Target - MICT Seta

Report
Welcome
to the second
Annual General Meeting of the
MICT SETA
20 November 2013
presentation on www.mict.org.za
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NSDS
Target
Target
TIME
Agenda
DESCRIPTION
PRESENTER
10h00 – 10h30
Arrivals and Registration
All
10h30 - 10h35
Opening and Welcome
Mr. Oupa Mopaki
10h35 – 10h45
DVD
10h45 – 10h55
Chairperson’s Opening Remarks
Mr. Johannes Mjwara
10h55 – 11h30
CEO’s Report
 Predetermined Performance
Information
 Governance
 Report of the Auditor-General for the
year 2012/13
 Annual financial statements of the
Accounting Authority for the year
2012/13
Mr. Oupa Mopaki
Mr. Tumelo Mokoena
NSDS
Target
Target
TIME
11h30 – 12h15
12h15 – 12h30
Agenda
DESCRIPTION
PRESENTER
 Discretionary Grants Application
Process
Mr. Jabu Sibeko
 Mandatory Grants Process
Ms. Sekgana Makhoba
 Programme implementation
against Scarce and Critical Skills
Mr. Charlton Philiso
Closure
Mr. Johannes Mjwara
DVD
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NSDS
Target
Target
Chairperson’s Opening Remarks
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Target
NSDS GOAL 4.1
Establishing a
credible
institutional
mechanism for
skills planning
Indicator
Continued
research
partnership
with the
Joburg
Centre for
Software
Engineering
Performance Information on
Predetermined Objectives
Target
Achievement
MICT SETA SSP
Done
that includes
sector research
and use it as basis
for Strategy
Implementation
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NSDS
Target
Target
NSDS GOAL 4.2
NSDS Indicator
… continued
Target
Achievement
5
7
Workers entered skills
programmes
450
586
Workers certificated from
skills programmes
400
413
Unemployed learners to
enter Learnership
programmes
2 100
2 830
Unemployed learners to be
certificated
1 300
2 313
Increasing access to
Collaborative agreements
occupationally- directed with public FET colleges and
programmes
universities of technology
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NSDS
Target
Target
… continued
NSDS GOAL 4.2
NSDS Indicator
Target
Achievement
Increasing access to
occupationally- directed
programmes
Students to be placed to
access workplace
experience
500
1 035
Agreements with
universities and NSFAS for
bursaries
600
1 200
Graduates that entered
workplaces
500
647
Agreement with SAP on
flagship programme
3 Ph.D.
6
Students and 3
Masters
students
enrolled with
Universities
8
NSDS
Target
Target
… continued
NSDS GOAL 4.3
NSDS Indicator
Target
Achievement
Promoting the growth
of public FET college
system that is
responsive to sector,
local, regional and
national skills needs
and priorities
Partnership with FET
colleges to build capacity
to run MICT programmes
in partnership with
employers
5
5
partnership
s with FET
colleges
NSDS GOAL 4.5
NSDS Indicator
Target
Encouraging better use
of workplace – based
skills development
Workplace monitoring
100
and evaluation workplace workplace
audits
audits
Achievement
103
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NSDS
Target
Target
… continued
NSDS GOAL 4.6
NSDS Indicator
Target
Achievement
Encouraging and supporting
co-operatives, small
enterprises, workerinitiated, NGO and
community training
initiatives
Small and emerging
business owners and
employees to have access
to MICT SETA learning
programmes
50 SLAs signed
with SMEs for
skills
development
86
NSDS GOAL 4.8
NSDS Indicator
Target
Achievement
Building career and
vocational guidance.
Career guides compiled
and distributed to
stakeholders
1 000 career
guides to be
compiled and
distributed
4 593
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Governance – MICT SETA
Accounting Authority/Board
Target
– Skills Development Act No 97 of 1998 as amended
– Skills Development Levies Act No 9 of 1999
– Public Finance Management Act No 1 of 1999
– Treasury Regulations
– Governed in terms of the MICT SETA Constitution
– MICT SETA Board Charter
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…continued
The BoardTarget
is established in terms of section 11 of the Skills
Development Act of 1998 as amended and the SETA
constitution
 Organised Labour
 Organised Employers
 Government Departments
 Any interested professional body or bargaining
council
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Governance – MICT SETA
Accounting Authority/Board
Sub-committees
Target
Board sub-committees
 Audit and Risk Committee
 Finance and Remuneration Committee
 Executive Committee
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Annual Financial
NSDS
Target Statements for the year
Target
ended 31 March 2013
Tumelo Mokoena: Acting Manager: Finance
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Participating Companies
March 2013
2012/13
2011/12
18 096
17 609
MICT Levy Paying Employers
3 813
3 518
WSPs/ATRs received by June 2012
(for 2013)
1 487
1 433
82%
82%
Total Registered Employers
Payout %
15
Levy Growth Trend
R’m
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
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Levy Income Analysis
Year
Amount
R’000
Growth %
2009
319 742
15.14
2010
359 644
12.48
2011
372 857
3.67
2012
477 838
28.15
2013
539 733
12.95
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NSDS
Target
Target
Per financial year
Skills Development Levy Income
Income growth % variance
Discretionary programme expenditure
Discretionary % variance
Mandatory grant expenditure
Mandatory grant payout %
Administration costs
Surplus / (deficit)
Financial Highlights
and Trends
2012/13
2011/12
2010/11
2009/10
R'000
Audited
R'000
Audited
R'000
Audited
R'000
Audited
539 733
13%
243 057
18%
278 509
82%
48 720
(9 044)
477 838
28%
206 458
18%
235 369
82%
40 527
15 356
372 857
4%
174 736
115%
197 070
88%
32 121
(11 135)
359 644
12%
81 253
21%
200 622
84%
27 593
68 969
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NSDS
Target
Target
Per scheme year
Cash and Cash equivalents
Surplus Funds available ( A )
Surplus Funds committed ( B )
"B" as a % of "A"
Surplus funds spent ( C )
"C" as a % of "B"
Financial Highlights
and Trends
2012/13
2011/12
2010/11
2009/10
R'000
Audited
R'000
Audited
R'000
Audited
R'000
Audited
346 860
237 788
285 168
120%
243 057
85%
320 684
246 833
221 797
90%
206 458
93%
310 285
219 179
207 007
94%
174 736
84%
261 861
230 314
152 159
66%
81 253
53%
NB: Unspent Administration Funds, Interest on Investments, Unclaimed Mandatory Grant,
Interest and Penalties
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Target
Financial
NSDS
Target Statements
Summary
Movement
SDL income (80%)
SDL interest and penalties
Investment income
Other income
TOTAL INCOME
TOTAL EXPENSES
Surplus / (deficit)
Total Assets
Total Liabilities
Surplus Funds
2012/13
R'000
2011/12
R'000
Audited
Audited
13%
52%
1%
(91%)
539 733
4 913
16 760
468
561 874
570 918
(9 044)
477 838
3 238
16 647
5 083
502 806
487 450
15 356
12%
60%
366 819
129 031
237 788
327 577
80 744
246 833
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NSDS Target
Q&A
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Discretionary Grants
Application Process
Submission of Letter of Intent
(LoI: PIVOTAL/Non PIVOTAL)
Desktop verification of
Levy Contribution by SSP
Desktop confirmation of
accreditation of the training
provider by ETQA
Desktop approval of vetting
process by Snr Manager - LPD
…continued
Site Vetting of Employer by
Learning Programmes
Advisor
Discretionary Grants
Committee recommends to
CEO for approval
Approval/Disapproval of
recommendation by CEO
Notification of application
outcome
Budget allocation, drafting and
signing of Service Level
Agreement (SLA)
Mandatory Grants
Process
Annual Training Reports (ATRs)
and Workplace Skills Plans
(WSPs) submissions
ATRs and WSPs evaluation and
approvals
Payment of skills development
levies by employers to SARS
Receipt of Dept. of Higher Education
and Training levy reports and upload
on the MICT SETA Management
System
Mandatory Grants payment report
from the SMS for verification and
approval purposes
Mandatory Grants payment on a
quarterly basis
2012/13 Programme implementation
(Annual Training Report)
Learning
Intervention
Learnerships
18.1
Learnerships
18.2
Skills
Programmes
Internships
Short
Courses
Adult
Education &
Training
Bursaries
Total
Total
Telecoms
Information
Electronics
Film and
Technology
Electronic
Media
1 274
183
670
160
107
154
Advertising
38
834
299
2 249
536
3 956
533
1 443
3 188
7 927
20 838
33 929
77
5 016
85
10 542
90
12 976
222
56 039
98
89 562
572
174 135
187
300
1 351
1 720
1 673
5 231
129
6 134
288
13 599
547
18 611
1 179
70 006
820
113 710
2 963
222 060
Scarce Skills (Electronic Media and Film
subsector)
OFO Code
Occupation
264101
264204
Author
Radio Journalist
24
19
Bursary/Internship
Bursary/Internship/
Learnership
34
42
265401
Director (Film,
Television, Radio
or Stage)
11
Bursary/Internship
40
343101
Photographer
10
Bursary /Internship
5
343907
Continuity Person
8
12
352103
Sound Technician
5
352105
Radio Station
Operator
Financial
Accountant
Camera Operator
(Film, Television or
Video)
5
Internship/
Learnership
Bursary /Internship/
Learnership
Bursary/ Internship/
Learnership
Bursary/Internship
4
Bursary/ Internship/
Learnership
10
15
Finance Manager
3
Bursary/Internship
6
241107
352102
121101
Total
4
Interventions
Number of Learners
4
2
8
8
Scarce Skills (IT and Electronics)
OFO Code
Occupation
311301
Electrical Engineering
Technician
71
252301
Computer Network and Systems
Engineer
Software Developer
50
214401
352201
Mechanical Engineer
Telecommunications Technical
Officer or Technologist
35
35
215101
214201
251401
Electrical Engineer
Civil Engineer
Applications Programmer
32
29
26
122101
Sales and Marketing Manager
24
215103
Energy Engineer
20
215201
Electronics Engineer
20
351201
ICT Communications Assistant
16
251201
Total
37
Interventions
Number of
Learners
Bursary/Internship/
80
Learnership/
Apprenticeship
Internship
300
Internship
Learnership
Bursary/Internship
Bursary/Internship/
Learnership
280
80
20
140
Bursary/ Internship
Bursary/Internship
Bursary/Internship/
Learnership
Bursary/Internship
8
18
36
Bursary/Internship/
Learnership
Bursary/Internship/
Learnership
Bursary/Internship/
Learnership
0
38
36
26
Scarce Skills (Telecommunications)
OFO Code
Occupation
243402
ICT Business Development
Manager
ICT Sales Assistant
101
45
133102
Computer Network and
Systems Engineer
ICT Project Manager
235601
ICT Trainer
32
252901
ICT Security Specialist
29
241204
Financial Markets Practitioner
28
251203
Developer Programmer
25
352201
Telecommunications Technical
Officer or Technologist
23
242401
Training and Development
Professional
15
522304
252301
Total
60
34
Interventions
Bursary/Internship/
Learnership
Bursary/Internship/
Learnership
Learnership
Bursary
/Internship
Bursary/Internship/
Learnership
Bursary/
Internship
Bursary/
Internship
Bursary/Internship/
Learnership
Bursary/
Internship/
Learnership
Bursary/Internship/
Learnership
Number of
Learners
20
80
840
20
35
20
16
400
60
140
10
Scarce Skills (Advertising)
Code
Occupation
216603
47
264201
216604
Multimedia
Designer
Advertising
Specialist
Graphic
Designer
Copywriter
Web Designer
216602
Illustrator
5
441901
Classified
Advertising
Clerk
Production
Coordinator
Multimedia
Specialist
Proof Reader
5
243101
216601
432201
251301
441302
Total
27
20
Interventions
Bursary/Internship
/Learnership
Bursary/Internship
Number of
learners
60
35
Bursary/Internship/
Learnership
Bursary/Internship
Bursary/Internship/
Learnership
Bursary/Internship/
Learnership
Bursary/Internship/
Learnership
14
4
Bursary/Internship
6
3
Bursary/Internship
35
3
Bursary/Internship
15
10
7
6
55
10
15
NSDS
Target
Target
Q&A
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THANK YOU!
Wishing you a wonderful
festive season and a
prosperous new year!
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