We make sure you are compliant by giving you assistance & advice on:
• Compliance with Acts, Regulations and Councils
• Compliance with Skills Development
• Obtaining the required documentation according to South African Labour Law and Regulation
NEASA assists in ensuring compliance with all the skills development requirements for your business.
This service includes the allocation of a dedicated Skills Development Facilitator (SDF) to your business, who will:
• act as the contact person between the relevant Sector Education Training Authority (SETA) and your business;
• ensure that your business is registered with the relevant SETA;
• assist in establishing the training needs in your business to develop a Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) and Annual Training Report (ATR);
• if required, assist in establishing a training committee;
• advise on business learnerships;
• obtain the required documentation in order to claim back the 20% Mandatory Grant for your business from the SETA, submit a Pivotal Training Plan (PTP) and Pivotal Training Report (PTR) which complies with the requirements of the SETA; and provide telephonic advice on skills related matters.
Let’s get in touch to see how we can assist you with skills development in your business.
An accredited facilitator will be assigned to your business to:
• advise on compliance with the Employment Equity Act (EEA);
• consult with your business’s Employment Equity Manager in terms of Sec 16 of the EEA;
• assist with establishing a training committee and all processes pertaining thereto;
• conduct a profile analysis (EEA12) of your business to identify affirmative action barriers in terms of Sec 19 of the
• prepare an Employment Equity Plan (EEA13) in terms of Sec 20 of the EEA;
• assist with submissions to the Director General of Labour on progress made in respect of the implementation of the
Employment Equity Plan in terms of Sec 21 of the EEA; and
• provide telephonic advice to your business on employment equity matters.
• Legal Poster Services
• Occupational Health and Safetey
BROAD BASED BLACK ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT (BBBEE)
A consultant will be assigned to your business to:
• comprehensively consult with your business, based on the B-BBEE Act and Sector Codes;
• conduct an assessment of your business’s current B-BBEE status in accordance with the B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice;
• electronically conduct an in-depth analysis of each element to determine your business’s potential to maximise its level of compliance;
• evaluate qualifying Enterprise Development and Socio-Economic Development contributions;
• assist in obtaining the highest possible B-BBEE score for your company;
• conduct an assessment of compliance with the Employment Equity Act;
• conduct an assessment of compliance with the Skills Development Act; and
• submit the audit file to an IRBA / SANAS approved accredited agency for verification.