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National Skills Development Plan

The NSDP and the new SETA Landscape will be ushered in on 1 April 2020. This new dispensation will bring about changes with regards to the leadership and governance in Skills Development.

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.

SKILLS DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1998 (ACT No.97 OF 1998): PROMULGATION OF THE NATIONAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PLAN (NSDP)

On 06 February 2019, the Minister of Higher Education and Training approved the document entitled the “National Skills Development Plan (NSDP)” to be gazetted.  On 07 March 2019 the NSDP was published in the Government Gazette.

The NSDP has been developed with the aim of enabling the South African government to contribute towards the economic growth, creation of employment and social development.  The plan was crafted to respond to the goals of the White Paper for Post-School Education and Training and was developed in context with the objectives of the Skills Development Act (SDA), 1998, Act No.97 of 1998 as amended.

The NSDP will be implemented in phases with effect from 01 April 2020.

Communique from DHET regarding registration of private providers

DHET Communique document below:

PSETA WSP system open

PSETA WSP system open for the capturing of the Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) and Annual Training Report (ATR) for the 2019/20 financial year.

Closing date for the submissions is 30 April 2019.

DISCRETIONARY GRANT OPPORTUNITIES CALL FOR THE PUBLIC SERVICE SECTOR 2019-20

PSETA hereby invites applications from qualifying organisations to apply for the Discretionary Grants funding for:

  • Artisans Development (Occupational Qualifications)
  • Recognition of Prior Learning
  • Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Programmes
  • Workers Entered Learnerships
  • Unemployed Learnerships
  • Internship Programme

The Discretionary Grant Policy, Guidelines and Criteria, Funding Framework, Specifications, as well as Application Forms can be obtained HERE. Each learning intervention has its specific application form. Completed applications must be hand delivered or couriered to PSETA 353 Festival Road, Sanlam Building 2nd Floor, Hatfield, 0028. Enquiries:: Sibusisond@pseta.org.za and heidif@pseta.org.za and telephone number 0124235700

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