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n South African Journal of Education - A management framework for training providers to improve skills development in the workplace

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Abstract

South Africa is in a skills revolution, launched by the Department of Labour via the Skills Development Act in 1998 and the Skills Development Levies Act in 1999. The skills revolution challenges workplace training providers through employers who pay a percentage of payroll towards skills levies and want to recover these levies via skills grants; skills legislation that call for employees to be trained annually; and upgrading to provide SAQA/NQF accredited learnerships and skills programmes. Training providers need an internal management framework to enable them to improve workplace skills development.

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2004-02-01
2016-12-03
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