(WSP/ATR) Submission 2019
PREPARING FOR, SUBMITTING AND MANAGING WORKPLACE SKILLS PLANS
Preparing and implementing a Workplace Skills Plan can be a daunting task. For most South African companies, compiling their annual Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) and submitting their Annual Training Report (ATR) is one of the biggest priorities – and often one of their biggest headaches – in the first quarter. Apart from being legally obliged to develop an annual WSP (under the Skills Development Act of 2003 and applicable Amendments of 2008), it provides a planned and structured approach to the type and amount of training for the year ahead based on the skills needs of an organisation.
- Overview of the Skills Development environment and the NQF
- Understanding the Skills Planning Process
- The Roles and Responsibilities of the Workplace Skill Planning Committee and the Employment Equity Act
- 4The Roles and Responsibilities of the Skills Development Facilitator
- Preparing a Training Needs Analysis
- Understanding the Difference Between Learnerships, Internships, Apprenticeships and Other Type of Skills Delivery
- Understanding the Different Types of Grants Available and How to Apply for These.
- Compiling the WSP and Reporting on Training
- Understanding the Organized Framework for Occupations (OFO) and How to Link Jobs
- Understanding the Link Between the WSP/ATR and the BBBEE Scorecard