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Research outputs: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
This policy brief explores some attitudinal factors based on work-seekers' reflections on the most valued job attributes that affect worksee...Download this report
2016 Mapping key role players and SETA partnerships: a design and methodology to guide research on skills development systems
This research guide is based on an LMIP project: A study of labour market interactive capabilities, structures and mechanisms in diverse pos...
The project attempts to give insight into the changing nature of artisanal work with the main research question being: Has the work of artis...
Artisan training in South Africa has come under the spotlight to address a major gap in the labour market at the intermediate skills level a...Download this report