Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

What is, and is not, a skills planning mechanism - Prof Hoosen Rasool

403 views

Published on

What is, and is not, a skills planning mechanism

Published in: Education
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

What is, and is not, a skills planning mechanism - Prof Hoosen Rasool

  1. 1. 1 What is (and is not) a Skills Planning Mechanism for South Africa? Prof Hoosen Rasool 19 March 2014 Pretoria Labour Market Intelligence Roundtable
  2. 2. Objectives 1. What is (and is not) a skills planning mechanism? 2. What should a skills planning mechanism do and for what purpose? 3. What are the two dominant approaches to skills planning? 4. What are the fundamental differences between these approaches? 5. What are the determinants of supply, demand and deployment? 6. What are some methodological considerations? 2
  3. 3. 3 What is a credible “institutional mechanism for skills planning”? It is a skills intelligence system that consists of:  interacting frameworks;  policies, processes and procedures;  institutional structures;  human resource capacities;  governance and management arrangements;  collaborative institutional partnerships;  research, information and data;  research methodologies, tools and techniques; and  a web interface. to provide information and insights on occupational demand and supply for the purpose of economy-wide sector skills planning.
  4. 4. What should a skills planning mechanism do and for what purpose? Occupational mismatches Occupational Projections Occupational Trends Deployment Vacancies Enrolment & Progression Worker Mobility Wage Movements Sector Strategies Occupational migration Skills Planning Qualifications Development Programme Development Career Services Programme Mix Career Pathways Resourcing Institutional Planning Skills Intelligence System
  5. 5. 5 What is a possible architecture of a Skills Planning Mechanism? Structures Methods Staffing SCHOOLING MIGRATORY REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS SOCIETY Institutional Arrangements Outputs Functions Framework Activities Processes Relationships
  6. 6. Demand Supply Deployment New Demand Created Skills Planning Linear Approach to Skills Planning
  7. 7. Deploy IT Skills Planning Management G o v e r n a n c e Institutions Structures Partnerships Infrastructure P o l i c i e s R e s o u r c e s Systems Approach to Skills Planning
  8. 8. Determinants of Demand DEPLOYMENT LATENT Projected Demand Dormant Demand Replacement Demand Potential Demand MANIFEST Active Labour Market Policies Technology Industry Strategy Economic conditions Wages & Employment Conditions Skills Utilisation Labour Mobility
  9. 9. Determinants of Supply DEPLOYMENT STOCK RECRUITMENT Employment / Unemployment Migration PSET Enrolment / Graduation Vacancy levels, rates, durations Wages trends Employability Work-based training Apprenticeships / Learnerships Sector employment / UnemploymentOccupational movements Job openings Employment Conditions Labour market participation
  10. 10. 10 DEPLOYMENT School-to-Work Transitions Apprenticeships / Learnerships WSP Planning Workforce Development Employability Employment Conditions Determinants of Deployment Labour Turnover Labour Mobility Placements
  11. 11. 11 Employment / UnemploymentMigration PSET Enrolment / Graduation Work-based training Apprenticeships / Learnerships STOCK RECRUITMENT Labour market participation Vacancy levels, rates, durations Wages trends Employment Conditions Employability Sector employment / Unemployment Job openings LATENT Projected Demand Dormant Demand Replacement Demand Potential Demand DEPLOYMENT School-to- Work Transitions Apprenticeships / Learnerships WSP Planning Workforce Development Employability Employment Conditions MANIFEST Economic conditions Labour Mobility Skills Utilisation Active Labour Market Policies Technology Industry Strategy Wages & Employment Conditions Skills Intelligence System
  12. 12. 12 Underpinning methodological considerations Employment Survey Forecasting Labour Force Survey Reverse Tracer Study Occupational StudiesScenario Planning Tracer Study Migration Study Sector Skills Plan Industry Study Environmental Scanning Wage Study LM Observatories Training Survey Skills Audit Establishment Survey Multi-Institutional Framework Local Macro
  13. 13. Thank you Hoosen Rasool hoosen@frresearch.co.za

×