About Us

SBK Training Academy

SBK Training Academy is an Education, Training and Development company based in East London in Eastern Cape. SBK was established in 2013 and is a 100% black owned company; owned by Phumeza Ceshemba. The business offers occupational qualifications, interpersonal skills, and short-skills programmes.

SBK offers its services to the private sector, government, communities, and black emerging entrepreneurs. The company currently does a lot of work with AgriSeta and Mercedes-Benz South Africa (MBSA) projects. The business created when the director spotted the lack of black owned community-based education, training and development companies in the industry. SBK works very closely with experts with over 30 years of industry experience making the company flexible and diverse.


Is to be one of the leading and world-class training institutions within the African continent.


Our mission is to:

Facilitate professional, collaborative and outcomes driven method of learning that seeks to develop an individual, group, families, and communities, so that they achieve specific goals and perform at a more effective level.


Promote interface between SBK trainings, communities, private sector, and state on skills development initiatives.
Promote attractive occupational qualifications and short-skills programmes practice.
Advance organisational capacity, development practice and excellence.

Our Values

1. Integrity

We undertake to be honest, trustworthy, open and accountable for our actions and the resources entrusted to us.

2. Excellence

We are dedicated in to meeting and exceeding delivery service standards in all aspects of the business.

3. Empowerment

We are dedicated to seeking and unleashing potential in all our stakeholders.

4. Commitment

We are committed to intervening with skill, diligence and dedication in the pursuit of meeting the needs of our partners and stakeholders

5. Partnering

We undertake to work in partnership with others for the common good

6. Dignity

We promise to uphold and respect the dignity of the individual, group and community in their quest to seek professional training programmes.