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MICT SETA STAKEHOLDER ROADSHOW
FEBRUARY 2012
Agenda
09h00 to 09h10
09h10 to 09h30
09h30 to 10h15
10h15 to 11h00
11h00 to 11h15
11h15 to 11h30
11h30 to 12h00
12h00 to 13h00
13h00 to 14h55
14h55 to 15h00
Welcome and Introduction
MICT SETA Overview
Learning Programmes
Performance Monitoring and Evaluation
TEA BREAK
Career Guide
Legislation Updates
LUNCH
Online Grant System Workshop
Closing
Benedict Motau
Benedict Motau
Jabu Sibeko
Sekgana Makhoba
Neville Nicholas
Neville Nicholas
Neville Nicholas
MICT OVERVIEW
Benedict Motau
Marketing and Communications Manager
Sector Profile
• Isett acquired the following sub-sectors from the
former MAPPP-Seta:
– Advertising,
– Electronic Media,
• Film
• Broadcasting
• Print Media is hosted by FP&M Seta,
• The MICT Seta comprise 3,287 levy-paying
companies.
Sector Profile
MICT Seta Footprint
• Seta has presence in the following cities:
– Midrand
– Durban
– Cape Town
– East London
• In the process of establishing offices in provinces
where we don’t have presences and within public
FETs.
Critical Factors
Performance:
• Service delivery driven organisation,
People:
• Human resource capacity (numbers and
competencies) required to generate
quality service delivery,
Budget:
• Sufficient revenue to address requisite
skills needs.
Stakeholder Buy-in
• Understanding the key stakeholders’ needs,
• Develop a stakeholder engagement plan
according to identified needs,
• Implement a directed stakeholder engagement
plan.
Conclusion: Change in Focus
Thank You…
Email Address:
benedict.motau@mict.org.za
Please visit our website:
http://www.isett.org.za
Q&A
QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS
Agenda
09h00 to 09h10
09h10 to 09h30
09h30 to 10h15
10h15 to 11h00
11h00 to 11h15
11h15 to 11h30
11h30 to 12h00
12h00 to 13h00
13h00 to 14h55
14h55 to 15h00
Welcome and Introduction
MICT SETA Overview
Learning Programmes
Performance Monitoring and Evaluation
TEA BREAK
Career Guide
Legislation Updates
LUNCH
Online Grant System Workshop
Closing
Benedict Motau
Benedict Motau
Jabu Sibeko
Sekgana Makhoba
Neville Nicholas
Neville Nicholas
Neville Nicholas
MICT Road Show
Presentation to Stakeholders
Jabu Sibeko
Senior Manager: Learning Programmes
Learning Programmes
Learnership
Internship
Skills Programme
Bursary
Learning Programmes
Learnership: Work-based learning programme that leads to a
nationally recognised qualification that is directly related to an
occupation, for example, Broadcast Engineering.
Internship: Exposure to workplace experience and results in
permanent employment or placement in respective workplaces.
Graduate In Service Training: Exposure to workplace experience
towards completion of a qualification (P1 and P2).
.
Skills Programmes
• Skills Programme: Occupationally-directed programme comprising an
agreed cluster of unit standards and, will have practical (work-place)
experience.
– Constructed to constitute credits towards NQF registered
qualifications.
– Delivered by an accredited Provider, and
– Addresses the identified skills needs of the Industry
• Bursary: Under Graduate Bursary programme.
– Post Graduate bursary programme.
– NSFAS Graduate programme
• Vendor-Specific programmes
Discretionary Grants
Letter of Intent
Verification of Levy contribution
Approval of Letter of Intent
Vetting by Learnership Advisor
Drafting of Service level agreement
Co-Funding
SETA
Company
Discretionary Grants Process Flow
Letter of Intent
• Vetting by
LPD/ETQA
advisor
• Approval
/disapproval
Service Level
Agreement
• SLA Signed
by both
parties
Implementation
•
•
•
•
Submission of
Learnership/Internship
Agreements
Disbursement payments
Schedule
Submission of progress
report per tranche
Site visits
Discretionary Grants Payments
Schedule
Activity
First
Disbursement
Second
Disbursement
Disbursement Required Items
Split
 Learnership Agreements, Fixed Employment Contracts
30%
and ID Copies
 Programme Roll-Out Plan (Programme Plan with
Activities Schedule per units standard )
 Uploading learners details on MICT Seta MIS Systems
 1st Invoice, with cancelled organisational blank
cheque.
 List and details of selected learners.
 1st Quarterly Progress Report, based on approved rollout plan, as per clause 7.
20%
 Site Visit report by MICT Seta (Uploading of Learner
assessment results on MICT Seta MIS Systems)
 2nd Invoice.
Discretionary Grants Payments
Schedule
Activity
Third
Disbursement
Fourth
Disbursement
Fifth
Disbursement
Disbursement Required Items
Split
 2nd Quarterly Progress Report, based on approved rollout plan, as per clause 7.
20%
 Site Visit report by MICT Seta.( Uploading of Learner
assessment results on MICT Seta MIS Systems)
 3rd Invoice.
 3rd Quarterly Progress Report, based on approved roll30%
out plan, as per clause 7.
Allowances
 Site Visit report by MICT Seta. (Uploading of Learner
and
assessment results on MICT Seta MIS Systems)
15% Grant  4th Invoice.
 Uploading of Learners Assessments on MICT Seta MIS
15% Grant
Systems and Submission of Moderation reports
Only
 Verification report and Quality Assurance approval by
the MICT Seta ETQA, for Learners’ certification.
Discretionary Grants Payments
Schedule
Activity
Disbursement Required Items
Split

Programme
Termination
Total
Programme
Value
Total MICT Seta
Contribution
50%
Total XXX
LIMITED
Contribution
50%
Full comprehensive progress report with students’
database, including their contacts details.
 The Programme impact analysis, which will include
learners’ employment status upon completion of
Learnerships.
 R35,000-00 Learners Grant x2 Learners (18.2)
R106,000
R18,000-00 Learners Allowances X2 Learners (18.2)

R53,000 
R53,000


Learnership Grants and Allowances
NB. VAT is not applicable to Learnership Grants and
Allowances.
Learnership Grants and Allowances
NB. VAT is not applicable to Learnership Grants and
Allowances.
Q&A
QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS
Thank you…
Email Address:
jabu.sibeko@mict.org.za
Please visit our website:
http://www.isett.org.za
Agenda
09h00 to 09h10
09h10 to 09h30
09h30 to 10h15
10h15 to 11h00
11h00 to 11h15
11h15 to 11h30
11h30 to 12h00
12h00 to 13h00
13h00 to 14h55
14h55 to 15h00
Welcome and Introduction
MICT SETA Overview
Learning Programmes
Performance Monitoring and Evaluation
TEA BREAK
Career Guide
Legislation Updates
LUNCH
Online Grant System Workshop
Closing
Benedict Motau
Benedict Motau
Jabu Sibeko
Sekgana Makhoba
Neville Nicholas
Neville Nicholas
Neville Nicholas
MICT Road Show
Presentation to Stakeholders
Sekgana Makhoba
Senior Manager:
Performance Monitoring and Evaluation
Performance Monitoring and
Evaluation Team
Arabang Ramakau
Thembisile Mkhonza
Gugu Sema
Sekgana Makhoba
Performance Monitoring and
Evaluation Team
Legislative Framework
As a key departure from the past, monitoring and
evaluation are integral to:
‐ The Skills Development Act (Act No.97 of 1998 as
amended),
‐ Skills Development Levies Act,
‐ The National Skills Development Strategy III,
‐ National Treasury (Treasury Regulations),
‐ Employment Equity Act,
‐ Auditor General.
Performance Monitoring and
Evaluation Concept
‐ Each SETA is expected to have targets to meet in
relation to the broader strategy,
‐ Each SETA is expected to put in place measures to
evaluate quality, relevance and impact of skills
development initiatives,
‐ Continuous data collection and analysis to assess and
compare with the expected performance outcome,
‐ Measurement of results achieved to assess relevance,
efficiency, effectiveness, impact, as well as the
sustainability.
Performance Monitoring and
Evaluation Purpose
‐ Provision of feedback on implementation progress,
‐ Provision of early indicators of problem areas that
need to be corrected,
‐ Provision of credible and useful information to answer
specific questions to guide decision makers,
‐ Supports effective programme management,
‐ Facilitation of continuous systemic improvement,
‐ Developmental and supportive,
‐ Stringent and punitive in future.
Performance Monitoring and
Evaluation Questions
Monitoring
• Was delivery according to plan?
• What were the deviations?
• Were they justifiable?
Evaluation
• Was the programme relevant?
• Was it appropriate?
• Did it succeed?
• Was it cost effective?
• Was it efficient?
• Was it effective?
• What is the impact?
• Is it sustainable?
• What are the lessons learnt?
Audit Scope
―Compliance with SDA & SDLA requirements,
―Allocation of mandatory and/or discretionary
grants,
―Alignment of ATR to previous year WSP,
―Resources in relation to learning programme
provision,
―Quality management system in relation to
learning programme implementation.
Audit Process
- MICT Seta receives WSPs and ATRs from constituent
employers,
- MICT Seta approves WSPs and ATRs,
- MICT Seta samples companies to be monitored,
- Schedules introductory meetings with constituent
employers,
- MICT Seta exposes the Performance Monitoring and
Evaluation Tool to the employer during the introductory
meeting,
Audit Process Cont…
- Both parties agree on the actual audit date at the
introductory meeting,
- Employer makes the necessary arrangements and
prepares the evidence for the audit,
- Audit is conducted,
- Feedback session is arranged and audit close-out
report is presented.
Non-Compliance Areas
‐ No Training Committees,
‐ No records of training committee meetings,
‐ Submission of WSP/ATR without requisite
signatories,
‐ No indication of critical and scarce skills,
‐ Planned training interventions vs. implemented
trainings,
‐ No records of training conducted.
Challenges Cited by Constituent
Employers
- ISDFs not in consultation with companies when
compiling WSPs and ATRs,
- Employers unable to relate to submitted WSP/ATR
contents,
- Appointment of training providers without
reference checks.
Conclusion
- Improved and accurate workplace skills
planning, implementation and reporting,
- Improved stakeholder contribution, ownership
and relations,
- Credible and reliable SSP,
- High impact programmes,
- Accountable, effective and relevant MICT Seta
and sector.
Q&A
QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS
Thank you…
Email Address:
sekgana.makhoba@mict.org.za
Please visit our website:
http://www.isett.org.za
Agenda
09h00 to 09h10
09h10 to 09h30
09h30 to 10h15
10h15 to 11h00
11h00 to 11h15
11h15 to 11h30
11h30 to 12h00
12h00 to 13h00
13h00 to 14h55
14h55 to 15h00
Welcome and Introduction
MICT SETA Overview
Learning Programmes
Performance Monitoring and Evaluation
TEA BREAK
Career Guide
Legislation Updates
LUNCH
Online Grant System Workshop
Closing
Benedict Motau
Benedict Motau
Jabu Sibeko
Sekgana Makhoba
Neville Nicholas
Neville Nicholas
Neville Nicholas
MICT Road Show
Presentation to Stakeholders
Neville Nicholas
Senior Manager: Sector Skills Planning
Midrand SSP Staff
KZN Staff
Western Cape Staff
Career Guide Contents
• Types of Learning Programmes in Demand
• Information on Learning Programmes
–
–
–
–
–
Learnerships
Internships
Skills Programmes
Short Courses
Bursaries
Demand for Scarce Skills, by Type
of Learning Programme
Number of Vacancies
Type of Learning Programme
Ap - Apprenticeships (Section 13) NON RPL
CPD - Continuing Professional
Development
Ed - Generic Diplomas, Degrees,
Certificates
I - Internship
L - Licensing requirements
Ls - Learnerships
SC - Short Courses
SP - Skills Programmes
TP - Technical Programmes
TQ - Technical Qualifications
WE - Work experience for unemployed
graduates
Total
1st
1st April 1st April 1st April April
Immediate 2011 to 2012 to 2013 to 2011 to
as at 31st
31st
31st
31st
31st
March
March
March
March March
2011
2012
2013
2014
2014
0
6
4
0
10
188
213
85
186
672
599
97
19
36
270
162
134
255
447
106
11
27
198
88
123
168
421
108
11
24
175
71
144
142
550
65
11
28
406
178
104
222
2 017
376
52
115
1 049
499
505
787
46
1 806
55
1 442
57
1 242
41
1 791
199
6 281
Demand for Critical Skills, by Type
of Learning Programme
Type of Learning Programme
Number of Training Interventions
1st April 1st April 1st April 1st April
2011 to
2012 to 2013 to 2011 to
Immediate as
31st
31st
31st
31st
at 31st March March
March
March
March
2011
2012
2013
2014
2014
CPD - Continuing Professional Development
289
151
67
257
764
Ed - Generic, Diplomas, Degrees, Certificates
408
345
333
354
1 440
23
20
17
16
76
2
1
0
0
3
SC - Short Courses
594
409
313
786
2 102
SP - Skills Programmes
333
179
145
337
994
TP - Technical Programmes
119
136
149
256
660
TQ - Technical Qualifications
347
256
162
233
998
2 115
1 497
1 186
2 239
7 037
I - Internship
Ls - Learnerships
Total
Scarce Skills - Advertising
Critical Skills - Advertising
Scarce Skills – Electronic Media
and Film
Critical Skills – Electronic Media
and Film
Scarce Skills – Electronics
Critical Skills – Electronics
Scarce Skills – Information
Technology
Critical Skills – Information
Technology
Scarce Skills – Telecommunications
Critical Skills –
Telecommunications
Q&A
QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS
Agenda
09h00 to 09h10
09h10 to 09h30
09h30 to 10h15
10h15 to 11h00
11h00 to 11h15
11h15 to 11h30
11h30 to 12h00
12h00 to 13h00
13h00 to 14h55
14h55 to 15h00
Welcome and Introduction
MICT SETA Overview
Learning Programmes
Performance Monitoring and Evaluation
TEA BREAK
Career Guide
Legislation Updates
LUNCH
Online Grant System Workshop
Closing
Benedict Motau
Benedict Motau
Jabu Sibeko
Sekgana Makhoba
Neville Nicholas
Neville Nicholas
Neville Nicholas
Government Gazette 12 Jan 2012
SDF Ref Manual
2012, v1.0, Pg 2
Definition of Pivotal Training
Programmes
• Assisting lower- and higher-grade matriculants to
progress occupationally through conducting a
learnership.
• Assisting a diploma learner with the last six
months workplace experience through conducting
an internship to obtain the diploma qualification.
SDF Ref Manual 2012, v1.0, Pg 3
Definition of Pivotal Training
Programmes
• Assisting learners who have failed their first year at
university through conducting a learnership.
• Assisting learners in their second, third or fourth
years of their first degree for professionally based
qualifications, for example engineering and
accounting, through the provision of a bursary.
SDF Ref Manual 2012, v1.0, Pg 3
Definition of Pivotal Training
Programmes
• Assisting first degree (Bachelors) graduates to
make them workplace ready through the provision
of an internship.
• Assisting second degree (Masters) graduates to
make them workplace ready through the provision
of an internship.
• Assisting third degree (Doctorates) graduates to
make them workplace ready through the provision
of an internship.
SDF Ref Manual 2012, v1.0, Pg 3
Definition of Pivotal Training
Programmes
Exclusions
• Assisting lower -grade matriculants to obtain
a tertiary entrance.
• Assistance in the first-year of a degree.
• All skills programmes.
SDF Ref Manual 2012, v1.0, Pg 3
Applying for Pivotal Grant Funding
• Use the Letter of Intent
• Submit it to:
─ The Senior Manager, Learning Programmes
email: jabu.sibeko@mict.org.za
• The request on the Letter of Intent will be
checked against your ATR/WSP/PTR
submission
SDF Ref Manual 2012, v1.0, Pg 3
New ATR/WSP/PTR Requirements
• Skill level to be included in:
– Employment Profile
– All Training Interventions
Competence/Skill Level
Learner/ Junior/ Inter- Senior/
Trainee Novice mediate Expert
• Pivotal Indicator in all Training Interventions
New ATR/WSP/PTR Requirements
• Municipality to be included in:
– Employment Profile
– All Training Interventions
• Age Group to be included in:
– Employment Profile
– All Training Interventions
Age Group
<35
35-55
>55
Q&A
QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS
Agenda
09h00 to 09h10
09h10 to 09h30
09h30 to 10h15
10h15 to 11h00
11h00 to 11h15
11h15 to 11h30
11h30 to 12h00
12h00 to 13h00
13h00 to 14h55
14h55 to 15h00
Welcome and Introduction
MICT SETA Overview
Learning Programmes
Performance Monitoring and Evaluation
TEA BREAK
Career Guide
Legislation Updates
LUNCH
Online Grant System Workshop
Closing
Benedict Motau
Benedict Motau
Jabu Sibeko
Sekgana Makhoba
Neville Nicholas
Neville Nicholas
Neville Nicholas
Monitoring and Evaluation
• Why the need?
• MICT Levy Contributors will contribute about R500
million during 2011/2012 period, of which 50% will
be returned to these organisations.
• Questions being asked
– Has the R250 million spent by our stakeholders actually
benefitted the sector in terms of BBBEE, race, gender,
etc.?
– Is the Sector and the MICT addressing scarce and critical
skills?
– Are stakeholders providing the Seta with carefully
considered ATR/WSP data?
Scarce Skills and Bursary Training
Interventions
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Post-Doctoral Research Degree
Doctorate
Masters Degree (No Workplace Experience)
Professional Qualification (No Workplace
Experience)
National First Degree (4 years) (No Workplace
Experience)
Honours Degree (No Workplace Experience)
National First Degree (3 years) (No Workplace
Experience)
Higher Diploma (No Workplace Experience)
National Diploma (No Workplace Experience)
National Certificate (No Workplace
Experience)
ABET (No Workplace Experience)
Higher Diploma (With Workplace Experience)
National Diploma (With Workplace
Experience)
National Certificate (With Workplace
Experience)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
ABET (With Workplace Experience)
Internship
Articles
Licensing requirement
Learnership
Apprenticeship (Section 13)
Skills Programme
Short Course
Workshop
Seminar
Conference
Work experience for unemployed
graduates (in scarce skills)
Other
Critical Skills Training Interventions
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
ABET (No Workplace Experience)
ABET (With Workplace Experience)
Internship
Skills Programme
Short Course
Workshop
Seminar
Conference
Work experience for unemployed graduates (in scarce skills)
Other
ATR/WSP/PTR Submission Rules
• The ATR, WSP, PTR and fully completed Authorisation Form
(and original banking details – new companies/change of
banking details) must be submitted to the MICT Seta by no
later than midnight 30th June each year
• Exception: new companies can submit within 6 months of
company registration. Only the WSP/PTR is submitted in the
first year.
• No Extensions.
• For approval, the WSP must contain at least one training
intervention.
• Note that the Grant Payment Process does not involve claiming
expenses for training from a Seta.
SDF Ref Manual 2012, v1.0, Pg 3
Project Plan
Activity
Attend the MICT Seta Road Shows
Study the MICT Seta SDF Reference Manual
Ensure that you are registered as an SDF with
the MICT Seta
Compile a list of all employees, as per the
suggested table in Chapter 2 of the SDF
Reference Manual
Allocate OFO codes to all employees if not
already available
Use ATR/WSP template to gather skills
development data from relevant company
managers
If more than one ATR/WSP templates
completed, consolidate into one template
Enter ATR/WSP data On-line
All relevant required parties to sign off and
submit on-line
SDF Ref Manual 2012, v1.0, Pg 4
Feb-2012
Mar2012
Apr2012
May2012
Jun-2012
Original Banking Details
• Only if your organisation is submitting for the first
time or
• If your organisation’s banking details have changed
– Please then send this documentation by registered
mail or courier to:
• Janine Du Plessis CA (SA)
Deloitte Consulting Pty Ltd
Brooklyn House, 315 Veale Street, Brooklyn, 0181, South
Africa
SDF Ref Manual 2012, v1.0, Pg 5
Thank you…
Email Address:
seniormanagerssp@mict.org.za
Please visit our website:
http://www.isett.org.za
Q&A
QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS

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