Author Topic: Understanding the Organising Frameworkofor Occupations [OFO]  (Read 509 times)

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The Organisation Framework for Occupations (OFO) is a skill-based coded classification system, which encompasses all occupations in the South African context. DHET requires all stakeholders across all SETAs to utilise the OFO Version 2013 in the compilation of Sector  Skills Plan (SSP) update and the skills demand list to enable the identification of trends across all economic sectors. According to the  Framework for Identifying and Monitoring Scarce and Critical Skills, “skill” is defined as the ability to perform competently the roles and tasks associated with an occupation. On the other hand, an “occupation” is seen as a set of jobs or specializations whose main tasks are characterized by such a high degree of similarity that they can be grouped together for the purposes of the classification. Both scarce and critical skills must be identified at the occupational level, with scarce skills being considered against the occupation itself and critical skills being reflected as specific skills within the occupation.


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