GIC adopts integrated approaches to Skills/Enterprise Development Consulting, Fund Management & Impact Monitoring & Evaluation.
In South Africa 2.5% of annual payroll needs to go to individuals seeking career opportunities Through the course of their journey, many young people moving through the system end up back in the market. At GIC we believe that meeting demand is a longer-term imperative to be addressed, rather than annualised.
Implementing smart strategies that will support Government, Corporates, SMME and NPOs coordinate sustained skills development solutions.
This requires accelerating inclusive economic growth through exponential innovation in human capacity development for business
GIC Skills Xchange platform connects candidates with development opportunities offering investors and corporates systemic learner management data.
Aimed at informing short, medium and long-term investments, risk considerations and optimal M & E functionality.
Building, designing, managing and executing on process and programmes to enable systemic youth development by incorporating an employee learn-to-earn model.
Hosted and resourced through 12 month skills impact funding programmes.