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Human Resources Development Review 2003

Education, employment and skills in South Africa

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Format300mm x 215mm
Pages740
ISBN 100-7969-2049-4
ISBN 13978-07969-2049-2
Publish Year2003
 
 
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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.

Examining socio-economic and political contexts, as well as the demand, supply and scarcity of skills, this vast volume of research 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.

The review concludes from all this data that HRD challenges are cross-sectoral and advises government to develop versatile, inter-departmental policies to successfully address human resource development in South Africa.
Contents

Preface
Acknowledgements
Glossary
List of tables and figures
Acronyms and abbreviations
Introduction
1. HRD and 'Joined-Up' Policy 
    Andre Kraak

Section 1: Context
2. Overview of the South African Economy 
    Anna McCord 
3. Overview of Industrial Policy 
    Miriam Altman & Marina Mayer
4. The Skills Requirements of Specific Economic Sectors 
    Pundy Pillay 
5. Employment and Labour Market Trends
    Anna McCord & Haroon Bhorat 
6. The Informal Economy 
    Richard Devey, Caroline Skinner & Imraan Valodia 
7. The Social and Human Development Context 
    Debbie Budlender 
8. The Impact of HIV/AIDS 
    Jocelyn Vass
9. Science Policy Indicators 
    Nelius Boshoff & Johann Mouton
10. Skills Migration 
      Tracy Bailey
11. International Benchmarks 
     Debbie Budlender

Section 2: Supply
12. Public Expenditure on Education 
     Russell Wildeman
13. Public Schooling 
     Helen Perry & Fabian Arends
14. Public Further Education and Training Colleges 
     Glen Fisher, Ros Jaff, Lesley Powell & Graham Hall
15. Public Higher Education 
     George Subotzky
16. Independent Schooling 
     Jacques L du Toit
17. Private Further Education and Training 
     Salim Akoojee
18. Private Higher Education and Training 
     George Subotzky
19. Enterprise Training 
     Azeem Badroodien

Section 3: Scarce Skills
20. Forecasting the Demand for Scarce Skills, 2001-2006 
     Ingrid Woolard, Philip Kneebone & Deborah Lee
21. Educators 
     Luis Crouch & Helen Perry
22. Academics 
     Charlton Koen
23. Medical Practitioners and Nurses 
      Elsje Hall & Johan Erasmus
24. Engineers and Technicians 
     Grové Steyn & Reza C Daniels
25. Biotechnologists 
     David R Walwyn
26. Managers 
     Frank M Horwitz & Angus Bowmaker-Falconer
27. ICT and Associated Professionals 
     Percy Moleke, Andrew Paterson & Joan Roodt
28. HRD and the Skills Crisis 
     Andre Kraak


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