Course Overview

The primary aim of broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE) is to promote the achievement of the constitutional right to equality, increase broad-based and effective participation of black people in the economy and promote a higher growth rate, increased employment and a more equitable income distribution. In order to achieve this, the South African government has enacted a policy of Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment.

It is businesses’ responsibility to give affect to these requirements. The first step in the process of achieving this is by understanding B-BBEE so that you can implement it to your business’s best advantage.

Part 1 Introduction to B-BBEE
Part 2 The Codes of Good Practice
Part 3 B-BBEE strategy and implementation: what are you aiming for and how will you get there?

 The course outline overleaf highlights some of the course’s key learning points. As part of your training program, we will modify content as needed to meet your business objectives. Upon request, we will provide you with a copy of the participant materials prior to the session(s).

Course Outline

Part one: Introduction to B-BBEE

  1. The rationale behind B-BBEE
  2. How B-BBEE works
  3. B-BBEE points levels
  4. What are you aiming for?
  5. The advantages of compliance
  6. The B-BBEE scorecards: QSEs, EMEs vs. Generic Scorecards & Sector Codes

Part two: The Codes of Good Practice

  1. Code 100:
Measures the level of black ownership of a business
  1. Code 200:
Measures the level of black management and control of a business
  1. Code 300:
Outlines general principles for measuring employment equity in the  workplace
  1. Code 400:
Measures the extent to which employers develop the skills and competencies of black people
  1. Code 500:
Measures the level of goods and services that a business buys from B-BEE compliant suppliers
  1. Code 600:
Measures a business’s contribution to enterprise development
  1. Code 700:
Measures the extent to which a business promotes access to the economy for black people and contributes to socioeconomic development

Part three: Strategy and implementation – the way forward

  1. Building your B-BEE Scorecard
  2. Aligning your systems
  3. Managing B-BBEE going forward
  4. Harnessing the opportunities presented by B-BBEE

Available Format

This can be delivered as a one day programme or a more detailed two-day programme, where B-BBEE calculations are done to illustrate the impact of organisational structure and initiatives

  • Duration of the training day is usually 08:30 – 16:30
  • It is suitable for supervisors and managers who are responsible for finance, personnel, procurement, employment equity or skills development. It is also suitable for owners/ managers responsible for strategic, management decisions in the organisation.
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