WSP/ATR/ PIVOTAL PLAN
A Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) is a prerequisite for any brand which intends to maintain an exemplary B-BBEE scorecard.
The Workplace Skills Plan is intended to document the skills needs in a company and to describe the range of skills development interventions that the company will use to address these needs.
A WSP must be developed and submitted every year before the 30th of April, to comply with current Skills Development legislation.
Annual Training Reports (ATR) are also submitted. This report reflects the education, training and development activities of the organisation that were implemented and intended to show progress against your last WSP.
Failure to submit will result in NO points for Skills Development on the B-BBEE Scorecard.
While organisations can elect to manage this process themselves, a WSP is ordinarily compiled by a registered Skills Development Facilitator (SDF) or another qualified person and submitted to the SETA. The Skills Development Corporation maintains a proven track record in this area as a registered SDF.