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Research data: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
2013 Skilling for employment and employability: the success of learnerships and apprenticeships under the National Skills Development Strategy II
Learnerships and apprenticeships as skills development mechanisms thus provide a useful case study to investigate the complexity and conditi...
This working paper explores how the Delphi method can be applied to selecting indicators for skills planning. The first part of the paper pr...
This document provides a broad definition of labour market information, concentrating on the type of labour market information required to s...
2012 Impact Assessment of National Skills Development Strategy II: a technical report on learnership and apprenticeship population databases in South Africa: patterns and shifts in skills formation
This technical report contributes to address such critical questions, albeit in a limited manner, in that it is the first step and but one c...Download this report