04. BEE MANAGERS COURSE

BEE MANAGER'S COURSE

Course Capacity
10 BEE Managers

Course Duration
3 hours weekly for 5 months

Format
60 hours theory and
5 months practical assignments

Location
BEE Academy/Place of work

Qualification
Course Certificate

 

The BEE Managers Course was developed to assist BEE Managers to acquired the required knowledge and skills to effectively manage corporate transformation and a company's B-BBEE score.

The BEE Academy has spent the last 5 years researching successful BEE management principles which have been applied by Transformation and B-BBEE Practitioners, BEE Consultants, Human Capital Managers and Supply chain Managers and has collated this Intellectual Property into a 5 month course which empowers a BEE Manager to initiate and implement an Integrates Sustainable BEE working environment in any business of any size.

The BEE Managers Course consists of both theory and practical elements and is structured to ensure the BEE Manager acquires the knowledge and skill by sharing the theory in information sessions, work shopping the theory to achieve a solid conceptual understanding before applying this knowledge in the workplace. It is required that the BEE Manager attends the BEE Academy for 3 hours per week, every week for 5 months. The course includes training, mentoring, practical and assessment components. The Courses start in January and July each year."

This course contains all the information required to effectively manage a company's B-BBEE Score. The Trainers will share how they have used 'Business Cases' to achieve buy-in from all levels of management and 'Business Cycles', 'Leverage Points', BEE Process and BEE Systems to embed BEE into the business' operations. The Trainers will train on the 'Integrated Sustainable Operational Governance' (ISOG) BEE Framework which provides an effective framework within which BEE Programmes can be successfully delivered.

The Trainers will share information on how companies have established BEE Management structures which are designed to limit BEE administration time while maintaining the required controls over BEE score progress. They will show how secure return on investment from BEE programmes in all areas of the BEE Scorecard and explore how to measure the return on investment.

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COURSE CURRICULUM PRACTICAL ASSIGNMENTS

MONTH 1 - Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Leadership Module

Week 1

Application Learnering Framework Read 'Integrated Sustainable BEE' transforming South Africa
Skills Acquisition Continuum
South African Historical Context
Socio-economic Transformation Theory

Week 2

B-BBEE Legal Environment Assess the current state of leadership and Management over BEE in your business. Identify areas which are effective, need to be addressed and could be improved
B-BBEE Policy Framework
Managing the BEE time-line
The role of Leadership
BEE Management Structures

Week 3

BEE Integrated Sustainable Operational Governance (ISOG) Framework Assess the current state of Operational Governance in your business. Identify risks associated with operational governance gaps
BEE Compliance versus Transformation Buy-in
A Business Case for B-BBEE
Working within a Corporate Culture

Week 4

The Role of the Goal Develop and present an implementation plan for Integrated Sustainable BEE Operational Governance environment in your business using all the tools available to achieve success
Using Business Cycles
Using Leverage Points
Understanding Return on Investment
Centralised and de-centralised control
Setting BEE Targets
How to use BEE Processes
How to use BEE Scorecard Systems
Periodic Monitoring and Measurement
Periodic Reporting
 

MONTH 2 - Human Capital Value Chain Module (Management Control, Employment Equity, Skills Development and Socio-economic Development)

Week 1

Technical Understanding of the Management Control and Employment Equity Code Assess current Employment Equity Management Structure Develop/enhance the Employment Equity Goal and Policy

Week 2

Technical Understanding of the Skills Development and Socio-economic Development Code Assess current Skills Development Management Structure Develop/enhance the Skills Development Goal and Policy

Week 3

Integrated Sustainable Human Capital Value Chain Best Practice and workable principles Assess the current state of your business against the Integrated Sustainable Human Capital Value Chain Framework (Management Control, Employment Equity, Skills Development, Socio-economic Development)

Week 4

Integrated Sustainable Human Capital Value Chain Best Practice and workable principles Assess the current state of your business against the Integrated Sustainable Human Capital Value Chain Framework
 

MONTH 3 - Human Capital Value Chain Module (Management Control, Employment Equity, Skills Development and Socio-economic Development)

Week 1

Structuring an Integrated Sustainable Human Capital Value Chain Operational Governance Environment Develop/enhance the Integrated Sustainable Human Capital Business Strategy

Week 2

Structuring an Integrated Sustainable Human Capital Value Chain Operational Governance Environment Develop a plan to improve the current state through the implementation of an Integrated Sustainable Human Capital Value Chain Governance Framework

Week 3

Integrated Sustainable Human Capital Value Chain Implementation challenges and solutions Amend the plan to improve the current state and implement an Integrated Sustainable Human Capital Value Chain Governance Framework

Week 4

Presentation of Skills Development understanding, policy, procedure, strategy and Programmes Present to your company's BEE Committee and/or BEE Management Team
 

MONTH 4 - Enterprise and Supplier Development Value Chain Module

Week 1

Technical Understanding of the Preferential Procurement and Enterprise Development Code Calculate your company's Total Measured Procurement Spend and Enterprise Development Target

Week 2

Structuring an Integrated Sustainable Preferential Procurement and Enterprise Development Operational Governance Environment Secure the procurement data required to calculate the company's Preferential Procurement Score

Week 3

Preferential Procurement and Enterprise Development Best Practice and workable principles Develop a Preferential Procurement and Enterprise/Supplier Development Strategy which has the optimum return on investment for your business

Week 4

Presentation of Preferential Procurement and Enterprise Development understanding, policy, procedure, strategy and Programmes Present the Preferential Procurement and Enterprise/Supplier Development Strategy to the Procurement and Finance Management Teams
 

MONTH 5 - B-BBEE Verification Audit Management Module

Week 1

The DTI, SANAS and IRBA Review the Verification Manual and Guidelines and identify issues for your business
Accredited Verification Agencies (SANAS/IRBA)
Verification Agency Staff Structure
Verification Audit Process
The BEE Certificate and the BEE Scorecard Report
Who owns your BEE Certificate

Week 2

Technical Training on the Verification Manual and Guidelines Collect all the documentation for a Quarterly Verification Audit

Week 3

Developing a company's BEE Scorecard and calculating a score Collect the missing documentation and develop a related BEE Scorecard and Score
Managing the supporting evidence
Identifying documentation risks

Week 4

Present a Quarterly Verification Audit File for your Business along with a related Scorecard and Score Assess existing BEE process and identify improvements
 

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