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Constitution of the training committee

Constitution of the training committee A training committee must have a constitution in place with  the  given mandate and should be performance-driven to ensure commitment. The committee should, aside from its legal obligations in terms of the Employment Equity Act and recommendations of the Skills Development Act, be committed to: Improving the quality of life of all workers, their prospects of work and mobility, Improving productivity in the workplace and the competitiveness of the organisation, Increasing the levels of investment in education and training and improving the return on that investment.…

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The training committee

The training committee It is strongly recommended that for organisations with more than 50 employees, a training committee is established for the purposes of consultation on training matters. This committee, as a whole, should reflect the interests of employees from all occupational categories in the organisation’s workforce. A consultative forum should be established or an existing forum used if this is appropriate. For example, an existing diversity committee, affirmative action or employment equity forum may be utilised. 1    Composition of the training committee All stakeholders should be included in this forum, for example:…

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