SDF Corp. is a well-established, sustainable Exempted Micro Black Beneficiary Enterprise. We strive ourselves as being an excellent example to other Skills Development Facilitators as to follow our lead in our values.
SDF Corp. specializes in Skills Development and the correct facilitation and quality control thereof. We are a one stop shop that provides service and manage legislation that SMME’s need to comply to.
Our expertise lies in our 70 years of combined experience in the business economy. Our strengths complement each other which makes us a force to be reckoned with. We are passionate and committed.
We believe in the development of people by providing skills development in the workplace and to provide service excellence to levy paying companies. To fulfil a Human Resource role where a need occurs and consults the client throughout the process of BBBEE, assisting them to develop and maintain a satisfactory score, Improve the prospects of the worker and increase productivity in companies.
Through accredited training and consulting, we want to assist in achieving a highly competitive and skilled workforce, and increase productivity in companies.
Customer Satisfaction and Service Excellence.
Performing to our functions in good faith, giving full effect to the obligations and spirit of the Skills Development Act and any relevant related legislation and/or regulation. Abstaining from any conduct of interests that may conflict with relevant legislation and/or regulatory framework.
SDF Corp. is a Level 2, EME, 51% Black Owned Company and therefore an Enterprise Development Beneficiary. Appointing SDF Corp. as your Supplier, will benefit you on your:
We ensure full benefits implementation on the different criteria from Government Departments.
SDF CORP COMMODITIES
K2014180612 (Pty) Ltd t/a SDF Commodities, Reg. no 2014/180612/07 (hereinafter “SDF Comm.”) is a 51% Black Owned, EME, Level 2, Cat A, Enterprise and Supplier Development Beneficiary (here in after ‘ESD”), aimed as a commodities trading facilitator and incubator for Black Entrepreneurs and start-up Black Owned Businesses.
To improve Preferential Procurement and uplift Black Owned QSE and EME Entities to become sustainable and a preferred Empowering Supplier in the Supply Chain.
The relationship between Employer and to enable important for the health of your company and enable your company to grow sustainably. Your employees should be your best looked after assets. Good relationships within your business is not always possible, or there is no guarantee that it always will run smoothly because of the human factor.
People are complicated and unique, putting it in a mix, you are not guaranteed harmony within the workplace. Happy employees are dependant on a happy environment.
We are Professionals on a Senior Managerial Level with 10 years of experience in Human Resources Management and Industrial Relations with an expert understanding of litigation and legislation. All policies and procedures conducting in line with Labour Relations Act, Basic Conditions of Employment Act, Employment Equity Act, Skills Development Act, Company Act, Occupational Health and Safety Act.
SAFETY FIRST SAFETY ALWAYS
The Occupational Health and Safety Act are supported by subordinate legislation, Regulations and Codes of Practice, which give practical guidelines on how to manage health and safety issues.
Creating, enacting, and updating job safety programmes for employees that encompass government health and safety regulations as well as company standards for safety in the workplace. Training employees on the importance of health and safety on the job.
Under the Act we all have obligations that we must comply with. Twenty one sets of regulations form an inseparable part of the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
These regulations provide specifications and requirements towards the area that they govern.
Achieve It Training Center
“Give a man a fish, and he will eat for a day, teach a man to fish and you feed him for life. Teach a man to eat fish and he will eat steak.”
A serious problem exists, not only in the scarce and critical skills shortages, but in quality and experienced training.
Businesses can’t employ Designated Groups due to lack of expertise.
Women in the black communities are often solely responsible for the survival of their children; a child will stand a greater chance of survival (87%) if the mother has knowledge on good nutrition.
The emphasis in South Africa is on Education and sustainable development, new venture entrepreneurial development and job creation.
Better education to empower unskilled and unemployed individuals through accredited training programmes.
Excellent and Successful job placements and productive life skills within the South African Workplace.
Educate and develop, aligning employer’s needs with learners skills.
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