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MQA Presentation to Parliament Portfolio Committee for Minerals and Energy Ms M. Hermanus, MQA MQA Presentation to Parliament Portfolio Committee for Minerals and Energy Ms M. Hermanus, MQA Chairperson, State Mr G. Brokenshire, Employers Mr J. Nkosi, Labour Dr M. Mthwecu, CEO Digging with Knowledge and Skills

Presentation Outline Who is the MQA? Our Vision MQA 5 Key Deliverables (from Business Presentation Outline Who is the MQA? Our Vision MQA 5 Key Deliverables (from Business Plan) Develop and Implement the Sector Skills Plan (SSP) Develop Unit Standards and Qualifications New Qualifications in Mining and Minerals Maintain the Quality of Standards & Learnerships. Register, Administer and Promote Learnerships (and Apprenticeships). Disburse Grants from the Skills Development Levy. Digging with Knowledge and Skills

Presentation Outline cont…. Levies & Grants & Estimates Use of Surplus from 2000 -2001 Presentation Outline cont…. Levies & Grants & Estimates Use of Surplus from 2000 -2001 Use of Surplus from 2002 -2003 MQA Systems Established National Skills Fund Projects Organogram & Committee Structure Presentation of Annual Report 2002/03 Presentation of Business Plan 2003/04 Digging with Knowledge and Skills

WHO IS THE MQA is a Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) for the WHO IS THE MQA is a Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) for the Mining and Minerals Sector in terms of the Skills Development Act of 1998; The MQA implements the following legislation: Act No. 58 of 1995 South African Qualifications Authority Act; Act No. 29 of 1996 Mine Health and Safety Act; Act No. 101 of 1997 Higher Education and Training Act; Act No. 98 of 1998 Further Education and Training Act; Act No. 97 of 1998 Skills Development Act; Act No. 09 of 1999 Skills Development Levies Act; and Act No. 52 of 2000 Adult Basic Education and Training Bill. Digging with Knowledge and Skills

Our Vision To have sufficient and appropriate knowledge and skills available in the mining Our Vision To have sufficient and appropriate knowledge and skills available in the mining and minerals sector in order to contribute to: n n The development and transformation of the sector; A safe, healthy, productive and competitive industry; Promote access to quality education and training for all to participate in work and life; and The redress of past inequalities in education and training. Digging with Knowledge and Skills

MQA 5 Key Deliverables Develop and Implement a Sector Skills Plan. Develop qualifications and MQA 5 Key Deliverables Develop and Implement a Sector Skills Plan. Develop qualifications and training standards for the Sector. Establish, Register, Administer and Promote Learnerships and Skills Programmes. Maintain the Quality of Standards, Qualifications, Learnerships. Disburse Grants from Skills Levies. Digging with Knowledge and Skills

Develop and Implement the Sector Skills Plan(SSP) Milestones achieved as at August 2002. n Develop and Implement the Sector Skills Plan(SSP) Milestones achieved as at August 2002. n n First SSP (for 2001 – 2004) was approved by Do. L. 266 Skills Development Facilitators (SDFs) representing 162 companies in the sector were registered. 136 Workplace Skills Plans (WSP) for Year 2 and 200 for Year 3 were approved. 161 Annual Training Reports (ATRs) for Year 2 were approved. Digging with Knowledge and Skills

Develop and Implement the Sector Skills Plan. (SSP) Activity Plans for 2002 -2003 n Develop and Implement the Sector Skills Plan. (SSP) Activity Plans for 2002 -2003 n n n Further register and build capacity of SDFs. Communicate to the sector via SDFs. Maintain a database of SDFs, WSPs and ATRs. Approve ATRs and WSPs on new formats. Revise and update SSP targets to the Do. L. Establish a system to support SMMEs via NSF. Digging with Knowledge and Skills

Develop Unit Standards and Qualifications for the Sector Milestones achieved between March 1999 - Develop Unit Standards and Qualifications for the Sector Milestones achieved between March 1999 - August 2002 n n n n A Standards Generating Body was registered by SAQA (1 081) 62% of the identified Unit Standards written and 627 Unit Standards were registered on the NQF. August 2002, a sector qualifications framework was adopted. June - August 2001, Qualification Design Groups were established, trained, qualifications designed. 12 Qualifications registered on the NQF by June 2002. 06 Qualifications awaiting registration with SAQA. 864 Standards waiting to be gazetted by SAQA. 985 unit standards and qualifications captured on the MQA web-linked database. Digging with Knowledge and Skills

NEW QUALIFICATIONS IN MINING AND MINERALS The Standards Generating Body for Mining and Minerals NEW QUALIFICATIONS IN MINING AND MINERALS The Standards Generating Body for Mining and Minerals has designed the following new qualifications for the Sector, for registration on the National Qualifications Framework Proposed Qualifications NQF Level 1. National Introductory Certificate to Mining and Minerals 1 9. *National Certificate in Jewellery: Production Environment 3 2. National Certificate: Mining Operations 2 10. *National Certificate in Diamond Processing: Operating 2 3. National Certificate in Rockbreaking: Surface Mining 2 11. National Certificate in Diamond Processing: Brillinteering 3 4. National Certificate in Rockbreaking: Underground Coal Mining 3 12. National Certificate in Diamond Processing: Crossworking 4 5. National Certificate in Engineering Maintenance: Under Ground Coal Maintenance: Mining 2 13. National Certificate: Occupational Hygiene 2 6. *National Certificate in Rockbreaking : Underground Hardrock Mining 3 14. #Skills Programme: Health and Safety Representation 1 7. *National Certificate in Engineering Maintenance: Under Ground Hardrock Mining 2 15. #Skills Programme: Health and Safety Representation 2 8. *National Certificate in Winding Engine Driving 3 To comment on one of these qualifications, please contact Mzwandile Nombewu, SGB Manager at (011) 403 -7946 or fax: (011) 403 -8417 or e-mail: Mzwandile. [email protected] org. za Digging with Knowledge and Skills

Maintain the Quality of Standards, Qualifications & Learnerships. Milestones achieved as at August 2002 Maintain the Quality of Standards, Qualifications & Learnerships. Milestones achieved as at August 2002 n Policy implementation guidelines were adopted for the: Registration of Assessors; Assessment, including the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL); Moderation of Assessment practices; and Accreditation of Learning Providers n n 47 provider reps were trained on QMS (ISO 9001: 2000) First 3 assessors were registered through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process. Further 401 assessors were trained from January to March 2002 and registered 53 to date. 700 to be trained before Dec 2002. A web-linked data-base support system was established at 17 provider sites to capture learner achievements. Digging with Knowledge and Skills

Maintain the Quality of Standards, Qualifications & Learnerships Activity Plans for 2002 -2003 n Maintain the Quality of Standards, Qualifications & Learnerships Activity Plans for 2002 -2003 n Develop the capacity for QA by: Further training of workplace Assessors, Moderators, ETD Practitioners and Providers, especially to support the FOG and ABET. Review the System for Assessment (including RPL), Moderation, Accreditation, Certification for Providers and Learners. n Secure ISO 9001 / 2000 listing and certification of the MQA office. n Populate data-base of providers, assessors, moderators and ETD Practitioners. n Extend the scope of the MQA as an ETQA n Determine transitional arrangements for QA with DME. n Disburse Grants for provider QMS implementation: (R 4 mil). n Accredit training providers. n Roadshow on ETQA planned. Digging with Knowledge and Skills

Register, Administer and Promote Learnerships (and Apprenticeships) Milestones achieved as at August 2002. n Register, Administer and Promote Learnerships (and Apprenticeships) Milestones achieved as at August 2002. n n Five priority learnership titles are registered with the Do. L. Capacity of role players was developed via workshops. Information workshops were conducted for the sector. Administration of about 1500 apprenticeship contracts has been taken over from training boards (MIETTB, JPMITB & Diamond). Digging with Knowledge and Skills

Register, Administer and Promote Learnerships (and Apprenticeships). Activity Plans for 2002 -2003 n n Register, Administer and Promote Learnerships (and Apprenticeships). Activity Plans for 2002 -2003 n n n Support of the development of learning materials (R 17. 1 million) is set aside. Establish and maintain learnership / apprenticeship administration system. Publish a learnership development framework. Register learnerships and skills programmes. Raise awareness and build capacity on learnerships. Digging with Knowledge and Skills

Disburse Grants from the Skills Development Levy Milestones achieved as at August 2002. n Disburse Grants from the Skills Development Levy Milestones achieved as at August 2002. n n Procedures for grant disbursements are developed. All grants for 2000 -2001 are paid out to qualifying companies. Internal auditor and an internal audit committee are operational. Year 1 (Mar 2000 – Apr 2001) Total levy amounts received – R 71 mil. Disbursed – R 52 mil. Transferred funds to other SETAs – R 7 mil. Surplus funds approved for projects – R 12 mil. n Year 2 (Apr 2001 – Mar 2002) Total levy amounts received – R 186, 8 mil. Disbursed – R 131 mil. (represents 15 % skills planning grant (WSP and 50% relating to the ATR). Discretionary grants – R 15, 2 mil for Blasting Certificates. Digging with Knowledge and Skills

Disburse Grants from the Skills Development Levy. Activity Plans for 2002 -2003 n n Disburse Grants from the Skills Development Levy. Activity Plans for 2002 -2003 n n n Operate IT system to disburse skills grants. Verify and capture details of companies (Ongoing). Generate and distribute systems reports to stakeholders. Digging with Knowledge and Skills

Levies & Grants & Estimates 2001/02 2002/03 2001/02 Actual 20 % NATIONAL SKILLS FUND Levies & Grants & Estimates 2001/02 2002/03 2001/02 Actual 20 % NATIONAL SKILLS FUND 10% SETA ADMIN 2002/3 Estimates R 53 m R 48. 4 R 26. 6 m R 24. 2 m SKILLS DEVELOPMENT FACILITATOR & WORKPLACE SKILLS PLAN SUBMISSION R 40 m R 36. 3 m R 108. 9 m 15% 50% 45% IMPLEMENTATION / ANNUAL TRNG REP. R 133 m 5% 10% STRATEGIC MQA SECTOR NEEDS R 13. 3 m R 24. 2 m Digging with Knowledge and Skills NATIONAL SKILLS AUTHORIY MQA EMPLOYERS TBA

Grants from Discretionary Funds To employers for providing Blasting Certificate Training (15. 2 Million) Grants from Discretionary Funds To employers for providing Blasting Certificate Training (15. 2 Million) 5% 2000 -2001 to employers who established a skills committee (R 5 m) 10% 2002 -03 to employers who provided Blasting Certificate and Apprenticeship Training (R 27 Million estimate) Digging with Knowledge and Skills

Sector Developments and Challenges Publication of Mining Charter targets Adoption of Industry Social Plan Sector Developments and Challenges Publication of Mining Charter targets Adoption of Industry Social Plan 68. 5% workers needing ABET Promotion of Jewellery Industry and Beneficiation Representivity at Managerial and Professional levels Development of Small-Scale Mining Digging with Knowledge and Skills

Use of Surplus Funds from 20002001 Apprenticeship grant R 15. 2 million paid (R Use of Surplus Funds from 20002001 Apprenticeship grant R 15. 2 million paid (R 7 500 per appie for 2026 appies) during August 2002. Bursary scheme R 15. 1 million (plus NSF funds R 11. 5 million). Quality Management System for Providers R 4 million (+/- R 120 000 each for 28 training providers). Development of learning materials (R 17. 1 million) for learnerships and skills programs. Standards setting grant R 3 million. Digging with Knowledge and Skills

Unclaimed & Surplus Funds from 2002 -2003 Management Development Program Capacity of Training Providers Unclaimed & Surplus Funds from 2002 -2003 Management Development Program Capacity of Training Providers Selected SPC Initiatives Grant to Employers who provide training at ABET 1 -3 during 2002 -2004 Establishment of centralised training centres in Platinum, Gold and Jewellery. Research to be conducted. Digging with Knowledge and Skills

National Skills Fund Projects (R 75 M) 2002 - 2004 ABET 4/NQF 1 - National Skills Fund Projects (R 75 M) 2002 - 2004 ABET 4/NQF 1 - R 25 mil n To increase the provision of ABET in the mining and minerals sector. Small Scale Mining - R 14 mil n To support small-scale miners with skills development. Jewellery Manufacture & Gemstone Processing - R 6 mil n To Support development of the skills in four new qualification areas Support to ex-mine workers - R 7, 5 mil n To minimise the impact of retrenchment to affected workers and their communities (support to industry social plan). Scarce Skills - R 11, 5 mil To support the development of scarce skills at the higher educational and occupational levels through a bursary scheme (136 bursars for 2002). (4 NSF staff are contracted plus one student intern) n Digging with Knowledge and Skills

MQA Systems Established Information Management System (Praxis). Communication System (website, newsletters and road-shows & MQA Systems Established Information Management System (Praxis). Communication System (website, newsletters and road-shows & new language policy). HR and Performance Management System Quality Management System (ISO 9001: 2000 for MQA Office) in progress. Digging with Knowledge and Skills

MQA Organogram 28 September 2002 Vacant Dr Menzi Mthwecu Melany Beukes Chief Executive Officer MQA Organogram 28 September 2002 Vacant Dr Menzi Mthwecu Melany Beukes Chief Executive Officer Executive PA NSF Coordinator GENERAL STAFF Lerato Mosuoane Christina Lehoko (Receptionist) Isaac Mazibuko (Copy Room) Vivian Duba (Catering) Pauline Mhlambi (Cleaning) Patricia Makgeledise Chernise Patience Corrie Smit Operations PA HR Practitioner Buitumelo Makgotlo Operations Manager Nthako Molefe Noluvuyo Halana Communication Intern NSF Administrator Communication Officer NSF Intern Thami Salman MIS Specialist Ayesha Itzkin ABET Manager Keith Charles ETQA Manager SGB Manager Mxolisi Nyovane Oupa Mopaki Mzwandile Nombewu Peter Tladi ETQA Administrator Skills Development Manager Lency Madi Skills Development Administrator SGB Administrator Dineo Mokheseng SGB Intern Vusi Zwane Ntombenhle Nkosi Learnerships Manager Financial Manager Petro Smit Lekgethile Mothoa Learnerships Officer Financial Officer Thandi Kente Financial Administrator Anna-Marie Nelson Thandi Moyo Michael Paulsen Malesela Makgamatho Apprenticeship / Learnerships Administrator Apprenticeship / Learnership Administrator NSF Accounts Controller TOTAL NUMBER OF STAFF = 33 Digging with Knowledge and Skills Ivan Boardman Acting Financial Manager Linda Coughlin Bookkeeper

MQA COMMITTEE STRUCTURE Name: Financial / Skills Development Levy Committee Function: The disbursement of MQA COMMITTEE STRUCTURE Name: Financial / Skills Development Levy Committee Function: The disbursement of the skills grants from skills levies Composition: 2 per stakeholder (+ alternates) Quorum: 2 stakeholders Chairperson: State representative Secretary: Contractor Meeting: Once a month Name: Function: Sector Skills Planning The development & implementation of a Sector Skills Plan, Workplace Skills Plan and Skills Development Facilitators. Composition: 2 per stakeholder (+ alternates) Quorum: 2 stakesholders Chairperson: State representative Secretary: Contractor Meeting: SGB To lead the development of standards and qualifications for the mining and minerals sector, for registration by SAQA on the NQF. Composition: (Max. 25) 4 per stakeholder 4 SQCG facilitators, 4 Prof. Bodies, 2 Providers, 1 Manufacturer & Supplier Quorum: 51% (13 members) Chairperson: State SGB Convenor Secretary: Contractor Meeting: Once a month Name: Function: Learnership Committee The development & implementation of a learnership system. Composition: 2 per stakeholder (4 RAC Chairs and 4 Providers may be co-opted) Quorum: 2 stakeholders Chairperson: State representative Secretary: Contractor Meeting: Once a month Name: Function: ETQA Committee The development & implementation of the ETQA function. Composition: 2 per stakeholder (4 Professional Bodies may be co-opted) Quorum: 2 stakeholders Chairperson: State representative Secretary: Contractor Meeting: Once a month Name: Function: Composition: Quorum: Chairperson: Secretary: Meeting: Name: Quorum: MQA BOARD Policy decision making 5 per stakeholder (Total 15) 2 per stakeholder Chief Inspector of Mines Contractor Quarterly MQA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 3 Stakeholder Convenors & Executive Officer Digging with Knowledge and Skills Name: Function: Audit Committee To determine the effectiveness of the financial management system into PFMA Composition: 2 external members, 1 each from 3 stakeholders, 1 internal auditor, 1 external auditor Quorum: 2 stakeholders, 1 external member Chairperson & Deputy: External members Secretary: Contractor Meeting: Bi-monthly