Funding & Grants

SASSETA Funding Grant 2015/16

All applications must reach SASSETA on or before the 22 December 2014 at 16H00.

The Safety and Security Sector Education Training Authority (SASSETA) invites applications from all sector stakeholders bearing in mind that the following will be given preference.

Learners from the rural areas currently studying & writing matric in 2014Learners from the rural areas enrolled at Public University or TVET (FET) CollegesTVET Colleges Graduates or Learners completing this year 2014 from the rural areasUnemployed youth out of school from the rural areasGraduates from Universities of Technologies completing 2014 or completed (also note learners from the rural areas)Public TVET Colleges

Learners who are currently enrolled but not funded can apply. Learners who are not enrolled can apply but have to be enrolled by 20 February 2015. Learners from the rural areas will be given preferences.

Learners can also call SASSETA on 086 110 2477 or 011 347 0200 to request for a copy of the application forms.

Please see below the list of application forms, kindly click on the title of the form in order to download:

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD Bursary Application form for employed applicantsCLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD Bursary Application form for unemployed applicantsCLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD Learner List TemplateCLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD Work Experiential Learning Application form for unemployed graduates

Applications can be hand delivered to SASSETA at Riverview Office Park, Janadel Avenue (off Bekker Road) Halfway Gardens Midrand or posted to SASSETA; PO Box 7612; Halfway House; 1685 or emailed to

Due to the high volume of applications anticipated SASSETA does not enter into correspondence with unsuccessful applicants Should you not receive any written communication from SASSETA confirming that you have been successful within three months of closing date, your application should be considered as unsuccessful.

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