Midrand, 25 July 2019, the Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training, Hon Buti Manamela made a courtesy visit to the Construction Education and Training Authority (CETA).
In his visit, he sought to understand the challenges in the construction sector and to affirm the CETA of his commitment in addressing the challenges through various innovative strategies and programmes. The programmes include artisanal development strategies, improved approaches to the Thapelo Madibeng Bursary Scheme as well as the development of skills development centres.
Hon Manamela engaged in an inaugural walkabout of SETA offices. The Deputy Minister was adamant to see the CETA office environment and to meet the employees that are a catalyst in making CETA one of the leading artisanal SETAs.
“The visit by the Deputy Minister is very important and it reaffirms the work to be done in skilling the nation,” said Mr Robert Semenya, CETA Acting Chief Executive Officer.