SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND B-BBEE

At TLC we guarantee that you will achieve the best level preferential procurement when you choose us as your training partner. In addition our status as 51% black owned company qualifies us as one of the few enterprises and suppliers that can be developed to ensure maximum points on your scorecard. We are committed to first understanding your business needs and Training Spend Plan per race group for you to maximize your Skills Development Spend for your B-BBEE targets.

LEARNERSHIPS AND INTERNSHIPS

Developing skills in the workplace is essential to supporting business growth, achieving individual career aspirations, and reaching your B-BBEE targets.  If you’re looking for Learnerships and Internships that contribute to the business bottom-line and grow your talent pipeline, rather than just ticking the box for training, then read on!

LEARNERSHIPS

What is a Learnership?

1. A Learnership is SETA accredited to multiple unit standards and takes up to 30 days of training over a 12 month period.
2. Learnerships are facilitated and assessed by accredited facilitators.
3. There are four way contracts between the learner, the employer, service provider and SETA.
4. The salaries and learnership costs count towards the Skills Development spend

FETC Generic Management

SAQA Qualification ID: 57712
NQF Level: 4
Credits: 150
32 days of training

Business Administration

SAQA Qualification ID: 67465
NQF Level: 3
Credits: 120
36 days of training

INTERNSHIPS

Typical business-relevant priority skills that apply across all industry sectors include:

• Management and leadership skills, particularly middle management upward (such as managing teams, strategy and execution, problem-solving, and financial acuity;
• Business and process improvement skills that deliver real business value (including problem-solving, waste elimination, and increasing efficiency, productivity and yields);
• Customer experience / customer service skills that align the entire organisation around meeting customer needs more effectively.
Boosting these skills will help South African businesses to compete on world markets, thereby driving job creation as well as increasing export earnings to stabilise our economy and provide inclusive growth.

What is an Internship?

1. An Internship is a programme that is run by an accredited institution.
2. The learner signs an Internship contract.
3. An Internship includes theoretical training and a workplace application project.
4. It does not have to be SETA registered or administered.
5. The salaries and training costs count towards the Skills Development spend.
6. The learner is assessed and receives a certificate.

Lean Leader Certification Internship

Simulated and own project

NQF Level 4
Continuing Education Units (CEU’s): 18
Level: 4 Certification
    Theory
    Exam
    Practical workplace project
Internationally Accredited IACET: #5451580

12 month internship

Conscious Leader Internship

Management Development

NQF Level 5
Continuing Education Units (CEU’s): 15.4
Level: 4 Certification
    Theory
    Exam
    Practical workplace project
Internationally Accredited IACET: #5451580

12 month internship

Emerging Leader Internship

Supervisor Development

NQF Level 5
Continuing Education Units (CEU’s): 15.4
Level: 4 Certification
    Theory
    Exam
    Practical workplace project
Internationally Accredited IACET: #5451580

12 month internship