Research and Skills Planning Unit
Research informs SETA’s decision-making and skills development priorities, giving it a competitive edge. As a result, the primary mission of the research unit is to conduct research and develop planning documents.
It conducts research to update the SSP and other strategic documents. The Research Agenda provides a list of research topics/themes that are updated annually.
Sector Skills Plan (SSP)
In collaboration with key stakeholders and industry experts, the unit develops SSPs. The Sectorial Priority Occupations and Intervention List is then developed. These documents ultimately inform the SP and APP.
- 4IR and the Food Bev Sector
- Bridging the Digital Literacy Divide
- Effects KZN Floods on the FoodBev Manufacturing Sector
- Effects of Russia-Ukraine Conflict on the South African FoodBev Sector
- Exploring the Green Economy in the Food and Beverages Manufacturing Sector
Monitoring and Evaluation:
To determine the impact of the return on investment in the mining and minerals sector’s training programmes, against the number of people trained. It is an integral part of the MQA’s value chain and its contribution towards, among other things, organisational strategy, planning, monitoring, impact assessment and evaluation, and risk management enables the organisation to track its impact on skills development in the sector.