Learning and development

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As the world of business becomes increasingly competitive, it is more important than ever to have a strong learning culture. A learning culture supports and encourages continuous learning. Where everyone is a lifelong learner.


Gauteng Education MEC, Barbara Creecy, has reiterated that the interventions to
improve the quality of learning and teaching in Gauteng led by government are moving
in the right direction.


Despite pockets of excellence, there is a continued overall reduction in skills and
service levels in the South African public sector. Government has invested
resources in learning and development projects to ensure optimum transfer of skill
and better service delivery.


Skills development should begin at school level if SA hopes to combat skills shortages in the country according to Mashumi Tutu, who says that business must partner with educators to 'address the core competencies and leadership skills necessary for economic growth'.

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