The MQA, that ‘OMG’ dynamic agency of mining industry development
The MQA is offering a pathetic total of 105 bursaries across 19 fields of study.
No learnerships, apprenticeships or skills development for the unemployed or retrenched in this sector. Feels like a joke right? Could be interesting doing more research into this and understanding why the sector apparently has no hope of stability or development.
Is the MQA totally underground on the industry terminology? How do you have bursaries for trades? Surely it’s an apprenticeship? <Couldn’t do the paper work huh, MQA?!>
Failing to use the correct terminology is so =%$# And what’s up DHET? You gotta check your minions…
Here’s the slightly embarrassing list of dynamism from the MQA yawwn…goodluck with Xolile.
|LEARNING PROGRAMMES||NO OF LEARNERS||PRIORITY FIELDS OF STUDY||NQF LEVEL||CONTACT PERSON||Tel|
|Chemical Engineering (Mineral Processing)|
|Electrical Engineering (Heavy Current only)|
|Environmental Health and Management|
|Jewellery Design and Manufacturing|
|Metallurgical Engineering (Extractive only)|
|Fitting, Turning & Machinery|
Opportunities in other industries
- All SETAs Bursary allocations for 2016
- AGRISETA learning programme allocations
- SERVICESSETA learning program allocations
- BANK SETA, FASSET and INSETA learning program allocations
- CHIETA learning allocations for 2016
- Construction Education and Training Authority (CETA) Apprenticeships
- HOT LIST! Current SETA Learnership Priorities
- Limited SETA Skills Program Allocations for 2016
- Learning programs prioritised by the CATHSSETA for 2016
- W&RSETA Biggest Training Allocation for 2016