Capacity Building Programme for Employment Promotion (CBPEP)

Innovative solutions for employment in South Africa
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    RECENT EVENTS

    EMPLOYMENT GROWTH IN SOUTH AFRICA: CONSTRAINTS AND OPPORTUNITIES

    A thought leadership colloquium
    10-11 March 2020

    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.

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    FEATURED NEWS

    Watch how ILO SCORE in SA has adapted to COVID and occupational issues

    December 2, 2020

    Since March 2020 South Africa has been in lockdown. One of SCORE’s strengths lie in its emphasis on safe workplaces in an inclusive way, watch how this has helped the project adapt to the current global COVID-19 crisis.

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    New research: A Baseline Study on the Destination of TVET College Graduates

    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.

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    FEATURED PROJECTS

    ABOUT CBPEP

    CBPEP, the EU-funded Capacity Building Programme for Employment Promotion, is assisting the government of South Africa to meet the key national objective of reducing unemployment, by building institutional and organisational capacity for employment promotion.
    With a focus on:
    Youth transitions from school to work
    Support for small- and medium-size enterprises and informal sector employment
    Enhancing the responsiveness of further education and skills development programmes to the needs of the labour market
    This CBPEP website was created and is maintained with the financial support of the European Union. Its contents are the sole responsibility of CBPEP and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union.
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