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ETDP SETA BURSARIES: UPLIFTING OUR FUTURE GENERATION
Apply for a bursary through ETDP SETA or the Funza Lushaka Bursary Programme and you could be on your way to qualifying as a teacher.
The Education, Training and Development Practices Sector Education and Training Authority (ETDP SETA) is one of 23 SETAs established as a result of the Skills Development Act.
The main purpose of the SETAs is to address skills shortages in South Africa by identifying the skills needs of specific industries and sectors, to be a conduit to up-skilling both employed and unemployed citizens, to assess and monitor their progress and ensure that they successfully complete their programmes and are certified as competent to compete in the workplace and find suitable employment.
The ETDP SETA focuses on the Education, Training and Development (ETD) sector and promotes and facilitates skills development in this sector and achieves its goals through a number of different skills development interventions including bursaries, amongst others.
There are a number of bursaries available for learners who have successfully completed Grade 12 and wish to pursue a career in the ETD sector. If this describes you, please apply to the ETDP SETA and the Department of Education or enquire about other funding schemes.
The ETDP SETA bursaries aim to provide opportunities for workers and unemployed learners in the ETD sector to gain qualifications in scarce and critical skills at both intermediate and higher levels.
BURSARIES ARE AWARDED FOR THE FOLLOWING PROGRAMMES:
- NPDE and PGCE
- B.Ed Mathematics and Science
- B.Ed Foundation Phase
- Certificate in Education
- B Com
- BSc Applied Mathematics
- Masters in Commerce
- ACE in Leadership and Management
- Computer Studies
- Human Resources Management
- Public Finance
WHO QUALIFIES FOR THE ETDP SETA BURSARY?
Unemployed South Africans from previously disadvantaged backgrounds who are interested in studying towards qualifications in the ETD sector, especially in scarce and critical skills areas.
Employed South Africans from previously disadvantaged backgrounds who are interested in specialising in an ETD sector field of study identified by the ETDP SETA.
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