BEE Fundamentals Lynne-01

BEE Fundamentals – Understanding The Amended BEE Codes – Cape Town

The foundational course that covers all the basics and the perfect place to start understanding BEE

Course details

Date: 11 August 2017
Time: 08h30 for 09h00 – 16h30
Venue: CAPE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
33 Martin Hammersclag Way, 4th Floor, Foreshore, Cape Town
Cost: R2,000 ex VAT
CourseSpeaker-LynneStrauss

Lynne Strauss

Head of the BEE Academy

Lynne is an accomplished BEE Consultant with over 6 years in the BEE Audit environment and 4 years as a Senior Analyst and B-BBEE Technical Consultant. Lynne now holds the position of BEE Training Manager as well as BEESA’s own internal Learning and Development Manager.

This is the basics workshop on Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) that you have been missing!

BEESA has been in the business of providing B-BBEE consulting and training for over a decade. As a result, we have encountered most situations as they may relate to B-BBEE and its implementation. We have discovered a common challenge that many of those trying to implement B-BBEE are facing and that is that they have either never read the Codes of Good Practice or for those that have, many have found it to be a challenging read, further complicated by negative emotional sentiment and varying interpretive issues.

With this workshop, we simplify the B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice through an understandable presentation where we promote questions and discussion. We also cover many of the interpretive issues that are faced in real-world implementation along with ways that these can be dealt with.

This workshop is a must for anyone newly tasked with the implementation or management of B-BBEE in their business or those seeking a better understanding of the NEW B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice.

This workshop will include:

Basic theoretical understanding of all elements in the Amended DTI Codes of Good Practice i.e.:

1.Ownership with the significance to:

  • Direct Ownership
  • Flow-through Principle
  • Modified Flow-through Principle

2.Management Control (including Employment Equity) with the significance to:

  • Allocation of Occupational Levels across the Measured Entity
  • Impact of the Economic Active Population (EAP) target

3.Skills Development with the significance to:

  • What constitute as Skills Development Expenditure
  • Skills Development Learning Programme Matrix (category A to G programmes)
  • Impact of the Economic Active Population (EAP) target
  • 15% limitation of Skills Development Expenditure on category F&G programmes and any related training cost

4.Preferential Procurement sub-elements with the significance to:

  • What constitutes Recognised Supplier expenditure
  • What constitutes as a valid B-BBEE Certificate or Affidavit
  • Understanding how to calculate the Total Measured Procurement Spend
  • Understanding the importance of Import Substitution Plan
  • Understanding Empowering Supplier criteria

5.Enterprise Development & Supplier Development sub-elements with the significance to:

  • Qualifying Beneficiary criteria
  • Recognisable contribution

6.Socio-economic Development with the significance to:

  • Qualifying Beneficiary criteria
  • Recognisable contribution

7.Identify the interpretational issues in the B-BBEE industry.

8.Supporting documentation to recognise the claims under the B-BBEE Scorecard

9.A practical activity per element of the Amended B-BBEE Scorecard; which provides the delegates the opportunity to apply theoretical understanding to a simulated case study.

10.Learning Material Pack which consist of the basic principles of the Amended B-BBEE Codes, general explanation and basic calculations per element.

11.PDF PowerPoint Presentation of the Workshop.

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