Skills Development & BBBEE

Optimising your Skills Development Spend for BBBEE

Skills Development is a priority element on the BBBEE Scorecard with 40% to be achieved to ensure your company does not drop a level.

CHALLENGE

As Skills Development is expensive, most companies choose to rather spend their money on other elements of the BBBEE scorecard.
Often, when a company does make the budget available for training, they do not always have the capacity or the training expertise to train their staff properly.their staff properly.

SOLUTION

We consult with companies on all aspects of Skills Development, for free. If the company currently has a BBBEE consulting firm, we will work with them to give the best possible solutions for the company’s financial benefit as well as operational benefit.

Our value offering is based on two pillars:

Skills Spend must be cost effective.
Lowest possible spend to achieve maximum B-BBEE points.

All training interventions must support the company’s strategic and operational goals without causing disruption to the business.

We will help you find the best solution for:

   › Learnerships for employed learners
   › Learnerships for unemployed learners
   › Training for disabled learners
   › Bursaries
   › Technical training
   › Compliance training
   › Unaccredited training spend

 
YOUR PATHWAY TO LEARNING: CORPORATE TRAINING OFFERINGS
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION & OFFICE

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WHOLESALE & RETAIL

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TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS

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SPECIALIST

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MANUFACTURING & ENGINEERING

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OETD PRACTICES

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Benefits to spending money on skills development

Ensuring a skills plan and report are in place, thus enabling the organisation to receive some rebates from its skills development levy as well as access SETA funded projects.

Upskilling of existing staff with qualifications that are outcomes-based and designed for adult learners.

Unemployed learners’ labour in exchange for experience gained within your organisation.

Ability to recruit from a pool of learners that has been assessed over a one-year period.