Technical as feeder to Training / Accreditation
This Technical Portfolio is managed by Mr. Stanley Grau and assisted by Mrs. Yolandi Venter, Ms. Lizel Loibner-Smuts, Mr. Cedric Singh and Ms. René Howlett offered to assist.
- Core function of ABP (vast technical experience from each Board Member)
- SANAS accreditation and surveillance
- JTC participation
- STC participation
- Sector Code scope alignment, extension of scope
ABP has a Technical Committee who is only able to assist current Members email@example.com
Its primary function is engaging with the dtic, SANAS, SAQA, the B-BBEE Commission and Regulator on all matters relating to technical aspects of BEE verification.
Please direct your enquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org
With the support of any other volunteers from the ABP membership base and its primary function is managing the behaviour and conduct of our Members.
Should you wish to submit a complaint about ABP or an ABP Member, please direct your enquiry to email@example.com with all evidence to support your complaint
The primary function of this Committee is to bring about the consistent interpretation and application of the B-BBEE Act and the Codes of Good Practice and thereby create certainty in an otherwise uncertain legislative regime. The Technical Committee attempts to meet once a month on certain interpretational issues that has been prioritised out of the national workshops held during the last 12 months with Members, as well as from technical queries received continuously from Members.
It is our goal to influence the legislative process to bring about an amendment to the Codes that could address the interpretational uncertainties mentioned, through the above-mentioned process. It is not the function of this committee nor ABP to effect policy changes to the Act or the Codes. This function vests with the dtic and ultimately the legislature.
A lack of resources currently prohibits us from answering all technical queries immediately and as they arise. We are currently planning a web-based portal to address commonly asked questions and to stimulate discussion.