Training Force is the preferred learnership provider in South Africa with over 150 companies trusting us to run 4 000 learnerships every year. The training programmes offered are aligned with SAQA (South African Qualifications Authority), the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) and accredited with SETA Quality Assurance departments.
Yes. Section 12H of the Income Tax Act No. 58 of 1962 grants an additional tax allowance of up to R120 000 in respect of recognised learnership agreements entered into by employers.
All businesses that enter into a recognised learnership agreement are eligible for the Learnership Tax Allowance, provided that their tax is up-to-date with SARS.
You can claim up R5 000 per month for the duration of the Learnership, and up to R60 000 when the learner successfully completes the learnership.
Yes. One of the major benefits of a learnership is the impact on the skills development aspect of your B-BBEE scorecard.
Utilising learnerships, businesses can gain up to 25 points on skills development on their B-BBEE scorecard.
Customers can claim B-BBEE points on their B-BBEE scorecard by buying from your business. If you’re not certified, your clients can’t benefit from doing business with you, making competitors a more favourable option.