Amazing List All SETA Websites

A useful list of all the amazing SETA websites. SETAs design, develop and implement sector skills plans, promote learnerships and distribute funds in their sectors.

Sector Education and Training Authorities

SETAs design, develop and implement sector skills plans, promote learnerships and distribute funds in their sectors.

SETAs fall under the QCTO, the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations. Together they drive the development and implementation of the new Occupational certificates. To view the latest list of occupational qualifications, click the links below:

List of all SETA websites

I hope you find the information you’re searching for! Also remember to check the DHET website for information.

Click for a complete list of SETA contact information including emails and physical addresses.

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  1. Boniswa Nomzanga

    Hi I am Nomzanga Boniswa I was born on 1995 /04/20 .I’m here looking for an Admin. Work since I have experienced working as an Admin Clerk for the period of 2 years and 5 months. I like working in a busy environment because I want to explore my knowledge. Also I like working around SA I’m not a choosy person. I’m from Eastern Cape.Also I would like to get an opportunity to be an intern I did public law on my N6 Certificate ,I would like to work to one of the SA Courts.

    Your offer will be appreciated.

  2. Odwa

    Hi I’m currently looking for in service training under human resource management.I have N4 N5 and N6

  3. Gavin

    My daughter are under a program
    For hair ext. She’s unemployed but are told that she must get her own clients ,clients must pay for products used ,if they dont pay monies will be deducted from learners stipend ,she live out of town take bus and taxi to college it amounts to R60 a day ,yet stipend are not yet paid to learners ,is this procedure correct from the said if the owner who facilitate this program

  4. Leonie Hall

    Go back to school Zimasa! You’ll appreciate having the guts to do it again when you’re older and have your own kids.
    You’re young, a year invested in your future is a small price to pay. Your other option is to apply for supplementary exams. This means you have an opportunity to learn harder and get your marks up.
    If you don’t have money for school fees that’s not your problem, you’re a kid! Go to school anyway, join a class and refuse to leave. Don’t get aggressive or rude, calmly say you are there to learn, it’s your right. Ask friends to record incidents on their phones and post them. If they kick you out go to your nearest court and tell them you want to lodge a complaint for the Constitution Court as you are being denied your right to education.
    Let me know!

  5. zimasa

    I want learn but I don’t have money for go to school I failed grade 12

  6. Loster

    Please notify me with any learnerships, I am unemployed with matric

  7. Loster

    Hi I am loster looking for any learnerships, I am unemployed with matric and would like to have experience and qualifications

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