B-BBEE BOOT CAMP

Start
September 15, 2020 8:30 am
End
September 16, 2020 9:00 am
Address
East London   View map

R4,700.00

Empowering Supplier
Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor
53% Black Owned
More than 51% Black Women Owned

B-BBEE
BOOT CAMP

Workshop Outline

  • Codes of Good Practice
  • Legislative framework and background
  • Framework for measuring of B-BBEE
  • General principles and the generic scorecard
  • Ownership and management control
  • Recognition in the sale of assets
  • Recognition of equity equivalents
  • Employee Share Ownership Programmes
  • Broad Based Ownership Schemes
  • Skills Development
  • Preferential Procurement
  • Enterprise and Supplier Development
  • Socio-Economic Development
  • Common Verification issues
  • Fronting and its dangers

About the Workshop

Understand the requirements to score points on the various elements of the scorecard and the recent amendments to Skills Development (bursaries, unemployed and absorption) and Procurement (51% black owned suppliers).

Gain more insight into the different elements of the scorecard and how they interlink. Identify which of your current practices can translate into valuable points and be better prepared to avoid common verification issues which could cost you points.

Who Should Attend

Transformation Managers, HR Managers and staff, Line Management, Executive Management, Skills Development Facilitators, BEE Project team members and Business Owners.

Workshop Details

  • Durban: 2-3 September 2020
  • Johannesburg: 8-9 September 2020
  • Port Elizabeth: 8-9 September 2020
  • East London: 15-16 September 2020
  • Cape Town: 14-15 October 2020

 

  • Workshop Price: R 4 700 (Excluding VAT)

All public courses are subject to minimum delegate numbers

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Event Details

Start
September 15, 2020 8:30 am
End
September 16, 2020 9:00 am
Address
East London   View map

R4,700.00

Empowering Supplier
Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor
53% Black Owned
More than 51% Black Women Owned

B-BBEE
BOOT CAMP

Workshop Outline

  • Codes of Good Practice
  • Legislative framework and background
  • Framework for measuring of B-BBEE
  • General principles and the generic scorecard
  • Ownership and management control
  • Recognition in the sale of assets
  • Recognition of equity equivalents
  • Employee Share Ownership Programmes
  • Broad Based Ownership Schemes
  • Skills Development
  • Preferential Procurement
  • Enterprise and Supplier Development
  • Socio-Economic Development
  • Common Verification issues
  • Fronting and its dangers

About the Workshop

Understand the requirements to score points on the various elements of the scorecard and the recent amendments to Skills Development (bursaries, unemployed and absorption) and Procurement (51% black owned suppliers).

Gain more insight into the different elements of the scorecard and how they interlink. Identify which of your current practices can translate into valuable points and be better prepared to avoid common verification issues which could cost you points.

Who Should Attend

Transformation Managers, HR Managers and staff, Line Management, Executive Management, Skills Development Facilitators, BEE Project team members and Business Owners.

Workshop Details

  • Durban: 2-3 September 2020
  • Johannesburg: 8-9 September 2020
  • Port Elizabeth: 8-9 September 2020
  • East London: 15-16 September 2020
  • Cape Town: 14-15 October 2020

 

  • Workshop Price: R 4 700 (Excluding VAT)

All public courses are subject to minimum delegate numbers

Category:

Status

Event Details

Empowering Supplier
Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor
53% Black Owned
More than 51% Black Women Owned

B-BBEE
BOOT CAMP

Workshop Outline

  • Codes of Good Practice
  • Legislative framework and background
  • Framework for measuring of B-BBEE
  • General principles and the generic scorecard
  • Ownership and management control
  • Recognition in the sale of assets
  • Recognition of equity equivalents
  • Employee Share Ownership Programmes
  • Broad Based Ownership Schemes
  • Skills Development
  • Preferential Procurement
  • Enterprise and Supplier Development
  • Socio-Economic Development
  • Common Verification issues
  • Fronting and its dangers

About the Workshop

Understand the requirements to score points on the various elements of the scorecard and the recent amendments to Skills Development (bursaries, unemployed and absorption) and Procurement (51% black owned suppliers).

Gain more insight into the different elements of the scorecard and how they interlink. Identify which of your current practices can translate into valuable points and be better prepared to avoid common verification issues which could cost you points.

Who Should Attend

Transformation Managers, HR Managers and staff, Line Management, Executive Management, Skills Development Facilitators, BEE Project team members and Business Owners.

Workshop Details

  • Durban: 2-3 September 2020
  • Johannesburg: 8-9 September 2020
  • Port Elizabeth: 8-9 September 2020
  • East London: 15-16 September 2020
  • Cape Town: 14-15 October 2020

 

  • Workshop Price: R 4 700 (Excluding VAT)

All public courses are subject to minimum delegate numbers

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