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SD & B-BBEE | Reframed


Now On-Demand

Skills Development (SD) is often contextualized within the framework of the B-BBEE, however the agenda of these pivotal pieces of legislation is governed from separate vantage points within organisations.

Join our panel as we discuss the principles and objectives of Skills Development in the context of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act and debate sustainable solutions to drive organisations forward in 2020.

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Key Takeaways

  1. 1
    Evaluating the lens from which we view Skills Development, within organisations/industry.
  2. 2
    The governing principles of the B-BBEE Act and the Skills Development Act, contextual for Learning & Development professionals.
  3. 3
    Barriers and Challenges to achieving alignment with our governing legislation.
  4. 4
    Looking Forward: what opportunities and initiatives exist?
  5. 5
    Changing the narrative: what is meant by Purpose-Driven Development.

Presenter Profiles

Presenter Profiles

Cindy Londt | Operations Executive

At Omni HR Consulting, Cindy is accountable for the overall governance and implementation of skills development initiatives required by OMNI’s commercial clients and affiliate partners. With 18-years’ experience in the field of Education, Training and Development, she is passionate about client-relationship consulting and has a wealth of knowledge and experience in crafting strategic learning and development solutions to meet skills development objectives aligned to SETA and B-BBEE legislation.

Lister Saungweme Makaranga | Transformation Strategy & B-BBEE Specialist

Lister is a qualified and experienced transformation professional. Having worked in the industry for the last 10 years, holding various senior positions including: Technical Signatory, Verification Manager, B-BBEE Quality/Review manager, Senior Ratings Analyst as well as Transformation Strategy Developer. Lister is well versed on the codes including implementation, consumer education and change management as it pertains to transformational action plans.

Thulile Mahlutshana | Learning and Development Co-Ordinator

In Learning and Development at Matus, Thulile has 9 years’ experience in the field of HR with her speciality being in Industrial Relations, Recruitment and Training. Thulile is passionate and driven by everything related to skills development, having graduated from Varsity College and being a certified Skills Development Facilitator registered with the ETDP SETA.

Brendon Richards Human Resource & Skills Development Consultant

Brendon is an experienced resourcing consultant, with a keen focus on Employment Relations, Employee Benefits, Learning & Development and Supply Chain. Instrumental in creating solutions for organisations to achieve their desired outcomes, Brendon works with credible affiliate partners to support both the Human Capital and Skills Development objectives of organisations.

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