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Employment Equity Committee Training

1 Day Interactive Online Course
16 February 2024 (09:00 – 15:00) Interactive Online Course
R 2,640.00
( incl VAT)

Reserve the date – Bookings will open on 15 January 2024

Including the amendments to the Employment Equity Act that came into effect on 01 September 2023

Each delegate will receive an electronic book before the training course 

In addition we will courier a printed version of the book together with a certificate of attendance


Course Content
Module 1: Overview of the Employment Equity Act


  • Understanding the Employment Equity Act
  • Definitions, purpose, interpretation and application of the Employment Equity Act
Module 2: Understanding discrimination


  • The prohibition of unfair discrimination
  • Differentiation / discrimination
  • Unfair / fair discrimination
  • Direct and indirect discrimination
  • Discrimination “based on” one or more prohibited grounds
  • Grounds of discrimination
  • Jurisdiction of the CCMA
  • Employment applicants, job analysis and inherent requirements of the job
  • Discrimination in employment policies and practices
  • Medical testing
  • Psychometric testing
Module 3: Employment Equity and Affirmative Action


  • Understanding affirmative action
  • The equality test: section 9(2) of the Constitution
  • The duties of designated employers and voluntary compliance
  • The requirements of disclosure of information
  • Employment Equity Plans: duty to inform and the requirements for keeping records
Module 4: The Employment Equity Committee: roles and functions


  • Consultation
  • Qualitative analysis: identification of EE Barriers
  • Quantitative analysis: snapshot of the workforce profile
  • Benchmarking best practices
  • Monitoring
  • Frequency and content of committee meetings
Module 5: The Employment Equity Amendment Bill


Module 6: Analysis (determination of underrepresentation)


Purpose of the course:

Learners found competent in this unit standard will be able to explain the basic principles of the Employment Equity Act and the consequences of non-compliance.

Upon completion of the course delegates will be able to:
  • See employment equity as a positive development for an organisation
  • Recognise that employment equity can favourably influence the business strategy.
  • Discuss the EEA in terms of the history of the country.
The course will be useful for:
  • Employment equity managers, HR managers / practitioners, union officials / representatives.
  • Members of employment equity committees, workplace forums and any person involved in the compilation of employment equity plans for the business.
Registration fee:
R 2,640.00  Per Delegate
  • Includes course material and certificates.

Course material will only be made available to paid participants.


For further information contact:
012 661 3208
012 661 1411