A Workplace Skills Plan is a strategic document that articulates how the employer will address the training and development needs in the workplace.
A facilitator must develop and submit a WSP annually to comply with South Africa’s current Skills Development legislation.
A registered Skills Development Facilitator (SDF) or another qualified person will compile the WSP and submit to the SETA.
By complying with legislative requirements, a company can access the various SETA grants available for skills training.
However, to qualify for these grants, organisations must also ensure that their Annual Training Reports (ATR) are also submitted with the WSP.
The ATR report shows your progress against the previous years WSP.
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