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Skills Development Amendment Act, No. 31 of 2003
To amend the Skills Development Act, 1998, so as to define certain expressions and amend certain definitions; to extend the functions of the National Skills Authority; to change the composition of the National Skills Authority; to extend the Minister’s powers in respect of SETAs; to provide anew for the obligations of SETAs in respect of financial management; to require SETAs to conclude service level agreements with the Director-General; to ensure that the membership of SETAs are representative of designated groups; to empower the Minister to make regulations regarding learnership agreements; to regulate private employment service agencies; to allow the use of money in the National Skills Fund for the administration of the Fund; to provide anew for budgeting in respect of training by national and provincial public entities; to empower the Minister to establish and promote a national standard to promote good practice in skills development; to extend the Minister’s power to make regulations; and to amend Schedule 2; to effect consequential amendments to the Mine Health and Safety Act, 1996; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
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