BBBee Consultation And Verification
Swift Skills Academy training academy is an advisory service provider, guiding businesses
throughout the BEE process, from assessment and document preparation,
to submission and verification.
Swift Skills Academy are therefore able to offer you a solution to all
your BEE requirements under one roof.
From the implementation of the different elements into your
business, to maximising your B-BBEE points, to finalising and
presenting you with a BBEE Certificate that represents your
company’s commitment to the Broad Base Black Economic
Empowerment Codes of Good Practise.
Our primary goal is assisting our clients in attaining maximum
points on their B-BBEE scorecard. With that said,- we are therefore
able to help & assist our Clients understand, plan and deal with
BBBEE more effectively. We take care of documentation, file
preparation and everything thats required to fully prepare for the BEE
Audit. We also attend the audit and ensure you attain the points as
governed by the DTI and Codes of Good Practise.
BBBEE has become an integral part of how South African companies conduct
business in today’s economy of equality. The biggest challenge most companies face
is a lack of knowledge,- of exactly what this Bee is, how to go about it and how to fully capatilise and get it to benefit their business instead of hiding their head in the sand like a ostrich but realise that their businesses can benefit enormously directly and indirectly which is from a financial point of view.
Our knowledgeable consultants are well-equipped to offer the right advice and expert assistance ensuring you receive the very best possible scorecard level that'll give you the competitive edge.
What makes Swift Skills Academy unique is that we care.
And Verification !
Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) is a programme launched by the South African government to redress the inequalities of Apartheid by giving previously disadvantaged groups (black Africans, Coloureds, Indians and some Chinese) of South African citizens economic privileges previously not available to them.
It includes measures such as Employment Preference, skills development, ownership, management, socioeconomic development, and preferential procurement.