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Sector Skills Plan (SSP)

Sector Skills Planning is one of the key pillars of a SETA.  Through interrogation of the skills needs of the Energy and Water Service sector, the EWSETA is able to develop learning programmes and implement strategic projects that address the scare and critical skills needs of our sectors.

Sector Skills Planning is mainly achieved through research in the form of our Sector Skills Plan (SSP) and by evaluating Workplace Skills Plans (WSPs) and Annual Training Reports (ATRs).

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 NOTICE OF EWSETA SECTOR SKILLS PLAN (SSP) PROVINCIAL STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT ROADSHOW  

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STAKEHOLDER NOTICE

WORKPLACE SKILLS PLAN / ANNUAL TRAINING REPORT SUBMISSION FOR 2012/2013

The Energy and Water Sector Education and Training Authority (EWSETA) is one of 21 Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs)  established in terms of the Skills Development Act No. 97 of 1998, as amended and falls under the regulation of the Department of Higher Education and Training.  

EWSETA has the mandate to manage the skills development needs of the Energy and Water Services sector through strategic sector skills planning within the framework of the National Skills Development Strategy III and has as one of its responsibilities, the approval of Workplace Skills Plans (WSPs) and Annual Training Reports (ATRs).


CALL FOR STAKEHOLDER PARTICIPATION IN EWSETA SECTOR SKILLS PLAN UPDATE

EWSETA Sector Skills Plan Annual Update

EWSETA would like to thank all our stakeholders who participated in our Sector Skills Plan 2011-2016 Annual Update.  Valuable participation was received through feedback and primary data obtained at our Provincial Focus Groups, SSP On-line Survey and Annual General Meeting 2011.

Whilst we are deeply appreciative to all stakeholders for their continued commitment in working with the EWSETA towards achieving our vision of being a leading facilitator of world-class skills for energy and water, which is made possible through a Sector Skills Plan that provides appropriate and crucial strategic direction for our sector, we are mindful that our Sector Skills Plan Annual Update is a work in progress and as such, requires constant review and collaboration. 

EWSETA will soon be embarking on our SSP 2012 Annual Update and we would like to urge all stakeholders to keep an eye on our website for the SSP Annual Update process and how you as a stakeholder can participate in the process leading up to our submission to the Department of Higher Education and Training in August 2012.

Should you wish to make comments or assist by sending us your scarce and critical skills list, please email Candice Moodley at candicem@eseta.org.za.

Please click here to view our SSP 2012 Annual Update


 

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