This meeting brought together top decision-makers in government and leading thinkers in academia and NGOs to debate key issues in employment-promoting and growth sectors as well as cross-sectoral interventions to retain and grow employment in South Africa.
The research described in this report is based a tracer study which sampled completers from all 50 public TVET colleges in South Africa. The survey of 4581 TVET College graduates with a response rate of 35.2 % has revealed important insights for decision and policy makers within DHET.
See what was said at the EU Investment Month webinar which discussed results of a CBPEP-funded destination survey on TVET colleges; EU and international experiences in skills development; and post COVID-19 plans for economic and employment growth in SA.
A holistic approach to youth support