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A study of the history of learning reveals that training and education of all types, academic and work-related,
are largely the products of social and economic conditions. Over time, the concepts of training and education have been identical,
overlapping, globaly or totally discrete depending on the prevailing social, political, and economic conditions. Human
resource development is a field with historical roots in both education and the world of work. Its broad foundations in related
social and technical fields notwithstanding, human resource development is, first and foremost, a field of education
that is for, and about work. Students earn their degree and sometimes move to another country, only to find that their degree
have not been accredited by their country! Although the human resource development field has developed significantly
since the Second World War, the historical origins of human resource development cannot be separated from the histories of
education and training. The history of human resource development is the history of training and education for work. Send
us the address of your minister of education, e-mail ect. but read on first..
South Africa is open for education, The Department of education
opened their doors for Public/Private Partnerships, Training of Teacher Assistants and DDAA do think South
Africa have a future for African students who wish to study from Institutions in South Africa.
Ministry of Education
Minister: N. Pandor
Mail: Private Bag X603, Pretoria 0001
Street Address: Magister
Building, 123 Schoeman Street, Pretoria 0002
Tel: (012) 326-0126 Fax: (012) 323-5989
OR: Mail: Private Bag, X9034 Cape
Town, 8000 South Africa
Tel: (021) 45-7350 Fax: (021) 461-4788
The history of human resource development (HRD) has its roots in the origins of education and training. In
tracing the history of HRD this chapter sketches man’s progress from survival-driven learning, to education shaped by
the classics and Christianity, to the influences of war and military strategy on
scientific and technical education, to the skills training and scientific management spawned by the industrial era, and finally,
to the training of contemporary workers, technicians, and managers—the immediate predecessors of contemporary HRD. Accredit
your Institution after you joined us with the official application.