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SETA Funded Programmes Increase from 2016 to 2017

The opportunities funded by SETAs have increased. SETAs determine training and development needs required to meet scarce and critical skills in economic sectors. It seems that SETAs will play a greater role in providing funding for tertiary education programmes in 2017.

50349: The total number of funded interventions in 2016

100 821: The total number of funded interventions planned for 2017

Below is a table listing the range of opportunities available in 2017

TOTAL NUMBER SETA FUNDED PROGRAMMES FOR 2017
Learning ProgrammeNumber of Learner Opportunities
Learnerships 34 469
Bursaries 17 824
Internships 5 819
Skills Programmes 26 193
Work Integrated Learning9 486
Apprenticeships 7 030
TOTAL100 821

Work integrated learning

NSDS III- GOAL 4.2: “Increasing access to occupationally directed programmes”
NSDS Outcome 4.2.3: “High Level national scarce skills needs are being addressed by work ready graduates from higher education institution”

Historically, learners from technical and vocational education and training (TVET) colleges have struggled to find employment at the end of their studies. However, with the Department of Higher Education and Training’s renewed focus on the promotion TVET colleges and the qualifications they offer, there is a drive to increase the number of artisans in the country. These artisans will need work place experience as part of their training. The SETAs are therefore required to assist in placing learners with employer for this component of their training.

SETAs place learners who are registered with TVET colleges and who require internships to complete their training with employers. They also place unemployed graduates who have completed their qualification and are not employed to due to lack of work experience.

What was funded in 2016?

SETA

Total Learners

AGRISETA3715
BANKSETA1740
CATHSSETA1640
CETA1518
CHIETA1498
ETDPSETA6870
EWSETA694
FASSET1670
FP&MSETA144
HWSETA2248
INSETA2003
LGSETA1971
MERSETA281
MICTSETA3350
MQA105
PSETA335
SASSETA400
SERVICES-SETA9277
TETA111
W&RSETA10779

ALL SETAS

50349


CATHSSETA Grants for Employers, NGOs, Unions, SMMEs and Cooperatives

To understand past funding trends got to SETA Opportunities in 2016

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Comments (3)

  1. Kevin Meyer

    How can I get on accredited to be used for production and productivity training in the clothing and manufacturing sector…I have more than 10 years experience in training and consulting (with 10 years) of working in the SA clothing sector.

    1. Leonie Hall

      Hi Kevin! It’s not clear if you mean institutional or individual accreditation. If institutional, please check out the Accreditation seminars or Accreditation coaching in order to solve your problem. If it’s individual, please read this article https://7sundays.co.za/KeepClimbing/2016/10/12/industry-rivalry-and-becoming-an-accredited-facilitator-assessor-and-moderator/ If you need more help, we can set up a consultation and map a strategy for you.
      Regards Leonie

  2. The training that the Centre for Deaf Studies provided to 50 deaf adults was possible only through the funding from SETA.

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