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    Notice: Fasset offices are re-opening on the 01 July 2020

    Fasset offices are re-opening on the 01 July 2020 but will operate on a 33% staff compliment under Advanced Lockdown level 3.

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    Fasset Operational Lockdown

    Dear Fasset Stakeholder

    We tuned in last night with abated breath alongside the rest of the country to listen to the Covid 19 address by the President Cyril Ramaphosa. As Fasset we breathed a sigh of relief when the President announced that the lockdown will be eased based on a risk-adjusted strategy with five (5) alert levels over a period of some weeks with effect from 1 May 2020. We still await to hear the granular details which will be published by government next week. We will then develop a detailed Fasset COVID-19 protocol which will set out how Fasset will operate during the Level 4 alert stage commencing on 1st May 2020, and this will be communicated to you the soonest. In the meantime, we will continue to do as best as we can to support you and assist given our limited operations during the lockdown. May you and family continue to keep well and safe.

    Stay blessed Ayanda Mafuleka CA(SA) CEO

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    Fasset Covid-19 Visitor Protocols

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    We Are Hiring

    Fasset currently has a vacancy available.

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GETTING STARTED WITH FASSET

Fasset is the Sector Education and Training Authority (Seta) for the Finance, Accounting, Management Consulting and Other Financial Services sector. It is one of the Setas established in April 2000 in terms of the Skills Development Act (SDA) of 1998.

SUCCESS STORIES

  • Hi, my name is Jessica Siphiwe and I am in my 3rd year of a Beam accounting degree at Rhodes University. Coming from a challenging background of 6 siblings raised by a single parent, finances at home were very limited thus, obtaining the Fasset bursary was the best thing to happen to me in 2018.
  • My name is Lethabo Semetsi and I am a proud beneficiary of the FASSET Bursary. Before I was on the FASSET Bursary, my fees were being paid for by my father who could only afford to get me through my first year of studies.
  • I have always dreamt of having a Commerce degree, but due to lack of funding it looked like this would be unobtainable. When I was told about FASSET I felt a glimpse of hope; I applied and was awarded the funding.
  • My name is Yolande, a student at Rhodes University studying towards a Beam degree. In 2018, a friend told me about the FASSET funded bursary and advised that I should apply for it. My application was successfully approved and all the perks of being a beneficiary began to unfold.
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