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An evaluation of training in the Republic of Mauritius: An in-depth study

Background

The HRDC manages the Levy Grant System and one of its functions is to “initiate and monitor research on the importance and impact of training activities in relation to socio-economic development of the country”. Since there has been no systematic study has been carried out and there is an increasing pressure on training funds, it is of paramount importance to evaluate the effectiveness of training in Mauritius across different sectors.

The study will be threefold into different perspective; the employers, the employees and the training institutions.

Objectives

    Employers 
  • To measure the perception on training; 
  • To study the training systems in place; 
  • To determine the effectiveness of training; 
  • To assess the training culture in enterprises; 
  • To assess the impact of training in enterprises; 
  • To assess the relevance and quality of training from the perspective of employers carry out a benchmarking of training institutions; and 
  • To map the future perspectives of training
    Employees 
  • To gauge the perception of employees on training
  • To determine the effectiveness of training 
  • To gauge the perception of employees on the training culture at the enterprise level 
  • To measure the impact of training
  • To map the future perspectives of training
    Training Institution 
  • To gauge the perception on training providers on the demand and supply of training
  • To assess the demand for training from the perspective of training providers 
  • To assess the supply of training from the perspective of training providers

Status: Completed.