The purpose of the toolkit is to improve the functionality of Skills Development Committees at companies, by providing skills planning information (skills development act, skills development levies act, SETAs, SETA NSDS objectives, Sector Skills Plan and Grant Regulations), clarify training needs, the role of skills development facilitators and skills development committees in the skills planning, training and development environment.
The toolkit provides information on the BBBEE codes and skills development implications and the OFO codes, as capacity building information that will assist in improving the functionality of Skills Development Committees at companies.
Disclaimer: This is the first version of the toolkit, CHIETA is still open for comments.
The CHIETA Chambers, noted the difficulty of employing people with disabilities in certain occupations, due to health and safety requirements and to certain extent, minimal understanding by the employer to key concept and legislative requirements around employing people with disabilities.
Bafana completed a Chieta-funded RPL programme, passed 2 trade tests (boilermaking & welding) the first time round at the Richards Bay Technical Training and Assessment Centre, and now runs his own business as a qualified artisan.
Our previous communication dated 10 July 2019 regarding above-mentioned refer and this communiqué provides further updated information to CHIETA Stakeholders on this matter. As per our last communiqué we indicated that CHIETA is in transition from its previous outsourced Management Information System to the development of an in-house MIS system.
An opportunity exists within the CHIETA for an ICT/MIS Project and Program Manager to assist until 31 March 2020 to provide technological strategies and develop project management frameworks, standards and procedures.