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Published:  2021 in South Africa
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DHET partnership with CISCO for aligning TVET with 4IR developments

Submitted by Department of Higher Education and Training, South Africa
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In South Africa, TVET curricula are developed centrally at the national level. With the outcomes and standards already established, curriculum mapping adds new technological developments to existing curricula without the need for large-scale changes. By working with an established ICT company in a public-private partnership, changes to content and assessment standards are easy, up-to-date and relevant for learners.


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