Amended Construction Sector Codes Workshop

  • Duration: 3 days
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This training is specially designed to get the attendee up to speed with all the changes in the Amended Construction Sector B-BBEE Codes which were gazetted on 1 December 2017.

In this interactive workshop, we simplify the Amended Construction Sector B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice through an understandable presentation where we promote questions and discussion. We cover the calculations along with 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 tasked with the implementation or management of B-BBEE in their business or those seeking a better understanding of the AMENDED CONSTRUCTION SECTOR B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice.

This 3 Day interactive workshop will include:

Basic theoretical understanding of all elements in the Amended B-BBEE Construction Sector :

1.Ownership with the significance to:

  • •Direct Ownership
  • •Flow-through Principle
  • •Modified Flow-through Principle
  • •Change of ownership targets at year 4 and beyond
  • •Impact of the Professionally Registered requirement for BEPs

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

  • •Allocation of Occupational Levels across the Measured Entity
  • •Benefit of merging Occupational Levels
  • •Understanding the alignment of Adjusted Recognition for Gender calculations to the targets
  • •Impact of the exclusion of the Economic Active Population (EAP) target
  • •What qualifies as a professionally registered employee

3.Skills Development with the significance to:

  • •What constitute as Skills Development Expenditure
  • •Basic understanding of the Skills Development Learning Programme Matrix (category A to G programmes)
  • •Impact of the Economic Active Population (EAP) target
  • •Understand the implementation of approved and verified mentorship programmes
  • •35% and 15% limitation of Skills Development Expenditure on category F&G programmes and related training costs respectively
  • •Understanding the alignment of Adjusted Recognition for Gender calculations to the targets

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

  • •What constitutes as 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.Supplier Development sub-element with the significance to:

  • •Qualifying Beneficiary criteria
  • •Recognisable contribution
  • •Impact of the Benefit Factor Matrix

6.Supplier Development Programmes sub-element with the significance to:

  • •What constitutes Compliant Supplier and Contractor Programmes
  • •Impact of the Measured Entity does not comply with this criteria

7.Socio-economic Development with the significance to:

  • •Qualifying Beneficiary criteria
  • •Recognisable contribution
  • •What constitutes structured SED projects
  • •Impact of the Benefit Factor Matrix
  • •Identify the interpretational issues in the B-BBEE industry.
  • •Supporting documentation to recognise the claims under the B-BBEE Scorecard

8.Learning Material Pack which consist of the basic principles of the Amended Construction Sector Codes, general explanation and basic calculations per element.

9.PDF PowerPoint Presentation of the two-day Workshop.

10.Certification of Course Completion awarded to delegate

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Price

R1,750.00

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