The HWSETA hereby informs you that the date for the 18 October 2018 EISA is postponed to 15 November 2018. In the interim, SDP’s, RTC’s and accredited assessment centres are urged to submit File 1 and 2 directly to the QCTO, to jansevanrensburg.A@qcto.org.za not later than 10 August 2018 and receive confirmation. No late submission will be accepted which means learners will write in the following EISA.
The SDP’s, RTC’s and accredited assessment centres should note the following:
Please click here to view official postponement notice: Postponement October 2018 EISA
An HWSETA helpdesk portal has been introduced to provide the best service delivery possible to all our relevant stakeholders.
The previous method of sending emails to firstname.lastname@example.org will no longer be used and has been replaced.
To ensure an excellent stakeholder service experience, it is essential that you supply the required information as detailed below when logging in a ticket for assistance.
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QCTO Certification Policy 2018. Download document here
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Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande has welcomed the 2015/16 report by the Auditor General which highlights the significant positive contribution of the Sector Education and Training Authorities to the year’s overall improved performance at national government level.
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Ntabankulu, Eastern Cape, 26 May 2016: The link between animal and human health, combined with the need for rural communities to be capacitated in improved animal health has seen the Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority (HWSETA) commit funding to a variety of animal health projects and programmes over the last 18 months.
Johannesburg, 5 March 2016: Unless South Africa ramps up its annual training of artisans to 30 000 a year by 2030, the country’s requirement for artisans in the construction, engineering and other relevant sectors will not be met and the impact will be felt in the sustainability of these industries and very importantly, economic growth. The decline in the training of artisans started in the mid-1980s and by 2013 was identified as an urgent priority for the country.
Onderstepoort, 28 January 2016: The marked growth in South Africa’s human and animal populations within an environment characterised by climate change, emerging pathogens and toxic releases has resulted in increased health risks for humans and animals alike. To address this, the perspective on public health should be expanded beyond a single species to detect and manage emerging public health threats.
The HWSETA is one of seven SETAs awarded a clean audit for the 2014 – 2015 financial year. This is the second consecutive year that the HWSETA has received recognition for its achievements in terms of corporate governance, risk management, consistent application of internal control, knowledge of the application of legislation and Generally Recognised Accounting Practice (GRAP)/International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), leadership oversight, as well as staff dedicated and committed to clean reporting.
Pretoria, 20 August 2015: The Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority (HWSETA) has joined forces with Tshwane North TVET College (TNC) to train 100 young unemployed learners as artisans. The launch function, held on 20 August 2015 in Pretoria, was attended by the Honourable Mr Mduduzi Manana, Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training.
At a function held in Tsolo, Eastern Cape, on 25 May 2015 the Health and Welfare Sector Education Training Authority (HWSETA) awarded 50 learners with full bursaries to obtain a Diploma in Animal Health from the Tsolo Agricultural and Rural Development Institute (TARDI).