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What is the Compliance Captain Skills Programme?

The Compliance Captain is a customised accredited skills development programme, which consists of 19 credits and aligned to the National Certificate: Occupation Directed Education Training and Development Practices (ODETDP) NQF5 qualification.

 Although similar to a standard SDF course, what makes this programme unique, is the incorporation of topics such as anti-bribery and corruption and POPIA, making this programme ideal for those responsible for transformation in organisations.

Why become a Compliance Captain?

The Compliance Captain Skills Programme has been designed to develop and enhance the five skills and competencies required by businesses from their compliance managers. The focus is on the transfer of practical skills that will be used in the workplace and to comply with mandatory legislative submissions.

    Who should attend?

    The Compliance Captain skills programme is ideally suited for employees tasked with the following responsibilities:

    • Everyone seeking to understand legislation in SA;
    • Company Information Officers and Deputy Information Officers, everyone involved in the POPIA process;
    • The BEE champion, pillar champions, everyone involved in the data gathering process for each of the 5 elements of the scorecard, everyone involved in the documentation for each of the 5 elements of the scorecard, everyone involved in the Verification process;
    • Members of the Social & Ethics Committee, Compliance Department employees;
    • Members of the Training / Skills Development Committee, newly-appointed SDFs (Skills Development Facilitators), everyone involved in the WSP/ATR process for the annual submission to the SETA, employees in the Training / Learning / Skills Development department;
    • Members of the EE Committee / Consultative Forum, everyone involved in the EE process for the annual submission to the DEL, HR employees
    Financial and B-BBEE Skills Development

    The Compliance Skills Programme is an intensive, 2-month, SETA-accredited and recognised programme it qualifies as a Category E on the B-BBEE Skills Development scorecard’s Learning Programme Matrix.

    Benefits to the Business and Employee Attendees

    The Business or Organisation:

    • Significantly higher success rate on legislative and statutory requirements on the B-BBEE framework.
    • Succession planning, capacity building and back-ups are easier as employees with a wider range of skills are available with the organisation.

     The Employee:

    • Employees gain practical exposure to all five Compliance elements.
    • Employees have career and other opportunities in parts of the business that they would not have had exposure to before.

      Programme Outline | Course Valued @ R24,300.00

      Module 1:  The Legislative Framework in South Africa (incl. Human Rights) Captain
      4 October  09:00 – 16:30

      An overview of the legislative framework in South Africa, as an introduction and context to the five compliance modules the programme will cover in depth.  This module also covers the risks, consequences and financial penalties of not complying with the required legislation. In addition to this we discuss the Human rights and democratic principles and values in South Africa as enshrined within the Constitution and Bill of Rights.

      Module 4: ABC Anti-Bribery & Corruption and PRECCA Captain – US 252041, NQF 5, Credits 5
      18 October 2022 | 09:00 – 16:30

      The link between Values and Ethics in business.  The requirements of the PRECCA Act and its practical application in the organisation.  Creating a culture of ethical business practices in the organisation.  Identifying areas of risk and suspicious activities.  The role of the ABC policy and the Social & Ethics Committee.  Implementing the ABC policy and the associated processes in the organisation.

      Module 2: POPIA Captain – US 15227, NQF 5, Credits 4
      5 October 2022 | 09:00 – 16:30

      The POPI Act and the 8 conditions stipulated in the Act.  The different types of personal information and analysing the organisation’s data processing and records management.  Identifying the key role players and the risks each one has for the individual and the organisation.  The practical management of day-to-day data and processes.  The incident management process and planning for a data breach and its consequences.

      Module 5: Skills Development Captain – US 15217, NQF 5,
      Credits 6
      25 & 26 October 2022 | 09:00 – 16:30

      The legislative context of the Skills Development and SD Levies Acts and why we have Training Committees.  Understanding key concepts like Skills Development levies, the NSF and SETAs, the role of the SDF, Sector Skills Plans, Core and Critical Skills, the purpose of the WSP Workplace Skills Plan and ATR Annual Training Report.  How to register an SDF and practically submit the WSP, ATR and PIVOTAL Plan to the SETA

      Module 3: B-BBEE and the Amended Generic Scorecard Captain – US 15221, NQF 5, Credits 4
      11 & 12 October 2022 | 09:00 – 16:30

      The evolution of the B-BBEE Codes from the gazetting of the BEE Act. A practical approach to the B-BBEE scorecard from analysing the targets and measurement criteria, to identifying gaps and opportunities to improve the current scoring, to strategizing initiatives to maximize the scorecard, to managing the data and documentation required for the formal verification, and managing the audit until the B-BBEE certificate is issued.

      Module 6:  Employment Equity Captain – US 15221, NQF 5, Credits 4
      1 & 2 November 2022 | 09:00 – 16:30

      The legislative context of the EE act and why we have EE Committees.  Understanding key concepts like Equality versus Equity, Designated Employers, Designated Groups, turnover thresholds, the EAP, Discrimination, Unfair Discrimination and Affirmative Action.  Also covers Disabilities, Harassment, the different types of harassment and its consequences on the individual and the organisation.  What is the purpose of the EE Plan, and how to practically submit the EEA2 and EEA4 reports to the Department of Employment and Labour.

      The Learning Organisation’s Hybrid Methodology for the Skills Development Facilitator (SDF) Programme delivers learning on or off-site through a combination of Classroom and Virtual Instructor Lead Training (VILT) simultaneously, enabling local and international participation in our learning programmes.

      Our state-of-the-art facility incorporates the use of multiple technologies to deliver an immersive, captivated, and engaging learning experience. 

      Case studies, demonstrations, experiential exercises, discussion activities and videos are used to encourage participation.

      TLO is a level 2 B-BBEE QSE empowering supplier, 51 % black women-owned and 100% women-owned

       125% procurement recognition.

      TLO is a level 2 QSE empowering supplier, 51 % black women-owned and 100% women-owned

       125% procurement recognition.