Trainyoucan

Accredited Training Provider

TRAINYOUCAN is an accredited training provider through the South African Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) with level 4 BEE Status and provides both accredited and customised learning programmes to organisations looking to maximise their investment in developing their staff. TRAINYOUCAN ACCREDITATION ETDP SETA Accreditation Number: ETDP10687 We have over 14 years experience in “Train the Trainer” also knows as Facilitation Skills, Assessor, Moderator and SDF (Skills Development Facilitator) Training, including Training Provider Accreditation. We see ourselves as the number 1 Training Company when it comes to continuous support. Not only do we offer monthly public courses on Trainer, Assessor, Moderator and SDF in Durban, but…

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GUIDELINES WHEN REGISTERING ASSESSORS AND MODERATORS WITH THE DIFFERENT SETAs

GUIDELINES WHEN REGISTERING  ASSESSORS AND MODERATORS  WITH THE DIFFERENT SETAs ABOUT US: TRAINYOUCAN SETA Accredited Training Network is an accredited training provider through the ETDP SETA with level 4 BEE Status and provides both accredited courses and customised learning training programmes to organisations looking to maximise their investment in developing their staff in Durban, Cape Town and Johannesburg. We leaders in courses such as Train the Trainer also known as Facilitator Training, Assessor, Moderator and SDF or Skills Development Facilitator Training Courses. ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT: This document was created by…

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Seta Mandatory & Discretionary grant regulations declared invalid 21st Aug. 2015

On 3 December 2012, the SETA Grant Regulations were gazetted (Government Gazette no. 35940). These come into effect on 1 April 2013. There were many major substantial changes in the new regulations and these may have serious implications for skills development in our country. Some of the main changes were: That the mandatory grant to employers is reduced from 50% to 20%. Any unclaimed mandatory grants must be transferred by the 15 August each financial year into the discretionary fund. Discretionary grants will mainly be paid for programmes offered by public FET…

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List of SETA’s

AGRISETA BANKSETA CETA (Construction SETA) CHIETA (Chemical Industries SETA) CATHSETA (Culture Arts, Tourism, Hospitality and Sports SETA) ESETA (Energy and Water SETA) ETDPSETA (Education Training and Development Practices SETA) FPMSETA (Fibre, Processing & Manufacturing SETA) FOODBEV (Food and Beverage Manufacturing Industry SETA) FASSET SETA (Financial and Accounting Services SETA) HWSETA (Health and Welfare SETA) INSETA (Insurance SETA) LGSETA (Local Government SETA) MERSETA (Media, Advertising, Information and Communication Technologies SETA) MICTSETA (Manufacturing, Engineering and Related Services SETA) MQSETA (Mining Qualifications Authority SETA) PSETA (Public Service SETA) SASSETA (Safety and Security SETA) SERVICES SETA TETA (Transport SETA) W&RSETA (Wholesale and Retail SETA)

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Why were Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs) Established

The SETAs were established in accordance with the Skills Development Act 97 of 1998 to manage and administer the Skills Development Levy (SDL) funds within the specific sector. Furthermore, they manage the processes of sector and workplace skills development strategies to develop and improve the skills of the South African workforce. They also provide for learner ships that lead to recognised qualifications.

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