We invite all those who are currently reading in the green skills arena, as part of a research project, or a course of study, to review for the website a paper, report or chapter that they have found particularly useful from the perspective of green skills research. The review can be short (1-2 pages or
The deadline for comments on the Proposal for the National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS) and the SETA Landscape (NSLP 2015) has been extended to 29 February 2016. The gazetted proposal involves changes to the role and function of SETAs, and the skills levy distribution model. It recommends that the current sector specific skills funding model be changed
Are you planning or doing a green skills study? Why not share your projects and plans with a wider community? Read here about some of the studies that experienced and emerging young researchers are planning for 2016. Some are academic studies, and others inform Sector Skills Plans. We think they are all interesting!
A lot has been written on the mismatch between the supply of skills and demand for skills – skills in this case being people with environmental qualifications and experience. It is clear that this is not a simple matter - for while employers lament a lack of suitably skilled people, graduates say they can’t find work.