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URGENT NOTICE TO ALL PROSPECTIVE AND EXISTING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROVIDERS.

As from 1 July 2018, all new applications for SDP accreditations to offer historically registered qualifications on the OQSF, and/or gazetted trades must be made directly to the QCTO (as is currently the case for occupational qualifications). Note well that QAPs will remain responsible for the accreditation applications for Skills Programmes and implementation of Learnerships.
Each SDP will be required to complete a Letter Of Intent available on the QCTO website (www.qcto.org.za) before applying to the QAP. The QCTO will acknowledge the letter of intent and advise the SDP to follow the QAP accreditation process using application forms provided by the QAP.

The Public Service Education and Training Authority (PSETA) is one of the 21 Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs) established in accordance with the Skills Development Act No. 97 of 1998 (SDA). Between the year 2000 and 2009, the PSETA reported to the Department of Labour but has since been transferred to the new Department of Higher Education and Training.

URGENT NOTICE TO ALL PROSPECTIVE AND EXISTING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROVIDERS.

As from 1 July 2018, all new applications for SDP accreditations to offer historically registered qualifications on the OQSF, and/or gazetted trades must be made directly to the QCTO (as is currently the case for occupational qualifications). Note well that QAPs will remain responsible for the accreditation applications for Skills Programmes and implementation of Learnerships.
Each SDP will be required to complete a Letter Of Intent available on the QCTO website (www.qcto.org.za) before applying to the QAP. The QCTO will acknowledge the letter of intent and advise the SDP to follow the QAP accreditation process using application forms provided by the QAP. See attached circular from QCTO for more information.

QCTO Circular

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