I recently started doing some work as a verifier. As a provider in my own right is this a conflict of interest? Being a registered provider I see as an advantage in relation to the verification function.
Conflict of Interest as defined by the United Nations Ethics committee
“An organizational conflict of interest arises…Continue
Moderation ensures learners are assessed in a consistent, accurate and well-designed manner. It ensures all assessors who assess a particular unit standard or qualification, are using comparable assessment methods and are making similar and consistent judgments about learners’ performance.
Some people love to procrastinate. They find many reasons why they cannot start or do something. Others are in the habit of putting off difficult tasks.
You can break this habit by:
a. Admitting it. This is always the first place to start when a personal reason prevents your success. Facing up to the truth sets you free to seek solutions and help. It is usually fear that causes procrastination. Fear of failure, the unknown, discomfort or effort.
b. Realizing a number…
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I have reported before on the decision by higher education not to recognize the Level 5 Certificate or the Level 5 Diploma in ECD as an entry level to the Bed Degree: Foundation Phase. Up to the end of 2011 students with these qualifications were allowed to enter the Bed Degree and continue on the career path in ECD. In the beginning of 2012 we were informed that it is no longer recognized as an entry requirement. Students first had to complete a generic Level 5 ABET-qualification of one…Continue
Please note that there is a change to the definition of earnings, and that overtime payments are no longer included in the definition of "earnings", so employees will not go above the threshold based on their overtime earnings.
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR
No. R. 422
13 May 2011
BASIC CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT ACT, 1997 DETERMINATION: EARNINGS…
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