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WSP Final Submissions and Assistance Notice

This serves to inform you that CHIETA Offices will be open on Saturday, 29 April and Sunday, 30 April 2017 for WSP Final Submissions and Assistance.

Latest news

  • Choose smart. Choose right. Choose chemical.

    Published: 04/24/2017
    Due to the unprecedented pace of change in the industry and technology in general, many students can be left behind due to the lack of access to information platforms. This Career Guidance booklet aims to fill the gap by developing our existing and future learners’ knowledge of the opportunities ava...
  • EXPERTS REQUIRED TO WORK WITH THE CHIETA

    Published: 04/10/2017
    CHIETA invites self-employed registered assessors, & moderators, experienced monitoring and evaluation experts as well as private experienced skills development facilitators to submit their CVs to be considered for a short-term contract from 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018. CHIETA is a SETA-QAP responsible for the Chemical Industries and Manufacturing Sector in South Africa, to promote & quality assure education & training of workers & pre-employed workers in this sector, and related matters. Click here to view more ...
  • Under her leadership, Itzkin has repositioned CHIETA as a top performer by strengthening processes and governance

    Published: 04/07/2017
    After qualifying as a teacher from Wits University, Itzkin has devoted her career to skills development. Armed with her cumlaude Masters of Education degree which focused on the importance of the generic Key Skills in education and training (known in South Africa as the Critical Cross Fields Outcome...
  • CHIETA powers South Africa’s skills development

    Published: 03/31/2017
    South Africa has embraced the World Skills International (WSI) competition to help promote quality skills development among young people in training in South Africa and ensuring that quality skills are available in its industrial economy. WSI 2017 will be held in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates in O...

Learners seeking employment

The Supply Side Database is a web-based initiative that contains a pool of qualified learners and graduates seeking work integrated learning and employment.

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strategic projects and grants

Is set out to encourage employers and stakeholders to contribute towards the achievement of the objectives of the Human Resources Development Strategy.

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WSP-ATR Submission System

Companies are encouraged to apply for this cloud based solution developed to assist with management of skills information, visit: www.itaware.co.za/skillogical

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