TRAINING ACCREDITATION PARTNER
Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETA) is a governing body established in terms of the Skills Development Act. Services SETA is responsible for disbursement of training levies payable by all employers, collected by the South African Revenue Service via the Department of Labour and then disbursed through a management system motivated by skills requirement assessment and monitoring. Services SETA is responsible for ensuring that the skill requirements of the sector are identified and that adequate and appropriate skills are readily available. Education and training are provided subject to validation and quality assurance. Mila has received two discretionary grants from the Services SETA to take in unemployment learners and our employees through a skills development course and leadership with continuous monitoring from the workplace area. Mila believes in empowering our employees through skills development.
Mila is proud to be a part of the Woolworths Family, both a supplier and on the Enterprise Development Programme. The Woolworths Enterprise Development (EDP) programme has been designed primarily to support emerging small and medium sized business in the Woolworths supply chain.
We are proud supporters of the Sešego Foundation. Established 12 years ago with a mission to get personally involved in making a sustainable contribution to the well-being of southern African communities. The philosophy of insisting on sustainability as the key driver for involvement in projects, with the mobilisation of like-minded people who are willing to volunteer their time, resources and key competences to make a difference.
Property Point is the enterprise development initiative created by Growthpoint Properties, South Africa’s largest JSE-listed property company. Property Point is dedicated to unlocking opportunities for SMEs operating in South Africa’s property sector and is a proud catalyst for successful enterprise development. Our carefully developed two-year programme provides entrepreneurs with the skills, training and personal development support they need to develop their enterprises into fully independent companies.
The National Contract Cleaners Association (NCCA) is the regulatory body for the contract cleaning industry, it was constituted as a National Association in 1987 and is dedicated to developing and setting appropriate standards for the contract cleaning industry. NCCA is represented on various employer and member forums in relation to industry specific skills development and training initiatives and also participates in global networking and benchmarking initiatives to ensure that its members benefit from global best practice guidelines and standards. NCCA also plays a pivotal role in support to its members to strengthen competitiveness and profitability within the industry as well as in the creation of an optimal work environment for all. Mila Cleaning Services is member of the NCCA, we undergo an annual due diligence process.