Details Of FPMSETA (Fibre, Processing & Manufacturing SETA) Job Vacancies 2019

By | September 19, 2017

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Introduction

‘SETA’ stands for Sector Education and Training Authority. SETA’s are organisations established to facilitate skills development in specific economic sectors by ensuring access to skills development opportunities to those individuals employed in those sectors, or those wanting to be employed in those specific sectors. There are at present 21 SETAs operational in South Africa.

The Fibre Processing and Manufacturing Sector Education and Training Authority (FP&M SETA) was established by the Minister of Higher Education and Training on 1 April 2011 after government took a decision to cluster sectors in order to strengthen value-chain linkages between related industries. The FP&M SETA mandate is:

  • to provide skills development services to the Clothing, Footwear, Forestry, Furniture, General Goods, Leather, Packaging, Printing, Publishing, Pulp and Paper, Textiles and Wood Products sectors; and
  • to implement the objectives of the National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS III) and to ensure that people obtain the critical or scarce skills that are needed to build the capacity of the sector to become economically sustainable and globally completive.

The intention of NSDS III is to –

  • increase access to training and skills development opportunities;
  • transform inequities linked to class, race, gender, age and disability;
  • address the challenges of skills shortages and mismatches;
  • improve productivity in the economy; and
  • Increase the focus on skills development linked to rural development

The value added by SETAs is their understanding of labour market issues in their respective industrial and economic sectors. SETA’s must ‘create interventions and shape solutions that address skills needs within their sectors’

Central to the objectives of the NSDS III is improved placement of both students and graduates, especially from the FET colleges and universities of technology. There is no value in training people if they are not given the opportunity to apply the skills they have learnt in the workplace.

But skills development is not just for young people starting their first jobs – the skills of people already in jobs must also be enhanced. NSDS III also encourages the training of employed workers in order to improve overall productivity and to address skills imbalances within the workforce and the labour market.
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FPMSETA (Fibre, Processing & Manufacturing SETA) Job Vacancies 2019
A job vacancy is a post, either newly created, unoccupied or about to become vacant, which the employer: actively seeks to fill with a suitable candidate from outside the enterprise (including any further necessary steps); immediately or in the near future. Search for available FPMSETA (Fibre, Processing & Manufacturing SETA) job vacancies 2019

FPMSETA (Fibre, Processing & Manufacturing SETA) Internships 2019 – 2020
What is Internship and how does it work?
An internship is an official program offered by an employer to potential employees. Internships are most popular with undergraduates or graduate students who work between one to four months and have a goal to gain practical work or research related experience. Internship opportunities are available all year round in south Africa. FPMSETA (Fibre, Processing & Manufacturing SETA) available internships for 2019/2020 will be published on their website or other print and electronic media. Search for FPMSETA (Fibre, Processing & Manufacturing SETA) internships 2019 – 2020

FPMSETA (Fibre, Processing & Manufacturing SETA) Learnerships 2019 – 2020
What is Learnership and how does it work?
A learnership is a work based learning programme that leads to an NQF registered qualification. Learnerships are directly related to an occupation or field of work, for example, electrical engineering, hairdressing or project management.
What are the benefits for learners?
You may have better employment opportunities after completing a learnership;
You have a fixed-term employment contract for the duration of the learnership;
Learnerships improve on the job performance so you are able to do things relevant to the job;
You obtain a nationally-recognised qualification that is relevant to the sector; and
You earn a learner allowance for the duration of the learnership.
FPMSETA (Fibre, Processing & Manufacturing SETA) Learnerships for 2019 – 2020 if available will be published on their vacancy / career page. Search for available FPMSETA (Fibre, Processing & Manufacturing SETA) learnerships 2019 / 2020

FPMSETA (Fibre, Processing & Manufacturing SETA) Bursaries / Scholarships 2019 – 2020
What is a bursary and how does it work?
A bursary is a monetary award made by an institution to individuals or groups of people who cannot afford to pay full fees. Also Bursaries may be awarded in addition to scholarships where financial need is demonstrated and the prospective student would otherwise be unable to enter the school. Bursaries in south Africa are awarded throughout the year to support student for the next academic year. FPMSETA (Fibre, Processing & Manufacturing SETA) bursary for 2019 – 2020 if available will be published on the vacancy / career page. Search for available FPMSETA (Fibre, Processing & Manufacturing SETA) bursaries 2019 / 2020

FPMSETA (Fibre, Processing & Manufacturing SETA) Apprenticeships 2019 – 2020
What is Apprenticeship and how does it work?
Apprenticeship is a combination of on-the-job training (OJT) and related classroom instruction under the supervision of a journey-level craft person or trade professional in which workers learn the practical and theoretical aspects of a highly skilled occupation. Apprenticeship opportunities are available throughout the year. FPMSETA (Fibre, Processing & Manufacturing SETA) Apprenticeships for 2019 – 2020 if available will be published on their vacancy / career page. Search for available FPMSETA (Fibre, Processing & Manufacturing SETA) apprenticeship 2019 / 2020

FPMSETA (Fibre, Processing & Manufacturing SETA) Graduate Programme 2019 – 2020
Most large companies employing graduates have graduate training programmes in place. These companies tend to invest thousands in recruiting graduates who have demonstrated impressive academic ability but who have little or no experience in the world of work. A graduate training programme is a way of bridging the gap. Graduate training programmes ease candidates into the world of work and give them the skills necessary to become part of the larger team. They tend to last either one or two years. Some will offer students the opportunity to experience several different areas of business before choosing a final career path within the company. FPMSETA (Fibre, Processing & Manufacturing SETA) graduate programme for 2019 – 2020 if available will be published on their vacancy / career page. Search for available FPMSETA (Fibre, Processing & Manufacturing SETA) graduate programmes 2019 / 2020