At one time or another, you may have found a need to consult with experts and to obtain advice in order to solve problems concerning your business.

You can avoid unnecessary costs/consulting fees if you are a member of the Master Builders Association, especially smaller contractors who are not in a position to engage expert employees or consultants to advise them on contractual, economic, labour, training and other matters as larger contractors may be able to do. Smaller contractors therefore, draw on the pool of expertise from the Association.

The Master Builders Association North assists and advises its members on the following matters

Disciplinary Procedures and the CCMA

Enquire nowDates:

7 September 2017 / 20 October 2017

Cost:
Members - R800 incl VAT|Non-members - R1500 incl VAT

Venue:

MBA North Offices - Committee Room
No.1 - 2nd Road (off 16th Street)
Midrand, 1685

Documents:
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The course provides an overview of how managers should deal with disciplinary procedures in their own company. This includes the drafting of policies, through to the implementation thereof as well as enforcement. This course will provide the attendee with the necessary skills to investigate a disciplinary matter, constitute and follow a disciplinary hearing. This course will also assist with ensuring that the attendee is empowered with information of how to deal with CCMA matters. This course gives an introduction to labour law, as well as a good overview the procedures of the CCMA. Take note that this course is Not CPD accredited.

Employment Contracts and the Labour Relations Act (Permanent and temporary agreements)

Enquire nowDates:

3 August 2017 / 21 September 2017 / 2 November 2017

Cost:
Members - R600 incl VAT|Non-members - R1200 incl VAT

Venue:

MBA North Offices - Committee Room
No.1 - 2nd Road (off 16th Street)
Midrand, 1685

Documents:
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The course provides an overview of how managers should deal with Employment contracts in their own company. This includes the drafting of Employment contracts, including temporary and permanent agreements. This course will provide the attendee with the necessary skills to draft employee contracts that will comply with the Basic Conditions of Employment Act as well as Labour Relations Act. This course will also assist with ensuring that the attendee is empowered with information of how to deal with Employment matters. This course gives an introduction to labour law, as well as a good overview of applicable legislation. Take note that this course is Not CPD accredited.

MBSA Agreement House Building and Small Contracts Agreements

Enquire nowDates:

24 August 2017 / 5 October 2017

Cost:
Members - R800 incl VAT|Non-members - R1500 incl VAT

Venue:

MBA North Offices - Comittee Room
No.1 - 2nd Road (off 16th Street)
Midrand, 1685

Documents:
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Construction Regulation

Enquire nowDates:

TBC

Duration:
On Request (Bookings only reserved for 10 or more attendees)

Cost:
Members - RTBA|Non-members - RTBA

Venue:

In House or at MBA North


The training entails recognising job hazards and becoming aware of safe work practices. Construction regulation 2014 workshop (4 to 6 hours) This workshop provides an overview of the Construction Regulation highlighting the contractors responsibility with regard to the Occupational Health and Safety aspects of the regulation.

Health and Safety Representative

Enquire nowDates:

17 August 2017 - 18 August 2017

Duration:
2 Days (8am - 4pm)

Cost:
Members - R2000|Non-members - R2400

Venue:

MBA North Offices
No.1 - 2nd Road (off 16th Street)
Midrand, 1685


Training to ensure you have a representative that can play an active part in your companies health and safety planning.

Hazard Identification and Risk Assessments (HIRA) Training

Enquire nowDates:

14 September 2017 - 15 September 2017

Duration:
2 Days (8am - 4pm)

Cost:
Members - R2000|Non-members - R2400

Venue:

MBA North Offices
No.1 - 2nd Road (off 16th Street)
Midrand, 1685


A course for employees who are required to undertake continuous hazard identification  and risk assessment in the workplace. Learners will be equipped with the knowledge and skill to be able to identify and assess work related hazards and undertake continuous HIRA activities. Learners will be empowered to assess work related hazards and risks in order to identify, implement and evaluate effective methods of control into the situation. CETA accredited against unit standard 120330 Conduct a continuous risk assessment in a workplace.