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Development of standards and qualifications through QCTO

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mamaruping Given Maila Oct 2, 2012. 5 Replies

The new qualification development system through the QCTO is very good - but mainly for generating work in qualifications generation and for people involved in skills development and training! But I…Continue

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Suzanne Hattingh replied to Hannes Nel's discussion Private Education Provision
"The note on private providers I found striking/disturbing was:  "...some providers  ... openly advertise unaccredited courses in the knowledge that the authorities do not have the capacity to deal with their transgressions'"…"
Jan 28
Suzanne Hattingh replied to Tholsia Naicker's discussion Seta accreditation policy implementation leaves providers with significant risks.
"I have always maintained that providers do NOT have to submit the learning materials that contain actual content to the ETQAs. This is the intellectual property of the institution. Hard copies should be available during site visits for the evaluator…"
Nov 1, 2012
Mamaruping Given Maila replied to Suzanne Hattingh's discussion Development of standards and qualifications through QCTO
"By the time the qualification is approved, before delivery it will be out of the ecomonic demand. Unless otherwise we are going to rely on copy and paste materials  "
Oct 2, 2012
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Des Squire replied to Suzanne Hattingh's discussion Development of standards and qualifications through QCTO
"My understanding is that qualifications registered on the OQF will be any qualifications registered by the QCTO or older qualifications converted from unit standards to the new, curriculum-based approach. I understand that none have been registered…"
Sep 27, 2012
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Sep 27, 2012
sylvia hammond replied to Suzanne Hattingh's discussion Development of standards and qualifications through QCTO
"Thanks Suzanne for your response.  Yes I absolutely agree with your comments regarding the use of skills programmes for occupational competence.  Certainly in the Food and Beverage sector there is substantial evidence of the use of…"
Sep 27, 2012
Suzanne Hattingh replied to Suzanne Hattingh's discussion Development of standards and qualifications through QCTO
"Hy Sylvia, I don't know the offical position, except that the proposed Learning Programme Regulations (July 2012) defined them as part qualifications, which implies that they will be retained. As the unit standards covered in skills programmes…"
Sep 27, 2012
sylvia hammond replied to Suzanne Hattingh's discussion Development of standards and qualifications through QCTO
"Thanks Suzanne.  May I ask what has happened to the status of existing skills programmes registered with the Setas?  Are they still in existence, are further skills programmes being accepted by the Setas?  What input does the QCTO…"
Sep 27, 2012
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Development of standards and qualifications through QCTO

The new qualification development system through the QCTO is very good - but mainly for generating work in qualifications generation and for people involved in skills development and training! But I doubt that it will have a major impact in the skills revolution. It is too complex, too time consuming, too expensive  - and it will require massive expenditure on developing qualifications, followed by new learning programmes and materials, etc., thus consuming funds that should be used for actual…See More
Sep 27, 2012
Suzanne Hattingh commented on Des Squire's blog post Recognition of Prior Learning and its relationship to the QCTO
"Please keep in mind that the occupational qualifications model is only a proposal at this stage. Therefore, Des's statement "Qualifications will be made up of Theory, Practical and Experience components as previously mentioned. The…"
Jul 9, 2012
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Oct 2, 2011
Jennifer Williams left a comment for Suzanne Hattingh
"Hi Suzanne I would appreciate your advice and guidance about the setting up of a non funded learnership.  The client is a ETDP SETA levy payer, The qualification is a Service SETA qualification and the provider is accredited with the Services…"
Sep 30, 2011
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Tell us about what you do
I am a Human Resource Development specialist and consult to employers, training providers, national and provincial government departments. I empower clients to design and implement human capital, learning and skills development processes and interventions that translate into individual and organisational improvement to ensure Return on Investment.
What companies or organisations are you with?
MD of Learning for Performance Improvement, HRM Advisory Committee of UJ, SPCA Tshwane Board

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At 10:53 on September 30, 2011, Jennifer Williams said…

Hi Suzanne

I would appreciate your advice and guidance about the setting up of a non funded learnership.  The client is a ETDP SETA levy payer, The qualification is a Service SETA qualification and the provider is accredited with the Services SETA.  How do we set up the learnership?

I have tried to get info from both SETAS and they are unhelpful.

My email address is jenni@breakingground.co.za

Thank you

Jenni 

At 18:12 on November 26, 2009,
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Annatjie Erasmus
said…
Hi Suzanne I posted a question in the assessor/moderator group regarding possible legislation on the model for formative assessments a FET college should implement. I would appreciate to hear from you on this issue, thanks Dr Annatjie Erasmus
At 11:47 on September 24, 2009, sylvia hammond said…
Hi Suzanne
welcome to our skills-universe - we're pleased to have you with us - I know that you will make an enormous contribution to our universe - & thanks for adding your photo - I'll feature you at the top of the members page.
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