The application window period will in future open on 1 August and close on 15 September of each year, for the following learning programmes: Bursaries, Internships, Artisan Development and Graduate Placement. Application invitations for Adult Education,Skills Programmes, Land Reform and Mentoring, Learnerships, applications are open from 1 October - 15 November of each year.
A programme for learners that require tuition (full-time or part-time) at a College, University of Technology or University for a certain period of time in order to achieve a formal qualification e.g. a Certificate, Diploma or Degree.
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Internship is an on-the-job training for students who need up to a maximum of 12 months structured programme for practical exposure to complete their Higher Education and Training (HET) or Further Education and Training (FET) studies. The programme is for students who require practical experience in order to complete a qualification. The duration of the programme is usually twelve (12) months.
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From 1 September 2017, AgriSETA will introduce Online application system, please visit AgriSETA website, Home Page,
a) INDICIUM (indicated in red at the top of the homepage) – SDF/USER LOGON,
b) Online Discretionary Grant Application.
Upload all signed documents when using online application system.
No late application will be considered.
Click here to download the application form and email applications to: firstname.lastname@example.org
GRADUATE PLACEMENT / INTERNSHIPS
For those who completed their studies in scarce and critical skills areas, but still cannot find employment because they have no experience (normally for one year).
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ADULT EDUCATION AND TRAINING (AET)
SUPPORT TO RURAL STRUCTURES
Functional Land Reform Projects (Restitution and Redistribution) can access support in terms of Mentorships, Governance non-aligned Skills Programmes, and furthermore learnerships offered by the SETA.
NB: Note should be taken that all requests for non-aligned Governance Skills Programmes and Mentorship should be through a proposal to the SETA.
Please view the guidelines in the mailer on the homepage link.
A Learnership is a vocational education and training programme. It combines theory
and practice, culminating in a qualification that is registered with SAQA.
A person who successfully completes a learnership will have a qualification that
signifies occupational competence and is recognised throughout the country
A programme aimed at supporting Commodity Organisations in the agricultural sector. Commodity Organisations are identified and recognised by AgriSETA as and when approached by such Organisations. Support to Commodity organisation may include but not limited to AgriSETA learning programmes. Requests to participate in this programme shall be expressed through a proposal during the application window period.
Commodity organizations are a group of farmers who have grouped themselves into organizations committed to developing the agricultural commodities in all agricultural related commodities and offering assistance to other members of the organization. More so, they advance commodity marketability, research, quality monitoring and in some cases help with the training of emerging farmers.
All commodity organizations applications for funding must be submitted through a uniform proposal log-frame that has been developed. However, all requests for funding of Credit bearing programmes must be directed through the relevant application window.