|Draft Construction Sector Workshop|
The draft construction sector code has been signed for approval by the minister of the DTI. The draft construction sector code will now be available for a 60 day commentary period. The commentary period will end in December 2016 and will most likely be implemented in your next verification in 2017.
It is imperative that all companies prepare accordingly to avoid dropping levels and losing business.
EconoBEE is hosting workshops on the draft construction sector code aimed at built environment professionals, construction companies and related construction industry. The draft commentary period is 60 days from date of gazette. After the commentary period is over, the DTI can gazette the final codes for immediate implementation at any time.
We cover very briefly the theory of BBBEE, and then go straight into a practical workshop on how each of the components of the scorecard operates. We explain each pillar and indicator, and make it completely applicable to your business. During our workshop we will cover the Amended Draft Construction Sector Code in great detail.
You will leave the workshop:
- With a better understanding of BBBEE and specifically the Draft Construction Sector Code
- With an actual scorecard of your business using the Draft Construction Sector Code
- With a strategy of how to proceed to improve your company’s scorecard
- Knowing how to respond to your customers’ requests for your BEE status
- AND feeling a lot more comfortable about implementing BBBEE in your organisation
Title: Construction sector workshop
Date: 3 November 2016 & 17 November 2016
Time: 08h30 for 09h00-13h00
Venue: 435 Rugby Avenue, Ferndale
Cost: R1 710 incl VAT
Download a booking form and email email@example.com to secure your seat. Seats are limited. Additional information and a full calendar of all our courses are available on our website.
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Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 011 483 1190.
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