This book contains eight papers from a detailed study of technical college provision in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, that raised the following four issues relevant to the transformation of technical colleges across South Africa: (1) the teaching and learning environment at technical colleges is suboptimal; (2) social relations at the technical colleges are tense, with few institutions having successfully come to terms with the rapid deracialization of student enrollments in recent years; (3) the labor market surrounding technical colleges appears totally dysfunctional, with few students obtaining employment after technical college training; and (4) the separate development policies of the past necessitate institutional restructuring. The following papers are included: qA Study of Technical Colleges in KwaZulu-Natal: A Methodological Introductionq (Andre Kraak, Graham Hall); qProblems Facing Further Education and Trainingq (Andre Kraak); qPlanning Imperative: New Policy Framework in FET [Further Education and Training]q (Andre Kraak); qSocio-Economic and Educational Profile of KwaZulu-Natalq (Nisaar Mahomed); qQuantitative Overview of the Technical Colleges of KwaZulu-Natalq (Graham Hall); qLearning, Teaching and Management Environment: Evidence from Qualitative Studiesq (Andre Kraak); qAutonomy and Responsiveness: Evidence from the Qualitative Case Studiesq (Andre Kraak); and qCritical Overview: The Need for Labour Market and Institutional Reformq (Andre Kraak). The bibliography contains 52 references. (MN)... enrol for the national certificate programmes write national examinations set by the national Department of Education. ... 13, 1% Further education Utility Industries N2 4 194 0, 2% Further education Utility Industries N3 22 384 0, 3% Higheranbsp;...
|Title||:||Transforming Further Education and Training in South Africa: Qualitative findings and analysis|
|Author||:||Andre Kraak, Graham Hall|
|Publisher||:||HSRC Press - 1999-01-01|