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Services SETA Presentation to Portfolio committee on Higher Education and Training. 26 May 2010. MANDATE for 23 INDUSTRIES THAT CONSTITUTE THE SERVICES SECTOR. NSDS II extension. NATIONAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY EXTENSION DOCUMENT. Guidelines of focus areas within NSDS II. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • *Services SETA Presentation to Portfolio committee on Higher Education and Training26 May 2010


  • *NSDS II extension

  • * Guidelines of focus areas within NSDS IINATIONAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY EXTENSION DOCUMENTFirstly, investment into the development of identified scarce and critical skills, needed to implement the various prioritiesNote: Success Indicators 2.8, 4.1 and 4.2 are to be given special emphasisSecondly, the poor and vulnerable are to be assisted in a more focused mannerNote: see success Indicators 2.5, 3.2 and 4.3). Foundational learning is an option under Success Indicator 2.7. Thirdly, investment into the strengthening of the countrys system of colleges, universities of technology and universitiesNote: all the Success Indicators listed under Objective 5 of NSDS II are important in the year aheadObjective 1 and Objective 2 (2.1, 2.2, 2.3) remain unchanged and will apply to and/or extend to the financial year ending March 2011Source: Executive Summary National Skills Development Strategy Extension Document

  • *1. Speeding up economic growth and transforming the economy to create decent work and sustainable livelihoods2. Massive programme to build economic and social infrastructure3. Comprehensive rural development strategy linked to land and agrarian reform and food security4. DHET focus - Strengthen our skills and human resources base 5. Improve the health profile of the nation6. Intensify the fight against crime and corruption7. Build cohesive, caring and sustainable communities8. Pursuing African advancement and enhanced international co operation9. Sustainable Resource Management and use 10. Building a Developmental State including improvement of public services and strengthening democratic institutions

    Source: Executive Summary National Skills Development Strategy Extension DocumentMedium Term Strategic Framework relevance toThe National Skills Development Strategy are:


    Linked to 10 MTSF priorities and unpacked into 58 indicators aligned to NSDS ii

  • 2010/11 Budget at a Glance

    R 960 million incl. NSF portion*

  • 2.8 5510 learners720 learnerships200 section 13 apprenticeships400 section 28 apprenticeships2990 scarce skills bursaries1200 skills programmes

    4.1 4075 learners1700 learnerships500 section 13 apprenticeships400 section 28 apprenticeships1295 scarce skills bursaries180 skills programmes

    4.2 3225 learners 3225 internships with targeted 2580 placements50% Discretionary Plans (R 276.5 million)Scarce and Critical Skills*











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  • 2.5 BEE support 400 small BEE firms100 BEE co-operatives

    2.7 Adult Learning1410 learners to complete level 4

    3.2 Non Levy Paying enterprises 6208 NPLEs776 NGOs388 CBOs388 Co-operatives

    4.3 New Ventures 450 young people10% Discretionary Plans (R 58 million)The Poor and Vulnerable*






    4.3 New venture creation

    2.5Bee Firms


    2 million20%

    2.7 Adult learning

    15 million


    3.2 Non Levy paying

    36 million


    5 million








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  • Other Discretionary projects*

    NSDS indicatorsBudget 1.1 SSP and provincial offices52 million1.2 SDFs and career guidance8 million 2.2 SMEs support to 6550 enterprises48 million5.1 ISOEs40 million5.2 NVC providers200 thousand5.3 NQF support4.7 million 5.4 Board governance and capacity building2 million

  • *SLA TARGETS 2010/2011

    Success IndicatorsTarget1.2 SDFs / SS4002.1 Large4522.1 Medium5572.2 Small Levy Paying6,5502.3 Government Departments personnel budgetN/A2.5 Small BEE/BEE CO-Ops2.5 Small BEE4002.5 Small BEE Co-ops1002.5 Total Supported5002.7 ABET 1 Registered02.7 ABET 2 Registered02.7 ABET 3 Registered02.7 ABET 4 Registered1,4102.7 TOTAL REGISTERED0

    Success IndicatorsTarget2.7 ABET 1 Achieved02.7 ABET 2 Achieved02.7 ABET 3 Achieved02.7 ABET 4 Achieved1,0582.7 TOTAL ACHIEVED1,0582.8 Learners (Workers) Entered Learnerships 7202.8 Learners (Workers) Entered MTA Section 13 2002.8 Learners (Workers) Entered MTA Section 28 4002.8 Learners (Workers) Entered Bursaries 2,9902.8 Learners (Workers) Entered Internships02.8 Learners (Workers) Entered U/S Skills programme1,2002.8 TOTAL ENTERED5,5102.8 Learners (Workers) Completed Learnerships 5042.8 Learners (Workers) Completed MTA Section 13 140

  • *SLA TARGETS 2010/2011 (continued)

    Success IndicatorsTarget2.8 Learners (Workers) Completed MTA Section 28 2802.8 Learners (Workers) Completed Bursaries 2,0932.8 Learners (Workers) Completed Internships02.8 Learners (Workers) Completed U/S Skills programme8402.8 TOTAL COMPLETED3,8573.2 NPLEs, NGOs, CBOs, CO-Ops7,7603.2 NLPEs6,2083.2 NGOs7763.2 CBOs3883.2 CO-Ops3884.1 Learners (Unemployed) Entered Learnerships 1,7004.1 Learners (Unemployed) Entered MTA Section 13 5004.1 Learners (Unemployed) Entered MTA Section 28 4004.1 Learners (Unemployed) Entered Bursaries 1,295

    Success IndicatorsTarget4.1 Bursary Entered Non SA Citizen4.1 Learners (Unemployed) Entered Internships04.1 Learners (Unemployed) Entered U/S Skills programme1804.1 TOTAL ENTERED4,0754.1 Learners (Unemployed) Completed Learnerships 1,1904.1 Learners (Unemployed) Completed MTA Section 13 3504.1 Learners (Unemployed) Completed MTA Section 28 2804.1 Learners (Unemployed) Completed Bursaries 9074.1 Learners (Unemployed) Completed Internships04.1 Learners (Unemployed) Completed U/S Skills programme1264.1 TOTAL COMPLETED2,8534.2 Learners in Critical Skills3,2254.2 Workplace Experience placed2,5804.3 NVC Entered4504.3 NVC Sustained3155.1 ISOEs55.2 NVC Institutions18


  • Budget Analysis of 2009/10*

    Budget(Rm)Collected(Rm)Actual(Rm)Admin 10%88.194.694.4

    9.98%Mandatory 50% 176.5481.5

    50% = 240.7236.2

    98.1%Discretionary 20%488.2207.3561.2

  • *Performance highlights 2009/10

    SSP approved and signed off

    Comprehensive career guidance media coverage

    576 SDFs trained of planned 300

    125% of large firms and 137% of medium firms wsp/atr received grants

    8471 SMEs supported of planned 6522

    1262 BEE firms and BEE co-ops supported of planned 550 including EME and SME verification support

    3099 adult learning interventions of planned 1800, introducing the new Business Foundational Programme

    7561 employed learners enrolled against a planned 5520

    5117 completions including previous year intake2085 Non levy paying firms, NGOs, CBOs and community based co-operatives supported against a planned 1300

    8714 unemployed learners enrolled against a planned 7500

    4654 unemployed learner completions including previous year intake

    1669 learners enrolled in critical skills and 998 enrolled on internships to gain work experience

    393 young people enrolled on new venture programme against a planned 200

    9 provincial ISOEs established through provincial ISOE model

    47 providers accredited to provide NVC qualification

  • Sample FET / HET List*

    1Advtech Resourcing2Vuselela College FET3Zodiac Commercial School4Goldfields FET College5Motheo FET College6Maluti FET College7Flavius Mareka FET College8Skills Training & Employment Centre9Port Elizabeth FET College 10University of the Witwatersrand 11 (UNISA)12Tshwane University of Technology (TUT)13Nelson Mandel Metropolitan University14PC Training & Business College15EWC Kathorus Campus16Walter Sisulu University17Buffalo City F.E.T College18Central Johannesburg College19Vega- Imagination Lab

  • *SWOT ANALYSIS Internal Factors


    Diversity of the sector 37 industriesStrong Leadership capabilityFinancial viability due to sector growthWilling to test new and innovative approachesStrong brand awarenessMany industries skills sets benchmarkedPositioned as supporter of the disabledTen locations in south AfricaStrong strategic partnerships at local and global levelsDiverse culture of the management and staffLeadership philosophy of innovation and creativityValues entrenched in growing the sector to be globally competitiveHolistic approach Weaknesses

    small team to serve very large basetechnology platform sometimes slowsome regions still developingcustomer satisfaction improvementRetention strategy still to be developed

  • *SWOT ANALYSIS External Factors


    professionalise service sector

    develop innovation and systems thinking

    strengthen social dialogue

    develop decent work standard

    promote employee wellness

    create further job opportunities

    improve governance and ethicsThreats

    Head hunting of key personnel

    territorial disputes on cross sector areas

    traffic disruption impact on productivity

    legislative effect eg etqa vs qcto

    competition vs collaboration apprenticeships

    technology disruption / unavailability


  • *Medium Term Strategic Framework aligned to Services SETA Priority 1: Speeding up economic growth & transforming the economy to create decent work and sustainable livelihoodsIndicator 1.1 Transformation of poor and marginalised to participate in the economy

    Source: Office of DCEO Str