Participants will gain valuable insights on how workplace forums work and the roles of the committee members.

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In terms of SETA regulations, organisations need to have a skills development committee in place in order to apply for SETA discretionary funding. This this will equip skills development forum or committee members with a good understanding of skills development and the need for workplace implementation of skills development initiatives.

Participants will gain valuable insights on how workplace forums work and the roles of the committee members. They will also be given excellent introduction to skills development, the skills planning process, and the types of grants and pivotal programmes that are in place. In addition, they will learn about the workplace skills plan and the annual training report.


  • 1 day


  • 09:00 – 15:30


Melissa Subban

Melissa is a People Strategist who helps leaders create happy human experiences across a business value cycle. Melissa worked for over 15 years in the corporate world as a Change & Communications Manager, Service Delivery Manager, Program Manager & Learnership Coordinator. After a successful career helping Business Strategy and Architecture with human-centred design for customers, vendors, employees and internal stakeholders, Melissa now advises companies on how to create and implement people strategies, customer journeys and communication plans that focus on happy human experiences. She gets to exude her inner fairy for a living! and enjoys painting, yoga and other mind-body-spirit practices.

Melissa is available for your employee program designs and consultations on any creative business development.

This course is being facilitated in partnership with HR Support Services (HRSS)


Tel: 011 298 9400

Email: sales@seifsa.co.za


Additional information

Online Webinar, SEIFSA 42 Anderson Street Marshaltown 6th Floor


5 July 2022, 11 July 2022, 10 August 2022, 6 September 2022, 9 November 2022


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