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The Employment Equity Act requires a company to comply with the act in terms of recruitment policy and the Skills Development legislation requires that employees be trained and developed. Many employers need to comply in order to complete EE reports and to claim back Skills Development Levies. Companies need to comply in order to reach BEE scorecard targets.

The course is designed to enable the delegate to understand the

fundamentals of Employment Equity & Skills Developement. 

The author of the course Michael Opperman is also the author 

of two books called “A Practical Guide to Disciplinary Hearings” & “Investigating Misconduct and Incapacity.” 

Both books are published by Juta Law. 

Cost

$300.00 If you are currently resident in South Africa you will need to pay VAT at 15%.

Duration:

1 Days

Brochure:

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Prices have changed from 1 March 2018. Information may change without notice.

Delivery Method

Instructor Led classroom based training. Scheduled classes are normally held in Woodmead - near to Sandton in Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa. Stationary and textbook included. Refreshments, including 2 tea breaks and a cooked meal for lunch are provided for full time courses. Contact hours are between 9am to 4pm.

Audience

  • Company DirectorsHR/IR Personnel and Executives
  • Senior Management
  • Mid-Level Management
  • Junior Management and Supervisors
  • SDF's, Training Committee members and EE committee members

Pre-Requisites

None

Course Outline / Curriculum

Module 1 - Employment Equity Act 


1) Purpose of the act

 

2) Interpretation of the act 

 

3) Unfair Discrimination

•         What is Discrimination? 

•         The difference between fair and unfair discrimination
•         How unfair discrimination is prohibited  

•         Medical & psychological testing  

•         Discrimination in terms of employment applicants

•         Disputes concerning unfair discrimination 

•         The burden of proof

•         The legal route that can be followed  

 

4)  Affirmative Action 

•         What is a designated employer?

•         What are the duties of designated employers
•         Affirmative action measures

•         Consultation with employees & matters to be consulted on
•         Analysis   

•         Disclosure of information  

 

5) The Employment Equity Committee

•         The employment equity plan

•         The employment equity report 

•         The manager assigned to oversee the process
•         The employer’s duty to keep records

•         Income diferentials at diferent levels  

  

6) Commission for Employment Equity

 

 

7) Monitoring Enforcement & Legal Proceedings

 

8) General Provisions  

•         Codes of good practice
•         Regulations

•         Delegations 

•         Temporary employment services
•         Obstruction  

•         Relevant Documents

•         Interaction with Department of Labour

 

Module 2 – Skills Development Act  


1) Introduction  

•         Definitions 

•         Purpose of the Act

•         Interpretation


2) Schematic Representation of Role Players Within the Act

  

3) National Skills Authority

•         Establishment

•         Functions of the Authority 

 

4) Sector Education & Training Authorities (SETA’s)

•         Establishment of SETA’s

•         Functions of SETA’s

•         Constitution of SETA

5) Labour Centres

 

6) Learnerships   

•         Learnership agreements

•         Contract of Employment with learners 

•         Disputes about learnerships   


7) Skills Programs

 

8) Employment Services 

 

 

9) Artisan Development

•         National Artisan Moderation Body
•         Listing of trades

•         National registrar of artisans

 

10) Interaction with SARS

 

 

 

 

Schedule Dates and Booking

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Start Date Duration  
Thu 26 Jul 2018 1 Days Book Now