The minimum competency regulations as set in GAZETTE 29967 require Municipal Managers, CFOs, CEOs, Senior Managers, Heads of Supply Chain Management and Middle Managers to be competent as per the regulations.

The learner can fulfill Learning Programmes in part or in whole. This allowed a learner to either register for the whole learning programme at once, or a set of modules within a learning programme progressively until all requirements have been met. In such a case, a learner will effectively exit with a certificate endorsed by the LGSETA after completing each individual learning programme.

S and T School of Accounting is accredited by the LGSETA and registered by the National Treasury as a Training Provider to train the MFMP programme.

Interns are specifically encouraged to undertake structured learning by using the Learning Programmes to assist them in future career development. This should ideally be supported by their Work Rotation Plans, focusing on the Budget and Treasury Office activities.

This accreditation in the MUNICIPAL FINANCE MANAGEMENT qualification NQF level 5 and 6 is a “must implement” in our drive to assist government in municipalities.

We have qualified and experienced lecturing staff, assessors and moderators who are themselves fully accredited to offer this qualification in different unit standards. We also have a team of experts who review our materials received from the National Treasury so as to be updated with the changing requirements.

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