Incorporating Learnerships into the Corporate Environment

Work-based learning is an educational strategy that provides students with real-life work experiences where they can apply academic and technical skills and develop their employability. Work-based learning deliberately merges theory with practice. In this document we will investigate the impact Learnerships can have on your business, and the impact your business can have on Learnerships. The … Read more

Are you ready to submit your annual BBBEE report?

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 … Read more

Using accredited training providers are important for your company’s skills development compliance

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 … Read more


Triple E Training concluded a Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) transaction. Triple E Training is a leading provider of workplace skills development programmes. For more information about how we can help your business to comply with Skills Development call us on 010 597 7611 or send an email to

Skills development and the BBBEE scorecard

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 … Read more