WHO WE ARE

The HRDCSA is a multi-stakeholder body that creates an enabling, coordinated and integrated environment to focus on improving the human resource development base and skills of the South African people.

THE STRATEGY

Our strategy needs to be situated within the realities of increasing competition and the spread of global production systems, and the need to attain equity and reduce poverty and inequality.

THE IMPLEMENTATION PLAN

 

Council has taken the decision in the 1st 5 years to focus on a 5 Point Plan that will have the biggest impact on human resource development as part of its implementation strategy.

HRDC forming international linkages with other African Countries for enhancing and strengthening the capacity of the TVET sector and implementation of HRD Policies

The HRDC Secretariat participated at the Commonwealth Association of Technical Universities and Polytechnics in Africa (CAPA) 2017 International Conference in Cape Town, on the 25 and 26 April 2017. The Head of the HRDC Secretariat, Ms B Ntombela presented the revised HRD Strategy towards 2030 to an audience that included participants from across the African continent. Delegates included participants from Botswana, Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, Malawi, Uganda and Tanzania as well as from outside of the continent from both the United Kingdom and Jamaica.

Annual Report 2015/16

Human Resource Development Council of South Africa (HRDC) has released 2015/2016 Annual Report. 

Click here to download the report

FREE STATE HOSTED THE HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT PROVINCIAL COORDINATING FORUM (HRDPF)

The Human Resource Development Council Provincial Coordinating Forum (HRDCPF) held a meeting hosted by the Office of the Premier, Free State, on Thursday, 6 April 2017. This forum comprising representatives mainly from the office of the Premier of each province, included invited guests from critical stakeholders including the Phalaborwa Mining Company, National School of Government, and the representatives from both Delloittes and Accounting Made Easy (AME), started on a high note.