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.

Events

07 July 2016 , HRD Provincial Coordination Forum Meeting , Taletsa TVET College, Mmabatho, North West Province (Department of Education and Sport Development Executive Boardroom)
14 October 2016 , 17th Human Resource Development Council Meeting , Still to be Confirmed

16th Human Resource Development Council Media Statement

JOHANNESBURG THE DEPUTY PRESIDENT CHAIRED THE HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL (HRDC) OF SOUTH AFRICA MEETING IN JOHANNESBURG, 10 JUNE 2016.

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa who is the Chairperson of the Human Resource Development Council of South Africa, today, 10 June 2016 chaired the 16th meeting of the Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) of South Africa in Johannesburg.

Human Resource Development Council Summit 2016 A Resounding Success – Minister Nzimande

30 March 2016, Gallagher Convention Centre, Midrand. Higher Education and Training Minister, Dr Blade Nzimande, has described the 2016 Summit of the Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) that ended here today as a resounding success.  

OPENING ADDRESS BY DEPUTY PRESIDENT CYRIL RAMAPHOSA AT THE 2ND HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL SUMMIT GALLAGHER CONVENTION CENTRE, MIDRAND

Programme Director, Ms Nolitha Fakude,

Minister of Higher Education, Dr Blade Nzimande,

Cabinet colleagues

Members of the Human Resource Development Council,

Partners from labour, business, civil society and academia,

Participants from our continent and abroad,