During the 1990’s, the need for skills development facilities became of paramount importance, particularly later in the decade with the passing of the Skills Development Act in 1998, the Employment Equity Act in the same year and the Skills Development Levies Act in 1999.
With the formation of the SETA’s and the signing of various Sector Charters, new challenges emerged and the provision of a new range of services became necessary. This had to be further expanded with the passing of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act of 2003 and the subsequent publishing of the Codes of Good Practice.
Today, PVBS concentrates on this new range of services, and full details of each,
including pricing, can be accessed by clicking on the appropriate service button.