In today's dynamic business landscape, organisations face increasing pressure to ensure compliance with employment equity legislation and actively contribute to the economic empowerment of marginalised groups. The Short Learning Programme in Employment Relations on Employment Equity and Compliance with B-BBEE is designed to address these critical challenges and equip participants with the knowledge and skills needed to navigate this complex terrain successfully.
Participants will acquire a proper knowledge of the different areas of Employment Equity that are widely considered as important to the effective conduct of Employment Relations in the workplace. Through role-play, case studies, practical exercises, and lectures, participants are helped in workshops towards honing their own skills in managing Employment Equity. Overall, the purpose of the course is to create a cohort of informed and empowered individuals who can play instrumental roles in promoting employment equity, driving B-BBEE initiatives, and shaping a brighter, more equitable future for South Africa. Through knowledge, understanding, and action, participants can be catalysts for positive change within their organisations and society at large.
To enrol in this program, you need a matric qualification or similar. It is open to individuals from various backgrounds interested in a deeper understanding of employment equity and B-BBEE. Whether you are an HR professional, business owner, or aspiring entrepreneur, this program will provide valuable insights and practical guidance.
Learning assumed to be in place
Proficiency in English is essential to ensure effective learning and meaningful participation in discussions, activities, and assessments.
Course outcomes and the associated assessment criteria
|After completion of this course, participants will have:
|Participant will be assessed on the following criteria:
|Basic knowledge and informed understanding of employment equity.
|Knowledge and, and the ability to monitor and evaluate an employment equity plan.
|Basic knowledge and informed understanding of the Acts that play a role in employment equity.
|Basic knowledge and informed understanding of what affirmative action entails.
|Knowledge of and the ability to discuss an employment equity plan as part of a practical exercise.
|The ability to compile a guide to implement diversity management in the workplace.
The assessment will include both formative and summative components, such as quizzes, written assignments, group discussions, case studies, and practical exercises. These assessments will not only gauge participants' knowledge of the Employment Equity Act and B-BBEE requirements but also assess their ability to develop and implement effective Employment Equity Plans.
Method of assessment
The assessment will include both formative and summative components..
H34 100 1
Mode of delivery
Everybody involved in the workplace should benefit greatly. It includes practitioners, public service officials on National, Provincial, Local and Parastatals level as well as persons who would like to strengthen their original education or marketability.
Contact person name
Mrs Rentia Conradie
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