Part One of the Two Part Series on Skills Development:
We can help alleviate your Skills Development pressure The Skills Development element can be a headache when you are trying to improve your B-BBEE scorecards. Previously, QSE’s could avoid this element by complying with other elements on the scorecard. This is now no longer possible and if QSE and Generic companies want a good score, they need to comply with the Skills Development element! In addition to BBBEE consulting, EconoServ specialises in compliance consulting in relation to the various HR related acts. This includes the Employment Equity Act, Skills Development and Skills Development Levies Act as well as the Labour Relations Act. Each field of expertise ensures that you are fully compliant with the legislation. There are many different pieces of legislation that exist and many overlap. Our consultants are regularly working with our clients in terms of earning more BEE points, as per the BEE scorecard, and are preparing for the busy period of submissions of the WSP (Workplace Skills Plan) and ATR (Annual Training Report) by 30 April 2019. What are the benefits of submitting your WSP and ATR reports?
- The WSP and ATR submissions allows companies to receive points for BEE purposes. If you don’t submit you get zero BEE points!
- Discretionary grants are paid to registered employers who have expressed an interest in obtaining financial assistance from the SETA with the intention of pursuing relevant skills development projects.
EconoServ is hosting a series of workshops on “Skills Development” and “BEE”.Delegates will gain a better understanding of the requirements of the SD Act and SDL Act and will have more knowledge on how to submit your documents and how to maximise your skills development spend. We will explain how targeted skills development can actually save you money, via tax incentives, and maximise your BEE skills development recognition. Can’t attend? Please contact us and we can tailor a solution for you. Course Details Title: Skills Development (WSP and ATR) Duration: 09h00 – 13h00 Price: R1 700 excl vat (R1 955.00 incl VAT) per delegate. Venue: Johannesburg: 435 Rugby Avenue, Ferndale, Randburg (DBN and CT: TBC) Dates: JHB: 28 March 2019, 04 April 2019 Durban: 26 March 2019, 10 April 2019 Cape Town: 06 March 2019 To book please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 011 483 1190.