TETA Skills Development and Learning programmes
Skills Development and Learning
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The Skills Development and Learning Programmes Unit is
responsible for the development, implementation, alignment
to the Sector Skills Plan and maintenance of TETA Strategic and
Annual Performance Plans.
SD & LP planning is informed by the SSP and Workplace Skills
Plans (WSPs). The WSPs provide a growth strategy, profile and
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aggregate skill plans of the Transport sector.
The unit is also responsible for the development,
implementation and maintenance of training programmes and
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THE HEART OF SKILLS
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021 531 3064 – Western Cape
031 301 9614 – Kwa-Zulu Natal
Higher Education and Training
REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA
The Transport Education and
Training Authority (TETA)
TETA is tasked with the responsibility of education, training and
skills development in the Transport Sector. Taking cognisance
of the pivotal role transport plays in the economic and social
development of the country as a whole and the changes that
are happening globally, TETA has consciously positioned itself
Through direct intervention and coordination,
each Business Unit focuses on the needs of
the constituent sub sector with regards to levy
disbursement for mandatory and discretionary
grants, skills development interventions,
stakeholder management, programme
monitoring and all other attendant activities.
Monitoring and Evaluation
Programmes Monitoring and Evaluation at TETA has adopted the
as the vanguard of innovation in human resource development.
Monitoring & Evaluation framework that is consistent with the
Government Wide Monitoring & Evaluation Policy Framework and
TETA has appropriately envisioned itself to be at the heart
of skills innovation in the Transport Sector. This vision calls
upon TETA to focus itself on global cutting-edge methods and
The aim of the TETA M&E framework is to establish a unified,
technologies in human resource development.
coherent and integrated framework for monitoring and evaluation of
performance and service delivery within the organisation. The primary
Pursuant to this TETA will continue to benchmark its
focus is on the performance and impact of TETA and its stakeholders on
programmes against the international best practice alongside
all programmes and interventions.
its partners, universities, TVET colleges, private providers and
all other relevant institutions.
Research and Knowledge
Transport Sector Segmentation
The Research and Knowledge unit was established to collect and
consolidate labour market information that will provide input for the
development and continual maintenance of the Transport Sector Skills
The Transport Sector is vast in its scope and comprises diverse
sub sectors. TETA has, in the main, aligned its Business Units
according to these sub sectors.
TETA Business Units service the following sub sectors:
Aerospace, Freight Handling, Forwarding and Clearing,
Maritime, Road Freight, Road Passenger, Rail and Taxi.
In pursuit of TETA mandate, Research and Knowledge unit has
Being at the forefront of the Transport Sector skills needs, TETA plays
developed appropriate strategies, among which are the following:
a pivotal role in qualification development, research and quality
Establishing baseline benchmarks;
Established a Research Agenda;
Identified strategies for strengthening TETA skilling programmes;
Education and Training Quality
TETA is one of the SETAs that are Development Quality Partners (DQP)
as well as the Quality assurance Partner (QAP) of the Quality Council
for Trades and Occupations (QCTO).
The ETQA unit is responsible for qualification development and quality
assurance in line with the South African Quality Assurance (SAQA)
and QCTO criteria. The unit guarantees the quality of skills delivery,
evaluation and monitoring of training activities within the Transport
Sector to promote and maintain excellent service to all.
Identified needs and gaps on Skills Development issues;
Contributes to the establishment of a functional Management
Information System (MIS)