Bridging the Skills Gap
The Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority (HWSETA) welcomes you as its valued stakeholder.
The HWSETA is one of twenty-one statutory bodies established within the legislative framework of the Skills Development Act, 1998 and has been established to facilitate skills development in the health and social development sectors to ensure that the skills needs are identified and addressed through a number of initiatives by the SETA and the sector.
Madiba is a man whose life inspired people to do more, be better, care for the less fortunate, fight for what was right and to forgive. Madiba’s passing is a great loss to South Africa and the rest of the world. He will be remembered for many things but more than anything else, the way in which he was able to inspire those around him.
One of his most profound and memorable quotes was “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”. The HWSETA believes that the role it plays in educating young South Africans is one of the ways it can ensure that the legacy of this great man is able to live on.
“Tata, we will miss you, but it is time to say goodbye and may your soul rest in peace”.
No Gift Policy
Staff members at the HWSETA are not permitted to accept gifts from stakeholders or any other individual who has interest in conducting business with the HWSETA. Click here to download the policy