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The Services SETA management has learnt of the statement issued by Nehawu regarding the strike action by its members who are Services SETA employees.

Members of the National Education Health and Allied Workers Union(Nehawu) continue to express their frustration over poor working conditions during a strike at the Services Sector Education and Training Authority(Seta).

South Africa is sitting on a goldmine of e-waste. It could be harvesting it, creating jobs on the back of it and making mounds of money from it. 

Recent figures based on the Quarterly Labour Force Survey issued by Statistics South Africa in July 2018 show that over 54% of the 10,3 million South Africans aged between.

 

The Energy and Water Sector Education and Training Authority (EWSETA) is a skills development authority serving the energy and water services sectors.

Hand in hand with green business go green skills. EWSETA has developed three exciting new qualifications using the QCTO methodology.

The centralising of functions within the Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs) will help to address the challenges within the diluted entities. However, Sean Jones, managing director from the Artisan Training Institute (ATI), says the management and allocation of funds would be critical to guarantee the SETAs sustainability beyond 2020. 

The government wants to know what you think. The Setas, Sector Education and Training Authorities, have been around since 1999 and are tasked with co-ordinating and promoting workplace skills-based training and development.

 

 

 

The Stellenbosch University Water Institute (SUWI) is one entity whose work has been boosted by EWSETA, and the partnership is bearing short-course fruit. EWSETA and SUWI have developed a programme in water treatment process management that is creating positive waves among technical vocational education and training (TVET) educators.

Allegations against the Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETA's) are mounting according to the civil action organisation known as OUTA.

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