Occupationally Directed Education, Training and Development Practices


Occupationally Directed Education, Training and Development Practices

This is a group for anyone involved in Occupationally Directed Education Training and Development Practices (ODETD) in any capacity. The association is built on the pillars of Integrity, Trust and Transparency. There are no fees involved and you are invited to join now. This is your association as a member of the Skills Universe. This is an opportunity to raise your voice related to Skills issues and to have the support of like minded people.

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Location: Nationally
Members: 269
Latest Activity: Sep 28

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Started by Tshifhiwa Leonard Maumela Aug 24. 0 Replies

As a young person you have dreams and passion about training and Education, The issue of lack of information and advisers is one of the Major challenge that young South African faces. N matter how good your idea is it end up being a waste due to not…Continue

ODETDP Degree info

Started by Tshifhiwa Leonard Maumela. Last reply by Tshifhiwa Leonard Maumela Jun 18. 5 Replies

Good day I need assistance in terms of upgrading my ODETDP National certificate level 5. I really want to upgrade to a degree level and will i be credited for the modules i have done ?Continue

To Be or Not to Be Seta Accredited?

Started by Gweje Methula. Last reply by Irene James Jan 28. 17 Replies

That is the question I am baffling with to convince a client on the importance of being accredited as a training service provider. The challenge is how do I convince the client that accreditation does add value to business. What evidence, both…Continue

The difference between the legacy qualifications curriculum and the QCTO curriculum format

Started by Hannes Nel. Last reply by Steve Short Sep 29, 2015. 20 Replies

 After approximately eight years in which the QCTO made some progress towards the development and registration of new occupational qualifications, stakeholders are beginning to wonder if the new curriculum model will ever replace the old (legacy)…Continue

Tags: design, standards, quality, assurance, programme

The process of assessment

Started by Des Squire. Last reply by Des Squire Sep 28, 2015. 13 Replies

“Assessment is the process of making judgments about an individual's competence through matching evidence collected to the appropriate outcomes related to a specific unit standard, a series of unit standards, or a full qualification that have been…Continue

Granularity and unit standards

Started by Hannes Nel. Last reply by Annette Loubser Sep 21, 2015. 16 Replies

Even though the so-called legacy qualifications have been given a third life, there are still those who oppose the unit standard approach. Some academics actually vehemently oppose such standards. I am not one of them because I always saw a…Continue

Tags: learning, programme, design, assurance, quality


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