The Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority

Are you training your Employees in the Health or Social Development Sectors?

January 10, 2020

Employers registered with the HWSETA, that wish to apply for mandatory grant funding and/or discretionary grant funding are required to submit a Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) and Annual Training Report (ATR) by 30 April 2020.

To assist stakeholders with understanding this process, the HWSETA will be hosting a series of provincial workshops during January and February 2017. This will guide Skills Development Facilitators (SDFs) through the WSP and ATR processes to ensure compliance with our requirements for submission. The HWSETA has implemented a new online system for the WSP-ATR submission and attendees at the workshops will be trained on the online system.

Visit the Events tab on the website to RSVP for a workshop closest to you.  No walk-ins will be permitted on the day.

Last modified: January 10, 2020

2 Responses to " Are you training your Employees in the Health or Social Development Sectors? "

  1. Celiwe says:

    I like to register wsp

    • Wendy Tembe says:

      Dear Celiwe
      Thank you for the enquiry above. Kindly clarify your request especially the first one. Please be informed that The WSP can only be submitted by the Skills Development Facilitator, appointed by the Organisation.i.e Employer and registered to HWSETA ONLINE and approved by HWSETA. The registration is done online and once the SDF is registered, you may request the login details on the HWSETA Website under HWSETA STAKEHOLDER PORTAL, HELPDESK, REGISTER and create a password and please keep the ticket number for follow-up purposes. After obtaining the Login details you can access the application on the website under HWSETA PORTAL and APPLICATION PORTAL.
      Should you need further clarity, please do not hesitate to contact us.

      Thank you
      Regards
      Wendy

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