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Skills development for the small enterprise should not cause you sleepless nights

Skills development for the small enterprise often leaves the management team with many challenges. One of the challenges often surfacing is that the staff compliment generally consists of highly skilled individuals who do not require fundamental training, making it difficult to score full points on then skills development element of the BEE scorecard. In a … Read more

Making skills development compliance and tax incentives easy with learnerships

Recent changes in South African taxation laws requires all businesses who are registered with SARS for employees’ tax purposes to also be registered with SARS for skills development, irrespective of whether they are excluded from paying the levy. Further changes in the BEE codes stipulates that all companies must comply to all elements of the … Read more

100% benefit on training spend through an outsourced service provider

Challenge: Internal training spend cannot be claimed back in full My client is not only one of the largest electrical wholesalers in Southern Africa but also a registered training provider with their own accredited national training facility in Doornfontein, Johannesburg. Although it will be easy and convenient for them to conduct their own skills development … Read more

Identify low-skilled employees through ABET assessment

Challenge: Low-skilled employees make crucial measurement errors A member of the manufacturing, engineering and related services SETA (merSETA), my client that is based in Krugersdorp has been experiencing some challenges with low-skilled employees that make crucial measurement errors. After conducting an initial assessment, it came to light that two of the employees are barely literate … Read more

AET for Skills Development enables my client to claim 125% of the actual spend

Challenge: Employees lack fundamental skills which makes supply chain management a real challenge My client, a logistics company with a national footprint, has been experiencing productivity loss due to high levels of illiteracy within the ranks of its warehousing staff. The employees in the warehouses mostly do not have a clear understanding of what is … Read more

Using ABET to develop low-skilled employees for career planning

Requirement: Developing low-skilled employees for career planning My client, a member of the manufacturing, engineering and related services SETA (merSETA), is a global supplier of word-class defence products and solutions. With more than 1,000 employees at its Pretoria operations the company expressed the need for developing low-skilled employees for the purpose of career planning. Product … Read more

ABET will help your company become a socially responsible corporate citizen

Requirement: Training illiterate employees to NQF Level 4 My client, a multi-national integrated technology company with offices nationally, wanted to address adult literacy within the organisation with the aim to train all illiterate employees to NQF Level 4, which is equal to Grade 12. With a big focus on skills development of employees with disabilities … Read more