The Sector Education and Training Authority is commonly known as SETA.
It is a groundbreaking vocational skills training institution turning dreams into reality through financial aids.
The organization has so far incorporated 21 SETA’s, each of which is committed to leadership, internships, apprenticeship, and unit-based skills programs.
As a result, every South African industry is now under the cover of the Sector Education and Training Authority.
Learners have benefited the most from the SETA bursary scheme which reliably caters for their tuition and other academic requirements.
A brief introduction to SETA
Since its conception in 1996, Sector Education and Training Authority has proven a pillar in skill revolutions necessary to thrive in our new competitive marketplace. The authority understands the importance of skill development as a means of addressing high unemployment rates across South Africa, stretching to a tune of over 6 million individuals. The process of applying for this kind of bursary is more straightforward than ever before.
QUALIFICATIONS FOR SETA
- South African citizen applicants with valid identification documents
- Applicants not under any other form of financial aid
- Applicants already registered with TVET colleges and universities of technology
In addition to the above qualifications, employed and unemployed applicants here should meet the following SETA bursary requirements:
- Should have a total household income of not more than R600,000 annually.
- Should be studying or intending to study towards an NQF level 5 qualification (or above) in the relevant field of study and have attained a minimum overall average of 50%.
- Copy of identity card
- Registration proof
- Copy of grade 12 academic results
- Highest qualifications and results obtained
- Copies of parent or guardian identity cards
- Affidavit for unemployed or proof of income