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Cas Olivier replied to Hannes Nel's discussion Articulating the assessment strategy to a constructivist teaching approach in the group Assessors & Moderators
"Irene, you are 100% correct in saying that teaching is being directed by the ways the brain 'work' and not what is cast in the curriculum, qualification or unit standard. These only set the standard, they do not prescribe how teaching…"
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Hi All, I am available immediately for freelance work. Please see my CV and certificates attached and please feel free to contact me to arrange an interview. Looking forward to hearing from you.See More
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Just a little reminder that we offer ETDP Seta accredited Facilitator, Assessor and Moderator courses to anyone in South Africa.  Please contact us for our prices as we are running a special offer at the moment.Also, if anyone is looking i also…See More
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Irene James replied to Hannes Nel's discussion Articulating the assessment strategy to a constructivist teaching approach in the group Assessors & Moderators
"Outstanding discussion! Our "three Muskateers" are really on a roll! Love the reference to the understanding of formative and summative assessments. The problem is, how many of our dear SETA verifiers understand the difference between the…"
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    Voluntary Retrenchment Packages

    Started by Kiki Coppin in Industrial relations issues including retrenchment, discipline & dismissal 7 hours ago. 0 Replies

    I am doing a survey for a company on Voluntary Retrenchment packages. Is there anybody that is prepared to share theirs with me. I don't need company names, just the industry you are in and also if the package is different to the normal retrenchment…Continue

    Black Friday Tutorial

    Started by Bronwyn Newman in General - topics not covered by categories 13 hours ago. 0 Replies

    I was not sure what I had to expect when jumping on this bandwagon for Black Friday Craze. Excitement is an understatement of how I felt saving on groceries with the school holidays soon approaching.Step One: Game plan - I cleverly put in half day.…Continue

    Tags: shopping, thanksgiving, 1966, blackfriday

    Training Co-ordinator (Durban)

    Started by Bernadette Felix in Vacancies & Contracts for Work 15 hours ago. 0 Replies

    We are looking to hire a Training Co-ordinator.The role of the training co-ordinator is to organize and coordinate all administrative responsibilities relating to learning interventions which includes learner administration, registration &…Continue

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    Statistics Facilitator

    Started by Albert Mandizvidza in Accreditation, training material, assessment on Thursday. 0 Replies

    We are looking for a Statistics facilitator who can facilitate a course covering among other issues; Measurement of uncertainty Interpreting data with understanding uncertainty Measurement of deviation Data validation.Reliabilityplease send your…Continue

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    About privilege - what can we do about it?

    Posted by Brian V Moore on November 30, 2015 at 16:42 0 Comments

    Privilege is often a fact of unconscious bias. How do we deal with it?

    “Privilege is a set of unearned benefits given to people who fit into a specific social group.”

    To be privileged is not a failing, it is a fact of your birth and circumstances. I personally have not been very aware of privilege, as an issue. Yet it critically affects so many lives.

    I always believed that to be privileged was to be rich. Yet privilege is about those…


    Why Choose to Become an Ear, Nose and Throat Doctor

    Posted by Kevin Lee on November 27, 2015 at 12:32 0 Comments

    Training to become a doctor is a decision that is usually taken at a young age.  This is partly due to the amount of training required and also to do with the background of sciences which is necessary to qualify for the training.  Of course, it is possible to train as a doctor later in life, but the time period can complicate this further as you are more likely to have a lifestyle which needs supporting.

    The basic training follows these steps:

    • Study for an undergraduate…

    When we first see ourselves as human beings

    Posted by Brian V Moore on November 17, 2015 at 9:02 12 Comments

    One World – One Humanity!

    One Human Race.

    As a 12 year old white boy, I stood on the side of a Bancroft road in Zambia, and waved my Zambian flag at the first President of our newly independent Zambia. He smilingly waved his white handkerchief at the crowds as he sailed past. As kids we were not perturbed with the change from colonial rule to African rule. It was just another day off school.

    As the leader of a country with incredible…


    Copies of certificates

    Posted by Jackie Franck on November 13, 2015 at 14:15 5 Comments

    Hi everyone

    I run the risk of having asked this before, or this having being posted before, but I need help.

    I need copies of certificates for someone:

    • Matric, in Durban in 1978
    • Advanced Diploma RAU (UJ) in 1984

    I will try contact UJ to see if they could help me with the Advanced Diploma, but any other suggestions for me would really be appreciated.

    Thanks, and enjoy your weekends!

    How to keep your employees happy

    Posted by Chantel Harris on November 13, 2015 at 14:10 0 Comments

    As a business owner or the person responsible for running a business, one of the worst things you can do is make your employees unhappy. A major part of your focus should be keeping the people who work for you happy.


    A happy employee will do their best work for you and will always be willing to go the extra mile. Those are the people you want to be working for you. And the good news is that it doesn’t take much…


    The Importance of Diversity Management & Conflict Reslotion

    Posted by Chanel du Plessis on November 13, 2015 at 12:30 0 Comments

    South Africa has come a long way since 1994. We are known across the globe as “The Rainbow Nation”, a name we wear with pride. Because of our cultural diversity regarding race, ethnicity, colour, sexual orientation, religion, background, and somewhat tragic past, we still have a long way to go as a Country, to accept one and other. Understanding your fellow man and colleague can go a long way to manage conflict in organisations and managing diversity within the work environment. To achieve…


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