2007 Chemical Industries Education & Training Authority Ms

2007 Chemical Industries Education & Training Authority Ms

2007 Chemical Industries Education & Training Authority Ms Kelebogile Dilotsotlhe Chief Executive Officer Presentation to the Select Committee On Economic & Foreign Affairs 24 October 2007 Vision World-class Education & Training for the Chemical Industries Sector Mission The CHIETA contributes to sustainable development through facilitating the provision of the skills for growth in the sector Strategic Objectives Prioritising and communicating critical skills for sustainable growth, development and equity in the Chemical Industries Sector Promoting and accelerating quality training for all in the workplace Promoting employability and sustainable livelihoods through skills development

Strategic Objectives cont. Assisting designated groups, including new entrants, to participate in accredited work integrated learning and work-based programmes to acquire critical skills to enter the labour market and self employment Improving the quality and relevance of provision Maximising organisational performance and development Governance Structure CHIETA Governing Body (9 Representatives each from Trade Unions & Employer Associations, up to 5 representatives from Government Departments, Professional Bodies, Communities + CEO,CFO and Secretarial support from CHIETA staff) Functional Standing Committees Executive Committee (Chairperson & Deputy Chairperson of Governing Body 1 Representative each from Trade Unions and Employers + CEO and support from CHIETA staff) ETQA Advisory Committee Audit Committee Regional Committees

Joint Stakeholder Forum Discretionary Grant Review Committee Management Committee CEO and Executive Managers Chamber 1 Petroleum and Base Chemicals Chamber 2 Pharmaceuticals & Fast Moving Consumer Goods Chamber 3 Explosives and Fertilizers Chamber 4 Specialty Chemicals And Surface Coatings Chamber 5 Glass

MARCH 2007 CEO Kelebogile Dilotsotlhe P/A TO CEO & CORP. SER. MANAGER Vacant CFO Farhad Motala ETDQA Ayesha Itzkin CONST. SUPPORT Bhabhali Nhlapo PROJECTS Derek Peo INFO & RESEARCH Janina Martin CORPORATE SERVICES & GOVERNANCE

Moshe Mokgalane FINANCE ADMIN Wandile Dube CERT PRACT. R Diergaardt ADV ADMIN G Thutse C Wangra ACCOU NTS ASST Lydia Matsipe ACCO UNTS ASST Louise dos Santo s ADMINISTRATOR A Mabhoko

ADMINISTRATOR U Jakalase CS AGENT L Zungu M Moloto ADMINISTRATOR N Maebela OFFICE ATTENDANT Dorah Motaung Market ing & Comms Man Mpumi Sithole HR ADMIN Sphiwe Mdaka ACC. ADMIN Mpumi Mlambo ADMINISTRATOR Bongani Maduna HR & DATA MANAGER Vacant

L/SHIP PRACT. Z Maseko QMS PRACTITIONER Ivy Msomi L/SHIP SPEC. Vacant M GRANTS PRACT Mpho Mothapo DG PRACTTIONER Happiness Mlambo REG. MANAGER GP Vacant REG. MANAGER KZN Rajen Naidoo REG. MANAGER W/C Mzi Dube QA MANAGER Tshidi Magonare

Apprenticeship Manager David Duke PROCUREMENT MANAGER Vacant LE D MANAGER Marriam KwakwaChristopher ACCOUNTS MANAGER Munya Makota Highlights of the SLA Targets ISO 9000/2000 certification-international validation of policies and procedures Alliance with the shutdown network forum -1000 artisans trained South African Petroleum industries Association-50 women in Petroleum and Oil industry Project benefited ETDQA from the NSDS-3000 learners were enrolled -80% completed the training 229 small-supported through the voucher scheme & MD 281 companies ( large and small) supported through mandatory grants Science Engineering and technology project-benefited young school

girls wishing to enter the chemical sector Annual Financial Statements & Audit Results 2006-2007 Unqualified audit report 18% INCREASE IN Skills Development Levy income from R 155m for the year ended March 2006 to R 182m for the year ended March 2007 Grant expenses accounted for 81% of grant levy income received R'000 Annual Financial Statements & Audit Results 2006-2007 cont. 190,000 Levy Grants Received vs Grants Expenses from 2001 to 2007 180,000 170,000 160,000 150,000 140,000 130,000 120,000 110,000 100,000 90,000

80,000 70,000 60,000 50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Levy Grants Received in R'000 26,295 90,082 99,758 113,025 126,043 135,943 159,867 23,159 78,415

94,075 108,866 135,777 181,341 130,245 88% 87% 94% Grants Expenses in R'000 Disbursem ent % 96% YEAR 108% 133% 81% Levy Grants Received in R'000 Grants Expenses in R'000 Disbursem ent %

Annual Financial Statements & Audit Results 2006-2007 cont. Levy Grant Disbursem ent by Com pany Size 160 151 160 121 140 Number of Companies 120 100 80 Levy Grants Disbursed 60 40 20 0 Large Com panies (More than 150 Em ployees) M edium Com panies (51 to 149 Em ployees)

Sm all Com panies (Less than 50 Em ployees) Annual Financial Statements & Audit Results 2006-2007 cont. Levy Grants Disbursement per Chamber 180 167 160 139 Num ber of Com panies 140 120 100 88 Levy Grants Disbursed 80 60

40 25 13 20 0 FMCG Pharmaceuticals Petroleum & Base Chemicals Glass Explosives and fertilisers Speciality chemicals and surface coatings Annual Financial Statements & Audit Results 2006-2007 cont. Total return on investment funds for the year R 8,5m

Total revenue increased by 26% from R 169m in 2006 to R 212m in 2007 Total expenses as a total percent of revenue = 90% Financial Highlights 2006/2007 R 27m of surplus funds (administration savings, investment income, unclaimed grants) swept to discretionary reserves for sector priorities and strategic projects A further R 35m allocated to Discretionary Grants for the 2007 -2008 circle Employee compensation costs representing 50% of administration levy income for the year ended 31 March 2007 (59% in 2006) Ratio of current assets to current liabilities decrease from 2,39:1 in 2006 to 1,87:1 in 2007 50% increase in current liabilities from R63m in 2006 to R127m in 2007 Annual Financial Statements & Audit Results 2006-2007 cont. Total return on investment funds for the year R 8,5m Total revenue increased by 26% from R 169m in 2006 to R 212m in 2007 Total expenses as a total percent of revenue = 90%

WAY FORWARD NEXT FINANCIAL YEAR New business plan approved by the board Guide on scarce /critical skills of National strategy Support BEE firms supported by skills development plans Young learners to be trained/mentored Provider institutions accredited for new ventures Sector needs analysis Improve wellness Financial performance: internal/external audit Compliance with statutory and legislative frameworks Integrated MIS Development of WSP DoL scorecard ISOEs in place MoUs with industry associations THANK YOU

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