A direct benefit of working with Tshuletsa is that it entitles you to claim the relevant B-BBEE points available for Enterprise Development, Socio-Economic Development and Skills Development.
A very interesting added benefit would occur if you take the now pre-selected and trained graduate from the SED funded program on as a learner to achieve your BEE objective under Skills Development.
In addition, our SED program is a Category F Skills Development course which is defined as; Continuing professional development, attendance certificates and credits against registered unit standards (in some instances).
Any B-BBEE Skills Development money that you spend on existing staff by putting them through our Work-Readiness Bursary Program, Work-Readiness Orientation Workshop or any of the individual courses, will be recognized as Skills Development.
So, by combining both Socio-Economic Development and Skills Development you will maximize your point’s achievement on your B-BBEE scorecard.
Direct savings are achieved by not having to pay recruitment costs for well-selected “Work ready” trained black students. This is a huge benefit considering the current market circumstances in South Africa. Tshuletsa is effectively offering pre-selected and effectively trained black staff that have the exact aptitude and skill to make it and succeed within your organization.
The Tshuletsa Academy qualifies as a level B beneficiary in terms of the BEE Codes of Good Practice to receive Enterprise Development funds.
A Transformational Relationship
- A Socio-Economic Development program should feed Skills Development
- Identify future employees
- Support skills needed in the business
- Return on Investment for the company
- Skills Development should feed Employment Equity
- Learnerships or Internships
- Developing skills for promotion
- The correct training
- Employment Equity should feed Management Control
- Management and Leadership Development Programmes
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