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Placement / readiness assessments (literacy and numeracy) for learnerships and skills programmes are run as a matter of course, as these have become a requirement of many Setas.


  • Management (Supervisor Development) NQF 3 (Serviceseta)
  • Management (Stores and Warehousing) NQF 3 (Merseta)
    – awaiting programme approval
  • Wholesale and Retail Distribution NQF 2 (WRSeta)
  • Freight Handling NQF 3 (TETA)
  • Professional Driving NQF 3 (TETA)
  • Food and Beverage Handling Processes NQF 1 (Foodbev)
  • Food and Beverage Packaging Operations NQF 3 (Foodbev)
  • Bread and Flour Confectionery Baking NQF 2 (Foodbev)
  • Plant Baking NQF 3 Bread only – (Foodbev) awaiting extension of scope
  • Fresh Meat Processing NQF 3 (Foodbev)
  • Meat Processing NQF 3 (Foodbev)

Skills Programmes

  • Good supervisory practices
  • Good storage and distribution practices
    (dry goods and temperature controlled products)
  • Stock control
  • Dispatch
  • Receiving
  • Freight handling
  • Food safety and hygiene practices
  • Good manufacturing practices
  • HACCP for Supervisors and Managers
  • Quality management in a food processing environment
  • Hygiene and safety in a food and beverage processing environment
  • Bread and flour confectionery baking
  • Chicken processing
  • Breaking and de-boning of meat carcasses
  • And more, customized to operating environment

*Skills programmes and individual unit standards can be presented without credits, meaning that assessment will not be as extensive as when assessing for credits.

Other courses and services

Non-credit bearing programmes

  • Finance for Non-Financial Managers
  • Emotional Intelligence in Management and Leadership

Specialised services

  • Procedure writing
  • Writing of workplace operating training manuals
  • Assistance with Seta accreditation
  • Customised course development
  • Selling of pre-developed course material

Seta funding, SARS incentives, and BEE points linked to accredited programmes

    How does an employer access Seta funding?

  • The employer must be a levy payer to a SETA and their levy payments must be up to date.
  • The employer must have submitted a Workplace Skills Plan / Annual Training Report, including their Pivotal Plan, to their SETA before the annual submission date (30 April of the year, before the funding window opens).
  • The Workplace Skills Plan / Annual Training Report and Pivotal Plan must have been approved by the SETA.
  • The employer must apply for funding while the discretionary funding window is open. The timing is Seta specific.
  • The employer must appoint an accredited training provider to deliver the training.
  • The SETA will approve / decline the application, either in part or in full.

    When does an employer qualify for SARS tax incentives?

  • The employer must have learners registered on learnerships.
  • Tax incentives are claimed in two financial years, i.e. on commencement of the training and on completion of the learnership.

  • How many BEE points apply to accredited training (learnerships and skills programmes)?

  • Please discuss this with your BEE Consultant, who will be able to calculate the number of points.