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According to the Census 2011 report (currently the most up-to date information available) persons with disabilities constitute 7.5% of South Africa’s population and of this figure an estimated eight in ten persons with disabilities are unemployed.

The Chemical Industries Education and Training Authority (CHIETA) has rolled out a career guidance programme to help learners identify professions that suit their interests.

FP&M SETA is earning its stripes in the development of QCTO-aligned qualifications. In the most recent development, 55 occupationally directed qualifications and part-qualifications were aligned to curriculum requirements and the new QCTO qualifications framework.

AgriSETA celebrates achievements in the agricultural sector by recognizing those who have “excelled” in skills development.

National Skills Authority (NSA) conducted a workshop with the newly appointed Accounting Authorities (AA) of the 21 SETAs on 18 May 2018 at Destiny Hotel and Convention

The Accounting Authority of the Transport SETA hereby invites organised labour and organised business within the Aerospace and Rail Sub-Sectors to nominate individuals for appointment as members of the TETA Technical Advisory Committee.

A new ICT work readiness initiative aims to equip graduates for the workplace while boosting the digital sector.

Travel agents, media and trade partners have gathered to participate in Africa's Travel Indaba 2018.

An initiative to train youth installers is helping to transform South Africa’s construction industry.

A multilateral partnership between the Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authorit.



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