The White Paper for Post-School Education and Training (WP PSET) envisions the National Skills Authority (NSA) as an expert body on monitoring and evaluation (M&E). High level monitoring and evaluation skills are a requirement for ensuring the execution of the WP PSET mandate. As part of its board capacity building programme, the NSA enrolled its members on a certificate and a Post Graduate Diploma on Monitoring and Evaluation in order to build the necessary capacity and skills to execute the new mandate.
In July 2017 seven National Skills Authority (NSA) board members successfully completed the Certificate in Monitoring and Evaluation in the field of Public Development Sector Monitoring and Evaluation (PDM M&E) at the Wits School of Governance.
I am proud to mention that the members were very committed to ensure that they successfully completed the programme. This was evident in their performance as most of the members passed their modules with an average above 80%.
The following NSA board members enrolled for, and completed the programme:
- Mr Mustak Ally
- Ms Stella Carthy
- Mr Percy Mongalo
- Ms Lebohang Moshoadiba
- Mr Eubert Mashabane
- Mr David Diale
- Ms Conti Matlakala
The NSA congratulates and commends these members on their commitment to contribute towards building an M&E expert body and an expanded, effective and integrated post-school education training system.
Dr Thabo Mashongoane
Acting Chief Executive Officer
National Skills Authority