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More open, visible and rebranding
Products, Services, Competencies
More and improved products/services/
New SABPP Model: HR Voice for
Human resource development
Research - info
Value & visibility
Open for alliances
Learning growth & develop-
Self-governance Duty to society
Annual Financial Statements
1.Statement of Financial Position
2.Statement of Changes in Reserves
3.Statement of Comprehensive Income
Review of Financial
Statements: Year ended 31
Income increased by 58% in 2013, this was
– 34.5% increase in annual renewal fees;– 79.5% increase in ETQA income;
– Significant income from strategic projects.
Review of Financial
Statements Year ended 31 Dec
2013Expenditure was contained to an 10% increase, driven by:
– Increases in commission paid to staff reflecting higher income achieved;
– An increase in website related costs as the new website was launched;
– Lower discounts allowed to members for renewals after special birthday discounts granted in 2012;
– An 11% increase in staff employment cost as more posts were filled for longer during 2013 than during 2012 and modest salary increases based on performance.
– Costs incurred during 2012 to establish new revenue streams and the appointment of new staff.
Review of Financial Statements: Year
ended 31 Dec 2013
The statement of financial position reveals the following information:
– Tangible assets decreased in value as depreciation was allowed on leasehold improvements and computers purchased in 2012.
– Accounts receivable increased as some learning providers were slow to pay, in addition to the increase in income.
– The SABPP cash holdings have increased considerably, reflecting the re-built reserves.
– The accounts payable include R1 326 528 income received in advance in respect of registration fees for 2014, which reflects considerable improvement in early payments by members attracted by discounts offered.
LABOUR MARKET COMMITTEE
HIGHER EDUCATION COMMITTEE
LEARNING, GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
QUALITY ASSURANCE COMMITTEE
HRRIRISK AND AUDIT
610 registrations in 2013. 110% increase from 2010.
• The mentoring pilot programme carried out
in 2012 was formally evaluated and proved
• Roll out carried over to 2014.
The committee met 8 times during 2013 and
worked on the following topics:
– Preparing an Ethics Toolkit for the website ( to
be launched early in 2014);
– Recording various presentations onto video
format to either a DVD or podcasts;
– Ensuring a steady stream of articles published
on ethics in HRM.
– The ethics workshops for HR professionals
were designed and piloted during 2013 and will
be rolled out during 2014.
Labour Market Committee
• Research into employment relations
• Endorsement from Professor Barney
Jordaan, University of Stellenbosch Africa
Centre for Dispute Settlement.
• Total redesign of the CPD model.
• Launch a new CPD system in 2014.
• New CPD policy, model and system will be
• An excellent pool of CPD providers has
• 3 universities accredited during 2013
– Vaal University of Technology
– University of Johannesburg
– UNISA Centre for Business Management
• Letters were sent to all universities
– 21 Universities responded positively to the
National HR Standards
• Several student chapters were launched.
Quality Assurance Committee
• Registered 33 new assessors and 26 moderators
• Approved 13 new providers and renewed 2 providers towards learning programme approval.
• Maintained its “green status” with SAQA for NLRD uploads of learner information.
• More than 3000 learners were enrolled for qualifications and skills programmes.
• Raised more than R1 800 000 via different initiatives ranging from workshops, in addition to the accreditation of learning providers.
• A total of 26 site visits to learning providers were arranged.
• Launched its first annual provider awards in December to recognise training best practices.
• Arranged a road show with SAQA and QCTO by facilitating 10 workshops at various universities throughout the country.
• Formal accreditation from QCTO as an AQP for the Occupational Trainer qualification.
Learning, Growth and
• No meaningful output during 2013.
• Sessions were arranged to support the L&D
components of the National HR Standards.
• A clear strategy and plan needs to be
IT Governance Committee
• Installations in mid-2013 of a Windows 8
platform and Office 365 cloud-based
• Systems development on the Management
Information System progressed during the
later part of the year.
• Website maintenance.
• Social media has become a way to life at
2059 HR Professionals
Risk and Audit Committee
• The Board approved the appointment of
members of the new Risk and Audit
Committee, which will commence its work in
• Gaining HR qualifications
• Ethics, fraud and corruption
• National development plan
• Bargaining councils
• Employment equity
• HR competencies
• HR management standards
• Pay equity
• Coaching and mentoring
• HIV/AIDS in the workplace
• 3rd Annual Women’s Report
• Employment Equity
• The 2013 ASTD Survey
• HR in environmental governance (“green HR”)
• Employability of HR graduates
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Year 2013 In Review:
13 Success Achieved• Transformation of SABPP newsletter into fully-fledged magazine: “HR Voice”
• Development and launch of first South African National HR Standards;
• Further development of a SA National HR Competency Model, including a full competency library according to levels of work;
• Forming several alliances with HR & others to advance the HR profession;
• Submissions to government to influence policy-making and national developments,
• Articles about SABPP in leading magazines and newspapers;
• Increased visibility with TV & radio appearances, 25 site visits to companies;
• Meetings at 13 universities to build relationships in pursuit of student empowerment, curriculum development and accreditation;
• ETQA achieved “green status” for upload of learner data on the NLRD, and developed a more enabling accreditation system;
• Launch of SABPP blog (hrtoday.me) and growth of participation in SABPP social media;
• Growth of SABPP student membership model;
• Several research papers published,
• Improved governance & tangible outputs from SABPP committees, including the new Labour Market Committee to address labour market issues and representing the HR profession in Parliament.
Future Developments• Development of HR Professional Practice Standards;