
    • - Workplace skills plans prepared and submitted by employers
    • - Training implementation reports from employers

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sector skills planning document
SECTOR SKILLS PLANNING DOCUMENT
  • Joint Research in ICT with the dti and other stakeholders – to be concluded

in October 2004.

  • Will re-establish areas of skills shortage in ICT.

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highlights
HIGHLIGHTS
  • New WSP and ATR templates
  • New incentives for increased participation
  • Increased number of research projects
  • Improved turnaround time for approvals
  • Unqualified Audit Report(2003-2004)

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skills funding
SKILLS FUNDING
  • SARS pays 100% to DoL
  • DoL retains 20% for National Skills Fund
  • 80% paid to ISETT
  • Administration Costs – 10%
  • WSP Grants – 15%
  • ATR Grants – 45%
  • Discretionary Grants – 10%
  • Levies paid to SARS

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YEAR

2003/2004

2002/2003

2001/2002

2000/2001

(R

000)

(R

000)

(R

000)

(R

000)

Receipts

200,305

184,879

145,206

71,492

Administration

(20,960)

(19,369)

(12,117)

(7,106)

Grants Paid/

(287,710)

(104,267)

(42,449)

(69,964)

Accrued

Surplus from

-

146,305

85,062

(5,578)

Prior Years

Surplus

(37,940)

(146,305)

(85,062)

5,578

Financial Performance over 4 Years

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composition of revenue
Composition of Revenue

The Revenue of R 200,305 million consists of :

(R’000)

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grant payments accruals
Grant Payments/Accruals

The Grant Payments/Accruals of R287,710 million consists of :

(R’000)

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planned expenses
Planned Expenses

ISETT SETA will apply its funds for 2003/4 as follows:

  • Grants Approved for Payment: R235,72 m
  • Skill Development Projects: R 12,00 m
  • Learnership Projects: R124,00 m

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conclusion
Conclusion
  • We will continue to appreciate harsh but sincere criticism from many of our stakeholders whose main objective is to assist and guide us to achieve even greater heights than we have achieved today.

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contact details
CONTACT DETAILS

Telephone number: (011)207-2600

Fax number: (011) 805 6833

Please visit our website:

http://www.isett.org.za

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