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Workplace Skills Plan is a training plan covering the period 1st April of the current year to 31st March of the next year. The primary purpose of the WSP is to describe the main skills development activities that are planned for the coming year.
A good WSP should consider current and future needs, taking into account gaps identified through a skills audit, the performance management system, succession planning initiatives, and any new process or technology changes planned for the year.
If an organisation submits its WSP for the first time to a SETA it will not have an ATR for that current year because the ATR should match the targets set out in the previous year’s WSP.
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Annual Training Report; reflects the actual training data for the past year starting 1st April of the past year to the 31st March of the current year.
The Annual Training Report (ATR) is a follow-up on the WSP, as it reports on the education and training interventions that were delivered in the previous year.
Basically, this report also consists of all training attendance registers, proof of expenditure, training providers used. This report will help SETA to establish whether training was done or is in the process of being done
WSP & ATR Reports are to be submitted to the relevant SETA by 30 April each year.
Both the WSP and ATR include a section which is for PIVOTAL reports
- Pivotal Reports consists of PIVOTAL plan and PIVOTAL Training Report
- Pivotal Plan is a training plan made within the WSP and ATR templates to plan for PIVOTAL training covering the period 1st April of the current year to 31st March of the next year.
- Pivotal Training Report reflects the pivotal training done the past year starting 1st April of the past year to the 31st March of the current year.
- PIVOTAL REPORTS are part of the WSP/ATR Submission
- Pivotal programmes are professional, vocational, technical and academic learning programmes, that result in qualifications or part qualifications registered on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) that address critical and scarce skills needs.
Submission of the WSP and ATR is one of the requirements by the SETA’s in order to receive mandatory grants.
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