Strategic View on B-BBEE
Strategic View on B-BBEE
22 Oct 2020
R 3000.00
Brief Description
The Strategic View on B-BBEE workshop focuses on broad-based black economic empowerment in a commercial context and facilitates strategic thinking and decision making in your organisations approach to implementing it successfully. The workshop is designed to assist you with a practical understanding of the different relevant pieces of legislation, including the B-BBEE Amendment Act, the Code of Good Practice, the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act (PPPFA) and the Preferential Procurement Regulations. B-BBEE should be seen as a tool that can be used to contribute to long-term sustainability and job creation, and to address the countrys growth and poverty challenges.
Learning Outcomes
After successfully completing this course, you will be able to execute a strategic analysis and view of B-BBEE demonstrate an understanding of the impact of B-BBEE on your organisation implement and address issues within each of the five elements, and illustrate skills in overall business improvement (incl. supplier development, upskilling of internal staff, processes enrichment and influencing the bottom line).
Course Content
Purpose and intent of legislation(B-BBEE Act, PPPFA, Preferential Procurement Regulations 2011 and Code of Good Practice 2013/2014) Practical application of the code, functions, role players and requirements Strategic analysis of the score card Discussion on each element New weightings and scores Priority elements, sub-minimums and discounting principles Practical implementation for organisations Examples of initiatives on each score card element Different industries and sector codes Skills development analysis and process Procurement policy key aspects Organisational restructuring and recruitment pointers B-BBEE audit and proof required Fronting Fronting risk Risk and legal implications Business benefits to implementing B-BBEE as a continuous business practice Preferential procurement: successful tenders Empowering and improving your own suppliers Upskilling and job creation Growth and sustainability
Entry Requirements
Prospective delegates should at least have a minimum of two years experience working in the field of B-BBEE or two years work experience in the business environment.
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Business Management and Entrepreneurship
Who Should attend:
This course is ideal for you if you are employed as a transformation manager (or serve on a transformation committee), procurement or supply chain manager, serve on your companys management team, if you are an enterprise development facilitator, potential supplier and/or buyer or a company stakeholder.
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