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Training Unemployed (18.2’s) as part of your BBBEE/BEE Strategy

Most companies require a Black Economic Empowerment/Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE/BEE) strategy that also fits in with their strategy for growth. Training unemployed adults as part of a BBBEE/BEE strategy will achieve both of these. And because education and training is closely associated with the socio-economic development of society, the effects of training reach far beyond one learner group and one training programme.
Training is regarded as one of the most important components of discipline. It leads to the regulation of a person’s intellectual, social and moral actions. It equips people with the skills and attitudes needed to be able to adapt to changing and challenging situations that are part of everyday life. In other words training unemployed as part of your BBBEE/BEE strategy, accomplishes upliftment of the greater society as well as helping companies grow their BBBEE/BEE scorecards, as well as growth in profit. Companies have the choice of training employees (18.1’s) or an unemployed group (18.2’s)

Training Unemployed (18.2’s) as part of your BBBEE/BEE Strategy

  • the unemployed are readily available and the training schedule is flexible and more easily achieved
  • unemployed people are free from workplace policies and indeed “politics” and will have fresh minds for new ideas
  • community members need to learn about norms, values and attitudes required in a formal working environment for the benefit of the whole society, contributing massively to broad based black economic empowerment
  • communities are able to increase their overall employability by acquiring new skills and understanding
  • communities who have excellent knowledge of industry and skills needed are of greater benefit to the employer as this advances innovations and productivity
  • training such as learnerships, maximises the skills development element on the BBBEE/BEE scorecard for companies
  • unemployed learners are available for full-time programmes which accelerates development in addition to the accumulation of BBBEE/BEE points
  • unemployed learners are easier to manage because they generally do not have work commitments that “get in the way” of training
The Executive Marketers of Triple E Training have vast experience with unemployed training programmes like learnerships and AET/ABET, and the benefits thereof. You can contact them any time via the Triple e Training landline 086 TRIPLE, and their email addresses sales@localhost/eee-2017. Contact us for more information on:
  • Training Unemployed (18.2’s) as part of your BBBEE/BEE Strategy
  • Black Economic Empowerment
  • Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment
  • BBBEE Strategy
  • BBBEE Points
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