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Extension of deadline: Call for nominations to serve on the ETDP SETA Accounting Authority (Board)

The Education and Training Practices Sector Education and Authority (ETDP SETA), established in terms of The Skills Development Act, 1998 (as amended), hereby calls for nominations  from its Constituencies to serve on the Board of the ETDP SETA from 01 April 2018 to 31 March 2020. The Board comprises of a maximum of fifteen (15) members drawn from the Constituencies below.

Welcome to the ETDP SETA

The SETA is mandated to promote and facilitate the delivery of education, training and development in order to enhance the skills profile of the Education, Training and Development (ETD) sector and contribute to the creation of employment opportunities especially for those previously disadvantaged.

Out of the 21 SETAs, the ETDP SETA is one of 18 SETAs that have been re-established with no changes for the period 2011 – 2016 (Certificate no. 07/ETDP/01/04/11) by the Minister of Higher Education and Training (DHET), Dr Blade Nzimande.

In terms of the new constitution as gazetted in the government gazette notice no. 34202 of 08 April 2011, the following members have been appointed as members of the ETDP SETA Accounting Authority with effect from 01 April 2011.

Schedule 4 of the ETDP SETA constitution show member representation on the Accounting Authority. Click here to access it

Tender SCMU:03 2017/18

The ETDP SETA is looking for accredited training providers to facilitate the implementation of Learnerships and Skills Programme in the ETD sector for the 2017/18 financial year.

An Expression of Interest covering letter must clearly indicate the Programmes and Provinces you show interest in training in.

Strategic Objectives

strategic objectivesThe strategic objectives of the ETDP SETA are to:

  • the identification of skills shortages and training needs in the sector
  • the development of qualifications and learning pathways for education, training and development practitioners
  • an increase in the levels of investment in education, training and development in the sector and to improve the return on that investment
  • the development of the skills of workers in the sector at all levels, through
  • a better quality of life for workers, employment prospects for those previously disadvantaged and labor mobility
  • productivity in the workplace and healthy competition among employers
  • self employment and
  • redressing imbalances caused by a separate and unequal education and training system

Tip-Offs

Please call the ETDP SETA's Tip-offs Anonymous and confidential whistleblowing hotline to report dishonestesty, fraud, and other inappropriate behaviour. The hotline is safe, confidential and secure.

0800 204 937 or etdpseta@tip-offs.com