Skills Development Learnerships (employed and unemployed) are a priority element under the Amended B-BBEE codes.
Ukomelela HR Solutions can assist you with the submission of your Company’s Workplace Skills Plan - Annual Training Report to your relevant SETA. We have the necessary means and tools to make your WSP-ATR submission process easier and more efficient.
The Skills Development Act (2008) requires companies/organisations, with more than 50 employees or a total wage bill of more than R500,000 to pay SDL (Skills Development Levies) to SARS on a monthly basis.
SARS then distributes these funds to the respective SETA’s which in turn make funds available to its levy paying companies/organisations.
Furthermore, the act requires companies to submit WSP-ATR annually to the company’s relevant SETA. The submission of this report is thus a legal requirement.
A Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) is a strategic document that articulates how the employer is going to address the training and development needs in the workplace during the coming year.
An Annual Training Report (ATR) is a report that provides an overview of all training that took place during the previous year.
This report consists of all the proof of expenditure for training that commenced in the previous year, details of the training providers used as well as proof of the employees that went for training that year (attendance registers and certificates).
For more information about the amended B-BBEE codes and skills development, workplace skills plans and learnerships, please contact us.