Black Economic Empowerment Act of 2003 is an elective legislation which seeks to reward entities who commit to the economic transformation strategies outlined by Government though the allocation of pricing, concessionary, licensing and incentive preference.
This legislation was refined in 2007 with the implementation of the Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment Codes of Good Practice to increase the pace of economic transformation encouraging closer alignment to the demographics of the Economically Active Population statistics and recognizing that an organizations commitment to this legislation could not only be measured by their ownership and management control credentials.
Training & Development
- Full Qualifications
- ICB Qualifications
- Skills Programmes
- ICDL Qualifications
- Learning Interventions
Siyaya Skills Institute’s core function within its SDF Outsourcing department is the administration and planning of skills development within our clients’ organization.
Our team is sensitive to the strategic objectives laid down by our customers while providing them with between 50 – 350% return on the money they choose to invest, dependant on their level of participation.
We at Siyaya Skills Institute understand that with the mountain of legislation it is challenging for businesses to be compliant in all areas without assistance.
In 2004 we instituted an Employment Equity desk within Siyaya to assist our clients with the Employment Equity Act compliance at each of our centres nationally.
We make it our business to keep abreast of all changes and developments within the Department of Labour Employment Equity framework.
Siyaya Skills Institute’s Disability Management Program gives employers a way to integrate and understand the employment of people with disabilities into their environment with the necessary support they would need to create a co-operative and productive workplace, not only as learnerships but future employment to meet their Employment Equity targets.