Legislation

Legislation

Skills Development Act, 1998

Skills Development Grant Regulations

National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS III)

SETA Grant Regulations

Skills Development Act, Amended 2008

Public Finance Management Act, 1999

Learnership Regulations

Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2000

Skills Development Levies Act, 1999

Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000

Treasury Regulations

Banking Sector Education and Training Authority Constitution

BANKSETA is committed to principles and practices that provide stakeholders with the assurance that the organisation is managed soundly and ethically. Its business and reporting practices are therefore in line with the Code of Corporate Practices and Conduct, as set out in the King III Report, the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) (Act No 1 of 1999) and the Skills Development Levies Act (Act No 9 of 1999).

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National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS III)

NSDS III seeks to encourage and actively support the integration of workplace training with theoretical learning, and to facilitate the journey individuals make from school, college or university, or even from periods of unemployment, to sustained employment and in-work progression. Emphasis is placed on training to enable trainees to enter the formal workforce or create a livelihood for themselves.

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PROATIA MANUALS IN 3 LANGUAGES

CONTACT US

BANKSETA contact personRegionEmail address
Charmaine JanischGauteng (Head Office)Charmainej@bankseta.org.za
Elaine ThomsonGauteng (Head Office)ElaineT@bankseta.org.za
Mwelase NdabulaGauteng (Head Office)mwelasen@bankseta.org.za
Nyeko MayimelaGauteng (Head Office)NyekoM@bankseta.org.za