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Title: Skills Development: Engaging The Process


1
Skills DevelopmentEngaging The Process
  • Mr. William M. Chuene
  • THETA Skills Learnership Manager
  • ICC - Tourism Indaba 2007

2
Layout of Presentation
  • Globalisation Human capital development
  • The THETA Universe unpacked
  • Skills Development levy Flow
  • Skills Development Levy Participation landscape
  • Update on THETA Initiatives
  • Pledge

3
Globalisation Human Capital Development
  • The effect of globalisation
  • Global competition
  • Technological advancement
  • Human capital development
  • Non-mechanistic relationship between profit and
    human capital development
  • Standards and frameworks supporting global
    competition

4
Summary of Estimated THETA Population Source GT
in 2000
5
Summary of Size of Enterprise per SIC code
Source THETA SMS
6
Skills Development Levy Flow
18 to assisttargeted groups
National Skills Fund
Enterprisespay 1of their total payroll.
SETAs
80 forgrants gt7050/20 and admin gt 10
SA Revenue Services
2 for admin
7
Skills Development Levy Flow
  • 20 National Skills Fund
  • Less 2 SARS (Admin fee)
  • 80 THETA (70 10)
  • 10 Administration
  • 70 Grants
  • 50 Mandatory Grants(50)
  • Workplace Skills Plan (WSP)
  • Annual Training Report (ATR)
  • 20 Discretionary Grants
  • Priorities
  • ABET
  • HIV/AIDS

8
Skills Development Levy Participation Landscape
9
Skills Development Levy Participation landscape
cont.
10
What if? looking through the crystal ball
  • What if all companies claimed their levy?
  • What if all companies trained in NQF?
  • What if relevant companies included their trade
    union representatives in skills planning?
  • What if Seta made it a requirement to claim for
    WSP or ATR as NQF aligned training?
  • What if THETA placed a standard as an entry
    requirement for all SDFs serving the Tourism,
    Hospitality Sport Sector?

11
THETA Update
  • 30th June 2007 closing date
  • Workplace Skills Plan (WSP)
  • Implementation Report (ATR)
  • Chamber Committees
  • Still to be convened, inquiries welcome at THETA
    stand
  • 2010 readiness projects (see slide)
  • National Tourism Sport Skills Conference
  • The research process is almost concluded with
    input feeding into the Sector Skills Plan
  • Task Teams are full steam with developments and
    feeding into the Forum
  • Your input is welcomed

12
Scarce and Critical Skills
  • Sector Skills Plan has identified (see list)
  • Research process is continuing to add to the list
  • Implementation is aligned to identified scarce
    and critical skills
  • Projects
  • Graduate Development Program
  • Foreign language training
  • Specialized Tour Operators
  • Sports Facility Managers
  • Sport Coaches
  • Learnerships

13
Scarce skills pointers
  • Indicators that skill in question is not
    available
  • Length of time to fill vacancies
  • Replacement demand
  • Wage differentials
  • Equity considerations
  • Skills development training

14
2010 Readiness Projects
  • The following are categories against which
    projects have been classified
  • Sport specific projects
  • Asgi-sa/event support projects
  • Travel/tourism enhancement projects
  • SMME development and support project
  • Learning infrastructure enhancement

15
THETA MASTER SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PLAN (MSDP)
SPORTS PROJECT
ASGISA SUPPORT PROJECTS
TREVEL TOURISM
GENERIC
SMME DEVELOPMENT
LEARNING INFRASTRUCTURE
16
PLEDGE
  • THETA invites Companies to participate in skills
    development activities
  • THETA reiterates its commitment to sector growth
    as per 19th 20th October National Tourism
    Sport Skills Conference Resolution
  • THETA remains open to suggestions on improvements
    within its mandate
  • THETA commits to keeping the Industry up to speed
    with developments related to skills development.
  • THETA commits to supporting industry Training
    Committees in implementing sustainable NQF
    training ventures in the workplace.

17
THANK YOU!Call Centre 0860 100 221e-mail
theta_at_theta.org.zawebsite www.theta.org.za
  • .

18
THETA LEARNERSHIPS
  • Mr. Muzi Mwandla
  • Chamber Coordinator Tourism Services
  • ICC - Tourism Indaba 2007

19
Layout of Presentation
  • Learnership division
  • Learnership application process
  • Assessment criteria
  • Current allocation
  • Planned Learnership grants
  • Tax rebates
  • Graduate Development Programme

20
Learnership division
  • Currently part of Skills Development and
    Learnership Department
  • Falls under the SD Learnership Manager
  • Chamber Coordinators facilitate Learnership
    coordination (Evaluation Allocation, Monitoring
    and Reporting)
  • Learnership administration is done by
    administration staff
  • ETQA responsible for Training Provider
    (Accreditation, Programme approval, Quality
    assurance and Certification)

21
Learnership application process
  • Theta Calls for the Expression of interest
  • Open and close application
  • In granting of Learnership THETA takes into
    Consideration the following
  • Scarce skills and demand
  • Provincial allocation
  • Rural v/s urban
  • Equity
  • Availability of funds

22
Assessment criteria
  • Accredited Training provider with full programme
    approval
  • Availability of suitable workplace
  • Implementation plan and Exit strategy

23
Current Provisional Allocation
24
Planned Learnership grants
  • Next Roll out planned for October 2007
  • To be implemented beginning of 2008

25
CURRENT TAX REBATES
  • For the employer hosting employed learners, 70
    of annual remuneration or R20 000,00 (previously
    R17 500) will be exempted on registration of an
    agreement
  •   For the employer hosting unemployed
    learners,70 of annual remuneration or R30 000,00
    (previously R25 000)
  • On completion- R30 000,00 for both (employed
    unemployed, previously R25 000)
  •  

26
Graduate development Programme
  • Unemployed graduates
  • 12/6 Months
  • R5000 incentive to employer per year
  • R2500 incentive to employer per half a year
  • R1500 per month stipend to the intern

27
Graduate development Programme
  • Experiential Learning
  • 12/6 Months
  • R1000 per month stipend to the intern
  • Grant payable to the employer
  • Requires meeting certain criteria and signing of
    an agreement THETA-EMPLOYER -INTERN

28
Graduates CVs Provincial Spread
29
Committed Workplaces Provincial Spread
30
Thank you
31
THETA - ETQA
  • Mr. EBRAHIM BOOMGARD
  • ETQA Manager
  • ICC Tourism Indaba

32
Layout of Presentation
  • Proposed new Quality Assurance System
  • Progress on legislative functions
  • Future Interventions
  • Questions and answers

33
Quality Committee for Trades Occupations
(QCTO)(Background in the next slide)
34
Background
  • Based on
  • Recommendations of Study team report (2002)
  • Comments to Ministerial Consultative Document
    (2003)
  • Emerging national and international trends
  • Responding to need for
  • Skills in the economy and social development
    sector
  • More responsive system
  • Codifying, developing and recognising practice

35
Revised policy on NQF implementation - based on
principle of recognising different forms of
learning
FORMS OF LEARNING
General occupationally relevant skills
Application of knowledge theory
Development of occupational skills
36
Principles Underlying Model for QA of
Occupational Qualifications
What we aim to achieve
Bridging the gaps between the worlds of education
and work
Ensuring learner competence
Ensuring quality learning, teaching and assessment
Protecting learners
Protecting the public
Coherent approach to occupational learning
37
  • NQF Review
  • Establishment of an occupational learning system
  • Project Management Structure

NQF Project Committee Chair Mr Sam
Morotoba Secretariat Adri Solomon
NQF Consultative Plenary (QLF and broader) Chair
Mr. Sam Morotoba Secretariat Sifiso Mkhonza /
Lettie Mbewe
NQF Task Team Chair Ms Liz Thobejane Secretariat
Adri Solomon / Lettie Mbewe
WG 1 Qualifications and curriculum
frameworks WG convenor Mr Shaafig
Fredericks Facilitator Mr Chris Vorwerk
Secretariat Osborne Taukobong
WG 2 Provision of Quality Assurance WG convenor
Mr Shaafig Fredericks Facilitator Ms Meg Pahad
Secretariat Sifiso Mkhonza
WG 3 Structures, processes, systems and
policies WG convenor Ms Liz Thobejane Facilitato
rs Ms Santa de Jager Ms Ellen Huester
Secretariat ??
WG 4 Systems reflection and legislation WG
convenor Mr Sam Morotoba Facilitator Mr Werner
Heitman Secretariat ??
38
CURRENTLY
  • The current system and related achievements

39
Legislation Overview
40
THETA Reporting Structures
41
Departmental Role
DoE / SAQA
Accreditation
ETQA
Programme Approval
ETD Development
Interseta Relationships
42
Theta ETQA Scope
  • Accredit providers
  • Monitor and audit providers
  • Register assessors moderators
  • Evaluate assessments and facilitate assessments
    across providers
  • Quality assure US and Qualifications
  • Take responsibility for certification of learners

43
Accredit Providers
  • Process
  • Phase A Intent
  • Phase B Application
  • Evaluation and Audit Turn Around Times
  • Accreditation Types and Duration
  • Monitoring and Auditing

44
Accredit Providers
45
Accredit Providers
  • 589 providers on THETA system, of which ???...
  • 57 accredited (provisional full)
  • 37 Registered Providers
  • 120 Phase A Intent
  • 89 Phase B Applications - reviewed
  • 286 Expired

46
Monitor and Audit Providers
  • Purpose
  • Quality of Provision
  • Learner Support
  • Methods
  • Desk top Reviews
  • Site Visits
  • Scope
  • QMS, provision, ETD staff, assessment
    moderation
  • Administrative systems, learner support
  • Learning Programme Implementation

47
Monitor and audit providers
  • 56 site visits for accreditation, monitoring and
    external verification, conducted during period
    August 2006 April 2007
  • 46 Capacity building visits, (OLG assistance)
  • Programmes evaluated, of which
  • 195 new submissions, 53 not auditable
  • 119 approvals
  • 65 additional information submissions
  • 12 in process of review
  • NO outstanding evaluations
  • Improved turn around times

48
Register assessors and moderators
  • Process
  • Application Form CV
  • Register
  • Link / partner with providers
  • Competence Requirements

49
Register assessors and moderators
  • 1439 assessors (total)
  • 203 new assessors registered
  • 256 qualified assessors re-registered
  • 3726 historical assessors de-registered
  • 201 moderators (total)
  • 4097 historical moderators de-registered
  • 65 moderators registered in period
  • Interventions
  • THETA Provider Capacity Building Project trained
    172 new assessors of whom 117 were competent
  • and 132 moderators results awaited
  • Assessor and Moderator Training interventions
    scheduled for 2007.

50
Evaluate assessments,facilitate moderations
  • TLP 8500 learners
  • Intac 6000 learners
  • RPL providers 1500 learners
  • Current learnership monitoring 1000
  • Providers requesting certificates

51
Quality assure unit standards and qualifications
  • 44 qualifications in scope
  • 57 skills programmes registered
  • 26 learnerships registered
  • SGB Project
  • Scoping (25) and review(40)
  • Quality and suitability
  • Delay in registration

52
Certification of learners
  • 8467 certificates printed in period under review
  • 25 356 certificates printed to date.
  • 8723 full qualifications
  • 16 633 skills programmes
  • Historical Certificates ?

53
THANK YOU
  • In golf, as in life, it is the follow through
    that makes the difference.

54
STANDARD SETTING AND QUALIFICATIONS GENERATING
Review and Development 2005 to 2007Mrs.
Vanessa Verster THETA SGB Co-coordinatorICC
Tourism Indaba 2007
55
CURRENT STATUS
  • QUALIFICATIONS REGISTERED
  • HOSPITALITY - 10
  • GAMING - 4
  • GUIDING - 2
  • NATURE CONSERVATION - 9
  • SPORT, RECREATION AND FITNESS - 5
  • TRAVEL, TOURISM AND EVENTS - 12
  • TOTAL 42
  • UNIT STANDARDS REGISTERED
  • 510 UNIT STANDARDS

56
Present Qualifications Framework
  • Consists of 42 qualifications and 56 Skills
    Programmes
  • Review resulting in 54 qualifications with
    aligned Skills Programmes being scoped at
    present.
  • Addresses areas of weakness, gaps and neglected
    stakeholder groupings as well as provider
    feedback on implementation

57
SGB ESTABLISHMENT
  • Underpinned by SAQA Act and NSB regulations which
    governs -
  • The establishment, recognition, operation and
    activities of standards generating bodies (SGBs)
    are governed by the NSB Regulations and takes
    place within the framework of SAQA accepted sub
    fields.
  • Establishment versus recognition
  • Establishment NSB initiates formation
  • Recognition from within the operational field
    via an application towards recognition.

58
RECOGNITION PROCESS FOLLOWED
  • Call for nominations
  • Meeting of criteria for composition
  • Max of 25 members
  • Representativeness is gauged against the
    composition of the SGB in terms of race, gender
    and stakeholder representation.
  • SGBs are made up of representatives from
    government, business, labour, education and
    training providers, critical interest groups and
    the community.

59
EXISTING SGB STRUCTURES
  • NATURE CONSERVATION SGB
  • HOSPITALITY AND GAMING SGB
  • TRAVEL TOURISM AND EVENTS SGB
  • TOURISM ADVENTURE AND GUIDING SGB
  • SPORT, RECREATION AND FITNESS SGB

60
APPROACH
  • SGBs SAQA sub-structures (NSB Regulations)
  • SGBs autonomous
  • THETA funding organisation
  • Coordination thus closely associated with
    financial, operational and output management from
    a project perspective.

61
PRINCIPLES OF STANDARD SETTING
  • Relevant and justifiable
  • Quality (Complies SAQA criteria and guidelines)
  • Consultative approach
  • Transferable and portable
  • Minimum duplication
  • Impact and market relation (Cost, time, impact,
    changes)

62
CURRENT PROGRESS
  • New and existing qualifications with relevant
    standards reviewed / developed for each of the
    five SGBs
  • A total of 54 qualifications resultant from two
    years of standard setting and qualifications
    generating via the five SGBs funded by THETA

63
NATURE CONSERVATION
  • FETC Professional Hunting NQF 4
  • National Certificate Natural Resources
    Management Terrestrial NQF 5
  • National Certificate Conservation Guardianship
    NQF 2
  • FETC Conservation Fisheries Compliance NQF 4
  • National Certificate Conservation Fisheries
    Compliance NQF 5
  • FETC Conservation Natural resource Guardianship
    NQF 4

64
TOURISM ADVENTURE GUIDING
  • National Certificate Tourism and Adventure
    Guiding NQF 2
  • FETC Nature Guiding NQF 4
  • FETC Culture Guiding NQF 4
  • National Certificate Adventure Based
    Experiential Learning NQF 3
  • FETC Adventure Based Experiential Learning NQF 4
  • National Certificate Guiding NQF 5
  • National Certificate Culture and Nature Guiding
    NQF 3
  • FETC Leisure and Adventure Guiding NQF 4
  • National Certificate Leisure and Adventure
    Guiding NQF 5
  • National Diploma Leisure and Adventure Guiding
    NQF 5
  • National Certificate Adventure Based
    Experiential Learning NQF 5
  • National Diploma Adventure Based Experiential
    Learning NQF 5
  • National Certificate Mountaineering NQF 3

65
TRAVEL, TOURISM AND EVENTS
  • FETC General Tourism NQF 4
  • National Certificate Travel Services NQF 5
  • National Diploma Travel Services NQF 5
  • National Certificate Responsible Tourism
    Development NQF 5
  • National Diploma Responsible Tourism Development
    NQF 5
  • National Certificate Events Coordination NQF 5
  • National Certificate Events Support NQF 4
  • National Diploma Events Coordination NQF 5
  • National Diploma Events Management NQF 6

66
SPORT, RECREATION AND FITNESS
  • FETC Fitness NQF 4
  • National Certificate Fitness NQF 5
  • National Diploma Fitness NQF 5
  • National Certificate Coaching Science NQF 5
  • National Diploma Coaching Science NQF 5
  • FETC Sport Administration NQF 4
  • National Certificate Sport and Fitness
    Administration NQF 5
  • National Diploma Sport and Fitness Management
    NQF 5
  • FETC Technical Officiating NQF 4
  • FETC Life Guarding NQF 4
  • FETC Recreation NQF 4
  • National Certificate Recreation NQF 5

67
HOSPITALITY AND GAMING
  • National Certificate Gaming Surveillance NQF 3
  • National Certificate Gaming Dealing NQF 3
  • National Certificate Gaming Cashiering NQF 3
  • National Certificate Gaming Slots NQF 3
  • FETC Gaming Operations NQF 4
  • FETC (Horse Racing) Tote Supervisor NQF 4
  • National Certificate Gaming Regulation NQF 5

68
Hospitality And Gaming
  • National certificate hospitality operations
    services NQF 2
  • National certificate hospitality services
    operations NQF 5
  • National diploma hospitality services operations
    NQF 5
  • National certificate accommodation services NQF
    3
  • National certificate food preparation services
    nqf 2
  • National certificate food and beverage customer
    services NQF 3
  • National certificate food preparation services
    NQF 3
  • FETC food and beverage services NQF 4
  • FETC professional cookery NQF 4
  • National certificate professional cookery NQF 3

69
THANK YOUOur People Skilled for a sustainable
futurewww.theta.org.za(011) 803-6010
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