Revised HRD Strategy Towards 2030 - National Skills Authority

Revised HRD Strategy Towards 2030 - National Skills Authority

Revised HRD Strategy Towards 2030 Presentation to the National Skills Conference 23 March 2017 Saint Georges Hotel in Irene Presentation Outline Background HRDSA: Vision and Mission HRD System

Policy Framework HRDSA: Theory of Change Strategic goals Programme Priorities to address Key Imperatives Strategic objectives HRDC Planning, Monitoring, Reporting and Evaluation 2 Background The Human Resource Development Strategy (HRDSA) is a coordination framework. Intended to combine the key levers of the constituent parts of the HRD system. The HRD subsystems (the occupational learning system e.g. SETAs TVET, and the Technology and Innovation Systems) have detailed strategic priorities, inputs, outputs and performance indicators. The HRD strategy must be greater than the sum of parts. 3

Background The Strategy needs to: Bring about articulation between subsystems. Facilitate holistic analyses of HRD and the functioning of the labour market. Link both of these to the economic development strategy Deal with shortcomings in labour market information. Ensure economies of scale with regard to complex analytical work. Initiate activities which cannot be performed in any of the subsystems 4 Vision and Mission Vision Partnering to innovatively develop human potential.

Mission Advise the government on the HRD Strategy and its priorities Identify blockages , provide solution to unblock them and monitor implementation thereof Coordinate the efforts of government departments and social partners in the implementation of the strategy Monitor and report on the implementation of the strategy Evaluate the impact of the strategy against agreed indicators

5 HRD System NQF LEVEL 9/10 8 7 5/6 2-4 1 THE HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM IN SOUTH AFRICA Higher Education Research, Innovation, Knowledge Creation Universities

Skills Development System Including Worker TVET & Other Colleges e.g. Agriculture, Nursing Education Training etc. Universities TVET & Other Colleges e.g. Agriculture, Nursing etc. FET Phase Schooling Community Colleges and NGOs Employer Training & Worker Education (Grade 10-12) Senior Phase Schooling (Grade 7-9) Intermediate Phase (Grade 4-6) Foundational Phase Schooling (Grade 1-3) Grade R (Age 5-6) Early Childhood Development (Age 0-4) 6

Policy Framework Related to HRD 7 HRDSA: Theory of Change 8 Strategic Goals 1. Strengthen basic education and foundation programmes in Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths , Languages and Life Orientation/Skills 2. Expanded access to quality post-schooling education and training 3. Production of appropriately skilled people for the economy 4. A Developmental/ capable state with effective and efficient planning and implementation capabilities 5. Improved research and technological innovation outcomes. 9 Programme priorities to address key imperatives

Programme 1: Foundation Education with Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths and Languages and Life Orientation/Skills Programme 2: TVET and the Rest of the College System Programme 3: Higher Education and Training, Research and Innovation Programme 4: Skills for the transformed society and the economy Programme 5: Developmental/capable state 10 Strategic Objectives Programme 1: Foundation Education with Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths and Languages and Life Orientation/Skills SO1: Improve, science, technology, engineering, maths and language systemic and matric results

SO2: Achieve universal access to quality pre-school Early Childhood Development Programme 2: TVET and the rest of the College System SO1: Forge strong linkages between universities and TVET colleges and the rest of College System to improve the standard of technical and vocational teaching SO2: Improve the supply of FET and inter-mediate level occupations that are in high demand

SO3: Improve the supply of FET and inter-mediate level occupations that are in high demand SO4: Build strong linkages and relationships with employers in the delivery of priority programmes SO5: Ensure that young unemployed people participate in technical and vocational training in programmes that assist them to enter the labour market SO6: Provide support and advice to learners (student support services for Vocational and Continuing Education and Training) 11 Strategic Objectives continue Programme 3: Higher Education, Training, Research and Innovation

SO1: Increase the number of academics to achieve the planned expansion of university students and improve the equity profile of academics SO2: Increase the number of academics to achieve the planned expansion of university students and improve the equity profile of academics SO3: Improve the supply of HE level occupations that are in high demand, including professionals/ Increase access to high-level occupationally directed programmes in needed areas SO4: Establish effective partnerships to enable research and innovation and its conversion into commercially viable products, processes & services

SO5: Establish effective partnerships to enable research and innovation and its conversion into commercially viable products, processes & services SO6: Providing schools, TVET and Community Colleges with appropriately qualified teachers and programmes to support their continuing professional development SO7: Develop skills for the green economy 12 Strategic Objectives continue Programme 4: Skills for the transformed society and the economy using workplace as a platform

SO1: Ensure that the demand for skills is researched, documented and communicated effectively to enable improved supply and demand SO2: Put in place a skills system that is effective in brokering partnerships to address priority skills needs in the economy SO3: Improve skills profile of SME, informal trade sector, rural people, women People with disability (PWD) and Not in employment, Education or Training (NEET) SO4: Improve the skills profile of the employed workforce to enable greater levels of productivity and adaptability to the changing needs of the labour

market Programme 5: Developmental/Capable state SO1: Establish partnerships to ensure the supply of quality management and specialist personnel for public service SO2: Expand participation of government departments and entities in the provision of workplace training in priority skills needs SO3: Expand the capacity of the state to drive economic and industrial development 13

HRDC planning, monitoring, reporting and evaluation 14 THANK YOU!! 15

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