INSETAs skills division focuses on Research and Sector Skills Plans (SSP) as well as on mandatory and discretionary grants.
INSETA engages with our stakeholders on essential skills development research for the insurance sector.
Some of our key stakeholders are:
Associations of Savings and Investment of South Africa (ASISA)
South African Insurance Association (SAIA)
Financial Intermediaries Association (FIA) Black Brokers Forum (BBF
Association for Black Insurance Brokers (ABIB)
Insurance Institute of South Africa Institute of Loss Adjusters Actuarial
Society of South Africa (ASSA)
Financial Planning Institute (FPI) Principal Officers Association (POA)
Association for Black Actuaries (ASABA)
Institute of Risk Managers South Africa (IRMSA)
South African Underwriting Managers Association (SAUMA)
Underwriters Managers Association (UMA)
Funeral Assistance Business (FAB) South African Federation of Burial Societies (SAFOBS)
Burial Societies of South Africa (BUSOSA)
Board of Healthcare Funders
Financial Services Board (FSB) Council for Medical Aid Schemes
Sector Skills Plan 2018 2019
Research & SSP
20 October 2022
Sector Skills Plan (SSP)
It is a pleasure to present the Insurance Sector Education and Training Authority (INSETA) Sector Skills Plan (SSP) for 2023-2024. The SSP is updated with new information and insights.
20 October 2022
Top 10 Sectoral Occupations List for 2023/2024
10 May 2022
Mandatory Grants Applications
The INSETA has appointed Sector Skills Facilitators (SSFs) to assist with the submission of the WSP/ATR at no cost to the employer. Employers are encouraged to take this opportunity and submit their Mandatory Grant application in order qualify for both INSETA Mandatory and Discretionary Grants, deadline date is 31 May 2022.
Kindly contact one of our SSFs’ below:
28 January 2022
30 July 2021
Confirmation of Core Business Practice
Employers who do not have a Financial Service Provider (FSP) license will need to complete this form and attached in the company Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) uploads section
Application for registration as an Employer with INSETA
The INSETA requires all companies to complete this form to register with the INSETA as a Levy and Non-levy paying member. Such registration will allow INSETA to offer eligible compliant employers within INSETA jurisdiction, the benefits of applying for Skills Development funding opportunities.
Frequently Asked Questions – Workplace Skills Plan, Mandatory Grant and Levy Information
Skills Development Facilitator’s Code of Good Conduct