Skills Development Corporation is a level 2 contributor

with 51% black female ownership

Skills Development Corporation

WE ARE THE DIFFERENCE

SDC specialises in training/learnership initiatives

with a focus on the BBBEE codes of good practice

Skills development Roodepoort
Skills Development Johannesburg
SKILLS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 2018-08-16T09:53:44+00:00

SKILLS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

Skills Development Corporation is a level 2 contributor with 51% black female ownership. SDC is an accredited learning institution specialising in Training/Learnership initiatives focused on the B-BBEE Codes of good practice.

SDC renders excellent, affordable and need specific training to maximise skills opportunity in any company. Through our strategically specialise structure we can run any number of learners in any industry, both employed by organisations or source employed learners. Being an accredited provider we ensure that our clients are eligible for TAX rebate, referred to in Section 12H of the Income Tax Act of R80’000 per abled learner and R120’000 per disabled bodied learner. Contact SDC today to learn more.

The Skills Development Corporation recently signed a Top Empowered partnership with Top Empowerment, which allows SDC the opportunity to represent top empowerment companies operating within our country. SDC is amongst a small percentage of South African businesses to qualify for this position and Topco aims in giving the best South African companies the market exposure they deserved.

SDC will feature in the Impumelelo Top Empowered publication set to be sold towards the end of 2018, and we look forward to sharing it with you. Visit Top Empowerment today to see our SDC profile.

Top Empowerment: https://topempowerment.co.za/
SDC profile: https://topempowerment.co.za/companies/skills-development-corporation-sdc/

skills development johannesburg

SERVICES

skills development west rand

LINKS

skills development roodepoort

CONTACT US

VIDEOS

OUR NEW PREMISES

PRESENTATION VIDEO

WHAT OUR STUDENTS HAVE TO SAY