TRAINYOUCAN SETA Accredited Training Network 12250

TRAINYOUCAN Accredited Training Network is a Private Higher Education Institution registered with the DHET (Department of Higher Education and Training) and accredited through the ETDP SETA with level 4 BEE status. TRAINYOUCAN SETA Accredited Training Network We provides both NQF accredited courses and customised learning solutions to organisations and individuals, looking to maximise their investment in developing themselves. Leaders in courses such as Train the Trainer also known as Facilitator, Assessor, Moderator and SDF Training Courses or Skills Development Facilitator Training, Project Management and Disciplinary Hearing courses. TRAINYOUCAN SETA Accredited Training Network Our Members Forum consist of over 17800 discussions, templates, model answers and incentive course discounts for every single course offered by our network. That’s right! We have free resources and discussions on every single course offered to members who attended a course with us with life-time access and support. TRAINYOUCAN SETA Accredited Training Network In order to ensure that the overall quality of learning and assessment in South Africa is maintained at a consistently high level, the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) requires that all corporate learning departments be accredited by the relevant ETQA. TRAINYOUCAN SETA Accredited Training Network As part of our barest minimum standard and as can be attested by our previous and existing clients, are we fully compliant with all the requirements of the NQF act. We very clear in what we offer and do not get involved in any fraudulent or misleading advertising. TRAINYOUCAN SETA Accredited Training Network VENUE HIRE DURBAN: We are not in the hospitality industry, but we do make our venue available to the public when not in use. Plenty of parking available, on TAXI route and not far from Durban CBD area, WIFI provided with a 4MB line, 2 white boards, flip-chart (markers provided, not flip chart paper but can be purchased at the venue) and standard tea/coffee included. Halaal bakery/deli within walking distance as well as a Mosque. Situated at the back of Avonmore SPAR with a range of freshly baked products, not to mention their range of hot meals. TRAINYOUCAN SETA Accredited Training Network TRAINYOUCAN SETA Accredited Training Network

How does BEE apply to the Public Sector

BEE is applicable to public sector entities, both in terms of:
1. how each public sector entity is rated internally for BEE purposes and accordingly the BEE Status Level that that specific public sector entity has achieved, and
2. how public sector entities must utilise the principles of BEE to measure third party suppliers for procurement, licenses and similar activities.
1. Internal BEE Measurement
S3 of Code Series 000 Statement 000 of the Codes provides that the various public entities are measurable under the Codes.

Code Series 000 Statement 004 specifies that Public Sector Entities are to be measured in accordance with the Scorecard for Specialised Entities. The Scorecard for Specialised Entities is essentially an adjusted Scorecard measuring 6 BEE elements and excluding ownership.
2. BEE principles in relation to third party suppliers

S10 of the B-BBEE Act requires organs of state to apply the Codes when entering into decisions affecting:
• Procurement;
• Licensing and concessions
• public private partnerships (PPP’s);
• The sale of state-owned entities.
Procurement Scoring System
Public sector procurement is governed by the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000 (“the PPPFA”).
The PPPFA provides a scoring system for assessing suppliers in relation to the award of public sector procurement. The score achieved by the supplier is essentially calculated in accordance with 2 components:
1. General Factors (eg. price, delivery time, quality etc.); and
2. BEE Factors
Until recently there has been no alignment between the PPPFA and the BEE Codes. The BEE Factors considered have been variable at the discretion of the body that issued the tender. Historically the BEE Factors that have been primarily utilised have been the black ownership and management credentials of the supplier
As of 7 December 2011 however, new Regulations to the PPPFA will come into effect requiring that public sector enterprises must utilise the supplier’s BEE Scorecard in calculating the score achieved in relation to the BEE Factors.
The value of the tender will affect the allocation of points between the General Factors and the BEE Factors, as follows:
For tenders with a value of below R1 Million:
• 80 points are allocated towards the General Factors; and
• 20 points are allocated towards the BEE Factors.
For tenders with a value of above R1 Million:
• 90 points are allocated towards the General Factors; and
• 10 points are allocated towards the BEE Factors.
The number of points achieved under the BEE Factors component will be calculated in accordance with the BEE Status Level of a supplier, as determined by their BEE Scorecard, as follows: