The Acting Chief Executive Officer of the CETA hereby invites nominations for the appointment of suitably experienced and qualified nominees to serve as members of the CETA Accounting Authority (“the Accounting Authority”), for the forthcoming term of office, in terms of section 11 of the Skills Development Act, 97 of 1998 (“the Act”) and clause 8(6) of the CETA Constitution (“the Constitution”). Nominations are invited from interested parties operating within the construction sector to be considered for appointment as members of the CETA Accounting Authority. The nominations will be for the appointment of 14 suitably experienced and qualified persons to serve as members of the Accounting Authority of the CETA.
The members referred to will have full voting rights and include:
- six persons nominated by organised labour;
- six persons nominated by organised employers including small business or government departments that are employers; and
- two persons nominated by—
- government departments that have an interest in the sector but the departments are not an employer as contemplated in 2 above;
- any interested professional body within the sector;
- any bargaining council with jurisdiction in the sector; or
- organisation of community which have an identifiable interest in skills development in the sector.
Click on the links below to download the documents:
Notice to invite nominations for the Construction Education and Training Authority (CETA) accounting authority.
- Skills Development Act
- CETA Constitution
- CETA Code of Conduct for AA members
- General Information and Nomination forms
- Declaration of interest form