The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) is pleased to announce that the call for training provider grant is now open. This funding aims to award grant to accredited training companies who are interested in Assisting new entrants in launching successful careers through on-job and off-job training;Providing skills development programmes for professionals already in the film industry to enhance their career development and Facilitating short courses/workshops for professionals
The NFVF is looking for submissions in the following fields identified as scarce skills in the “State of Skills in the South African Film Industry Research” conducted in 2016. The scarce programmes can be found on this link: https://www.nfvf.co.za/home/index.php?ipkContentID=87&ipkMenuID=39
- The curriculum offered must be SETA or Department of Higher Education accredited.
- The curriculum must indicate the intended target audience, relevant industry skills and the delivery method.
- Preference will be given to service providers offering training in underserviced province/s
- The trainers must have a proven track record and the ability to deliver on the proposed programmes.
- 51% black-owned and managed companies
- Applicants and participants must be South African citizens
- Complete online application form
- Cover or motivation letter
- Proof of registration with the Department of Higher Education or relevant authority (refer to South African Qualifications Authority guidelines)
- Proof of the success rate of past training initiatives
- Commitment letter for a bursary or loan from other sponsors/bank where necessary
- A breakdown of the total annual academic fees required from the institution.
- A certified copy of their senior certificate. (Dated within six months of the date of application)
- If the applicant is a minor and unemployed, he/she must provide the following:
-Parents/guardian/partners proof of income (i.e. latest payslip, bank statement with a bank stamp or IRP FORM
-Proof of social grant, if applicable
- An affidavit stating the known/unknown whereabouts of the absent parent/s
- A certified copy of the death certificate of the deceased parent/s. (Dated within six months of the date of application
If the applicant is not a minor (i.e older than 21 years old), the applicant must provide proof of financial need (i.e latest payslip, bank statement with a bank stamp or IRP form
- Detailed budget with a finance plan if the amount exceeds R350 000 CAP amount (including the list of additional investors and their planned contributions to the project). An overhead budget should not exceed 10% of the total budget.
- Course curriculum
- Training outcomes
- Learner selection criteria
- List of trainees’ anticipated competencies
- Details of post programme support
- Assessment and evaluation criteria
- CVs of tutors and proof of appointment to teach.
- Valid tax clearance certificate
- Valid BBBEE certificate
- Certified ID Copy (Valid for three months)
- Company registration documents
NB! All certified documents must be valid for three months from the date of submission. Applications will not be considered if:
- the application form is incomplete or wrong information is provided.
- supporting documents are missing or not certified.
- applications sent via fax or email will not be considered.
Closing date for submissions: 14th February 2022 at 17h00
Applicants need to register and complete the online application form using the following link: https://nfvf.praxisgms.co.za For more information on what the National Film and Video Foundation funds, please use the following link to view the funding policy: https://goo.gl/2xsCzc