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Future Fit Education

Future Fit Education

Future Fit Education

Future Fit Education emphasizes the critical importance of graduate employability and addresses the pressing challenge of youth unemployment through enhancing digital literacy, promoting technical and vocational training, and focusing on competency development. These initiatives are designed to equip young individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge to thrive in the modern job market, fostering economic growth and reducing unemployment rates.

Cluster Lead

Dr Olebogeng Selebi


Cluster Sub-Topics


Graduate Employability

Graduate employability is the ability of a university graduate to secure and maintain meaningful employment after graduation, encompassing knowledge, experience, personal qualities, and career preparedness. It benefits graduates, universities, and society by increasing chances of employment, career advancement, and economic growth.

Youth Unemployment

Youth unemployment is a global issue affecting 15-24 year olds, causing social and economic consequences. Causes include lack of skills, education mismatch, economic factors, and structural changes. Addressing youth unemployment involves improving education, promoting job creation, and providing targeted support programs. Understanding this issue is crucial for developing effective policies.

Digital Literacy

Digital literacy is the knowledge, skills, and attitudes required to use information and communication technologies effectively. It includes basic technical skills, information literacy, critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, and digital citizenship. It's essential for success in modern life, enabling active participation in society, and contributing to personal and professional development.

TVET and Competency Development for the FoW

TVET, or Technical and Vocational Education and Training, is crucial for the future of work. It provides practical skills in fields like engineering, healthcare, business, and information technology, combines theoretical knowledge with hands-on training, and offers flexible learning pathways. Competency development involves acquiring and improving technical and soft skills for successful job performance.

Meta-Analysis Competency-Economic Linkage Model

Demand of Skills: The demand of skills refers to the quantity and importance of specific skills in a job market or industry requires. It is influenced by industry trends, technological advancements, economic conditions, and geographical location. Understanding the demand is crucial for individuals and businesses to make informed career decisions and stay competitive.

Indigenous Knowledge

Indigenous Knowledge is a research cluster that studies and preserves knowledge systems, practices, and beliefs unique to indigenous communities worldwide. Key components include traditional ecological knowledge (TEK), cultural practices and traditions, healthcare and healing practices, social and political systems, intellectual property rights and cultural heritage, and sustainability and development. These fields recognize the deep understanding developed by indigenous peoples over centuries, rooted in their relationships with their environments, cultures, and traditions.
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