How To Apply For SETA Funding

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The Services Sector Education and Training Authority (Services SETA) was established and registered in March 2000 in terms of the skills development Act of 1998 and is responsible for the disbursement of the training levies payable by all employers. These levies are collected by the South African Revenue Service (SARS) via the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET), and are to be disbursed through a management system motivated by skills requirement assessment and monitoring.


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The Services Sector Education and Training Authority (Services SETA) was established and registered in March 2000 in terms of the skills development Act of 1998 and is responsible for the disbursement of the training levies payable by all employers. 
HOW TO APPLY FOR SERVICES SETA
SUBMIT

Send a letter of Intent email to [email protected] only if applying for a full qualification with Services SETA
If applying for accreditation for a Unit Standard or Skills Programme, you do not have to submit the Letter of Intent to QCTO

COMPLETE and UPLOAD

Complete the online applications on the Services SETA’s Learner Management and Information System (LMIS)

OUTCOME

Once evaluation is complete, the Services SETA sends a recommendation for accreditation to QCTO for full qualifications
QCTO communicates the outcome directly to the provider on full qualifications
Services SETA communicates the accreditation outcomes for unit standards and skills programmes directly with the training providers

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