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Welcome to Be Trained

Delivering Business Success Through People

Our strategic aim is to enable organisations to achieve their business simulation results by facilitating a personal development journey for their workforce, by equipping them with the tools and the techniques they will need to LEARN GROW PERFORM.

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Business Simulations

Explaining Complex Business And Financial Concepts

It is an activity-based learning intervention designed to provide a structured, risk-free environment in which to learn, apply and improve skills while engaging in strategic business decision-making.

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Regulatory Exams

Still Need To PASS Your RE Exams?

Contact us NOW for expert training and support by our qualified and experienced team, led by Gary, who has been successfully training RE Workshops for thousands of people in both Large institutions as well as the S.M.E.’s over the past 3 years!

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Microsoft Office

Want To Improve Your MS Skills?

Here at Be Trained we will help you improve your Microsoft Office skills, courses range from Microsoft Access Basic till Microsoft Word and many more.

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Celebrating 10 Years

Providing Service and Product delivery that works for your Business.

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Enterprise Development

Repositioning B-BBEE

During the First B-BBEE Summit held on 25 September 2013 the focus was on repositioning B-BBEE as a catalyst for economic growth and development. Owing to the Department of Trade and Industry’s amendments to the B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice, Enterprise Development is in the forefront of the national economic empowerment.

What does this mean for SA Companies?

Companies have to start thinking more strategically about their approach to Enterprise Development (ED) and how to invest the required 3% of net profits after tax in line with core segments of their businesses, particularly their supply chains.

Codes of Good Practice focus on aligning Enterprise and Supplier Development

With the Department of Trade & Industry’s new Codes of Good Practice focus on aligning Enterprise and Supplier Development, this will no doubt have a significant negative impact on many companies’ B-BBEE compliance levels because they have not substantially aligned ED practices with core business strategy but rather addressed in terms of the B-BBEE compliance requirements.

Need is for Business Skills Training

You will find that the most commonly offered form of ED is in the form of financial support. However there is definitely a critical need for business development services to ensure the profitability and sustainability of the enterprises being supported.

The need is for business skills training in addition to other types of financial and non-financial ED support. Entrepreneurs most often are specialists in their chosen business, however, they do not necessarily have the competence of managing their people as their business grow, nor do they have the strategic understanding of the impact of their decisions.

How BE TRAINED can help towards Enterprise Development

We have extensive experience in delivering two types of services:

  • Expert facilitation to corporate and the public sector
  • Customised training in the four key areas of Management and Leadership, Marketing, Sales and Communication, Finance and Shared Competencies relevant to most industries.
  • Requirements outside of our core competencies are addressed through our strategic partners.

Our strategic aim is to enable organisations achieve their business results by facilitating a personal development journey for their workforce, by equipping them with the tools, the techniques and the will to LEARN - GROWPERFORM

Our Proposed ED Learning & Development Programme

Launching a successful business requires an awareness of one’s knowledge, skills, abilities, aptitudes, values and preferences. The programme therefore begins by inviting learners to consider their strengths and areas of development in order for them to develop a clear sense of themselves. They are encouraged to perceive themselves as the landscape architects responsible for their own lives and business.

At each step in the process of development, the learner is encouraged to discover how his/her skills may be utilised to cater to the market needs. While encouraging independent thought, creativity and initiative, the programme demonstrates the benefits of collaborative work by treating selected topics as group activities.