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Tenders

ETDP SETA is looking for a suitably qualified service provider to deliver and commission a Multiprotocol Label Switching Virtual Private Network (MPLS VPN) and other related Internet Services that will cover all areas of business including remote offices. The service provider shall deliver the required services in line with the relevant prescripts such as the Electronic Communications Act and the Protection of Personal Information Bill.

The ETDP SETA is looking for accredited training providers to facilitate the implementation of Learnerships and Skills Programme in the ETD sector for the 2018/19 financial year.

The bid covering letter must clearly indicate the Programmes and Provinces you show interest in training in.

The compulsory Briefing session will be held at the ETDP SETA Head Office, The ETDP SETA Building, 4th Floor Boardroom; 2-4 New Street, South Marshalltown (Gandhi Square), Johannesburg CBD on Friday, 03 August 2018 at 10h00.

NB: Any bidder who arrives more than 15 minutes late will not be allowed to partake in the bidding process.
 

The ETDP SETA would like to contract a research partner to conduct research that will provide authentic data and labour market related information to inform the SSP update for 2019/20. The research partner appointed will be allocated the Public HEIs subsector and will be expected to complete the project within six (6) months.

The ETDP SETA would like to contract a research partner to conduct research that will provide authentic data and labour market related information to inform the SSP update for 2019/20. The research partner appointed will be allocated the Political Parties subsector and will be expected to complete the project within six (6) months.

The ETDP SETA would like to contract a research partner to conduct research that will provide authentic data and labour market related information to inform the SSP update for 2019/20. The research partner appointed will be allocated the Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) subsector and will be expected to complete the project within six (6) months.

The ETDP SETA would like to contract a research partner to conduct research that will provide authentic data and labour market related information to inform the SSP update for 2019/20. The research partner appointed will be allocated the Trade Unions subsector and will be expected to complete the project within six (6) months.

The purpose of this request for Bids, is to find a suitable, competent and experienced service provider to provide accommodation and conferencing facilities for 160 delegates to attend a four and a half day training workshop that will commence on the 30th July 2018 to the 3rd August 2018.

The ETDP SETA requires a suitably qualified and experienced service provider for Information and Records management services.

The ETDP SETA is looking for a suitably qualified service provider to deliver a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) and Disaster Recovery (DR) service that will cover all areas of business within the SETA including provincial offices.

Employers, workers, employees, public and private entities are increasingly placing a premium on businesses that are resilient in the face of various operational threats, not least those which can interrupt the service delivery that is expected on a daily basis. The Business Continuity Management (BCM) process delivers the overall framework and capability through which operational resilience can be attained. 

In accordance with the Skills Development Act, 2008 section 10(a) the Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs) are required to develop Sector Skills Plans (SSPs) within the framework of the National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS). The SETAs are mandated to promote skills development in their designated sectors. This process involves sector planning research as well as skills development support to its constituent members. In this regard, the Education Training and Development Practices (ETDP) SETA is intending to support Research Organisations in order to increase research capacity within the ETD sector.

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