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Construction craft skills requirements in sub-Saharan Africa: A focus on ZambiaMuya, M., Price, A. D. f., & Edum-Fotwe, F. T. - 2006 - Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management
Purpose – As the development agenda for sub-Sahara Africa (SSA) gains momentum, it has become necessary to refocus attention on effective and sustainable human resource development strategies for the construction sector in the region that include craft skills. Aims to provide insight into the availability and quality of construction craft skills in Zambia, and the SSA region in general. Design/methodology/approach – Using Zambia as a country case study, results of a survey that was designed...
Overview of funding for construction craft skills training in Sub-Saharan Africa: A case study of ZambiaMuya, M., Price, A. D. F., & Edum-Fotwe, F. T. - 2006 - Construction Management and Economics
The wealth of any nation is ultimately based on its human resource or social capital. Education and training are the primary vehicles of developing this resource. Funding of formal construction craft skills training at trade institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) is examined, using Zambia as a country case study. The data in the research were collected via semi-structured questionnaire interviews directed at government financed trades training schools offering construction programmes in...