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Calling on Public Comment: QCTO Occupational Qualifications Re-alignment- OFO Code: 333101- Clearing and Forwarding Agent


In accordance with the QCTO process for occupational qualifications development, various public verification processes need to be observed.

This is the first in the verification steps where we request you to review the Occupational Profiles that have been developed by the various Communities of Expert Practitioners (CEPs) that have been constituted for the respective occupations.

The Occupational Profile represents a statement that forms the unit of analysis for the development of the occupational curriculum components for the specific occupational qualification.

The accompanying document shares insight into the process and provide clear instructions. Your engagement and review comments will be highly appreciated.

Kindly forward to all relevant SME’s in your organization so that we can have a wider and constructive participation.

Kindly click here for the public comment document.

Please send all inputs or comments to Phindy Kunene at PhindyK@teta.org.za on or before 5 March 2018.


Calling on Public Comment: QCTO Occupational Qualifications Re-alignment- OFO Code: 671301- Railway Traction Line Worker


In accordance with the QCTO process for occupational qualifications development, various public verification processes need to be observed.

This is the first in the verification steps where we request you to review the Occupational Profiles that have been developed by the various Communities of Expert Practitioners (CEPs) that have been constituted for the respective occupations.

The Occupational Profile represents a statement that forms the unit of analysis for the development of the occupational curriculum components for the specific occupational qualification.

The accompanying document shares insight into the process and provide clear instructions. Your engagement and review comments will be highly appreciated.

Kindly forward to all relevant SME’s in your organization so that we can have a wider and constructive participation.

Kindly Click here for the public comment document.

Please send all inputs or comments to Phindy Kunene at PhindyK@teta.org.za on or before 5 March 2018.


Calling on Public Comment: QCTO Occupational Qualifications Re-alignment- OFO Code: 734212- Railway Track Master


In accordance with the QCTO process for occupational qualifications development, various public verification processes need to be observed.

This is the first in the verification steps where we request you to review the Occupational Profiles that have been developed by the various Communities of Expert Practitioners (CEPs) that have been constituted for the respective occupations.

The Occupational Profile represents a statement that forms the unit of analysis for the development of the occupational curriculum components for the specific occupational qualification.

The accompanying document shares insight into the process and provide clear instructions. Your engagement and review comments will be highly appreciated.

Kindly forward to all relevant SME’s in your organization so that we can have a wider and constructive participation.

Kindly click here for the public comment document.

Please send all inputs or comments to Phindy Kunene at PhindyK@teta.org.za on or before 5 March 2018.


TETA is taking EmpowaWomen Leadership Summit to four provinces


The Transport Education Training Authority (TETA) is launching Empowawomen Leadership Summit in four provinces in partnership with Empowaworx. The first summit will take place on 10 August 2017.

The expected guest speakers across all four summits include Hon Ms Susan Shabangu (Minister of Women in the Presidency), Mrs Maphefo Anno-Frempong (CEO of Transport Education and Training Authority) and Hon Ms Sindisiwe Chikunga (Deputy Minister of Transport) as well as motivational speakers Billy Selekane and Anthony Maurice.

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Call for Nominations: National Skills Development Awards 2016


The National Skills Authority (NSA) and the Minister of Higher Education and Training (DHET), Dr. Blade Nzimande will host National Skills Conference and Awards 2016 scheduled to take place on the 27th October 2016. Stakeholder, the criteria and application forms are attached for you to apply. For further enquires please contact Ms. Penelope Dlamini on: (012) 312 5329 or email dlamini.P@dhet.gov.za.

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