Skills Development for BEE

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A new training progamme offers you a practical approach to skills development that ensures you maximise your BEE points and at the same time achieve tangible results in terms of return on investment on your business and people development strategy.


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A practical approach to Skills Development that ensures you maximise your BEE points and at the same time achieve tangible results in terms of Return on Investment on your Business and People Development Strategy.
Staff turnover figures are on the increase as companies are forced to improve EE figures.
This is because of the challenges companies are faced with in attracting and retaining high quality Black staff.
Companies need to consider becoming a training ground for required skills in their industry or poaching from other businesses.
Companies that poach are experiencing higher staff turnover figures that those that train!

The rate at which organisations learn and can keep up with skills development has become a competitive advantage that no company should ignore.
Added to this is the challenge of acquiring or retaining a desirable BEE Score. Why not address these two challenges simultaneously? We will show you how.
During the workshop we cover the following:

Understanding the Skills Development elements of the BEE Scorecard; Linking skills development to strategic intent
Change in individuals, teams and organisations
Maximising your training budget
Maximising the effectiveness of training courses
Assessing Skills Gaps
Prioritising Training Schedule; Identifying the best courses
The importance of Learnerships
Ensuring a best practice approach to skills development
Achieving results through learning and development
Developing a plan of action

Programme
The BEE Scorecard and Skills Development

Overview on the BEE Social programme
The critical role skills plays in transformation
What training counts? What expenses count?
Skills administration systems required for Verification
Why Learnerships are so important
The role of Leadership Development programmes
The role of Specialist Academies
How training can effect staff turnover
Training staff with disabilities
Effective use of Bursaries; Measuring the true cost of training
Train or poach? Recruit and up-skill is the way forward
A Strategic Approach to Skills Development

Translating strategy into people development results
Workplace Skills Plan - more than a statement of intent
Your training budget as a strategic weapon
Learning and Development Best Practice

Do you have the best people for the job?
Do you have the right systems and processes?
How is learning and skills development viewed in your company?
Learning interventions that achieve results
It's about more than learning outcomes
Knowing what is the right intervention
A skills pipeline approach; In-house or outsource?
Superskilling
Practical ways of ensuring success

Learnerships; Skills Programmes; Corporate interventions
Your skills development calendar
Understanding the SD elements of the BEE Scorecard

Linking skills development to strategic intent
Maximising your training budget
Maximising the effectiveness of training courses
Assessing Skills Gaps; Prioritising Training Schedule
Identifying the best courses; The importance of Learnerships
Ensuring a best practice approach to skills development
Achieving results through learning and development
Developing a plan of action

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ABOUT YOUR PRESENTERS
Gail Styger is the CEO of Outlearning and a Director of BEESA Skills.
She is passionate about skills development and believes that it cannot be successful without a strategic approach and the desire for tangible results.
This takes planning and effort, but will show enormous benefits to companies and their employees.
For the past 20 years she has worked in this field and will share with you her experience, insights and some practical ways to make things happen.
Andrew Bizzell is the CEO of BEESA Consulting and a Director of BEESA Skills.
He is also the co-founder of the National Association of BEE Consultants (NABC) and the Chairperson for the Institute of Enterprise Development (IED). Andrew has presented to more than 500 of South Africa's leading businesses on BEE.
He has clearly identified the importance that Skills Development plays in a number of public events and can share effective approaches to maximise the returns your business can achieve from its skills budget.

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