There are several ways to benefit from grants and tax rebates for skills development. Mandatory grant To qualify for a mandatory grant equal to 20% of the skills levy paid, a company must appoint a Skills Development Facilitator (SDF), complete an Annual Training Report (ATR) with all training provided to staff during the reporting period and…Details
There are many reasons to invest in training. As an accredited training provider, we have seen both the short and long-term benefits of skills development programmes for our clients. Over the past 20 years we have helped South African companies, big and small, to train their employees. Here are some of the reasons to invest…Details
The financial year end marks the deadline for many companies in terms of the submission of their annual BBBEE report. In June 2016 the BBBEE Act has made it compulsory for all listed companies and public entities to formally report on their empowerment status within 90 days of its financial year end. Skills development: an…Details
Accredited training providers are those service providers that have been granted accreditation status by Umalusi. This status is granted to a private service provider at the end of a quality assurance process that attests to the quality of training services offered. Why use accredited training providers? There are several good reasons that your company should…Details
The Skills Development Act (SDA) requires all employers to spend 6% of their annual payroll on education and training, but how can you maximise the benefit of your compliance spend? Skills development grants Further to the compliance spend there is also the Skills Development Levy (SDL); a levy imposed to encourage learning and development in…Details
Research shows that persons with a disability have a far less chance of being employed, with similar trends observed in job advancement and security. At Triple E Training we are committed to drive change through education and training which is why we support the National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS) requirement for training disabled individuals. Training…Details
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Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) is a form of economic empowerment initiated by the South African government with the goal to distribute wealth across as broad a spectrum of previously disadvantaged South African society as possible. It is measured through the BBBEE Scorecard, a system made up by seven elements, each with a certain weighting…Details
The Mining Charter obliges all mining companies to devote 5% of their annual payroll into skills development. It is further also compulsory for mining companies to submit social and labour plans (SLPs) to the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) to report on their compliance with the Charter as a condition for the granting of mining…Details
Today is International Literacy Day and we want to discuss how to address literacy through sponsored learnerships. International Literacy Day was declared by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) on 17 November 1965. Its aim is to highlight the importance of literacy to individuals, communities, and societies. According to UNESCO’s Global Monitoring Report…Details