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TVET colleges: A national priority (Vol. 46)


Date posted:

2022/11/01

Publication year:

2016

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Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET); TVET College Times

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journal issue

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In this edition, as TVET professionals get underway with preparations for the 2017 academic year, items that indeed confirm that TVET College education and training is a national priority are featured. The edition opens with the budget speech presented by Minister Nzimande to the National Council of Provinces in May as a backdrop to planning for the 2017 academic year. A variety of items places the spotlight on teaching and learning programme news, while celebrating the increasing participation of women in engineering. There are items on promoting reading, citizenship, mathematics, green energy and public art to name but a few. These are followed by focuses on retail training as well as entrepreneurship development. There are also regular features on HEAIDS and the Labour Market Intelligence Partnership; a report on the expansion of access to the PSET system; reports on the Campus Manager training; TVET news from the African Union; reports from campuses on the celebration of Africa Day; a list of occupations in high demand as of 2015; and a paper on the learning experiences of TVET College candidates in learnership programme.

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