Use these tips to ensure your business maintains it’s BEE status
Skills development is regarded as a compulsory element and demands an investment with the emphasis on accredited training and learnerships. It is also one of the easier elements to gain points in.
The element measures the contribution an organisation makes towards the training of its black employees, black disabled employees and black unemployed people in the community.
Skills development is the second priority element on the BEE Scorecard. Without scoring at least 40% of the minimum target, you will be marked down by one level on your overall score.
To ensure you are able to claim your BEE Skills Development points, your training provider must be registered and accredited either with Umalusi or another official body.
Your training provider must help with the considerable amount of paperwork while you concentrate on your core business.
Choose a training provider that is BEE compliant helps in gaining points for the Preferential Procurement element. Choose an experienced, flexible training provider that has already built a wealth of best practices in implementing accredited training programmes.