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Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act, 2003 (Act No. 53 of 2003)

Codes of Good Practice on Black Economic Empowerment

Integrated Transport Sector Codes

Forwarding and Clearing Sub-Sector Code for B-BBEE

3. Indicators of Empowerment (to achieve this vision)

3.4 Skills Development

3.4.4 TETA Commits to: Conduct research to Identify scarce management (generic) and professional (F&C specific) skills that the industry will require over the next decade and map out future demand and supply scenarios in the detailed skills audit. Conduct research on the supply side of the skills development equation- i.e. the institutions that will provide the required management, professional and technical skills. The research will determine whether the identified institutions have the capacity to meet the expected demand and whether their curricula meet the needs of industry. It will make proposals on how to increase the capacity and relevance of existing institutions and establish whether there is a need to establish a dedicated institution that will focus on developing skills for the Forwarding and Clearing Industry. Introduce, after consulting stakeholders and completing the skills audit, new categories of learnerships - in management, technical and professional occupational categories - to help stakeholders achieve their employment equity targets. Assist in unlocking funds from the National Skills Fund (NSF) for Management and Learnership Programmes in identified areas. Together with the Federation Internationale des Associations de Transitaires et Assimiles (FIATA), continuously benchmark training programmes against international best practice.