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Welcome to CHIETA The Chemical Industries Education & Training Authority

The Chemical Industries Education & Training Authority (CHIETA) is a statutory body established by the Skills Development Act (1998). The Chemical SETA was established to facilitate skills development in the chemical industries sector and ensure that skills needs are identified and addressed through a number of initiatives by the SETA and the sector.

Learners Seeking Employment - SSDD

The Supply Side Database is a web-based initiative that contains a pool of qualified learners and graduates seeking work integrated learning and employment.

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Strategic Projects And Grants

Is set out to encourage employers and stakeholders to contribute towards the achievement of the objectives of the Human Resources Development Strategy.

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Warning: Internships Scam Alert

The CHIETA would like to alert all stakeholders that there is a SCAM email circulating about Chemical Engineering internships being offered.

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    Communiqué on CHIETA Systems Transition

    Communiqué on CHIETA Systems Transition

    The CHIETA circulates this communiqué to provide information to its stakeholders as per the above subject. Stakeholders are required to take note that CHIETA is in transition from its previous outsourced Management Information System (MIS) to an...

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    Durban Regional Skills Forum - Monday, February 18, 2019
    Date: 19 February 2019 - Venue: Southern Sun Elangeni & Maharani – Entrance at Maharani Tower – 2ND Floor, 63 Snell Parade 
    PE Regional Skills Forum - Monday, February 18, 2019
    Date: 20 February 2019 - Venue: The Beach Hotel – Marine Drive Summerstrand 
    Toolkit - Wednesday, May 23, 2018
    Skills Development Committee Toolkit  read more ...



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