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Forwarding and Clearing Sub-Sector Code for B-BBEE

2. Long Term Vision

2.6 TETA undertakings (to achieve this vision)



2.6.1 Play a more interventionist role to influence training priorities in the F&C Chamber. Assist stakeholders with analysis of the number of people in a particular skills set (or job category) broken down by race, gender and people living with disability.


2.6.2 Continuoulsy conduct analysis and update statistics about the future demand and supply of critical skills sets.


2.6.3 Continuously analyse the quantity, quality and nature of F&C training that companies are doing.


2.6.4 Commit to this B-BBEE Sub-Sector Code and strive to achieve the targets set (where applicable) as per the indicators in the balanced scorecard both internally and with specific reference to service providers.


2.6.5 Align its mission and vision with the imperatives of B-BBEE and assist with the provisioning of relevant B-BBEE data that will be key for the implementation and monitoring of this strategy.


2.6.6 Enable the achievement of the education and training objectives of this charter, without unnecessary bureaucratic impediments.


2.6.7 The signatories of this Sub-Sector Code are of the view that the sector should endeavour to facilitate the realisation of these commitments by monitoring contributions to B-BBEE. The evaluation of these contributions should be conducted through an Evaluation Matrix provided in Appendix B.