NEW – U.S.-South Africa Partnership for Skills Development Site

South Africa Partnership

The U.S.-South Africa Partnership for Skills Development (PSKD) program is a college-wide grant project funded by the United Stated International Development Agency. The program supports the South Africa Department of Higher Education and Training to improve economic growth and private sector competitiveness, and workforce development by strengthening the capacity of the Further Education and Training colleges and increasing the educational and employment outcomes for the country’s youth. NOVA is one of the major implementing partners and will be going to South Africa in March.

This external site comprising of six sections (Home, About, Contact, Resources, News and Photo Gallery) was designed to present the material in an organized way that is easy to update. The Instruction Resources section is password protected for use by the FETC partners; the Newsroom features their newsletters and connects you to their blog; and the Photo Gallery features images from the first meeting.

As always, we want to hear from you! Send us your feedback and suggestions through the “Leave a comment” area below. We will personally reply to all entries submitted.

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One Comment

  1. Posted January 21, 2012 at 6:51 am | Permalink

    really good to hear that..education is one of the most important things for a country to develop. I really agree with PSKD program and i see this is a great breakthrough to improve all section of aspects.

    - Tri Haryadi -

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