HRDC to undertake employability study on tertiary education

An audit to establish the levels of employability of tertiary education programmes is on the cards.

The acting chief executive officer of the Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) Dr Patrick Molutsi said in line with its mandate, the organisation saw it fit to conduct this study to inform government on what programmes were failing to absorb graduates in employment. 

Speaking at a media briefing on the forthcoming annual tertiary education conference and fair on Tuesday, Molutsi said graduate unemployment was a major concern that government was committed to addressing. The fair is scheduled for March 23-25.

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