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ETDP SETA is currently seeking a panel of legal service providers to provide legal services as and when required.

In accordance with the Skills Development Act, 2008 section 10(a) each Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) is required to develop the SSP 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 to ensure that public investments in the skills development resonate with the needs of the SETA’s constituencies and key government economic and social priorities. In this regard, the SETAs are tasked to develop and submit Sector Skills Plan (SSP) Annual Updates to the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET).

Based on the above, 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 2020/21. The research partner appointed will be allocated the Libraries and Archives subsector and will be expected to complete the project within six (6) months.

In accordance with the Skills Development Act, 2008 section 10(a) each Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) is required to develop the SSP 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 to ensure that public investments in the skills development resonate with the needs of the SETA’s constituencies and key government economic and social priorities. In this regard, the SETAs are tasked to develop and submit Sector Skills Plan (SSP) Annual Updates to the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET).

Based on the above, 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 2020/21. The research partner appointed will be allocated the Research Organizations subsector and will be expected to complete the project within six (6) months.

In accordance with the Skills Development Act, 2008 section 10(a) each Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) is required to develop the SSP 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 to ensure that public investments in the skills development resonate with the needs of the SETA’s constituencies and key government economic and social priorities. In this regard, the SETAs are tasked to develop and submit Sector Skills Plan (SSP) Annual Updates to the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET).

Based on the above, 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 2020/21. The research partner appointed will be allocated the Early Childhood Development (ECD) subsector and will be expected to complete the project within six (6) months.

ETDP SETA provides an Information Technology (IT) network to enable the delivery of services to all its stakeholders. IT assets enable the capturing, organising, sharing and use of information to meet the organisation’s strategic objectives. The ETDP SETA is therefore looking for an accredited service provider to supply and deliver servers needed in its provincial offices.

ETDP SETA is primarily a government organisation and the building presentation in external and internal appearance should reflect this.

The building needs to represent ETDP SETA and should demonstrate accessibility to the man on the street in nature and the integration of the ETDP SETA brand into the space is important.

ETDP SETA reserves the right to appoint their own space planner and interior designer to assist in ensuring that the selected building meet the ETDP SETA’s requirements.

SCMU: 08  2018/19 - FETC End User Computing (North West and Northern Cape)
SCMU: 10  2018/19 - ETDP SETA’s Business Process Analysis Services
SCMU: 17  2018/19 - Lease of Office Space in Free State

The ETDP SETA is looking for a suitably qualified service provider to deliver a Business Process Analysis services.

The ETDP SETA plans on conducting a formal project of process reengineering to ensure that optimal business processes and automated solutions are implemented. The ETDP SETA expects the service provider to evaluate the value chain of the organisation and not only the stand-alone processes. The work entails determining service requirements and performance measures for key stake holders and clients, internal and external. Some of the challenges faced by the ETPD SETA are:

  1. A Lack of a framework of process performance monitoring and accountability
  2. Slow response to service requests
  3. Laborious, time consuming and error prone reporting processes
  4. High turn-around time leading to high stakeholder costs
  5. Duplication and lack of consistency of information throughout a number of business functions
  6. A lack of process transparency with all stakeholders
  7. Highly paper driven processes

 

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