May 25, 2020
HWSETA funds COVID-19 in the Workplace E-learning Short Course Programme in partnership with the Foundation for Development Programme (FDP)
Last modified: May 25, 2020
Miss Wendy Tembe I have been sending you emails countless times with no success. Last week you said the SETA WIL stipend payment for Radiography students at CUT was prepared and sent to the SETA finance division and you will make a follow up regarding the status of the payment. Has it been sent to the university yet? What is happening? Please respond. Thank you
Kindly follow up with CUT.
Trying to send an email to the listed email addresses in Western Cape. All the emails returned undeliverable.
Kindly specify the Officials you are trying to reach and the purpose and we will advise.
Trust you will find this note in order.
I am Nontlahla Gulwa working as registered nurse would like to study short courses to add more knowledge and skill.I would like to know which steps must i follow to be funded financially.
Kindly note that HWSETA does not fund individual directly but HWSETA advertise funding to HWSETA registered Employers i.e. Department of Health. Should you want to be funded for a programme, kindly check with them when do they advertise for funded opportunities. HWSETA advertised this year in July.
Hellow I want to learn from you guys Im at Durban
Kindly note that HWSETA does not training people directly. HWSETA advertise funding to HWSETA registered Employers and once they are approved for funding they advertise to recruit learners.
Kindly be on a look out when Employers advertise. HWSETA Employers are the department of health and Social Development as well as NGO’s and NPO’s registered with HWSETA as Employers.
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