How to Tender assists businesses by responding to Request for Quotations (RFQ’s), Requests for Proposals (RFP’s), and Competitive Bids (colloquially known as tenders). We have presented more than 400 workshops and more than 100 webinars across South Africa. More than 2000 companies from South Africa attended these training sessions.
Working together with our strategic partners, public and private sector institutions, government agencies, and large businesses, we continually develop our training program. We keep it up-to-date with the latest regulations.
It is an advantage for companies and professionals sending their employees to these training sessions that the amounts spent on these training sessions can be claimed as Skills Development according to the Learning Programme Matrix for black people as Category E, F, or G training. In addition, the expenditure can also be claimed as Employment Equity and B-BBEE Skills Development. Training sessions can either be claimed as formal or informal Continuous Professional Development (CPD) hours.
For large groups of delegates, we can deliver training at your office or we can conduct private webinars.
Our team publishes relevant and informative articles about tenders and business in general on our website and on our partner websites.
Werner is a qualified professional accountant with extensive experience in the fields of finance, tourism, transportation, and entertainment. He is also a published author who specializes in tender and B-BBEE consulting and training. He is a B-BBEE professional.
King Hintsa TVET College
Nelson Mandela Museum
North West Department of Health
And many more.
Edward Ndweni is the director of How to Tender SA and has extensive experience in a wide range of industries. His skills include executive search, new business development, entrepreneurship, recruiting, business strategy, business development and start-ups. He is also skilled at risk management and start-ups