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<ul><li><p>BANKSETA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2005</p><p>21 September 2005</p></li><li><p>OPENING AND WELCOME </p><p>TREVOR RAMMITLWA CORPORATE SERVICES MANAGER, BANKSETA </p></li><li><p>BANKSETA AGM AGENDA (14h00-16h00)</p><p>1. Opening and welcome Trevor Rammitlwa </p><p>2. Apologies Trevor Rammitlwa</p><p>3. Minutes of previous AGM and matters arising Trevor Rammitlwa</p><p>4. Chairmans report Sipho Ngidi </p><p>5. CEOs Report - Frank Groenewald- Approval of Financial Statements 2004/5- Approval of Annual report</p><p>6. Introduction of new Council Members </p><p>7. BANKSETA Highlights</p><p>8. General Trevor Rammitlwa </p><p>9. Closure Trevor Rammitlwa</p></li><li><p> APOLOGIES TREVOR RAMMITLWA: CORPORATE SERVICES MANAGER, BANKSETA </p></li><li><p>MINUTES OF PREVIOUS AGM &amp; MATTERS ARISING </p><p> TREVOR RAMMITLWA: CORPORATE SERVICES MANAGER, BANKSETA</p></li><li><p> BANKSETA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2005 CHAIRMANS REPORT </p><p>Sipho NgidiCHAIRMAN, BANKSETA </p></li><li><p> BANKSETA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2005 CEOS REPORT </p><p>Frank GroenewaldCEO, BANKSETA </p></li><li><p> BANKSETA Guiding Principles </p><p>Social TransformationSector participation Be cost effective Leading edge technology and best practicesResearch and BenchmarkingBe a hub for sector participation </p></li><li><p>Overview - BANKSETA# Income adjusted for changes in estimates in respect of previous years </p></li><li><p>Mandatory grantsTotal mandatory grants approved to date: R501,316 million</p></li><li><p>Surplus funds ProjectsTotal surplus funds allocated: R162,2 millionTotal surplus funds spent: R107,3 million </p></li><li><p>BANKSETA Council Employer ForumSipho Ngidi SBSA(Chair Person)Lawrence MlotshwaABSASheila MotsepeSARBBennie AndersonFNBHennie FerreiraMFSAShirley ZinnNedcorEmployee ForumEugene Ebersohn SASBO(Deputy Chair)Ben Venter SASBOEugene ZeemanIBSAJoe KokelaSASBOTrevor DellSASBOVanessa HattingSASBO</p></li><li><p>BANKSETA Staff </p><p>WhiteBlackColouredIndian Total Male22004 Female461011Disabled01001Vacant 4Total673020</p></li><li><p>BANKSETA</p><p>HIGHLIGHTS </p></li><li><p>The BANKSETA was re-established as the Sector Education Training Authority for the Banking and Micro Finance industry until 2010. </p></li><li><p>Current status</p><p>Sector CommitmentRe-establishment processNSDSDoL assessment</p></li><li><p>Customer Satisfaction Survey 2004</p></li><li><p>16 Learnerships registered (10 more in process) </p><p>Banking sector employers participating in 22 Learnerships including 7 learnerships registered by other SETAS</p><p>30 Employers participating in various learnerships </p><p>Employed learners on learnerships increased with 3777, now total of 4056</p><p>Unemployed learners on niche learnerships increased by 71% to 406</p><p>In addition to this, the Letsema Project recruited 1639 unemployed youth</p><p>LEARNERSHIPS</p></li><li><p>Letsema I learners graduated on 19 March 2005</p><p>709 of original 826 completed - 86% completion rate</p><p>582 employed - 70% employment rate</p><p>8 Employers participated</p><p>Project Cost R54 580 000-00</p><p>LETSEMA I LEARNERSHIP PROJECT</p></li><li><p>Letsema II recruited 813 learners</p><p>Learners placed in Gauteng, Free State, KZN and Western Cape</p><p>22 participating Employers </p><p>Budget R46 million</p><p>LETSEMA II LEARNERSHIP PROJECT</p></li><li><p>Project Successes Increase in SMME Participation to 28 % </p><p> 161 Small Companies benefited </p><p> 323 Learners received training </p><p> Workplace Skills Plan submissions increased by 14%</p><p>Training Vouchers Redeemed R837 606.00 </p><p>SMME TRAINING VOUCHER PILOT PROJECT</p></li><li><p> The implementation of the Financial Sector Charter </p><p> SMME Development</p><p> Youth Development</p><p> Consumer Education and research </p><p> Benchmarking and communicationBANKSETA STRATEGIES2005 - 2010</p></li><li><p>QUESTIONS?</p></li><li><p> GENERAL AND CLOSURE TREVOR RAMMITLWA : CORPORATE SERVICES MANAGER, BANKSETA </p></li><li><p>BANKSETATHORNHILL OFFICE PARKBLOCK NO. 15 BEKKER ROAD MIDRAND 1685TEL 011 805 9661FAX 011 805 8348WEBSITE </p></li></ul>


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