Building capacity in the SMME sector

Business Skills for South Africa

Our Clients

A wide range of institutions has requested that BSSA offer business skills training to SMME owner-managers over the past few years (some of these are no longer operational). These institutions include:

USEC (Uitenhage Self-Employment Centre)
BOC (Business Opportunity Centre)
NIC (National Industrial Chamber)
Letsatsi Small Business Solutions
NAFCOC/GTZ (Mpumalanga)
Busani Business Service Centre
B&A Quality Service
Sioma Trade and Enterprise Development
KBSC (Kimberly Business Support Centre)
IDC (Industrial Development Corporation)
Kalahari Development Agency
Rand Water
Phoenix/Vista University
PDU (Print Media Unit)
Dorothy Blacklaws and Associates
Equal Opportunities
Highveld Business Development Centre (Secunda)


The following institutions have funded business adviser training offered by BSSA:

Vista University
IBA (Institute of Business Advisers)
Services SETA
Wholesale and Retail SETA
NDA (National Development Agency)
NAMAC (FRAIN Programme)
GTZ International
CISP (Italian Company in Kimberley)
Cross-Cutting Fund (HIV/AIDS)
Umsobomvu Youth Fund
GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit)
RBED (Royal Bafokeng Enterprise Development)

Upcoming Courses

Want to be a business adviser?

If your goal is to become a business adviser and support professional, BSSA has just the right programme for you.

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Enterprise Development

Claim your points

Enterprise development is one of the seven elements of Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) and carries 15 points on the BBBEE score card. Offering training to small enterprises has been BSSA’s core business since 1992.

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