archive-za.com » ZA » S » SAQA.ORG.ZA

Total: 199

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • South African Qualifications Authority - Home Page
    The learning programme is really the what the when and the how of implementation It is about what happens in the classroom the teaching learning and assessment activities associated with achieving outcomes It is clearly the task of providers to structure exciting challenging and innovative learning and assessment experiences for learners while it is the job of the ETQA to consider whether providers have offered learners a fair opportunity to acquire the outcomes by monitoring the learning programme and quality assuring the learning achievement Where can I find places to do RPL Recognition of Prior Learning RPL can be approached through either a private company that deals directly with the Qualification you want to achieve an Institution that offers the Qualification or the Sector Education Training Authority SETA ETQA that accredits the Qualification Where do I need to register to become a private FET College Where do I need to register to become a private FET College All colleges offering a full NQF registered Qualification must be registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training and have to be accredited by Umalusi in order to be registered FET Colleges accredited with SETAs must provide Umalusi with evidence of their accreditation in order to be referred for registration You can contact the Department of Higher Education and Training DHET for registration of Private FET Colleges on the following numbers 012 312 5878 012 312 5672 http www umalusi org za ur publications FAQ FAQ FETColleges pdf What are the Level Descriptors A level descriptor is a statement of achieved cognitive competence Level descriptors provide a description of each of the levels on the National Qualifications Framework NQF The purpose of such description is to assist a writer of Part Qualifications or Qualifications in designing a Qualification by allocating a level to a Part Qualification or a Qualification and to formulate outcomes and criteria for assessment that could clearly indicate the level of knowledge of a learner required to successfully achieve the Part Qualification or Qualification The NQF used to have eight levels In 2008 the National Qualifications Framework NQF Act No 67 replaced the South African Qualifications Authority Act No 58 of 1995 The NQF Act brought changes in the education and training sector the levels of the NQF form part of these changes There are now 10 levels on the NQF SAQA in agreement with the three quality councils Umalusi Quality Council on Trades and Occupations QCTO and the Council on Higher Education CHE has developed level descriptors for the 10 level NQF Latest News Notice to Applicants for the Evaluation of Foreign Qualifications 26 November 2015 SAQA will be closed for business as follows a Between 12 00 and 14 00 on Friday 4 December 2015 b From 14 00 Wednesday 23 December 2015 until 3 January 2016 Business will resume on 4 January 2016 Appointment to the Board of the South African Qualifications Authority SAQA to take office from 1 January 2016 21 September 2015 The Minister

    Original URL path: http://www.saqa.org.za/ (2015-12-05)
    Open archived version from archive



  • (No additional info available in detailed archive for this subpage)
    Original URL path: /subscribe.php (2015-12-05)




  • (No additional info available in detailed archive for this subpage)
    Original URL path: /feedback.php (2015-12-05)




  • (No additional info available in detailed archive for this subpage)
    Original URL path: /show.php?id=5658 (2015-12-05)




  • (No additional info available in detailed archive for this subpage)
    Original URL path: /show.php?id=5642 (2015-12-05)




  • (No additional info available in detailed archive for this subpage)
    Original URL path: /show.php?id=5659 (2015-12-05)




  • (No additional info available in detailed archive for this subpage)
    Original URL path: /show.php?id=5661 (2015-12-05)




  • (No additional info available in detailed archive for this subpage)
    Original URL path: /show.php?id=5662 (2015-12-05)




  •