EWSETA

As one of South Africa’s 21 SETAs, the Energy and Water Sector Education and Training Authority (EWSETA) was established in terms of Section 9 of the Skills Development Act (SDA), 97 of 1998, as amended and reports to the Honourable Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology.

OUR VISION

Our Vision is to be the recognised and reputable authority in skills development facilitation for the energy and water sectors.

OUR MISSION

Our Mission sets the tajectory for the pursuit of our vision by:

  • Comprehensively researching and understanding the skills demand and supply forces in the sector.

  • Coordinating, facilitating and quality assuring sector relevant skills development programmes for our stakeholders in line with stated national skills development priorities.

  • Generating, articulating and executing a sector skills pipeline that impacts positively on the government’s economic growth policies to create employment and eradicate policy.

OUR VALUES

VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

Keeping the EWSETA’s vision, mandate and values at the forefront of associated decision making and action.

STAKEHOLDER ORIENTATION

Cultivating strategic stakeholder relationships and ensuring that shareholder perspectives are the driving force behind all value added organisational activities.

DRIVING FOR RESULT

Setting high goals for personal and group accomplishment, monitoring progress towards goal attainment and working tenaciously to meet or exceed those goals while deriving satisfaction from the process of goal achievement and continuous improvement.

QUALITY ORIENTATION

Accomplishing objectives and tasks by considering all areas involved and showing concern for all activities and engagements, while accurately establishing and controlling processes and systems and being watchful over the period of our establishment.

COLLABORATIVE WORKING RELATIONSHIPS

Developing and using collaborative relationships to facilitate the accomplishment of business goals.

CONTINUOUS LEARNING & RESEARCH

Actively identifying new areas for organisational learning and positioning, regularly creating and and taking advantage of learning opportunities and using newly gained  knowledge to drive organisational and personal performance and delivery.

PERSONAL INTEGRITY

Interacting with others in a way that instills confidence in the intentions of the organisation and its employees.