• CRITICAL SKILLS SURVEY 2019

    The 2019 critical skills survey has opened early this year!

    Several visa-related reforms are on the horizon in line with President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Economic Stimulus and Recovery Plan. This includes a review of the critical skills list expected to be published early next year.

    The 2019 survey results will be submitted to the Department of Home Affairs and Parliament in line with the White Paper on International Migration and the DHET’s National List of Occupations in High Demand and specifically to address any occupations not catered for on the new draft list. The survey offers an opportunity for Mobility and Human Resource practitioners to help shape law.

    To receive early access to the new Critical Skills Survey results click on “Sign up for 2019 Results” below. Click on “View 2018 Results” to view last year’s results.

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Critical Skills Survey

CRITICAL SKILLS SURVEY 2019

SURVEY CLOSES 27 NOVEMBER

The 2019 critical skills survey has opened early this year!

Several visa-related reforms are on the horizon in line with President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Economic Stimulus and Recovery Plan. This includes a review of the critical skills list expected to be published early next year.

The 2019 survey results will be submitted to the Department of Home Affairs and Parliament in line with the White Paper on International Migration and the DHET’s National List of Occupations in High Demand and specifically to address any occupations not catered for on the new draft list. The survey offers an opportunity for Mobility and Human Resource practitioners to help shape law.

Please find links below to access the 2018 results or to sign-up to receive early access to the 2019 Critical Skills Survey results.

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2018 SURVEY RESULTS

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