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Telephone Number: 011 941 3977 or 011 942 1735
Address: 185 Columbine Avenue Mondeor Johannesburg 2110
Located in: Mondeor
Tsebo Business Development Services (Tsebo) is a diversified entity that provides; Skills and enterprise development interventions in the economic development sector and is accredited by the Services SETA, the Construction, Education and Training Authority (CETA), Health & Welfare SETA, the the Public SETA, and The Education, Training and Development Practices Sector Education and Training Authority (ETDP SETA Professional engineering and project management services to the construction industry and government departments and agencies. INTERVENTIONS The development model that we use is integrated and covers infrastructure development, enterprise development, technical training, workplace experiential training, entrepreneurship training and exit opportunities. The sectors that we focus on have demonstrated potential and ability to absorb labour on a sustainable basis namely agriculture, construction, retail, tourism and the SME sector. Together with our associates we pride ourselves by promoting innovative approach and rendering service excellence with respect to project management, planning, design, construction supervision and commissioning solutions to our clients, and communities that we serve diligently and ethically
. Skills Development Skills shortage is a major obstacle to economic growth, social development and sustain- able employment growth in SA. In response to this, we offer the following skills development programmes: 1.1 New Venture Creation The purpose of this programme is to provide an intervention that can form the basis for structured learning and development for potential and existing entrepreneurs to capitalise on opportunities to start and grow sustainable businesses that form part of the mainstream economy, enabling the participants to tender for business opportunities within both the public and private sectors. This pro- gramme is designed for participants who intend to set up or have already set up their own ventures. Assessment of the competencies and knowledge in the programme is done in the context of the learner’s own new venture. We offer the following programmes with regards to the New Venture Creation skills development programme: Acquisition of an entrepreneurial profile which includes an innovation orientation An understanding of the industry/sector in which they wish to establish a new venture An ability to match new venture opportunities to market needs within a chosen industry/sector Determine and manage the financial requirements of a new venture Match new venture opportunities to market needs Compile and utilise a business plan to manage a new venture and also where relevant, to seek funding for a new venture 1.2 Construction Programme This programme has been developed to provide flexibility/mobility/portability across the construc- tion industry, thereby allowing for future career advancement across various fields of learning in construction. The rationale is to provide a continuation of training in various construction fields of learning. Learners will be employed in the construction industry where the combination of practical work and theoretical class room training, thereby empowering new entrants to the Construction Industry. Benefits to the economy include employment of previously unemployable persons who can offer skills to a number of different employer bodies, for example construction companies and govern- ment departments where, during the construction and maintenance of physical infrastructure, such skills will be in demand. Portable skills refer to a skill or competency that can be transferred from one work context to another. The issue of skills portability is highly relevant for economic and social development of communities where infrastructure projects takes place. Entrepreneurs and workers need to have relevant and verifiable skills in order to gain access to procurement and employment opportunities and to adjust to changing consumer and labour markets. This includes the following programmes that we offer: Bricklaying Plastering Plumbing Painting Carpentry/roofing Tiling Paving 1.3 Welding Application and Practice The purpose of this programme is to provide learners with the standards and the range of learning required to work effectively in the welding industry and to meet the challenges of such an environment. The purpose of this programme is to develop learners who, after completion, demonstrate the ability to: Use and apply mechanical and welding technology, techniques, processes and skills, as applied in the fabrication and welding industry, using appropriate tools and measuring equipment. Use and apply a variety of fillet welding, oxy-fuel cutting and oxy-fuel joining processes. Demonstrate knowledge of the welding industry and its productivity requirements, by applying appropriate work-procedures. Communicate effectively in order to achieve personal, business and organizational objectives. (Range: Reading and interpreting work instructions, documents and drawings; maintaining effective relationships; exploring options for further learning). 2. Enterprise Supplier Development The Enterprise Supplier Development (ESD) programme has been developed in line with the amended DTI’s Codes of Good Practice gazetted in October 2013. The purpose of the programme is: To address the skills gap of the Historically Disadvantaged Individuals (HDIs) in the surrounding communities of where the measured entity operates. To provide an accredited integrated skills and enterprise development programme for the Exempted Micro Enterprises (EMEs) on the supplier database of the measured entity. To create capacity of local suppliers without creating single dependency. The ESD programme as part of the socio-economic development intervention helps improve community development and aims to foster partnerships, and a meaningful and sustainable legacy for the measured entity, through the development of infrastructure as well as enterprises, education and training initiatives. It is a national imperative to pursue this. 3. Construction Management We offer professional services to render technical support, provision of professional engineering services for planning, design, monitoring and evaluation (including construction supervision). We ensure quality planning, quality assurance and quality control. Review of relevant procedures and techniques such as, cost/ benefit analysis, quality inspections, diagrams, statistical sampling, trend analysis etc. 4. Project Management Our Project Management intervention ensures that a project is properly approached, planned, efficiently delivered, clearly communicated, and successfully closed. Project Management is an evolutionary process where activities get further refined as clarity on scope, schedule and other deliverables is unpacked. The Project Management process is championed by our Project Manager, however it is done collaboratively with many key stakeholders including the people performing the work, the client requesting the work, and the beneficiaries of the project infrastructure.