Fasset is the Finance and Accounting Services Sector Education and Training Authority (Seta). 21 Setas have been established in terms of the Skills Development Act, to cover all
sectors in South Africa, including government. 'To influence the effective operation of the labour market, through effective skills, so as to ensure the appropriate
supply of competent labour necessary to compare in the global economy.
The Finance and Accounting Services Sector Education and Training Authority (Fasset) invites suitable candidates
to apply for the ICT Manager position aimed at leading and managing the ICT department of FASSET and
ensuring strategic alignment and delivery on Fasset mandate. The successful candidate will be part of Fasset government structures and will be reporting to the Chief Operations Officer.
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Dear Valued Stakeholder,
As the year winds down, we thought it pertinent to share a few developments at Fasset and our vision for the
future with you, our stakeholders.
Having stepped in to lead the Seta during this challenging period; the Acting CEO,Lesego Lebuso, has resigned
and served her notice until the 30th of November 2017. We are most grateful to Ms. Lebuso for wearing the two
weighty hats in the last year,those of Chief Operations
Officer and Acting Chief Executive Officer. We would like to thank Lesego for her loyal service during her tenure at Fasset. We wish her
all the best for the future as she pursues new opportunities.
The CEO and COO positions have been advertised and recruitment processes are underway. While suitable candidates are sought, Lauren Derman will
take up the role as Acting CEO from 1 December 2017. As a long-serving member of the Fasset management team, Lauren joined Fasset in 2001 and
brings with her a wealth of experience and great passion for the sector. She has occupied the positions of Director of Skills Planning and
Director of Research in her tenure at the SETA.
We also bid a sad farewell to Natercia Faustino, Processing and Quality Assurance Director and Ludwe Matanzima, Marketing and Communications Specialist.
We trust that their time spent at the SETA has given them the skills, knowledge and tenacity that will propel them forward as they advance in their careers.
As we have reported in the 2016/17 Annual Integrated Report, the disciplinary process that was undertaken by the Fasset Board
has been concluded and a confidential settlement agreement was reached between the Fasset CEO, Cheryl James, and the Director
of Projects, Tania Lee. We bid farewell to the two senior staff members who are no longer with the Fasset team.
As we prepare for the year ahead, we would like to offer our sincere thanks to all of the Fasset staff for their dedication and passion. Your efforts are most appreciated and never go unnoticed.
As we look forward, we are cognisant of the legacy that we will leave, the importance of making the future count and the dire need to change lives. To achieve this, we remain committed to implementing skills development
programmes aimed at driving the Seta's transformation agenda — to ensure the achievement of 2017/18 deliverables and to continue to work in partnership with our stakeholders. Let's make 2018 count!
Yours in education and training,
For and on behalf of Fasset
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