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An internship is a structured and monitored workplace experience gained through exposure and interactions within a real work environment. The Services SETA funds three types of internships:

1. Graduates from Higher Education and Training (HET) institutions with full qualifications at NQF level 5 and above
- R36 000 per unemployed learner, of which R2 500 must be paid to the learner as a monthly stipend for 12 months.

2. Learners seeking workplace experience to complete the Nated (N6 only) National Diploma - R36 000 per unemployed learner, of which R1 500 must be paid to the learner as a monthly stipend for 18 months.

3. Graduates who have achieved a National Certificate Vocational (NCV) from a Technical, Vocational and Training (TVET) college
- R24 000 per unemployed learner, of which R1 500 must be paid to the learner as a monthly stipend for 12 months.

A bursary is a monetary award made to learners to follow an approved course of study. This is a grant awarded to learners enrolled for qualifications registered on the National Qualification Framework level 5 and higher (excluding learnerships).

The Services SETA funds both employed and unemployed learners.

Funding: Up to a maximum of R35 000 per employed learner enrolled for NQF 5 or higher Internships Bursaries

 

Services SETA Division

The Services SETA established provincial offices with the aim of decentralising its activities, as a platform for our member companies to easily access and participate in skill development initiatives and enable them to engage with us on a one-on-one basis regarding their respective industries.

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Provincial offices are the implementation vehicles, which ensure that the Services SETA reaches its goals and targets as set out in the National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS).

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