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Human Resources Development Review 2003: Education, employment and skills in South Africa

Human Resources Development Review 2003: Education, employment and skills in South Africa

Human Resources Development Review 2003: Education, employment and skills in South Africa

The first in a series of biennial reviews, this comprehensive study by the HSRC's Research Programme on Human Resources Development (HRD) defines key education and training, labour market and macro-economic indicators in South Africa. This vast volume of research examines socio-economic and political contexts, as well as the demand, supply, and scarcity of skills. It gives a comprehensive assessment of HRD trends. Along with its companion web-based data warehouse, it is an invaluable, user-friendly resource for policy-makers, planners, managers, and educators at both national and institutional levels.

Education and skills development Open Access

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  • Format: 210mm x 148mm (Soft Cover)
  • Pages: 736
  • ISBN 13: 9780870137174
  • Rights: World Rights

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The first in a series of biennial reviews, this comprehensive study by the HSRC's Research Programme on Human Resources Development (HRD) defines key education and training, labour market and macro-economic indicators in South Africa. This vast volume of research examines socio-economic and political contexts, as well as the demand, supply, and scarcity of skills. It gives a comprehensive assessment of HRD trends. Along with its companion web-based data warehouse, it is an invaluable, user-friendly resource for policy-makers, planners, managers, and educators at national and institutional levels. The review concludes from all this data that HRD challenges are cross-sectoral and advises the government to develop versatile, inter-departmental policies to address human resource development in South Africa successfully.

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