How to strategically implement the amended BBBEE codes

Find out how to strategically implement the amended BBBEE codes at one of PMI’s national 1-day workshops facilitated by John Botha (Adcorp’s Head of Strategy and NEDLAC representative).

The amended BBBEE codes come into effect on 1 May 2015. Many companies are concerned regarding the impact on their BBBEE verification status and the possible increase in the cost of compliance.

It is therefore more important than ever for businesses to ensure they obtain the maximum points possible by engaging in the elements that can be optimised and strategically aligned to their businesses, such as skills development, which counts for a total of 25 points (including 5 bonus points).

To assist businesses in the strategic implementation of the amended BBBEE codes, PMI is hosting full day workshops in all major centres across South Africa.

Durban – 8 May
Port Elizabeth – 12 May
Cape Town – 13 May
Johannesburg – 14 May

“PMI continues to add value to our business as a strategic partner. This has once again been proven through their BBBEE workshop. This workshop allowed us to look at our business as a whole and craft solutions that will positively impact the way we tackle Skills Development and Employment Equity going forward.” - Isak Staaks, General Manager: Wool and Mohair, BKB

"We found the session gave great insight to the extent that we engaged in further consultation with John Botha and PMI to assist us in national policy and plan development.” - Chantal Schoombie, HR Executive, Aramex South Africa

PMI is registered as a Private Higher Education Institute with the Department of Higher Education and Training and is accredited by 8 SETAs.

We are a verified BBBEE Level 2 contributor with 125% procurement recognition. PMI currently train more than 13 000 learners per year and have over 40 years’ training experience.


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