What is the function of the SETA?
The Sector Education and Training Authorities of South Africa (SETA's) are responsible for, amongst other things, to facilitate the provision of Work experience through Work Integrated Learning to Graduates and Students. They allocate Grant Funds to Employers, Universities and TVET Colleges for the payment of monthly stipends to the Learners.
The SETA funds are targeted at Graduates and Students from designated fields of study.
SETAs are responsible for monitoring the quality of the education and training of the Learners at the work place, the attendance of Learners and the audit trail of the stipend payments to Learners.
What is the Role of a Lead Employer?
Lead employers are generally Universities, TVET Colleges, Training Institutions and Corporate Companies.
To identity the designated groups of Graduates and Learners from the specific disciplines as identified by the relevant SETA's
What is the Role of a Host Employer?
Employers who are participate with Lead Employers to host Students and Graduates to gain their Work Experience are referred to as the Host Employers.
The functions of the Host Employers include, inter alia:
Assigning suitably qualified and experienced Supervisor/s to orientate and provide guidance to the Learners and Graduates in training
Monitoring and validation of the attendance of Learners at the workplace
Monitoring and assessing the Learner’s performance
Providing feedback to the Lead Employers and SETA's
SETA Grant Management System make it Easy
Lead Employer Manager
Lead Employer Manager can perform the following functions online:
Create Salary Manager
The Salary Manager is responsible for following work:
View Form Management
View Grant Management
The Supervisor is responsible for following work:
Students can perform the following functions online:
Punch In and Punch Out
Download and Upload Attendance Document
Access Form Management
Add Bank Detail
View Stipend List