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Department of Higher Education and Training

Revised Strategic Plan and 2017/18 Annual Performance Plan

Presentation to the

Joint Meeting of the Portfolio

Committee on Higher Education and

Training

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Select Committee on Education and Recreation

3 May 2017

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Strategic Overview

Budget Programmes and Financial Information Programme Plans and Targets for 2017/18AdministrationPlanning, Policy and StrategyUniversity EducationTechnical and Vocational Education and TrainingSkills Development Community Education and Training

Presentation Outline

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Post School Education and Training (PSET) system needs to be an integrated system

Department provides the necessary leadership and resolved to focus on: provision of a sound legislative framework teaching and learning supportdevelopment infrastructure promote a strong stakeholder networkThe 2016/17 financial year marks exactly two years since the Department’s 2015 - 2020 Strategic Plan was tabled in Parliament

Strategic Overview

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he Department’s Strategic Plan has been reviewed Whilst a lot more remains to be done, the review has revealed that the Department has made significant progress in a number of areas:Prioritisation of funding for the marginalised, thereby enabling them to access post-school institutions and fulfil dreams of careers thought to be unrealisableImproving learning opportunities across the post-school education and training sector by expanding and strengthening the post-school distance education landscape through open learning Introduced a new institutional type, the Community Education and Training colleges – with a primary objective of promoting education and training opportunities for those young people who cannot access universities or TVET colleges

Strategic Overview

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Community Education and Training (CET) colleges have been established (one in each province)Established a branch within the Department to provide a dedicated focus for CET Transfer of TVET colleges from Provincial Departments of EducationAt an advanced stage with regard to:development of a national policy framework on disability within the post school education and training institutionsthe revised National Qualifications Framework Act Finalised the Policy on the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)The lifespan of SETAs has been extended to 31 March 2020 including the National Skills Development Strategy III, in order to allow quality engagements with stakeholders on the future of our skills development system beyond 2020

Strategic Overview

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een vigilant performance from the system during the 2015 academic year, particularly from the university sector Graduates in most of the scarce skills areas are increasing: 12 058 engineering graduates (comprising 1 958 graduates more than the 2015 academic year target)7 259 natural and physical science graduates (comprising 659 graduates more than the 2015 academic year target) 19 124 new teachers (comprising 1 624 graduates more than the 2015 academic year target)

Strategic Overview

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Main challenges in the past two financial years:

1) Student protestsWave of student protests mainly in universities on some of the fundamental issues confronting the PSET system such as transformation, funding and student accommodation shortfallsIn January 2017, the South African FET Students Association, embarked on a strike in colleges (Shut Down of TVET Colleges) with regards to among others the backlog in certification, incomplete resulting from the November 2016 examinations, lack of infrastructure, the non-expansion of enrolments

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Strategic Overview

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While these concerns are

legitimate, the Department has been able to attend to the matters under their control especially the finalization of the November 2016 results. The Department is unable to attend to the demand for additional voted fundsEstablishment of the Presidential Commission to investigate the feasibility of fee free higher education and training, whose outcomes are envisaged in mid-2017Government has further committed to finding the resources to support children of all poor, working and middle class families – those with a household income of up to R600 000 per annum – with a grant to cover the gap between the 2015 fee and the adjusted 2017 fee at their institution

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Strategic Overview

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) System PerformanceFor the first time, the university system has not grown in accordance with the Ministerial enrolment targets for two academic years (2014 and 2015), i.e. 1 000 100 and 1 020 000 respectivelyTVET college sector enrolled 14 465 less enrolments in 2015 than the targeted 725 000. Preliminary figures also show that enrolments in 2016 are below target Certification rates in NC(V) L4, N3 and N6 programmes offered by TVET colleges are constantly below target as a result of the poor quality of provision due to: insufficient fundinglimited resources including infrastructure in TVET colleges

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Strategic Overview

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Certification

Backlog approximately 233 000 of the 236 000 outstanding certificates for the National Certificate (Vocational) qualifications on offer at TVET colleges have been processed and released thus farThis number forms part of the NC(V) certificate backlog dating as far back as November 2007

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Strategic Overview

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Overview of the revised Strategic Plan: 2015

– 2020Strategic thrust will continue to focus on the provision of a sound legislative framework, appropriate teaching and learning support, infrastructure development and the promotion of strong stakeholder networkIn particular, the Department aims to strengthen its oversight of TVET colleges in terms of the required steering mechanisms, and teaching and learning support, e.g. review TVET qualifications review curricular within the TVET system review the examination system and conduct policy for NC(V) improve learning assessment services in TVET colleges

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Strategic Overview

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Targets in the Medium Term Strategic Framework (MTSF) that are currently not funded have also been reviewed:

Foundation programme in TVET colleges Student accommodation in TVET colleges As a result, the APP has no targets related to these areas:Number of TVET students enrolled in foundation programmes Success rate in foundation programme Number of additional beds for students accommodation in public TVET colleges The following targets have been reduced Headcount enrolments in TVET colleges Certification rates in NCV L4 and N3

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Strategic Overview

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) Administration Ministry, Director-General and Departmental support functions2) Planning, Policy and Strategy Responsible for the development, implementation and monitoring of Departmental policies and HRD strategy for South Africa3) University Education Responsible for the university and private higher education institutions, NSFAS, CHE and national institutes for higher education4) Technical and Vocational Education and Training Responsible for the TVET sector5) Skills Development Responsible for the skills sector, national skills development strategy, skills development policy and management of the skills levy6) Community Education and Training Mainly responsible for the Community Education and Training sector

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Budget Structure

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The funding of Higher Education and Training (including the skills levy) within the current fiscal framework of Government indicates the following:

With reference to the Budget Review (National Treasury), Post-School Education and Training grows by 9.2% over the 2017 MTEF, the second largest growth percentage after debt service costThe next slide reflects on spending patterns compared to various consolidated spending items within Government including the GDP, consolidated spending, education and total spending within National Government

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Budget Review

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Allocation

2017/182018/192019/20R'millionR'millionR'millionHigher Education and Training68 949.09578 639.95483 774.977Year-on-year growth6.65%14.06%6.53%Including Year 1 NSF/SETA Funds73 947.09578 639.95483 774.977Year-on-year growth14.38%6.35%6.53%GDP4 741 0005 129 0005 546 000Higher Education % of GDP1.45%1.53%1.51%Consolidated Government Expenditure1 563 1271 677 0891 814 321Year-on-year growth8.16%7.29%8.18%Higher Education % Consolidated Spending4.41%4.69%4.62%Total Education Expenditure310 129331 351358 688Year-on-year growth8.50%6.84%8.25%Higher Education % Education Expenditure22.23%23.73%23.36%Total National Government Expenditure758 500822 100898 900Year-on-year growth7.22%8.38%9.34%Higher Education % National Expenditure9.09%9.57%9.32%

Budget Review

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R’millionTotal Voted Funds68 949Less: Direct Charges (Skills levy to SETAs and NSF)16 641Balance of voted funds52 308Less: Transfers:Universities31 607NSFAS10 143Public Entities244TVET Colleges1 328CET Colleges104Other27Less: Compensation of Employees8 425Less: Earmarked funds64Balance available for operational costs366

Budget Review

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Allocation

2017/182018/192019/20R'millionR'millionR'millionUniversity funding43 956.06246 515.16449 132.629% Funding59.44%59.15%58.65%TVET Colleges funding9 474.48710 048.37910 788.807% Funding12.81%12.78%12.88%CET College funding1 997.8002 124.5782 283.306% Funding2.70%2.70%2.73%Public Entities and other transfers441.610467.223493.389% Funding0.60%0.59%0.59%Examination Services294.754314.938336.481% Funding0.40%0.40%0.40%Indlela76.50087.14193.633% Funding0.10%0.11%0.11%Skills levy16 641.45617 968.20419 454.123% Funding22.50%22.85%23.22%Operations (Including CoE and Earmarked)1 064.4261 114.3271 192.609% Funding1.44%1.42%1.42%

Budget Review

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The budget of the Department includes “direct charges” which are amounts that constitute a direct commitment from the National Revenue Fund in terms of specific legislative requirements and are not defined as voted funds. The “direct charges” for the Department is the skills levy revenue collected by SARS for the SETAs and NSF

For the 2017 MTEF period, the skills levy increases at an annual average rate of 8.0% from R15.5 billion (downward adjustment of the estimated levy collections by National Treasury) in 2016/17 to R19.5 billion in 2019/20

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Skills Levy

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The initial baseline allocations for the 2017 MTEF were reduced by National Treasury with a total amount of R10.974 billion to reflect the current lower than projected levy collection trend as follows:

SETAs: R2.437 billion in 2017/18 , R3.271 billion in 2018/19 and R3.071 billion in 2019/20NSF: R609.1 million in 2017/18 , R817.9 million in 2018/19 and R767.7 million in 2019/20The skills levy allocations based on the revised collection trend over the 2017 MTEF are as follows: 2017/18: SETAs R13.313 billion NSF R3.328 billion 2018/19: SETAs R14.375 billion NSF R3.594 billion 2019/20: SETAs R15.563 billion NSF R3.891 billion

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Skills Levy

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When excluding the skills levy, the Department’s budget increases at an annual average rate of 9.4%, from R49.2 billion in 2016/17 to R64.3 billion in 2019/20

The allocation for 2017/18 amounts to R52.3 billion, which is an increase of R3.1 billion (nominal increase of 6.3%) on the 2016/17 allocationThe Department’s budget is dominated by Programme 3: University Education, which represents 80.2% of the budget in 2017/18, mainly as a result of the subsidy payments to universities and the National Student Financial Aid Scheme. As a result, transfer payments also dominate the budget in terms of the economic classification of expenditure

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Budget Trends

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Normal Departmental services represents R8.855 billion (16.9%) of the budget which consist of compensation of employees and the operational activities of the Department.

Excludes all transfer payments (such as universities, TVET colleges, CET colleges, public entities) as well as earmarked funds (such as for the rental costs of buildings) For 2017/18, compensation of employees amounts to R8.425 billion (95.1%) of Departmental services. This leaves the Department with an amount of R429.541 million (0.8%) for normal operational activities including earmarked allocations

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Budget Trends

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Resources are limited (R365.858 million excluding earmarked allocations), especially taking into account that examination services as well as the operations of Indlela are accommodated within this amount

Current funding (2017/18) of both examination services (R95.741 million) and the operations of Indlela (R10.865 million) is below requirements and it leaves only R259.252 million for the operations of the rest of the Department including the Regional Offices

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Budget Trends

Compensation of Employees

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Departmental

859 331

TVET Colleges

5 535 383

Examiners and Moderators

137 554

CET Colleges

1 893 110

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Department’s baseline adjustments (additional allocations) over the 2017 MTEF amounts to R5.345 billion in 2018/19 and R5.717 billion in 2019/20. These additional funds are mainly for the following purposes:National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) - Unfunded university students from the 2016 academic year R2.560 billion in 2018/19 and R2.764 billion in 2019/20Compensation for the carry-through cost of the 8% fee increase for the 2017 academic year:Universities: 2018/19: R2.618 billion 2019/20: R2.775 billionTVET Colleges: 2018/19: R168.0 million 2019/20: R178.5 million

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Budget Trends

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The impact of the

8% fee increase for the 2017 academic year (during the 2017/18 financial year) is funded through reprioritisation of funds within the PSET systemThe funds have been earmarked from SETA and NSF surpluses and amounts to R4.988 billion as follows:National Student Financial Aid Scheme: R2.370 billionUniversities: R2.460 billion TVET Colleges: R158 million Department provisionally received an additional R5 billion for the 2019/20 financial year. This amount must still be allocated and distributed within the PSET system. Refer to the Budget Review of National Treasury (page 52 to 54)

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Budget Trends

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view of Government’s cost containment measures, the Department’s baseline allocation were also reduced with R8.460 million (2017/18) ; R8.623 million (2018/19) and R9.763 million (2019/20) as follows:- Compensation of Employees: 2017/18: R4.463 million 2018/19: R4.789 million 2019/20: R5.153 million- Goods and services: 2017/18: R3.909 million 2018/19: R3.753 million 2019/20: R4.508 million- Capital assets: 2017/18: R88 000 2018/19: R81 000 2019/20: R102 000Baseline reductions were absorbed within Department and forms part of final allocations for each budget programme

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Budget Trends

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ProgrammeAdjusted AppropriationMedium-Term Expenditure EstimateR’0002016/172017/182018/192019/20Administration372 738403 356440 974471 562Planning, Policy and Strategy71 58473 29879 67985 729University Education39 532 49341 943 53349 498 59152 344 416Technical and Vocational Education and Training6 960 2447 408 2498 029 3068 604 512 Skills Development181 443 244 293 266 770 284 341 Community Education and Training2 069 7772 234 9102 356 4302 530 294Subtotal49 188 27952 307 63960 671 75064 320 854Skills Levy15 462 17016 641 45617 968 20419 454 123Total64 650 44968 949 09578 639 95483 774 977

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Allocations per Budget Programme

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Economic classificationAdjusted AppropriationMedium-Term Expenditure EstimateR’0002016/172017/182018/192019/20Compensation of Employees7 573 7128 425 3788 956 9649 637 693Goods and Services374 574420 402444 510468 857Transfers and subsidies (See next slide for detail)41 232 28843 452 72051 260 88754 204 406Payments for capital assets7 7059 1399 3899 898Subtotal49 188 27952 307 63960 671 75064 320 854Skills levy15 462 17016 641 45617 968 20419 454 123Total64 650 44968 949 09578 639 95483 774 977

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Allocations per Economic Classification

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Economic classificationDetail of Transfer PaymentsAdjusted AppropriationMedium-Term Expenditure EstimateR’0002016/172017/182018/192019/20National Student Financial Aid Scheme11 392 67410 143 09113 138 06713 935 227Public entities (SAQA, CHE, QCTO, PSETA)176 688243 566257 693272 125ETDPSETA: Training contribution46 36315 15816 03616 934Universities27 964 81831 606 84136 152 85938 187 890TVET Colleges1 534 8481 328 0961 573 5381 662 665Community Education Training Colleges98 202103 898109 924116 080Universities South Africa (HEAIDS)8 1728 5819 0799 587Commonwealth of Learning and IBSA2 8963 4893 6913 898Leave gratuities7 627---Total41 232 28843 452 72051 260 88754 204 406

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Detail of Transfer Payments

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Department received a substantial baseline increase for the funding of the estimated shortfalls especially at universities

Despite this fiscal injection, there are still some serious service delivery requirements that cannot be addressedDepartment remains unable to attain the growth requirements within the PSET system in terms of enrolments, infrastructure development, increased operations and student supportShould be note that three targets reflected in the APP will not be reached due to lack of funding. These targets are:- Student accommodation (Strategic Plan page 56)- Lecturer Industry Exposure (Strategic Plan page 57)TVET Foundation Programmes and success rate (Strategic Plan page 57)

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Key

Budget Pressures Facing

the Department

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Department

is also at risk of not meeting the targets set in the NDP especially in terms of enrolmentsLimitations are placed on Departmental operations such as the rolling out of the new organizational structure, ensuring appropriate regional presence and examination servicesInstitutional as well as grant monitoring and evaluation is limited to most critical areasReliance on NSF and other donor support such as for career guidance, HEAIDS programme and activities of the National Artisan Moderation BodyReliance on the NSF is also jeopardising the ability of the NSF to support artisan development and to increase student funding through NSFAS at universities and TVET colleges

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Key

Budget Pressures Facing

the Department

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Programme Purpose: Provide strategic leadership, management and support services to the departmentProgramme 1 has three objectives: To ensure effective human resource management within the Department through sound human resource management practices including staffing, human resource development, performance management, labour relations and human resource administrative systemsTo ensure effective financial management practices through the application of good financial management systems, including management accounting, financial accounting and supply chain management in line with the requirements of the PFMATo improve ICT services in relation to procurement, management and maintenance of hardware, software and networks

Programme 1: Administration

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Following targets are planned for the 2017/18 financial year:Fill 90% of approved positions from a baseline of 93.1% in 2015 Reduce the average number of days to fill an advertised position to 180 from a baseline of 221 days Resolve all (100%) disciplinary cases within 90 days from a baseline of 47% Pay valid invoices received from creditors within 30 days Maintain an unqualified audit opinion from the Auditor General Improve organisational ICT services

Programme 1: Administration

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Planned initiatives include the following:Revise and finalise the Human Resource Plan by 30 June 2017Develop a plan to improve HR recruitment and selection processes by 30 September 2017Develop a plan to reduce the number of days to resolve disciplinary cases by 31 December 2017Develop a system to track invoices received by 30 June 2017Develop a remedial plan on audit findings of the previous financial year by 30 September 2017Implement ICT improvement initiatives coveringestablishment of data centre infrastructure by 31 December 2017implementation of ICT governance framework by 31 December 2017developing ICT procurement plan for 2018/19 by 31 March 2018implementing ICT support improvement plan by 30 June 2017 developing ICT strategy and system implementation by 30 September 2017

Programme 1: Administration

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Programme Purpose: To provide strategic direction in the development, implementation and monitoring of departmental policies and the HRD strategy for South AfricaProgramme 2 has five objectives: To ensure a sound PSET system through the development of appropriate steering mechanisms To ensure effective oversight of the PSET system by implementing an M&E framework To implement teaching and learning support plans To provide student support services in order to promote the success of students within the PSET systemTo provide management with information and statistics on PSET performance annually

Programme 2:

Planning, Policy and Strategy

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Following targets are planned for the 2017/18 financial year:1) Develop steering mechanisms for PSET as follows:Policy Framework on Disability National Qualifications Framework Bill for submission to Cabinet for promulgation List of occupations in high demandApprove 5 oversight reports by 31 March 2018 covering various areas as follows:Social Inclusion in PSET Open Learning in PSET Career Development Services Status on International Relations in respect to PSETInvestment trends in PSET

Programme 2:

Planning, Policy and Strategy

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Student support services Institutionalise career development and report on implementation Develop a communication strategy for student support servicesManagement information system - Design a Management Information System for Public Community CollegesStatistics on Post School Education and Training - Publish annual statistics on Post-School Education and Training reportNB: Planned completion date for all the outputs above is 31 March 2018. However, activities towards the finalisation of the outputs will be monitored and reported on a quarter basis as per APP

Programme 2:

Planning, Policy and Strategy

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Programme Purpose: To develop and coordinate policy and regulatory frameworks for an effective and efficient university education system. Provide financial support to universities, National Student Financial Aid Scheme and National Institutes for Higher EducationProgramme 3 has seven objectives: To ensure a sound PSET system through the development of appropriate steering mechanisms for university education To ensure integrated planning in support of improved collaboration within the PSET sub-systemsTo implement oversight instruments on higher education institutions to ensure effective monitoring and evaluation of the university education sector

Programme 3: University Education

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To provide teaching and learning support services aimed at improving access to quality teaching and learning in higher education institutions To provide student support services for higher education institutions in order to promote the success of students within the PSET systemTo annually provide management information and statistics on the performance of higher education institutionsTo ensure a strong university education stakeholder network in support of effective collaboration of stakeholders within the PSET system

Programme 3: University Education

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Following targets are planned for the 2017/18 financial year:Develop new steering mechanisms for university education as follows: Central Applications Services Policy (by 30 September 2017)Policy framework on collaboration between professional bodies, Government departments and quality councils (by 31 March 2018)Amended NSFAS Act submitted to Cabinet for promulgation by 31 March 2018Develop a National Plan for PSET by 31 March 2018

Programme 3: University Education

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Approve 15 oversight reports covering various areas as follows:HEAIDS Programme for the 2016/17 financial yearFinancial health of universities in the 2015 academic year Effective use of the 2016/17 Foundation Provision Grant Teaching and Learning Development Capacity Improvement ProgrammeEffective use of the Teaching Development Grant for the period 2014/15- 2016/17Effective use of the Research Development Grant for the period 2014/15-2016/172016 Research outputs of universitiesEffective use of the infrastructure and efficiency grants for 24 universities

Programme 3: University Education

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Effective use of new universities earmarked grantAchievement of Ministerial enrolment targetsInstitutional governanceImplementation of the Staffing South Africa’s Universities Framework (SSAUF) ProgrammePrivate Higher Education Institutions compliance with the regulationsStudent leadership capacity development programme2017 BRICS partnershipsApprove an updated cohort study report on higher education including the 2016 audited data by 31 March 2018

Programme 3: University Education

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System targets linked to sub-outcome 3 of Outcome 5 of the 2014 - 2019 MTSF to be monitored and reported annually by Programme 3Performance Indicator Baseline: 2015 academic year 2017/18 Target (2016 academic Year, reported and verified by 31 October 2017) Number of students enrolled in public higher education studies985 212995 000Number graduates in Engineering Sciences from universities12 47013 000Number of graduates in Human Health and Animal Health from universities 9 85110 400Number of graduates in Natural and Physical Sciences from universities7 9178 300Number of graduates in Initial Teacher Education from universities 20 69820 800Number of doctoral graduates from universities 2 530 2 700

Programme 3: University Education

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System targets linked to sub-outcome 3 of Outcome 5 of the 2014 - 2019 MTSF to be monitored and reported annually by Programme 3Performance Indicator Baseline: 2015 academic year 2017/18 Target (2016 academic Year, reported and verified by 31 October 2017) Number of Research Masters graduates 7 317 7 600Success rates at Universities 78%78%Higher education undergraduate success rate (contact)83%83%Higher education undergraduate success rate (distance) 68%68%Number of Universities offering accredited TVET College lecturer qualifications01Percentage of university academic staff with PhDs44%45%

Programme 3: University Education

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System targets linked to sub-outcome 3 of Outcome 5 of the 2014 - 2019 MTSF to be monitored and reported annually by Programme 3Performance Indicator Baseline: 2015 academic year 2017/18 Target (2016 academic Year, reported and verified by 31 October 2017) 13. Number of additional first-time entrants (black and women) to the academic workforce in addition to normal replacement and plans 10210014. Number of students in foundation programmes 17 97718 50015. Number of eligible university students obtaining financial aid (NSFAS)178 961205 000In addition to the above, the branch will establish baseline percentage in terms of the proportion of universities meeting standards of good governance

Programme 3: University Education

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Programme Purpose: To plan, develop, implement, monitor, maintain and evaluate national policy, programme assessment practices and systems for Technical and Vocational Education and TrainingProgramme 4 has six objectives: To develop and review TVET steering mechanisms in support of a sound PSET systemTo implement oversight instruments on TVET Colleges to ensure effective monitoring and evaluation of the TVET sectorTo provide TVET teaching and learning support plans aimed at improving access to quality teaching and learning in TVET collegesTo provide student support services for TVET colleges in support of an improved PSET system

Programme 4: Technical and Vocational

Education

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To develop infrastructure for TVET colleges to ensure optimal geographic spreadTo ensure a strong TVET stakeholder network in support of effective collaboration of stakeholders in the PSET systemFollowing targets are planned for the 2017/18 financial year:1) Develop and review policies for TVET sector as follows:Performance reporting policy for TVET colleges by 31 December 2017A policy for TVET college finance management by 31 March 2018A policy for the South African Institute for Vocational and Continuing Education and Training by 31 March 2018

Programme 4: Technical and Vocational

Education

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A policy for administration/management of student admission at TVET colleges by 31 March 2018Review and finalise the departmental policy framework on TVET qualifications by 31 March 2018Review and finalise funding framework for TVET colleges developed and approved by 30 September 2017Approve 16 oversight reports covering various areas:Conduct of public TVET college examination centres during national examinations and assessments for the 2016 academic year (Quarterly)Certification backlog eradication (Quarterly)Implementation of the IT examination services system (by 30 April 2017)

Programme 4: Technical and Vocational

Education

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The performance of students in colleges for the previous academic year (by 31 March 2018)Sampled TVET colleges for the previous academic year 2016 evaluated for compliance to recommended governance standards (by 31 March 2018) Monitoring and evaluation report on the TVET colleges (Biannually) Implementation of teaching and learning support plans in TVET colleges for the previous academic year (by 31 March 2018)Implementation of student support services plans in TVET colleges (by 31 March 2018)Implementation of strategy on strategic partnerships with key stakeholders (by 31 March 2018)

Programme 4: Technical and Vocational

Education

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3) Teaching and learning support interventionsA revised plan for the review of curricula within the TVET system for the 2018 academic will be finalised by 30 June 2017A plan for TVET College lecturer development will be developed by 31 March 2018 4) TVET college infrastructure developmentDevelop a roll-out plan by 31 March 2018 for the construction of nine TVET college campusesDevelop infrastructure funding model for TVET college sector by 31 March 2018 Develop Infrastructure maintenance plan for TVET college sector by 31 March 2018 Develop a national infrastructure asset management system for TVET colleges by 31 March 2018

Programme 4: Technical and Vocational

Education

and Training

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Planned system performance targets linked to sub-outcome 2 of Outcome 5 of the 2014-2019 MTSF to be monitored and reported annually by Programme 4Performance Indicator Baseline20152017/18Target Headcount enrolments in TVET colleges (n)710 535710 535 Comprising the following:429 638 (State funded)235 110 (College funded)45 787 (Funded from other sources)Certification rates in TVET qualifications (%)NC (V) L4: 23.3%NC (V)L4: 30%Certification rates in TVET qualifications (%)N3: 51%N3: 55%Certification rates in TVET qualifications (%)N6: 34.3%N6: 40%

Programme 4: Technical and Vocational

Education

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System targets linked to sub-outcome 2 of Outcome 5 of the 2014-2019 MTSF to be monitored and reported annually by Programme 4.Performance Indicator Baseline20152017/18Target Lead time to issue certificates to qualifying candidates (months)More than 9 months 3 months Percentage of public TVET college examination centres conducting national examinations and assessments in compliance with national policy 87%100%Number of qualifying TVET students obtaining NSFAS financial assistance per annum 298 457200 0008. Percentage of TVET institutions evaluated on implementation of proposed best practice, policies and guidelines issued by the Department of Higher Education and Training33%100%

Programme 4: Technical and Vocational

Education

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Programme 4: Technical and Vocational Education and Training

In addition to the above, the branch will establish baseline information on

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Funded NC(V) L4 students obtaining qualification within stipulated time in terms of 2012 - 2014 cohort

Throughput rate in TVET colleges

MTSF targeted areas that are not

funded:

Additional beds for student accommodation in public TVET colleges

Enrolment of TVET students in foundation programmes

Success rate in foundation

programme

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Programme Purpose: To promote and monitor the National Skills Development Strategy. Develop a skills development policy and regulatory framework for an effective skills development systemProgramme 5 has four objectives:To develop and review steering mechanisms for artisan development in support of a sound PSET systemTo implement oversight instruments on skills development to ensure effective monitoring and evaluation of artisan developmentTo ensure effective artisan development assessment services in support of an improved PSET systemTo develop infrastructure/facilities in order to improve artisan development

Programme 5: Skills Development

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Following targets are planned for the 2017/18 financial year:Review and finalise the National Skills Development Plan by 31 March 2018Approve 5 oversight reports covering the following:Implementation of the National Skills Development Strategy by SETAs (Quarterly)Implementation of good governance standards by SETAs (by 31 December 2017)Development of security infrastructure at INDLELA (by 31 March 2018)Reduce the average lead time on trade testing for all qualifying applications from the baseline of 169 days in 2015/16 to 100 days

Programme 5: Skills Development

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Performance Indicator Baseline 2015/16 Targets2017/18Number of work based learning opportunities118 582130 000Number of new artisan learners registered nationally per annum28 64027 750Number of new artisan learners qualified per annum 16 11421 110 Percentage of national artisan learners trade test pass rate (including INDLELA)54%58%Percentage of national artisan learners employed or self-employed 40%60%(2016 artisan learners data verified during 3rd quarter)Proportion of SETAs meeting standards of good governance- 60%

Planned system performance targets linked to sub-outcome 4 of Outcome 5 of the 2014-2019 MTSF to be monitored and reported annually by Programme 5

Programme 5: Skills Development

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Programme Purpose: To plan, develop, implement, monitor, maintain and evaluate national policy, programme assessment practices and systems for Community Education and TrainingProgramme 6 has three objectives:To develop and review CET steering mechanisms in support of a sound PSET systemTo implement oversight instruments on CET colleges to ensure effective monitoring and evaluation of the CET sector To provide CET teaching and learning support plans aimed at improving access to quality teaching and learning in CET colleges

Programme 6: Community Education and Training

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Following targets are planned for the 2017/18 financial year:Develop steering mechanisms for the CET sector as follows:CET service delivery model (by 30 September 2017)Reporting policy for CET colleges (by 31 March 2018)Review and finalise the funding framework for CET colleges (by 30 September 2017)Approve 3 oversight reports covering the following:the implementation of teaching and learning support framework in CET colleges (bi-annually)CET college system performance (by 31 March 2018)

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Performance Indicator Baseline2015/16 Targets2017/18Number of headcount enrolments in CET colleges-310 000Certification rates in CET formal qualification (%)-38%

Planned system performance targets linked to sub-outcome 2 of Outcome 5 of the 2014-2019 MTSF to be monitored and reported annually by Programme 6

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