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|Transforming higher education for the effective technical and vocational skills delivery in Zimbabwe
||Phuthi, Nduduzo; Maphosa, N
|The Role of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the development of technical and vocational education and training (TVET).
||Obadara, Olabanji; Adenaide, F. Abisoye
|Planning technical and vocational education for youth empowerment in Nigeria.
||Okunola, P.O.; Madumere, S.C.; Ogundiran, S.O.
|Balancing knowledge construction and skills training in universities of technology
||McKenna, Sioux; Sutherland, Lee
|Labour market effects of the polytechnic education reform: The Finnish experience
||Böckerman, Petri; Hämäläinen, Ulla; Uusitalo, Roope
|Reimagining the purpose of VET – Expanding the capability to aspire in South African Further Education and Training students
|Crafted for prosperity; Pointers from Germany regarding the appropriate place and provision of Vocational Education and Training within the Educational Realm, and comparisons with South Africa
||Inskip, Chris; Spargo, Peter
|Strategies for improving polytechnic curriculum effectiveness: a case for Zimbabwe.
|Will Skills Save Us? Rethinking the Relationships between Vocational Education, Skills Development Policies, and Social Policy in South Africa
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