Revised Broad Based BEE codes for public comment

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Sunday, 7 October 2012  |  Comments

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Join Transcend Corporate Advisors at a morning session that will highlight the changes in the revised BEE codes and the implications these changes will have on your business.

There are significant changes that will take place in the proposed B-BBEE Codes.

As business and the public we have to understand these proposed changes and the affects that they will have on our businesses and our future.

Join us for a morning session where we will cover the interpretation issues and the technical comparisons of the proposed changes.

The following topics will be discussed:

• High level Strategic implications of the changes for South Africa as a nation.
• Focus on a comparative analysis and pillar by pillar approach, to review the differences of the proposed changes
• What do the changes mean for your business from a strategic perspective
• Verification preparation Implications

Johannesburg - 11th, 17th and 22nd of October 2012 (choose a date)
Glenhove Conference Centre

Durban – 9th of October and 6th of November
Garden Court Umhlanga - Umhlanga Rocks

Cape Town – 10th of October and 16th November
Atlantic Imbizo - Waterfront

Times and Costs
08h30 – 13h00
Cost
R1250 ex VAT per delegate (book for 3 or more and receive 25% discount)
Non – Profit Organisations qualify for 50% discount.

All delegates will receive a CD containing the proposed changes in searchable format.


In-House training on the changes
All our training is available as in-house training and can be presented to your EXCO, Human Resource Team, Suppliers, and Procurement Team etc.
If you would like to have these changes presented to your team in-house…OR
If you would like to present the implications of the changes to your suppliers…


Please contact Brian at Transcend to arrange an in-house session email brian@transcend.co.za

Companies that have benefited from our training...

BHP Billiton; ABSA; Jet Demolition; Department of Agriculture; Telkom; Alexander Forbes; Anglo; Imperial Group; Barloworld; BMW; Grindrod; De Beers; Discovery; Liberty Life; Mutual & Federal; Nedbank; Old Mutual; Parmalat; Standard Bank; First National Bank; Group 5; SASOL; Murray and Roberts; IDC; NEF; Xstrata; Mvelaphanda; Siyanda Coal; Sun International; Woolworths

For additional information please contact Brian on 011 442 2433
 

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