THE HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL SECRETARIAT CHAIRED THE HRD PROVINCIAL COORDINATING FORUM MEETING IN GAUTENG.
Johannesburg –The Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) Secretariat officiated the Human Resource Development Provincial Coordination Forum (HRDPCF) meeting on the 04th of April 2019, held in Melville, Johannesburg, in Gauteng. The meeting was chaired by HRDC Head of Secretariat Ms. Brenda Ntombela.
The HRDPCF meeting deliberated on the Candidacy programme by the Council for Built Environment (CBE), the HRDC Monitoring an Evaluation Framework, HRD progress highlights from the Eastern Cape Province as well as brief reports from other provinces.
The Council for Built Environment, Highlighted Workplace Assessment for Construction Project Management, Quality Management System Academy in the built environment and how provinces can benefit from CBE. The Eastern Cape as host province also outlined key interventions they have made. They have a total of 1,108 TVET College students, 281 University students, 392 Engineering students and 139 Apprentices. A total of R 118m was received from SETA’s and the NSF to implement the programmes.
Established In July 2011, the Provincial Coordinating Forum aims to ensure the coordination, alignment and integration of the human resource development implementation plans and activities with the Provincial Growth and Development Plans (PGDP). This forum has encouraged provinces to form their own HRD Provincial Councils to be chaired by the Premiers, to tackle their unique challenges and report on the implementation of the HRD Strategy towards 2030, at the provincial level. Amongst other things the forum discusses, progress made by each province on the implementation of HRD initiatives and the strategy, for each quarter. The forum also provides a platform for all provinces to learn from each other and share critical problem solving practices where applicable.
Enquiries: Ms. Brenda Ntombela 012 943 3187/ 082 573 3716 or email@example.com
Issued by the Human Resources Development Council of South Africa.