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DISCRETIONARY GRANT MONITORING AND EVALUATION POLICY AND GUIDELINES
Date Posted : 24 November 2015

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Who has to pay skills development levies?

Any company with an annual payroll of R500 000.00 or more

Where are levies paid?

Levies are paid to SARS, who in turn transfers them to DHET; DHET then transfers them to the relevant SETA

What percentage is paid to SARS?

1 percent of the annual payroll is paid to SARS

BREAKDOWN OF THE 1% PAID TO SARS

20%

National Skills Fund

10%

SETA’s Administration

0.5%

QCTO

30%

PIVOTAL Grants

19.5%

Discretionary Grants

20%

Mandatory Grants

Mandatory Grants

To claim back the 20% for mandatory grants employers have to submit a Workplace Skills Plan and an Annual Training Report on or before 30 April of each year.

How do I submit the report?

INSETA has a designated online template for reports to be submitted. To submit the report you must have access to the system by completing the Skills Development Registration form which is found on the skills development webpage on the INSETA website. For guidance in completing the form you may contact the INSETA Call Centre on 086 113 0013

How long does the registration take?

It takes about 7 working days to process the registration form; upon registration you will receive a username and password to access the system.

PIVOTAL and Discretionary Grants

To access funding you have to apply for funding opportunities within INSETA, please visit the INSETA website www.inseta.org.za
Herewith are different kinds of Skills Development opportunities available at INSETA:

  • Learnerships
  • Internships
  • Bursaries
  • Skills Programmes for small businesses and Coops
  • Skills Programmes for Workers (Cash Grants)

Note that funding is available at set dates and at the discretion of INSETA.