For skills-universe members involved in labour law and union members, this morning I received the email posted below from the South African Labour Law Association – SASLAW.
It is truly shocking, and the words “mourn a loss” come to mind. What a great loss. Whether one encountered Anton Steenkamp as a lawyer – either defending or opposing, or…[Read more]
Kutloisiso Moalosi started the topic Assessor or Moderator Credentials for "Accreditation Processes" in the forum Accreditation Processes 19 hours, 5 minutes ago
Good Afternoon. This entry is intended for Training Providers seeking to extend scopes with Services SETA. I am a constituent Assessor and Moderator with Services SETA for the following qualifications:
1.Project Management Level 4: 50080
2. National Certificate: Business Administration Services level 2: 23833
3. Further Education and Training…[Read more]
Jacobus Burger started the topic Internal Facilitator/Assessor accredited training? in the forum Training Service Providers 6 days, 14 hours ago
How would I go about registering for the generic Facilitator (117871) and Assessor (115753) qualification so I as a Provider can facilitate the class?
With which SETA?
We want to up-skill internally. Train our top students to Facilitator and then Assessor.
Insight will be appreciated.
I am already certified as a Assessor/Moderator. I…[Read more]
We assist in Learnerships training and ICT Training with the following:
Microsoft (Employee Enrichment)
– Microsoft Windows 8 – 8.1
– Microsoft Windows 10
– Microsoft Office – Excel Level 1, 2 and 3
– Microsoft Office – Word Level 1, 2 and 3
– Microsoft Office – PowerPoint Level 1, 2 and 3
– Microsoft Office – Access Level 1, 2 and…[Read more]
Kwanele Dube started the topic MQASETA Freelance Facilitators, Assessors and Moderators in the forum Freelance Facilitators 1 week, 5 days ago
Looking for Freelance Facilitators, Registered Assessors and Moderators with MQASETA for National Certificate: Small Scale Mining. SAQA ID 64909. Kindly send your CV to email@example.com. and your rates as well.
For members who may be researching within Africa – I checked out this site –
The Zimbabwe Data Portal
Really attractive well presented site – making data exciting.
Try it out.
sylvia hammond started the topic Research proposal UNESCO Inst Lifelong Learning: Learning Cities 2019 conference in the forum The NQF, Articulation, & RPL 2 weeks ago
UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) looking for researchers – for #Learningcities2019 conference.
Conference: 2019 International Conference on Learning Cities
Theme: Inclusion – A principle for sustainable learning cities
Date: 1-3 October 2019
Venue: Medelin, Colombia
Submit research proposal by 15 May 2019
sylvia hammond replied to the topic Chartall Director Invitation to present at VPL Biennale in the forum The NQF, Articulation, & RPL 2 weeks ago
Thank you Alan – yes I do hope once we have all voted,
(remember to check that your voting form is stamped on the back – otherwise it is invalid)
then we will all have time to access this site. In addition to Karen Deller’s presentation the list of presentations constitutes a learning programme in itself.
So everyone please access:…[Read more]
Alan Ralphs replied to the topic Chartall Director Invitation to present at VPL Biennale in the forum The NQF, Articulation, & RPL 2 weeks ago
Thanks for the notice Sylvia. I found the Biennale website very informative and easy to use. Good to see Karen Deller doing a presentation on their work with an online approach to portfolio building in the banking sector.
The abstracts and presentations (available on the site) provide valuable insights into the progress and development of RPL…[Read more]
Victoria Siphiwe Mamvura-Gava replied to the topic SAQA amends Policy & Criteria on Implementation of RPL in the forum The NQF, Articulation, & RPL 2 weeks, 1 day ago
Thank you very much Allan, I agree on the “barrier to the principle of RPL.” Something you could note as you document this process.
Alan Ralphs replied to the topic SAQA amends Policy & Criteria on Implementation of RPL in the forum The NQF, Articulation, & RPL 2 weeks, 5 days ago
Hi Victoria Siphiwe. The CHE’s RPL Policy is definitely the reference point for your query although the ‘50% residency Clause’ is often contested by those who argue that it is an unnecessary barrier to the principle of RPL. My view is that there are other (curriculum) principles that underpin this clause and that South Africa is no exception in…[Read more]
Victoria Siphiwe Mamvura-Gava replied to the topic SAQA amends Policy & Criteria on Implementation of RPL in the forum The NQF, Articulation, & RPL 2 weeks, 5 days ago
Policy : Published by the Council on Higher Education (CHE) in 2016
Overview of policies
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
● Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) refers to the principles and processes through which the
prior knowledge and skills of a person are made visible, mediated and rigorously assessed and
moderated for the purposes of a…[Read more]
sylvia hammond started the topic International award for Mlambo-Ngcuka – former SA Deputy President in the forum Diversity, Culture, Ethics, Values, Morals, Equality, Race, Ethnicity 2 weeks, 6 days ago
Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, our former Deputy President is a South African woman to be proud of – making a contribution on the international stage.
SANews.gov has issued a media report on the award to Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, who is now the United Nations (UN) Undersecretary-General and Executive Director of UN Women.
She will receive the 2019…[Read more]
sylvia hammond started the topic Chartall Director Invitation to present at VPL Biennale in the forum The NQF, Articulation, & RPL 3 weeks ago
I have received the following update courtesy of John Arnesen.
Chartall Business College’s Academic Director, Dr Karen Deller has been invited to share the innovative RPL practices implemented by Chartall at the 3rd VPL Biennale conference. Validation of Prior Learning (VPL) is equivalent to our South African Recognition of Prior Learning (…[Read more]
Victoria Siphiwe Mamvura-Gava replied to the topic SAQA amends Policy & Criteria on Implementation of RPL in the forum The NQF, Articulation, & RPL 3 weeks ago
Hi Sylvia and all here.
4.3 SUBJECT RECOGNITION
In accordance with the policy and procedures on subject recognition of prior learning, qualifying for the issuing of a qualification, and recognition of qualifications of South African as well as foreign students, the holder of University qualification certificates must have:
(i) complied with the…[Read more]
Good day all
We are looking for LGSETA AND AGRISETA moderators for 100 Unit standard portfolios.
Kindly sent your Seta moderation certificate and your rates to
We sell Off the Shelf Learning Material and new development of learning material either short skills programmes or qualifications. Our material is aligned to SAQA, NQF, QCTO and SETA requirements. We cover SETA’s such as CETA, MICT SETA, Services SETA, LG SETA, Food Bev SETA,CATHSETA, W&RSETA, SASSETA, and HWSETA.
We are having a PROMOTIONAL…[Read more]
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