ENTRANCE POLICY: Professional Beauty is reserved for trade and professional visitors only. Due to the professional nature of the event, babies and children under 16 cannot be admitted.
Services SETA mobilises industry17 October 2017The Services SETA (Sector Educational and Training Authority) is calling on industry participation to assist it in the implementation of projects related to the R150m that has been set aside for skills development in the Hairdressing and Beauty Services sector.To this end, the Services SETA is holding a workshop on Monday, 23 October at its head office at 20 Eton Road, Parktown, Johannesburg, to assist prospective training providers with fast-tracking accreditation on the Further Education and Training Certificate: Beauty and Nail Technology (SAQA ID: 80646) NQF L 4 qualification. The main aim of this workshop is to kick-off the provider capacitation project/drive that the Services SETA is embarking on as part of the effort to increase the pool of providers that the Services SETA wishes to partner with in rolling out the training in line with the Beauty and Hairdressing targeted approach project that has been approved by the Accounting Authority of the Services SETA. Attendance at the workshop is free however please note that the Services SETA will not be covering any travel and accommodation costs. The workshop runs from 10h00 to 14h00 on 23 October.In a separate event, a Services SETA stakeholder workshop will take place on Tuesday, 7 November (also at 20 Eton Road, Parktown) and is targeted at all Beauty and Hairdressing Product Manufacturers. The aim of the workshop is to share information with the stakeholders in the product manufacturing within the sub-sectors listed below to identify their needs and their position in the sub-sectors. The organisations that will be sharing information at this workshop include: Services SETA; EOHCB (Employers Organisation for Hairdressing, Cosmetology and Beauty); the National Bargaining Council for the Hairdressing, Cosmetology, Beauty and Skin Care Industry; UASA the Trade Union; and SAAHSP (South African Association of Health and Skincare Professionals). The Beauty Treatment Services and Hairdressing sub-sectors within the Services SETA encompass the following industries: 99024 Beauty treatment 99041 Nail technology including nail technologist, nail technicians and distributors and agencies of nail products 99042 Non-allied registered perfumery including aromatic oils and related products, perfumery consultants, sales people and agencies of nail products 99043 Health and skin care incl. health and skin care therapists, stress therapists and cosmetologists, slimming salons and distributors of slimming products including slimming machines 99044 Make-up artistry 99050 Distributors of slimming products including slimming machines 99051 Distributors of makeup products and related merchandise 99045 Personal Services Agencies 99022 Ladies hairdressing 99023 Men’s and ladies hairdressing The workshop runs from 10h00 to 13h00 on 7 November. For more information or to RSVP for the Services SETA events please email Andile Nkosi on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 011 276 9641.