How to Claim Back for Training Your Staff

28 March, 2017

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EXSA IS COMMITTED TO FURTHERING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT FOR THE EXHIBITION INDUSTRY

HOW TO CLAIM BACK FOR TRAINING YOUR STAFF

EXSA, in conjunction with the EXSA Academy, is delighted to announce the latest workshop for members.

This workshop will demonstrate how to complete your Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) and Annual Training Report (ATR) and claim back a portion from your SETA for training – both external and internal training – for your staff. You all pay your Skills Development Levies (SDL’s) to SARS – now this workshop will show you how to claim a portion of this back. It’s a win-win situation and at the same time also helps your BBBEE Scorecard! Did you know that if you employ more than 50 people you have to have a Training Committee? Let us un-ravel the law for you.

The workshop will cover:-

• The role of your Skills Development Facilitator
• Research for training needed in your company
• Planning this training for the year ahead
• Report on this via your WSP – Workplace Skills Plan and submit to the SETA for SARS
• How to complete your Annual Training Report, with registers, etc for both internal and external training


WHEN: Wednesday 5th April 2017

TIME: 09h30 – 12h30 (tea and coffee included)

WHERE: Inspire Furniture’s Warehouse in Wynberg, Johannesburg

COST: R950 per delegate (excluding VAT)

TO BOOK: Email - info@exsaacademy.co.za or call 011 467 6771


FACILITATOR: Charlene O’Connor is a highly qualified Consultant in the fields of Human Resource and Development, HR Strategy and Compliance. She holds various qualifications in Advanced Human Resource Management and has 19 years’ experience, working with top SA corporates in these fields.

CERTIFICATE: a certificate of attendance will be issued to each participant.

Training your staff improves your business performance, profit and staff morale.

Advantages include:
• you can choose what new skills your workforce gain
• targeting skills to meet the needs of your operation for now and for the future
• training your staff can result in better customer service, better work safety practices and productivity improvements
• you demonstrate to your workforce that you value them enough to invest in them, improving loyalty, self-esteem and staff retention
• enhance your company’s value- greater profitability, reduced waste and better career positions add value to organisations and individuals
• transformation and succession planning are only possible through skills development