Our BEE Model

Benefits of working with Tshuletsa

A direct benefit of working with Tshuletsa is that it entitles you to claim the relevant B-BBEE points available for Enterprise Development, Socio-Economic Development and Skills Development.

A very interesting added benefit would occur if you take the now pre-selected and trained graduate from the SED funded program on as a learner to achieve your BEE objective under Skills Development.

In addition, our SED program is a Category F Skills Development course which is defined as; Continuing professional development, attendance certificates and credits against registered unit standards (in some instances).

Any B-BBEE Skills Development money that you spend on existing staff by putting them through our Work-Readiness Bursary Program, Work-Readiness Orientation Workshop or any of the individual courses, will be recognized as Skills Development.

So, by combining both Socio-Economic Development and Skills Development you will maximize your point’s achievement on your B-BBEE scorecard.

Direct savings are achieved by not having to pay recruitment costs for well-selected “Work ready” trained black students. This is a huge benefit considering the current market circumstances in South Africa. Tshuletsa is effectively offering pre-selected and effectively trained black staff that have the exact aptitude and skill to make it and succeed within your organization.

The Tshuletsa Academy qualifies as a level B beneficiary in terms of the BEE Codes of Good Practice to receive Enterprise Development funds.

A Transformational Relationship

  1. A Socio-Economic Development program should feed Skills Development
    1. Identify future employees
    2. Support skills needed in the business
    3. Return on Investment for the company
  2. Skills Development should feed Employment Equity
    1. Learnerships or Internships
    2. Developing skills for promotion
    3. The correct training
  3. Employment Equity should feed Management Control
    1. Management and Leadership Development Programmes

BEE Model and SED Model Diagrams