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“In considering the implications of these industrial policy initiatives for the for skills development, it is worth recalling the SETA policy debates of the late 1990s.”
“The Portfolio Committee on Labour has already identified the need to engage with the SETA's - it is the intention to call the SETA's to Public Hearings and visit their actual projects in order to come up with concrete recommendations.”
“Also found on the Cessna was a blank form from a Nicaraguan charter firm, SETA, which is based at Sandino International airport in Managua.”
“SETA and its cluster of everyday pc's in millions or homes working together is another great example.”
“In this regard, the Local Government SETA has drafted a training programme and all of us should work towards ensuring that this initiative succeeds.”
“In the last year, for the first time in the history of the SETA system, I had to put one of these SETAs - Media Advertising Packaging, Printing and Production (MAPPP) - under administration.”
“In the same financial year, we will also amend the Skills Development Act (1998) to provide for the functioning of the National Skills Authority in relation to the National Skills Fund; amendments of SETA functions relating to quality assurance; establishment of the QCTO; legislating artisan development; and listing the NSF as a public entity.”
“We will also provide skills development support through the National Skills Fund (NSF) and Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) funding to SMMEs, NGOs and co-operatives.”
“Human resource development of the sector would be incomplete without the department's support to Energy and Water SETA, with my department providing financial support for the creation of the Water Chamber within the SETA.”
“It is a historic decision," said Ibrahim Kalin, director of SETA, an Ankara-based think-tank.”
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