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CLAIMING FOR SKILLS DEVELOPMENT CLARIFIED

In Article Archive, Private by Karlien Scholtz4 Comments

It is a misconception that companies can only be reimbursed for training provided by external SETA-registered institutions. Companies can in fact also be reimbursed for structured internal, day to day training as well as Learnerships offered.

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  1. i want to get clarity that companies can only be reimbursed for training provided by external SETA-registered institutions

    1. Reply to Nomsa: The training does not necessarily have to be done by SETA-registered institutions. However, you will have to check with the SETA that your organisation is registered to establish what training is recognised as being relevant in your industry.

  2. What are the steps that one must follow in order to claim from the fund, as we want to send employees for seta accredit courses and we will like financial assistance from the fund.

    So what should we do?

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