Adopting e-learning is probably the smartest way to prepare students for disruptors that promise to change the way we work and live.
Corporate South Africa is working with the government to tackle youth unemployment in South Africa — one job at a time, writes Trevor Crighton.
The Gibela consortium is going beyond the call of duty, by not only delivering on its overall target, but also implementing a range of skills development initiatives that are benefitting thousands of South Africans, writes Dale Hes.
Skills development in KwaZulu-Natal has received a massive boost with the launch of a R7.9-billion set of training programmes expected to benefit almost 160 000 students. Dale Hes reports.
What skills should we be teaching South African students so that they can reap the benefits of the 4IR? Adam Oxford reports.
NGOs play a pivotal role in assisting with skills development in South Africa. In Vrygrond in Cape Town, the Sozo Foundation is proving just how much of a positive impact these organisations can make, reports Dale Hes.
Addressing the skills shortage is a crucial step in improving SA’s economy, writes Delia du Toit.
With technology developing more rapidly than ever before, some organisations are turning to a surprising source of knowledge for up-to-date training, writes Delia du Toit.
We are well into the fourth industrial revolution that is fundamentally changing the way we live, work and relate to one another. Jermaine Craig reports.
Megan Ellis speaks to the CEO of the Transport Education Training Authority about the skills needed for logistics in the future.
Megan Ellis looks at why change management is a vital skillset for keeping businesses innovating.
Social responsibility policies can enhance a company’s brand perception, but do they attract better, hard-working employees too? Tiisetso Tlelima finds out.
Adam Oxford looks at initiatives which provide initiatives that are opening up new avenues to training.
South Africa has a skills shortage, says Kerry Dimmer. But are we training for the jobs in demand?
With the nation focused on addressing the shortage of STEM skills, Anthony Sharpe ponders the state – and status – of the humanities.
With the mining industry in flux, what does it mean for ordinary workers? Carolyn de Kock examines what skills will be at the forefront of a modernising sector.
For job seekers, work experience is gold. Georgina Guedes looks at why internships lay such important groundwork for future careers.