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European Progress in vocational education and training reform: What's going on? >

The aim of this research is to make VET an attractive learning option – a ‘choice’ for young people by making access to VET easier and enabling more VET students to go on to further and higher education, and also to improve the quality of VET by alig...

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Agriculture education and skills improvement framework (AESIF) 2015-2025 >

This policy document argues that the empowerment of human Capital is a pre-requisite for the successful implementation of our development programmes toward the African Transformation. Better education and training constitute the corner stone of this...

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Why does industry need artisans/technicians >

This presentation answers the research question by discussing the following topics: Typical tasks performed by artisans/technicians; servicing and maintenance; removal and refitting of parts and components; dismantling and re-assembling of parts and...

TETA-BETA tracer study on candidates funded for maritime and logistics studies >

The objectives of this study are to: Evaluate the existing course delivery model; Assess the impact of the programme in respect of the knowledge and skills acquired from the exposure and training; Assess the value realised by participating organisati...

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Why does industry need artisans/technicians >

This presentation answers the research question by discussing the following topics: Typical tasks performed by artisans/technicians; servicing and maintenance; removal and refitting of parts and components; dismantling and re-assembling of parts and...

merSETA ABET project final report >

This research was undertaken in order to establish the current status and impact of Adult Basic Education and Training within the MERSETA. The brief for this project required that the research provide reliable information on the current situation wit...

Getting the questions right: Workforce planning vs planning for human capability development >

This presentation at Session 3, of the Research Colloquium on skills planning answers the question: How do we plan to meet South Africa's skills needs?

Motor Research Project: Employment and educational and skills audit of the merSETA Motor Chamber (first interim report) >

Business Enterprises at the University of Pretoria (BE at UP) was appointed to conduct high impact research for the Motor Chamber of merSETA. Decision-makers at merSETA realised that there are various challenges pertaining to skills required by the M...

Motor Research Project: Employment and educational and skills audit of the merSETA Motor Chamber (second report) >

his is the second interim report of the Employment and Educational and Skills Audit research project of the merSETA Motor Chamber. The first report focused on the impact study and this report is a logical continuation of the first report. Since merSE...

Motor Research Project: Employment and educational and skills audit of the merSETA Motor Chamber (third report) >

This is a draft strategy report on the research project for the Motor chamber of merSETA. The purpose of this report is to submit an implementation strategy following the findings of the following reports as well as additional desktop research and st...

Getting the questions right: Workforce planning vs planning for human capability development >

This presentation at Session 3, of the Research Colloquium on skills planning answers the question: How do we plan to meet South Africa's skills needs?

Enhancing the implementation of the South African NQF: Business Unity South Africa (BUSA) DHET Colloquium >

This presentation summarises the following topics: who is BUSA; BUSA's strategic priority areas; BUSA's business approach; and recommendations on the WP-PSET (White Paper Post School Education and Training). In addition, the presentation details some...

The future of work in SA: Scope: South Africa horizon: 2030 >

This presentation highlights a background to the study, ILO focus areas, two broad methods, a potentiality matrix, Metaxis, the battle of the paradigms, South Africa's unique context, macrotempo special perspectives, process, work and society, the fu...

Pathways from university to work: A graduate destination survey of the 2010 cohort of graduates from the Western Cape universities >

The main purpose of this abridged overview is to provide a summary of the results of the Cape Higher Education Consortium (CHEC) Graduate Destination Survey (GDS) of the 2010 cohort of graduates from all four universities in the Western Cape. These f...

Gaming and lotteries industry consolidated report: Prorities and recommended actions for a demand-led approach to skills development in the gaming and lotteries industry >

CATHSSETA appointed FR Research Services to conduct skills analysis research on the Gaming and Lotteries Industry, which is a major sub-sector and levy contributor to the SETA. The purpose of the research is to determine the skills needs within the d...

Gaming and lotteries industry labour market profile and change drivers report june 2016 >

This research provides a Labour Market Profile and Change Drivers profile report of the Gaming and Lottery industry. The report covers the following key topics: Scope of Industry Coverage; Key Industry Role-players; Key laws, strategies and plans; ec...

Gaming and lotteries industry salary survey report (june 2016): Key occupations >

This survey contains up-to-date salary information as well as regional differences in remuneration using actual salary offerings from Career Junction, Pnet and Payscale websites. The salary is a median in the range per occupation. It represents month...

Gaming and lotteries industry: Vacancy analysis survey >

As the custodian for skills planning, CATHSSETA conducts research to identify skills imbalances in the Gaming and Lotteries industry. This information enables CATHSSETA to make informed decisions and investments on skills planning in the industry. Th...

Gaming and lotteries stakeholder interview and workshop report (June 2016) >

This Skills Needs Survey, which is based on interviews and workshops with stakeholders in the industry, is part of a broader constellation of research studies conducted in the gaming and lotteries industry to gather labour market intelligence on skil...

Graduate tracer study: Gaming and lotteries sub-sector >

This graduate tracer study established the whereabouts of CATHSSETA learners who have completed recognised qualifications in gaming and lottery in 2011, 2012 and 2013. We trace graduates for the National Certificate in Dealing (NQF Level 3) and the N...

Imperatives and recommended actions for a demand-driven approach to skills development in the sport, recreation and fitness industry >

CATHSSETA appointed FR Research Services to conduct skills analysis research on the Sport, Recreation and Fitness Industry, which is a major sub-sector and levy contributor to the SETA. The purpose of the research is to determine the skills needs wit...

RESEARCH ON THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON CATHSSETA SUB-SECTORS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR SKILLS DEVELOPMEN >

This report presents the findings and recommendations from the research project on the impact of COVID-19 on the Culture, Arts, Tourism, Hospitality and Sport Sector Education and Training Authority (“CATHSSETA”) sub-sectors and its implications for...

Sport, recreation and fitness: Vacancy analysis survey >

As the custodian for skills planning, CATHSSETA conducts research to identify skills imbalances in the arts, culture and heritage industry. This information enables CATHSSETA to make informed decisions and investments on skills planning in the indust...

Sports, recreation and fitness industry: Salary survey report >

This survey contains up-to-date salary information as well as regional differences in remuneration using actual salary offerings from Career Junction, Pnet and Payscale websites. The salary is a median in the range per occupation. It represents month...

Sports, Recreation and Fitness Skills Needs Survey: Stakeholder interviews and workshop report >

This Skills Needs Survey, which is based on interviews and workshops with stakeholders in the industry, is part of a broader constellation of research studies conducted in the sport, recreation and fitness industry to gather labour market intelligenc...

Sports, recreation and fitness sub-sector: Labour market profile and change drivers report >

This report supplies a labour market profile of the Sports, Recreation and Fitness Sub-Sector. Sport, fitness and recreation plays an important role in promoting a nation's well-being, general health and social cohesion. The National Development Plan...

e-AET as a strategic avenue in addressing adult learning in the municipalities >

This desktop review seeks to explore e-AET as a strategic avenue in addressing adult learning in the municipalities by examining content development and learning platforms and their relevance in addressing challenges of adult literacy and learning. T...

Emerging Voices 2 volume 2 newsletter >

This edition features more emerging voices from our Youth, Research, Learning and Advocacy (YRLA) team members in Gauteng and the Eastern Cape, as well as the voices of our researchers. This edition marks the newsletter as the beginning of a collabor...

Emerging Voices 2 volume 3 newsletter >

As the second chapter of the Emerging Voices research project is coming to a close the EV2 NEWS newsletter will also be saying goodbye in its current format. The future for the newsletter will be a change into a community education development (CED)...

Emerging Voices 2 volume 1 newsletter >

This exciting new venture introduces the Centre for Education Rights and Transformation's (CERT) involvement with the Emerging Voices 2 (EV2) project. The main focus of this edition is on the emerging voices of the EV2 Youth Research, Learning and Ad...

Emerging Voices 2 volume 2 newsletter >

This edition features more emerging voices from our Youth, Research, Learning and Advocacy (YRLA) team members in Gauteng and the Eastern Cape, as well as the voices of our researchers. This edition marks the newsletter as the beginning of a collabor...

Emerging Voices 2 volume 3 newsletter >

As the second chapter of the Emerging Voices research project is coming to a close the EV2 NEWS newsletter will also be saying goodbye in its current format. The future for the newsletter will be a change into a community education development (CED)...

A summary of methods and approaches for identifying the skills needs associated with the transition to a low carbon economy and a consideration of the policy and research implications >

The key research question of this report is: Why is it important to look at identification of skill needs for the green and low-carbon economy? Most research questions about the impact of the transition to a low carbon economy require significant ana...

Manual for managing curriculum responsiveness in TVET colleges >

In order for vocational or occupational programmes to be effective they need to remain responsive to a range of issues, including but not limited to the needs of employers, shifts in technology, and the needs of the students and society more broadly...

Employability and curriculum responsiveness in post-school education and training (LMIP Policy Roundtable) >

This LMIP policy roundtable briefing asks the following questions: How do we address skills gaps in South Africa to improve alignment between what the E and T system produces, and the needs of the public and private sectors? How can industry and educ...

Mitigating service delivery protest through skills development and employment >

The specific aim of this research is to explore how to mitigate violence associated with service delivery protests through skills development programmes targeted at youth. If local government is to heal relations with young people, could skills devel...

Enhancing curriculum responsiveness to local skills needs: Towards a manual for DHET >

This presentation addresses the following key questions related to enhancing curriculum responsiveness to local skills needs: What is the problem? Tensions between central and local. International trends What is currently possible? Developing a progr...

Enhancing employability: What can be done to improve TVET students' chances of finding work? >

Unemployment of young people in South Africa is regarded as a crisis that needs urgent intervention. Disaffected and disillusioned youth are a potential threat to the long-term stability of the society as a whole. When graduates from institutions suc...

CHIETA's credible mechanism for skills planning: Presentation to LMIP Roundtable >

This presentation highlights the following topics: why the new online skills planning platform is needed; conceptualising and developing the credible mechanism for online skills planning and reporting; online system supports compliance requirements;...

The catalyst for skills, economic growth and employability >

This presentation is CHIETA's response to the Implementation Evaluation of the National Qualifications Framework Act (NQF). In response to the study, it is a reflection on the findings and recommendations of the evaluation study. It shares experience...

Fasset customer satisfaction research report 2009 >

The overall objective of this research report is to conduct a Customer Satisfaction Survey with a sample of FASSET's stakeholders i.e., employers, learners, service providers, partners, professional bodies and staff. This survey is for the period of...