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What are the key SAQA policies in South Africa

As of my last update in September 2021, SAQA (South African Qualifications Authority) is responsible for overseeing the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) in South Africa. The NQF is a system that manages the qualifications of all education and training providers in the country. Some key SAQA policies and functions include: 1. National Qualifications Framework (NQF): SAQA is responsible for the development and implementation of the NQF, which classifies and standardizes qualifications across different levels and fields of learning, making it easier to compare qualifications and promote lifelong learning. 2. Recognition…

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What is the SDF course

What Is The Role Of An SDF? SDFs shave many functions within the skills and development space; these include: Assisting employers and employees in developing their workplace skills plan (WSP) Submitting the WSP to the relevant SETA Advising an employer on the implementation of their WSP. Guiding the employer on how to implement the WSP. Helping the employer to draft an annual training report on the WSP. Advising on the quality assurance requirements set out by the SETA. Acting as a contact person/liaison between the employer and the relevant SETA.…

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Occupation Qualifications

Importance of Occupation Qualifications in South Africa. The significance of job credentials in South Africa. In conclusion, occupational qualifications play a crucial role in ensuring that South African workers are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to compete in the global job market. The government’s commitment to improving access to education and training opportunities for all citizens is commendable. However, more needs to be done to address the persistent skills gap in certain industries and to promote lifelong learning. Employers also have a responsibility to invest in the development…

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Things to keep in mind when choosing a training provider

Things to keep in mind when choosing a training provider 1. Find a reputable partner When you’re evaluating training providers, take the time to investigate their reputation in the market. Ask each provider you are considering for some reference sites, and be sure to contact them to find out about their experiences. This will take five minutes of your time, but may save you thousands in training costs. READ MORE 5 tips for successful ERP projects An agile learning environment Does your online training need an upgrade? Sage VIP  …

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WHAT IS REQUIRED TO SUBMIT A PROGRAMME FOR APPROVAL THROUGH THE SETA

SETA Accreditation. What you need to submit a Learning Programme for approval through the SETA. The following steps are followed in order to submit a learning programme (unit standards) for approval through the ETQA (SETA). Note: We make reference to the ETQA (Education Training Quality Authority) and not the SETA. The reason for this is because the ETQA Department/Manager within the SETA will review your programme and issue approval. (SETA has different departments who are responsible for different task. The ETQA manager will ultimately approve your programme.) STEP 1: SETA…

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What does Outcome Based Assessment mean

Outcome-Based Assessment (OBA), also known as Competency-Based Assessment or Performance-Based Assessment, is an educational and evaluative approach that focuses on measuring the achievement of specific learning outcomes or competencies by learners. Instead of solely assessing the completion of tasks or accumulation of knowledge, OBA places emphasis on the demonstration of practical skills, application of knowledge, and attainment of specific objectives. Key features of Outcome-Based Assessment include: Clear Learning Outcomes: OBA starts with well-defined and measurable learning outcomes or competencies. These outcomes specify what learners are expected to be able to…

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Facilitator Training

Facilitator Training vs. Facilitator course..what’s the difference? Training and facilitating course are two different activities. They require some of the same skills, and some different skills. A Facilitator Training is often a content expert, while a facilitator is a process expert. A trainer uses lecture, conducts demonstrations, supervises skill practice, and corrects the learners’ mistakes. A meeting facilitator leads discussions and helps participants learn from their own experiences and shared information. The trainer might lead a discussion about course content; a facilitator will focus more on the process of a…

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Importance of the facilitator course

TrainYouCan Accredited Training Network in South Africa who also offer the Train the Trainer Course also known as Facilitator course is aimed to accredit you as the Trainer or Facilitator to be SETA certified that is also nationally and internationally recognised by most countries. Facilitators often teach courses that require reflection and application of information to a job, such as communications, leadership, problem-solving, and more. Good facilitation helps a group achieve your purpose by hearing each other, coming to understandings, pooling your wisdom and making wise decisions. The facilitator focuses on both…

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Secure Online Shops in South Africa

Z7 secure online shop in South Africa. 1 | Carefully Look at the Address Bar and URL Be sure that the site is secured by looking at the address bar (URL) to see if there is an “s” in the URL, which should look like this “https://” to start with or has a lock symbol in the address bar. This does not guarantee against a scam site, but it shows that the site owner is using secured encryption processes to transfer data and protect itself from hackers. Z7 secure online shop…

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Why is a education so important for a person

Education is critically important for individuals and society as a whole for several reasons: 1. **Personal Growth and Development:** Education helps individuals develop intellectually, emotionally, and socially. It provides them with the tools and knowledge to understand the world around them, think critically, and make informed decisions. It fosters curiosity, creativity, and a desire for lifelong learning. 2. **Empowerment:** Education empowers individuals by giving them the skills and knowledge needed to take control of their lives. It opens up opportunities for personal and professional growth, enabling individuals to pursue their…

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