SKILLS DEVELOPMENT FACILITATOR
A person who analyses the skills requirements within an organisation and coordinates the execution of the personal development plans of employees, monitors the implementation of the workplace skills plan and reports accordingly.
SDF Support allows for specialist plans for Workplace Skills and detailed Annual Training Reports. In order to claim mandatory funding (20% of the 1% paid to SARS) from the Sector Education Training Authority (SETA) a company must submit a Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) together with an Annual Training Report (ATR). Incorporated with these documents are the proof of expenditure in terms of training that has been outsourced or training that has been conducted in-house.
By using the experience of one of our specialist Skills Development Facilitators (SDF), Afri Training Institute can assist in compiling a WSP in order to maximise the amount an employer can claim from the relevant SETA – synopsis below -
- Compiling the Workplace Skills Plan (WSP), Annual Training Report (ATR); Pivotal Plan and Report for submission to the relevant SETA (Sector Education and Training Authority);
- Assist in the selection of suitable training courses and providers;
- Skills audits;
- Aligning skills development activities with B-BBEE (Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment) requirements;
- Establishing Skills Development Committees and facilitating the meetings of the Committee;
- Appointing Skills Development Facilitators (SDF’s) and registering SDF’s with the relevant SETA;
- SETA transfers;
- Claiming SDL (discretionary and mandatory grants).
- Learnership advice and assistance;
- Assistance and advice on how to make the most of the Skills Development Act within business and national objective
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