Guidelines to ensure market-driven further education and training programmes in the Free State
Jacobsz, Geonella L.
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This research concentrates on the establishment of guidelines in various fields to provide needs driven programmes. The vision, mission and target markets of a transformed Further Education and Training sector (FET) were highlighted. Furthermore this research concentrated on the role the FET sector can play in addressing the social and economic needs of the institutions specific regions. With regard to this function of the FET sector, practical ways to make contact with stakeholders, responsive programmes, rural development and issues relating to the needs of regions have been discussed. An important focus for this research was to provide practical models on the research and management of curriculum for needs driven programmes. The different types of providers, accreditation, quality assurance and the training of different types of skills have been addressed in detail. Education and skills development legislation were discussed with respect to their contribution and involvement in the transformation of the FET sector in South Africa.
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