Stakeholders nationally were invited to apply discretionary grant, aiding the CETA in eradicating poverty, inequality and unemployment. July 6 th the CETA conducted a discretionary grant capacity building workshop in Mpumalanga. The objective of the workshop was to equip stakeholders with knowledge on how to utilise the CETA online system when applying for discretionary grant. A comprehensive demonstration of the step-to step guide on how to apply for discretionary grant was conducted for the Mpumalanga stakeholders.
The Mpumalanga stakeholders were much excited about the online system and most echoed how user friendly the system is. CETA Management encouraged stakeholders to apply well in time.
Skills development is a vehicle that can be used to eradicate poverty, inequality and unemployment especially when focus is geared towards the key strategic areas of the CETA, which are people living with disabilities, military, people in rural areas and township and women.