Introducing skills development as a quick fix solution for BEE verification

Introducing skills development as a quick fix solution for BEE verification Skills development is the biggest challenge for companies with an annual turnover of more than R50m. In a recent Business Day feature on BEE matters the author warns businesses to plan for skills development because longer training programmes like learnerships must at least start … Read more

Accredited training for the unemployed – your solution to BEE compliance

Challenge: A highly qualified and specialised workforce does not require skills development Businesses with a small staff compliment, or in a very specialised field, often find themselves in a difficult situation when it comes to B-BBEE compliance, particularly pertaining to the skills development element of the BEE scorecard. Being able to conduct Category B or … Read more

The real value of skills development

In December 2014 my client, Toolquip and Allied, embarked on a skills development programme, and Triple E Training implemented Adult Basic Education and Training (ABET), also known as AET. Not only has my client benefited from the skills development programme with regards to their BEE scorecard but their employees also reaped major benefits. One such … Read more

A skills development success story with a difference

Just over a year ago Kit Group in the Johannesburg CBD contacted me to quote them on the implementation of a skills development programme that will help them achieve the maximum possible points on their BBBEE Scorecard’s skills development element. They wanted to include BEE training for unemployed disabled people and take advantage of the … Read more

The importance of learner assessment before commencing AET

Requirement: AET ABET as part of the skills development strategy AET – Adult Education and Training and ABET – Adult Basic Education and Training are one and the same. My client, that operates in the tourism industry across South Africa, required Adult Education and Training (AET, also known as ABET) as part of the workplace … Read more

ABET helps to establish a formal and on-going training and development programme

Requirement: Establish a culture of training and development as part of the BBBEE Strategy My client, a well-known consumer beverage brand with its head office in Johannesburg, came to the realisation that they have several low-skilled employees. Without any formal training and development programme it is not possible to develop career plans for its work … Read more

Ensuring learners are committed to the ABET programme is crucial to the success of skills development

Problem: Learners lost interest in ABET programme My client, one of the world’s largest manufacturers and suppliers of formworks and scaffolding, approached me for providing Adult Education and Training (AET) for its South African operations. The HR Manager at my client’s head office in Midrand has worked with Triple E Training before at her previous … Read more

ABET as a means to comply to the Skills Development element of the BEE Scorecard

Requirement: Compliance to the Skills Development element of the BEE Scorecard My client, that has a national footprint in transport infrastructure management services, has decided to conduct a pilot staff training project as part of the requirements of the skills development element of the BEE Scorecard. With multiple sites nationwide, each with its own training … Read more

Through commitment to ABET on an ongoing basis your company can build a solid BBBEE strategy

Requirement: Looking for an outsourced BBBEE training service provider My client, one of the country’s leading retailers listed on the JSE, has over the years developed a culture of commitment to its employees. A member of the Wholesale and Retail (W&R) SETA this organisation, with its national footprint, has been a client since 2009. Our … Read more