Sector Skills Plan
The primary function of the Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) is to contribute to the enhancing of skills, and to bring skills to the employed or those aspiring to be employed in the sector. Each SETA must develop a Sector Skills Plan (SSP) within the framework of the National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS).
In the preceding versions of the SSP’s, TETA was in the early stages of development and little to no data had been collected on the Transport sector. This edition of the SSP will be supported by concrete data collected over the past six months and represents a further step by TETA in contributing to the NSDS.
TETA has accomplished significant milestones in launching initiatives that are appropriate and relevant to the sector’s needs, the SETA’s Business plan and the Service Level Agreement (SLA) with the Department of Labour (DoL).
As should be clear from this document, the TETA is committed to serving learners, employers and employees within the sector to the best of its ability. It is working with stakeholders in the TETA sector toward its vision of becoming the premier authority in the facilitation of education and training in South Africa.