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Scarce Skills within the Services Sector.

The Scarce Skills in the Services Sector

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Discover hot πŸ”₯ jobs in the services sector! Learn about services scarce skills and find out how to get trained. πŸ’Ό Don’t miss out on exciting career opportunities!

Scarce Skills are Training Opportunities for Business and Learners

Scarce skills tell you where job opportunities are. If you see a job that you like and it’s a scarce skill – find training for it. SETAs usually provide funds to businesses and training organisations to develop these skills.

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For the latest list of scarce skills, please take a look at our article on critical skills.

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The Services Sector Scarce Skills List

Here’s a list of scarce skills in the service industry. These are skills that are in high demand in the job market. This scarce skills list includes business coaches, sales and marketing specialists, copywriters and many other interesting career choices. See the full list below for more.

For the unemployed, it means they can strengthen their job opportunities by becoming qualified in the skill areas listed below.

If you’re a training provider, scarce skill programs are most likely to receive SSETA funding and can be used to indicate the degree of difficulty for finding work placement opportunities. Those organisations requiring scarce skills may be more willing to engage in training development interventions.

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CLEANING SERVICES SCARCE SKILLS

  • Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Garden Maintenance Workers
  • Machine Repair Technicians
  • Cleaners (Specialised Areas e.g. Working at a certain Height)
  • Pest Control Specialists
  • Health and Safety Practitioners
  • First Aid Practitioners
  • Frail Care Practitioners
  • Qualified Assessors (Education Review Officers)
  • Qualified Moderators
  • Operators of Cleaning Machinery
  • Sales and Marketing Specialists

HIRING SERVICES SCARCE SKILLS

  • Qualified Earthmoving Plant Operators
  • Certified Trainers
  • Moderators
  • Assessors (Education Review Officer)
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MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES SCARCE SKILLS

POSTAL SERVICES SCARCE SKILLS

  • Financial Managers
  • Auditors
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LABOUR RECRUITMENT SERVICES SCARCE SKILLS

BUSINESS SERVICES SCARCE SKILLS

  • Market Researchers
  • Financial Planners

PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES SCARCE SKILLS

  • Civil Engineering
  • Financial Manager
  • Rural Development Expert
  • ETD Practitioners (Real Estate Experts)
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HAIR CARE SERVICES SKILL NEEDS

  • Qualified Hairdresser (Afro Hair Specialization)

BEAUTY TREATMENT SCARCE SKILLS

  • Beauticians
  • Somatologists
  • Cosmetologists
  • Massage Therapists

FUNERAL SERVICES SCARCE SKILLS

  • Mortuary Attendant
  • Contract Administrator
  • Embalmers
  • Cremators

FASHION SERVICES SKILLS SHORTAGES

REAL ESTATE SCARCE SKILLS

  • Property Evaluators
  • Plumbers
  • Electricians
  • Auctioneers
  • Section Title Specialists
  • Property Managers
  • Property Portfolio Officer
  • Facilities Manager
  • Managing Agent
  • Portfolio Managers
  • Draftsman
  • Industrial Designer

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  1. Lamsile

    hi. I am a qualified female as an earthmoving equipment mechanic (Diesel mechanic). I did an apprenticeship and the contract ended immediately after qualifying. I would like to know possible places that can assist me volunteer to gain more knowledge and experience in my chosen trade. thank you

  2. leonard mornay busby

    Where can I go for training for earthmoving

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