The CHIETA Research Policy Framework is designed to guide the organisation in relation to research that is linked to the Chemical Industries Education and Training Authority’s (CHIETA) mandate and support of the National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS) III goals.
Research is important to understand the sector, in order to provide a better response in terms of relevant interventions and to support continuous improvement.
The CHIETA Discretionary Grant is available for employers/enterprises within the chemical sector and is aimed at addressing the scarce and critical skills needs identified through the CHIETA Sector Skills Plan. The CHIETA hereby invites applications from qualifying chemical sector employers and enterprises to apply
for the 2019/20 Cycle 1 Discretionary Grants funding Windows to support its Annual Performance Plan.
A vacancy exists within CHIETA for a HR Manager. The purpose of the job is to provide strategic and functional support to CHIETA management, CHIETA Business Units and CHIETA staff and to ensure the implementation of best practice HR Management interventions throughout the Organisation.
The purpose of this position is to provide administrative assistance to the KZN Regional Office. The position reports to the KZN Regional Manager. Candidates who meet the requirements of the position are invited to apply
Philile Mngadi won the South African leg of the World Skills Competition in Electrical Installations which was held in Durban ICC. She is currently contracted with Edison Power as the Employer and with Shukela Training Centre as the Training Provider.