"Absolutely. In cases where a learner meets the entry level requirements for the languages, one can just do a quick assessment to ascertain written and oral comprehension and language level. After all, language is a "gateway" skill to…"
"Hi Ali. It is correct that you may assess / moderate for the same qualification on the levels below. However, this is not automatic - when you apply to the SETA for registration, you must state in your application that you are applying for the…"
"Hi Gavin, I'm not sure I understand want you mean by "you get the English language modules". Are you saying that learners can just be given/awarded these English language unit standards (modules) without going through the full…"
The NSA will be convening a roundtable on the review of the NSDS and SETA landscape beyond 2018.The Skills Development Act 97 of 1998 requires of the National Skills Authority (NSA) to advise the Minister on the Skills development policy, strategy as well as on the establishment of the institutions or structures that implement and operationalize the National Skills Development Strategy.The roundtable discussion is aimed at playing a special role of allocating an open platform of directly…See More
"NSA roundtable on the review of the NSDS and SETA landscape beyond 2018
The NSA will be convening a roundtable on the review of the NSDS and SETA landscape beyond 2018.
The Skills Development Act 97 of 1998 requires of the National Skills Authority…"
For discussions on all aspects of the post-school education & training system (PSET) as set out in the White Paper on PSET by Department of Higher Education & Training - including universities, TVET Colleges, community colleges.See More
"This practice is an absolute NO! It is understandable that one would feel tempted for the learners sake, but this would place you as an accredited provider at high risk of being severely cautioned, if not de-accredited, by your SETA. This scenario…"