The HEART Trust/NTA relies heavily on research which it deems to be a critical tool in transformational training and sustainable development. All major labour market studies and research projects are undertaken by the Labour Market Research and Intelligence Department.
Listed below are the projects managed:
Tracer Studies - Determines the level of success of graduates in obtaining jobs and the impact of the training they had in their labour market successes.
Employer’s Satisfaction Survey - Determines the level of satisfaction of employers and establishes the performance rating of the graduates employed in firms. It also determines skill gaps or training needs of employers within different industries/sectors.
Sector Training Plan - Develops training plans based on skills gaps and emerging occupations in Technical and Vocational Education and Training sector per industry/sector.
Manpower Supply Gap Analysis - Determines potential skills shortage and surplus in the labour force by occupational areas. The purpose of this analysis is to inform training delivery in the HEART Trust/NTA training system.
Parish/Community Training Needs and Capacity Studies - Develops demographic and socio-economic profiles of parishes and identifies potential manpower needs of the population.
Institution/Programme Evaluation- Appraisals of systems and processes used by The HEART Trust/NTA to ensure efficiency and effectiveness of the training system.
Annual Training Reports - Details evaluative five-year and two-year analyses of the performance of TVET system based on key training and certification indicators.
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