The Local Government Sector Education and Training Authority (LGSETA) provides an environment to facilitate the training and up skilling of various employees and people involved in local government structures, as well as unemployed South Africans.
This entails creating and implementing a variety of skills development interventions such as, the Sector Skills Plan (SSP) and learning programmes aimed at local government employees and others working within the sphere such as traditional leaders and ward councillors.
As a developing country, South Africa’s workforce plays a key role in service delivery hence, the importance of having a skilled and capable workers cannot be overemphasised; not only does it improve the lives of South Africans, but it also assists local government structures in meeting their constitutional mandate.
We are on a mission to partner with our strategic stakeholders to create a pool of local government skills, relevant for effective and efficient service delivery and economic prosperity of our local communities across South Africa.
To be the lead SETA by facilitating skills development at municipal level across South Africa.
As the LGSETA is envisioning a greater future, its values are:
LGSETA recently established a partnership with the Vaal University of Technology (VUT) to develop and implement a training intervention programme as well as to, advance research and training capacity to promote the National Skills Development Strategy (NSDSIII).
One of the important aspects of the National Skills development strategy is to promote partnerships between employers, public education institutions such as VUT, private training providers and Setas.
|North West||Civic Centre – Ballroom Hall, Cnr Bram Fischer and Emily Hobhouse, Klerksdorp.||26 January 2016||10H00|
|Gauteng||LGSETA Auditorium, 47 van Buuren Road, Bedfordview||27 January 2016||10H00|
|Northern Cape||SALGA Northern Cape, Block Two, Montrio Corporate Park, 10 Oliver Road, Monument Heights, Kimberley, 8301||27 January 2016||10H00|
|Free State||Bram Fischer Building, Mangaung Metro Municipality, Rose Hall A, Nelson Mandela Drive, Bloemfontein, 9300||28 January 2016||10H00|
|KwaZulu Natal||Office of the Premier Training Academy in Umbilo, 321 ZK Matthews Glenwood Durban||29 January 2016||10H00|
|Limpopo||Mopani SE TVET College, Cnr Combretum and Haarlem Street, Phalaborwa, 1390||08 February 2016||10H00|
|Western Cape||City of Cape Town, 12 Hertzog Boulevard, 5th Floor Podium, Banquet Hall, Civic Centre||12 February 2016||10H00|
|Eastern Cape||Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality City Hall Auditorium, Port Elizabeth||15 February 2016||10H00|
|Mpumalanga||Gert Sibande District Municipality, Cnr Joubert and Oosthuizen Street, Ermelo, 2350||17 February 2016||10H00|
|North West||Rustenburg||03 February 2016||Tel: 011 456 8579|
|Gauteng||Johannesburg||04 February 2016||Tel: 011 456 8579|
|Northern Cape||Upington||16 February 2016||Tel: 051 448 2481|
|Free State||Bloemfontein||12 February 2015||Tel: 051 448 2481|
|KwaZulu Natal||Durban||23 February 2016||Tel:031 337 9085/9178|
|Limpopo||Phalaborwa||09 February 2016||Tel: 012 341 3324/5/6|
|Western Cape||Beaufort West||03 March 2016||Tel: 021 686 7081/2|
|Eastern Cape||East London||10 February 2016||Tel: 043 726 2404|
|Mpumalanga||Nelspruit||18 February 2016||Tel: 012 341 3324/5/6|