6th July 2018 – The CETA Accounting Authority and Management conducted a discretionary grant online capacity building workshop.
The expected outcome was to understand stakeholder challenges in the discretionary grant application process as well as conduct a step-by-step guide of the discretionary grant application system.
The Eastern Cape stakeholders extended their excitement with the online application system, extending appreciation to the CETA for responding to previous discretionary grant application process challenges.
The CETA communicated its willingness to work with industry and indicated to the Eastern Cape stakeholders that as CETA, it is impossible to work in a vacuum and expect to make impact in skill development. Thus, CETA encourages stakeholders to be part of the CETA’s Sector Skills Plan research.
Mr W. Mfebe, a CETA Accounting Authority member and Core Business Chairperson stated that there is a need for quality training. Industry needs globally competitive artisans that will become a catalyst for economic grow. This can be achieved through developing synergy between industry and the CETA.