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Call for proposal: Water RDI Roadmap Skills Mapping Study

You are cordially invite you to submit a proposal in response to the attached “Water RDI Roadmap Skills Mapping” Terms of Reference. This project must focus on understanding water sector skills demand, mapping and analysing the water sector postgraduate training landscape, mapping the water short course training landscape and updating the Water RDI Capability Map.

November 25th, 2018|Categories: New Developments|Tags: |

Green Skills Resource Presented at EEASA

DEA – DBSA Green Skills Resource Introduced by Rhodes University and Wits University Enabling Green Skills: Pathways to Sustainable Development is a new resource produced in the Green Skills System Capacity Building programme. This Source Book to Support Skills Planning for Green Economies was launched at a Green Skills Round Table hosted by Wits REAL

October 11th, 2018|Categories: Events|Tags: |

Green Economy Learning Assessment SA

This national assessment of skills needed to drive the transition to a greener economy in South Africa is now available online. The product of a consultative process in South Africa’s sustainability community, it has been commissioned by the Partnership for Action on the Green Economy (PAGE) and supported by UNITAR, the Department of Environmental Affairs

May 27th, 2018|Categories: Report-backs|Tags: |

Green Skills Certification Ceremony held at Wits University

Six professionals were awarded the first ever Rhodes University Certificates of Competence in Green Skills Research and Planning, on 26 October 2018. The awards were handed out by Prof Eureta Rosenberg at the Centre for Researching Work and Learning (REAL) at Wits University, hosted by REAL’s director, Dr Presha Ramsarup. The course was offered in

November 22nd, 2018|Categories: Events|Tags: |

ELRC AT EEASA 2018

Professor Eureta Rosenberg Presents Opening Keynote Address at EEASA 2018 Rhodes ELRC staff and students travelled to Livingstone, Zambia, to participate in the 36th  Annual Conference of the Environmental Education Association of Southern Africa, from 17-21 September. Prof Eureta Rosenberg presented the opening keynote address. She asked delegates to think about the development decisions that

October 11th, 2018|Categories: Events|

Climate Smart Agriculture

This report captures the findings of a study that considered the green skill implications for transitioning towards climate-smart agricultural practice in the Western Cape, as part of the Green Skills Project. Agriculture is a cornerstone of the South African economy and is vital for human and social well-being. Agricultural production is tied to natural resources

May 28th, 2018|Categories: New Developments|

Course: Green Skills Research and Planning

The first offering of this new course in Johannesburg was attended by 22 practitioners and managers from government (SETAs, Auditor-General office and others), NGOs, industry bodies and universities. The contact sessions took place from October to November 2017 and participants will receive their final assessments in May 2018. Developed for skills planners and researchers, this

May 28th, 2018|Categories: Events|

RWL Conference Comes to SA!

The Researching Work and Learning (RWL) conference is the leading international research conference series in the field of work and learning. It is a critical platform for researchers and professionals to share research in work and learning, engage in dialogue with colleagues and experts from around the world, deepen their knowledge and advance the field. This

August 10th, 2017|Categories: Events|Tags: , , |

TVET for Green Skills – UNESCO conference in China

Prof Eureta Rosenberg attended a conference on Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in Tangshan in the People's Republic of China from 4-6 July 2017. Entitled "Skills on the move: Global trends, local resonances" it was convened by UNESCO to review progress in the implementation of the recommendations for strengthening TVET globally, adopted as

August 3rd, 2017|Categories: Events|

Short Course on Workplace Education Theories

From the left: Dandira, Franca, Prof Heila, Sibusisiwe Mavuso, John, Tshanda, Live, Prof Andre, Nicola, Prof Eureta, Mike, Sibusisiwe Gumede, Bongani and Dhiren. Masters and PhD students from Wits and Rhodes Universities explored a variety of work and learning related theories during a three day short course in December 2016. They realised they

December 14th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|