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Skills Development Act, 1998 (Act No. 97 of 1998)


Constitution for the Construction Education and Training Authority (CETA)

16. Committees


Unless otherwise determined the powers of standing and other committees of the CETA shall be to advise, report and make recommendations to the CETA.


16.1 Standing Committees


The CETA shall not establish any chambers but shall establish the following standing committees:

16.1.1 Executive Committee;
16.1.2 Finance Committee;
16.1.3 Education and Training Quality Assurance (ETQA) Committee;
16.1.4 One national committee for each of the following sub-sectors: Construction; Construction Material Manufacturing; and Built Environment Professional Consulting;
16.1.5 Six Regional committees.


16.2 Other Committees


The CETA shall establish any other committees deemed necessary and may, subject to such conditions as it may deem fit, either generally or in relation to any particular matter, assign to any such committee any assignment, functions, power conferred or duty imposed upon the CETA in terms of this Constitution or the Act: Provided that the CETA may at any time vary or set aside any decision made by any of its committees in the exercise of any power or the carrying out of any duty so assigned;


16.3 The CETA may at any time alter the assignment, functions, area of jurisdiction or the scope of powers of any such committee;


16.4 The CETA may determine Rules of Procedure relating to the calling and conduct of meetings of the CETA and of committees, and generally relating to all matters necessary or incidental to the exercise of a committee's powers and the performance of its functions; and may repeal or alter such rules;


16.5 The CETA shall appoint any co-opted or CETA member/s as member/s of a committee, if it so desires.