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An audit of sport-related post-schooling training programmes in South Africa

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An audit of sport-related post-schooling training programmes in South Africa A desktop study approach was adopted to examine policy documents, research reports and academic sources. The key component of the research was a website audit of training qualifications/ programmes at all 26 public universities as well as selected TVET colleges (6) that examined sports-related qualifications and programmes (including modules and module content) in university and TVET College prospectus and handbooks sourced from the internet. There were no programmes and/ or information available on the TVET websites and for 8 of the universities on sports-related offerings. Additionally, a bibliometric scan of South African research in sport, leisure and recreation was conducted to identify output trends using SciVal.
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