The Joburg Centre for Software Engineering (JCSE) is pleased to announce that its Annual ICT Skills Survey for 2014 has kicked off. This is the 6th edition of this well-respected picture of skills requirements and skills acquisition in the vital all-enabling ICT sector in South Africa.
Thanks to JCSE’s continuing partnership with ITWeb, with the support of the Institute of Information Technology Professionals South Africa (IITPSA), the Information Technology Association (ITA), and Eduflex’s Virtual Assessor ™ survey application, the 2014 survey will continue the tradition of being bigger and better each time.
Whether you are a practitioner of ICT skills (which covers the whole range of activities in electronic media, information and communications technologies and electronics from the most junior to the most senior) or an employer of any of those skills (in any sector of the economy, including business, government and civil society), please go to http://ow.ly/c89Id and answer one (or both, if it is appropriate) of the two surveys.
Your help in gathering the latest data will assist the policy- and decision-makers who are working to close the “skills gap” in South Africa. Thank you for taking the few minutes to help us.
We hope to publish the new report in October 2014. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries.
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