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  • Monitoring & Evaluation Workshop

    TVET Colleges

    6 April 2016

  • Purpose

  • Background

    3

    • National Development Plan Vision 2030 • Outcome 5 of the Medium Term Strategic Framework’s 14

    priority Outcomes as identified in the National Development Plan: “A skilled and capable workforce to support an inclusive growth path”

    • White Paper on PSET • DHET/TVET Colleges Strategic Plans 2015/16 to 2019/2020 • Annual Performance Plans & Operational Plans • TVET Colleges’ Turnaround Strategy • Planning process

  • Planning Process

    4

    National Development Plan White Paper on PSET

  • Monitoring & Evaluation

    5

    • Monitoring and Evaluation is a process that helps

    improve performance and achieve results. Its goal is

    to improve current and future management outputs,

    outcomes and impact.

    • Primary beneficiary of M&E = colleges.

    • Secondary beneficiary = DHET ~ for improving

    accountability and compliance.

    • Previously M&E conducted via the National Treasury

    stipulated guidelines and template (conditional grant

    compliance).

    • To date:

    • M&E Framework developed.

    • M&E Guidelines and template developed.

    • Web-based M&E tool developed.

  • Expected Outcomes – Sub-outcome 2 of Outcome 5

    6

    Outcome Indicator Baseline 2014

    2016/17 Target

    Target (2019/20)

    Headcount enrolments in TVET Colleges 709,535 829,000 1,238,000

    Certification rates NCV L4 = 34,4% N3 = 55,4% N6 = 42,7%

    NCV L4 = 40% N3 = 65% N6 = 45%

    NC(V) = 65% N3 = 65% N6 = 65%

    Certificates issued to qualifying candidates

    12 months 3 months Within 3 months

    Colleges examination centres complying with national policy

    70% 100% 100%

    Colleges throughput rate 15% Baseline benchmark

    Students accommodated in colleges 10,120 ??? Baseline benchmark

  • Expected Outcomes – Sub-outcome 2 of Outcome 5

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    Outcome Indicator Baseline 2014

    2016/17 Target

    Target (2019/20)

    Students obtaining financial assistance 220,978 200,000 1,000,000 (Cumulative)

    NC(V) Level 4 students qualifying within stipulated time-frame

    14% 60%

    Colleges compliant to governance standards

    n/a 100% 100%

    College lecturers undergoing specified hours of work in their industry for specified periods every two years

    n/a ??? 30%

    College students enrolled in foundation programmes

    100 5,000 5000 (annually)

    Success rate in foundation programmes n/a ??? 50%

  • Workshop Goals ~ Achievements

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    • Re-emphasis on the Strategic/APP/Ops Plans.

    • Understanding and agreement that the M&E

    Process is primarily for the colleges.

    • Commitment from colleges that they will assist with

    the M&E requirements, first to monitor, evaluate and

    improve their own processes and secondly to

    comply with reporting requirements.

    • This is work in progress, and constructive feedback

    is appreciated to assist in improving processes.

    • M&E process should go a long way in assisting and

    improving future DHET/TVET Colleges future

    planning processes.

    • M&E of national, DHET, colleges and community

    priorities.

  • Thank You

  • Theme 1

    Governance &

    Management

  • Governance and Management – status quo

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    • All colleges have college council members,

    internal and external.

    • There are vacancies in some colleges, including

    Donors.

    • Section 10(4) and some Section 10(6) vacancies

    are being finalised.

    • Section 10(4) vacancy adverts to be issued once

    every two months – depending on vacancies.

    • Council Manual, Standard Operating Procedures

    have been issued to colleges.

    • College management vacancies in some colleges.

    • Plans for college councils and principals meeting.

  • Governance and Management

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    • Appointment of TVET College Councils is per the

    Continuing Education and Training Act No. 16 of

    2006 (as amended).

    • Percentage compliance with governance

    standards.

    • Percentage functionality of college councils.

    • Number of adopted and implemented college

    policies.

    • College statute developed & adopted by council.

    Alternatively standard statute adopted.

  • Governance and Management

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    • Strategic/APP/Ops Plans developed within

    stipulated time-frame & implemented. Including

    Annual Reports.

    • Percentage compliance with national policy by

    college examination centres.

    • Number of examination centres that are 100%

    compliant with national policy.

  • Thank You