Bridging skills demand and supply in South Africa: The role of public and private intermediaries

@inproceedings{Petersen2016BridgingSD,
  title={Bridging skills demand and supply in South Africa: The role of public and private intermediaries},
  author={Il-haam Petersen and Glenda Kruss and Simon Andrew McGrath and Michael Gastrow},
  year={2016}
}
Demand-led skills development requires linkages and coordination between firms and education and training organisations, which are major challenges considering that each represents a ‘self-interested’ entity. The need for a ‘collaborative project’ involving government, firms, universities and colleges, and other bodies is thus increasingly recognised. However, the crucial role of intermediaries has been largely overlooked. The article addresses this gap by investigating the main roles of public… CONTINUE READING

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