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CATHSSETA presentation to WCHI HR Forum Skills Committee - June 2012 CATHSSETA presentation to WCHI HR Forum Skills Committee - June 2012 Presentation Transcript

  • HospitalityTourism, Travel. Arts, Culture Events & Heritage 6 Chambers Strategies/ CommitteesSport, Recre ation & Conservation Fitness Gaming & Lotteries 7/3/2012 3
  • Sector Representation Representation per Chamber Committee HC TTC SRF CC GLC ACH TotalEmployer Organisations 3 3 3 3 3 18 3Employee Organisations 3 3 3 3 3 18 3Relevant Large & Small Employer 2 2 2 2 2 2 12NGO, CBO Representative 1 1 1 1 1 1 6CATHSSETA AA - Chair 1 1 1 1 1 1 6Relevant government departments 1 1 1 1 1 1 6Relevant govt departments-province 1 1 1 1 1 1 6CATHSSETA Chamber Manager 1 1 1 1 1 1 6Total 13 13 13 13 13 78 13 7/3/2012 4
  • Name Surname Organisation RepresentationClive Van Oudtshoorn Radisson Blue Relevant Expertise (Small Employer)Karen Borain Southern Sun Relevant Expertise (Large Employer)Donovan Hugh Muirhead NAA-SA Employer OrganisationLeela Reddy HIAWU Employer OrganisationMothepane Sesele NDT National GovernmentDoreen Februarie Grail Centre NGO TrustSitwell Solakhe Mkhwanazi DEDT KZN Provincial Government 7/3/2012 5
  • WSP/ATR Goal 5 Programme 8 GrantsSDFs Payments Monitoring and Evaluation 7/3/2012 6
  • 18% to assist National targeted groups Skills Fund (R18m)Enterprises 70% for pay 1% grants and CATHSSETA of their 10% for admintotal payroll (R70m & R10m)e.g. R100m 2% for admin SARS (R2m) 03/07/2012
  • Total Revenue : R247,728m (100%)Mandatory Grants : R91,528m (50%)Discretionary Grant : R127,921m (20%)Admin Expenses : R28,278m (10%) 7/3/2012 8
  • SECTOR SUMMARY –(Projects under Revision) CATHSSETA PROJECTS 2011 – 2013 - Sector Allocation SummaryNo Number of Projects Projects Target Budget1 24 Tourism and Travel Services 4886 R 23,601,0312 30 Hospitality 13047 R 99,964,1533 17 Conservation 1562 R 18,390,3414 45 Arts and Culture 2268 R 29,747,0125 23 Sport, Recreation and Fitness 2677 R 23,753,2916 14 Gaming and Lotteries 2433 R 20,512,165 153 TOTAL 26873 R 215,967,994
  • PROVINCIAL SUMMARY –(Projects under Revision) CATHSSETA PROJECTS 2011 – 2013 - Provincial Allocation SummaryNo Number of Projects Projects Target Budget1 38 Gauteng 6245 R 50,985,9442 32 Western Cape 4016 R 39,969,2833 37 KwaZulu-Natal 4084 R 34,846,4034 21 Eastern Cape 2359 R 16,874,9995 18 Northern Cape 1817 R 11,508,9766 18 Limpopo 2111 R 13,638,9667 20 Free State 1826 R 13,362,4848 20 North West 1972 R 14,057,7519 20 Mpumalanga 2136 R 17,225,155 224 TOTAL 26566 R 212,469,959
  • CATHSSETA PROJECTS 2011 – 2013 IN THE HOSPITALITY SECTOR Prog No: Projects Target Budget1 1 Research and Sector Skills Plan Y R 1,000,000 ALL2 2 Learnerships 45 R 1,938,667 EC3 2 Learnerships – (Disabled - Discretionary ) 20 R 880,815 GP4 2 Chefs Programme 97 R 2,000,000 GP, WC,KZN5 4 Learnerships – Housekeepers 20 R 807,000 WC6 5 Events Management Bursary Programme 36 R 2,833,200 ALL7 2 Customer Service Development Programme 210 R 1,410,448 ALL GP, KZN, EC, LP,8 2 Southern Sun Leadership Development Programme 30 R 600,000 NW9 5 FET Internships 221 R 1,100,000 WC10 5 FET Unemployed Bursaries 105 R 1,445,266 KZN11 5 Unemployed Mentorship 25 R 500,000 KZN12 5 Bucks Bub Trading GDP 10 R 300,00013 6 Bursaries & Innovations 5 R 500,000 GP, WC 11
  • 14 7,8,9 Review of N-Courses and NCV Qualifications 0 R 1,628,865 ALL15 9 RPL Project 100 R 1,035,079 ALL16 10 Cacadu & Amathole Youth 30 R 132,000 EC17 10 ABET Project Radisson Blu 70 R 370,000 GP18 10 ABET Project Peermont 100 R 712,000 GP .KZN ,FS, NW19 10 ABET Project Riviera on the Vaal 50 R 248,000 GP20 10 ABET Facilitator Project 20 R 1,331,440 GP21 11 Mandatory Grants 8190 R 66,736,437 ALL22 12 Enterprise Development Programme 14 R 237,111 NW, MP GP,WC,KZN,NW,23 12 Cooperatives Support Programme 26 R 237,111 NO24 14 National Accomodation Association-SA 50 R 200,000 GP,KZN,LP GP,KZN,EC,NW,M25 13 SMME Leaders in Business Management 36 R 790,373 P GP,NW,KZN,LP,N26 13 SMME Operations Management Project 36 R 790,373 W,MP 12
  • Reporting Standards, Proce ssesCompliance & Control QMR Validation Checks Evidence 7/3/2012 13
  • Research SPDR TransformaPartnership Department tion FET Colleges 7/3/2012 14
  • Age Geography Class EquityDisability Impact HIV/Aids Gender Race 7/3/2012 15
  • DevelopmentNo &Transformation Target Description Allocation imperatives Age Youth – less than 35years old 60%12 Disability All forms of disabilities 1%3 Gender Female 54%4 Race Black 84% Every training programme to include5 HIV/AIDS HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention 100% component6 Geography Rural and Informal settlements 55% Income – Less than R60k per annum7 Class 55% (as per SARS) 7/3/2012 16
  • Research Skills Partnership Accord Trainingfor Decent Cathsseta Value Chain Work Training for SMME employment Strategy Placement and Tracking 7/3/2012 17
  •  Government Department ◦ National ◦ Provincial Public Entities Employers – Levy Payers Training Institutions – Universities & FET 7/3/2012 18
  • Research InterventionsSector Skills Reporting Plans National & Provincial Cathsseta/ Programme & Departmental Projects Strategies 7/3/2012 19
  • Research ActivitiesEmployers StrategiesDatabase Public Entities Implementing agencies FET Programs &Partnership Projects Reporting 7/3/2012 20
  • Research InterventionsMandatory Grants Discretionary Grants(PIVOTAL) Employers Levy Payers Workplace Projects 7/3/2012 21
  • Research & InnovationsEmployers CurriculumDatabase Development FET Colleges, Universities and Private Training Providers Experiential FET Learning, LePartnership arner database Bursaries 7/3/2012 22
  • Chambers and the Accounting Authority Accounting Authority Executive CEO Committee Skills Executive Manager Planning Committee Sport, Gaming & Chamber Tourism Conservation Arts, CulHospitality Recreation Lotteries Manager & Travel ture & fitness Heritage
  • Executive Manager : SDPR SDPR Administrator Chamber Manager Arts, Chamber Manger: Chamber Manager: Research & SSP Manager Levies and Grants Performance Information Culture, Heritage and Sport, Recreation &Tourism and Hospitality Coordinator coordinator Conservation Fitness Chamber coordinator: Chamber coordinator: Chamber coordinator: Tourism, Travel and Sport , Recreation & Research Analyst Arts, Culture & Heritage Events Fitness Chamber Coordinator: Chamber Coordinator: Research Coordinator Hospitality Conservation Chamber coordinator: Gaming & Lotteries
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  • • Unemployed, and3 000000 out of school • Learners800 000 • Sector Employment400 000 • Committee Members 78 • Employees 12 7/3/2012 26
  • • 80% - WSP and ATR Claims Large Firms • Target for Employees in Learning Programmes • 60% - WSP and ATR ClaimsMedium Firms • Target for Employees in Learning Programmes • 40% - WSP and ATR Claims Small Firms • Target for Employees in Learning ProgrammesNon Levy Paying • NLPEs supported through Discretionary GrantsFirms – (SMMEs) 7/3/2012 27
  • Post • International Linkages D Doctoral • Engender Innovation • Increase Research Masters Capacity Honours • Build Academic ProfessionUndergraduate • Equity Profile 7/3/2012 28
  • Sandhurst office Park, 3rd Floor, Block E C/r Katherine & Rivonia Roads Sandton P O Box 1329 Rivonia 2128 ( 011 217 0600  086 505 3383" www.cathsseta.org.za