The published report credits authors: Michele Capazario and Fouché Venter (DNA Economics).
The suggested citation is:
DNA Economics (2020). A Technical Report for the 2020 Critical Skills List. Produced for the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) as part of the Labour
Market Intelligence (LMI) research programme.
This document of 132 pages includes:
* defining the critical skills list (CSL), and criteria for inclusion;
* the methodology adopted, and
* the application of the Organising Framework of Occupations (OFO) codes;
* the analysis, with detailed appendices;
* and the final provisional CSL for submission.
As skills-universe members are active participants in skills development, it will be very well worth your time reading – for a number of reasons
Either this list is faulty or the environment is faulty- the number of people with skills that are on this list sitting at home or emigrating because they can not find work makes one question the research methodology.
Falsework – construction and civil engineering sector
Falsework is a temporary structure or framework used in construction to support materials, equipment or any assembly, like arches and similar structures while the mortar or concrete is setting or the steel is being joined.
Falsework includes temporary support structures for formwork used to mold concrete in the construction of buildings, bridges, and elevated roadways.
Its purpose is to provide temporary support until the entire structure is self-supporting
Scaffolding used to prop or support a load at height.