Last month, the DTI finally released the changes to the B-BBEE codes for the YES Initiative. Organisations are asking themselves how do we respond to the added pressure of bringing in more interns and learners. For many of you, this will be an additional headache on your existing workload. Having implemented over 15 000 learnerships, I have learned what works best and what should be avoided.
Join us at our next Community of Experts workshop where I discuss how the new B-BBEE codes will affect you and share best practices of using learnerships to bring fresh, young talent into your teams.
- Help formulate a strategy for your company’s response to B-BBEE codes & YES Initiative
- Maximise your B-BBEE skills development points
- Measure risks and find solutions to bringing new people on board
- Learn secrets of success of implementing learnerships
- Execute your programme within constraints of current budget, workload and workforce
Who should attend?
Learning and Development Managers
Employment Equity Champions
Date: 16 November 2018
Time: 9.00 – 12.00
Venue: i-Fundi Offices, 1st Floor, Regenesys Campus, 4 Pybus Road, Sandton
Should you have any queries, please call Sajila Sewnarain on 011 290 5900 or email email@example.com.
Stefan Lauber, as co-founder of i-Fundi, was one of the first to implement learnerships in South Africa. He has been involved in implementing over 15 000 learnerships since 2003. Having led the Jobs Summit for the last two years, he has interacted with over 200 companies and learning tricks of the trade. He will share his experience with you, focusing on the ten steps of learnership implementation and the key secrets to success.