AgriSETA creates and promotes opportunities for social, economic and employment growth for agri-enterprises through relevant, quality and accessible education, training and development in both primary and secondary agriculture, in conjunction with other stakeholders in agriculture.
The scope of AgriSETA covers the agricultural sector from input services to the farm, activities on the farm and the first level processing activities from the farm.
In terms of the Skills Development Act, we are responsible for the skills development of the agricultural workforce, employed and unemployed. The AgriSETA facilitates the implementation of learning through Learnerships, Skills Programmes, Adult Education and Training, and tertiary studies or in-service training by allocating grants and bursaries. It also supports apprentices, interns and mentorships.
To ensure the quality provision of education and training, we are also responsible for accrediting sector-specific training providers and for monitoring the standard of training presented.
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1. Ms Gaitsiwe Sharon Sepeng (Chairperson)
2. Ms Bagcinile Wendy Cele
3. Ms Linda Gqokoma
4. Mr Andre Kriel
5. Mr Ernest Mmako
6. Mr Mayoyo Mngomezulu
8. Ms Pinki Luwaca
9. Mr Mlulami Mahanjana
10. Ms Stella Mthembu
11. Mr Anton Rabe
12. Ms Kgadi Senyatsi
13. Mr Christo van der Rheede
14. Mr Kabelo Tsimatsima
15. Adv. Eliot Thalente Mhlongo
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AgriSETA breaks new ground with strategic public private partnerships to empower black small holders and land reform beneficiaries
AgriSETA signed partnership agreements with Citrus Growers Association (CGA) and RCL Food.
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AgriSETA hereby caution members of the public against an organised syndicate(s) scamming unsuspecting members of the public, training providers and our stakeholders, and who are claiming to act on behalf of AgriSETA.
One of the ways in which the syndicate operates, is by requesting quotations for various goods and services on a quotation form with the fake logo of AgriSETA. Once the official order is placed, the syndicate requests upfront payment before delivery of the goods or service, which will not be forthcoming.
AgriSETA condemns such illegal activity and encourages service providers to confirm the legitimacy of purchase orders with the AgriSETA Supply Chain Management (SCM), prior to processing and delivering goods. To confirm the legitimacy of purchase orders, please contact: Ms Sindiswa Dlamini AgriSETA SCM Manager firstname.lastname@example.org (012) 301 5600 or Ms Dineo Dlhongolo email@example.com or Ms Tebogo Mapitsi firstname.lastname@example.org
AgriSETA cannot be held liable for any transactions entered into under fraudulent claim.
Accredited Training Providers
Registration of Assessors/Moderators(Documents/Requirements)
Agriculture qualifications / Higher Learning Institutions
Learning Programs Applications(bursaries/internships/training, etc.)
Careers in agriculture
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Payments of Discretionary Grants – 2020/2021
Finance and Supply Chain Management
Agri Quality Assurance
Human Resource Management