BankSETA Bursary – SETAs operate in case it is your first interaction with us. SETAs provide a sector-specific framework for the development of skills in the workplace. Each economic sector is represented (i.e. 21 Sector Education and Training Authorities/SETAs).The SETA programme is funded by a levy-grant system for participating sectors/companies.We are proud of the fact that the Banking Sector Education and Training Authority (BANKSETA) is widely regarded as one of the best and most effective SETAs in South Africa.Successive years of unqualified audits, coupled with highly successful programmes, confirm the BANKSETA’s commitment to carrying out its mandate in a professional and accountable manner.The Association of Accounting Technicians (SA) are recruiting for a bursary funded by the BANKSETA and the classes will be held on a full time basis at Lovedale FET in King Williams Town / East London.
Bank SETA Bursaries Available
NQF level 4 Accounting Qualification
Bank SETA Bursaries Requirements
- All learners must be unemployed and under 30 years of age;
- Accounting and Pure Maths as Matric subjects with A, B or C symbol.
How To Apply
email to the below email address to enquire for bursary application forms:Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Enquiries: Youmnah Mayet, Tel: (011) 621 6728Note this bursary is now closed
About Bank SETA
The BANKSETA is a statutory body established through the Skills Development Act of 1998 to enable its stakeholders to advance the national and global position of the banking and micro-finance industry. As guided by its mandate the BANKSETA is as such an agent of transformation by promoting employment equity and broad-based black economic empowerment through skills development.
The Banking Sector Education and Training Authority (BANKSETA) is an enabler of skills development and transformation in the broader banking & microfinance sector and supports people development through partnerships, skills development, alleviating unemployment, creating a brighter future and enabling change. BANKSETA focuses on SMEs, the youth, adult education, continuous professional development and research.
Skills development has been identified as a key requirement for economic growth in South Africa, as a result, the Skills Development Act provides a framework for the development of skills in the workplace. Amongst other things, the Act makes provision for skills development by means of a levy-grant scheme, and the establishment of 21 sector-specific Sector Education and Training Authorities – or SETAs – to administer the scheme’s funds, and manage the skills development process. Each separate economic sector has one SETA, and BANKSETA is the Banking Sector Education and Training Authority. BANKSETA is widely regarded as one of the best SETAs in South Africa. Successive years of unqualified audits confirm BANKSETA’s commitment to carrying out its mandate in a professional and accountable manner.