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An Assessment Quality Partner (AQP) means a body delegated by the QCTO to develop assessment instruments and manage external summative assessment of specific occupational qualifications. PSETA is currently the AQP for the following registered occupational qualification:
91994: Occupational Certificate: Public Service Administrator

Approved Assessment Centres

No Provider Name Contact Province
1. National School of Government 012 441 6205 Gauteng
2. Milzet Holdings (Pty) Ltd 011 493 8471 Gauteng
3. Cape Peninsula University of Technology 021 460 3996 Western Cape


Occupational Certificate: Public Service Administrator
Exemplar Click here to View document

Qualifying Requirements:
Please note that applicants who are applying for the examination are requested to complete new application forms below:

 Application to write the EISA Public Service Administrator (Form 2) |View document|
Examination Guidelines Policy (Form 1) |View document|


Additional Information Regarding EISA

The list of candidates eligible to take assessment will be sent to Assessment Centres as per preferred venue by candidates. Should it happen that your name is not on the list, you will not be allowed to sit for examinations in that venue;

Candidates are expected to be in the venue 15 minutes before the examinations starting time;

Candidates will be required to produce the following:

Original ID or Driver’s License, and
Letter/Statement of results for endorsement from the Training Provider


External Integrated Summative Assessment (EISA)

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Public Service Education and Training Authority

The Public Service Education and Training Authority (PSETA) is one of the 21 Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs) established in accordance with the Skills Development Act No. 97 of 1998 (SDA). Between the year 2000 and 2009, the PSETA reported to the Department of Labour but has since been transferred to the new Department of Higher Education and Training.