ICT Skills at the Intermediate Level in South Africa: Insights Into Private Provision and Labour Market Demand

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HRSC Press, 2007 - Computers - 60 pages
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Both the South African government and the private sector have recognized the invaluable role that information and communication technology (ICT) plays in national economic development, and this study provides a detailed analysis of that link. Through an examination of South African education and select training providers, it looks at the current supply and demand for intermediate-level ICT skills in South Africa, explaining how they can result in social and economic development for the nation.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Definitional and methodological
11
Demand for intermediatelevel
19
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About the author (2007)

Salim Akoojee is a chief researcher in the Education, Science and Skills Development research program at the Human Sciences Research Council. Fabian Arends is a research specialist in the Education, Science and Skills Development research program. Joan Roodt is a chief researcher in the Education, Science and Skills Development research program.

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