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Research outputs: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

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2016 How are public and private decision-makers aligned to address changing skills needs?: evidence from a case study of the sugar sector

This chapter attempts to analyse the dynamics of decision-making around skills training and the national, sectoral, regional and occupationa...

2016 How can universities and colleges improve the alignment between education and work?: a systemic, demand-led approach to skills planning and development

This policy brief proposes a framework that can be used by post-school education and training (PSET) organisations and skills planners to an...

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2016 Skills in South Africa: the journey towards credible planning

Since 1994 the state has instituted active labour market policies to redress the apartheid skills legacy. The skills planning challenge cont...

2016 Bridging skills demand and supply in South Africa: the role of public and private intermediaries

Demand-led skills development requires linkages and coordination between firms and education and training organisations, which are major cha...