By now, most business owners have seen many reminders on the internet about the deadline for Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) and Annual Training Report (ATR) submissions that are due 30 April 2023. Skills Development legislation currently determines that any business with an annual payroll of over R500 000 must submit their WSPs and ATRs – […]

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Achieve-it Training Centre is an Accredited NPC that offers Business Administration NQF Level 2. With Achieve It Training Centre, we are building the future of South Africa with a qualified workforce, empowered people, skilled professionals, and creating a sustainable future for all. WE OFFER: Learnerships Skills Programmes Short Courses online Accredited qualifications Funding application with […]

5 Reasons to conduct a professional Skills Development and EE Evaluation

If your company pays a Skills Development Levy each month (any company with an annual payroll exceeding R500 000), it is critical to conduct a Skills Development and Employment Equity Evaluation that will enable you to accurately implement and monitor your efforts: It allows you to identify shortfalls, gaps, signs of EE non-compliance, and discrepancies […]

Why should organizations implement skills development, now more than ever?

While the full impact of COVID-19 on South Africa is still unclear, we can all agree that this pandemic has brought both negative and positive change for businesses. Looking at the socio-economic consequences caused by this pandemic, businesses have been faced with difficult decisions as the pandemic forced an increased unemployment rate and loss of […]

5 Steps to make Skills Development programmes work for you and your employees

Do you feel that Skills Development spend is an unavoidable burden that drains funds that could have been put to better use elsewhere? If you relate to this at all, then your Skills Development programme is probably not working for you or your employees. Having honest and open conversations with your employees about their Skills […]


The City of Cape Town is offering financial support to aspiring and existing students who are residing in the greater Cape Metropolitan Area. The financial support is for full-time studies. All applicants need to be registered; and must pursue further studies towards an undergraduate or postgraduate degree or diploma in one of the approved City […]