ETDP Certificate

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This qualification will meet the need of those who wish to progress beyond the NC OD-ETD, or who wish to enter the field of ETD for the first time. The certificate will also help to increase the employment prospects of ETD practitioners, while helping to ensure quality and competence within the ETD field.


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This qualification will meet the need of those who wish to progress beyond the NC OD-ETD, or who wish to enter the field of ETD for the first time.
The certificate will also help to increase the employment prospects of ETD practitioners, while helping to ensure quality and competence within the ETD field.
This qualification is also for those who want to build on a FETC in any field to enter the field of OD-ETD as a potential career, and have little or no previous exposure to ETD.
The qualification will also be valuable for those who may have been practicing within the field, but without formal recognition.
This qualification will be useful for:
? Learning facilitators, Assessors, Skills Development Facilitators and Learner/learning supporters
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
? Grade 12 or equivalent and/or the ETD certificate on NQF level 4
? At least 3 years of relevant work experience.
ATTENDANCE and DELIVERY METHODOLOGY
The BSU one year part-time certificate is based on the SAQA registered qualification - ID 50334.
The course can be offered on Saturdays or two week nights, depending on learner enrollment and demand.
Effective March 2010, this programme includes a Portfolio Building workshop as a standard component of the timetable
ASSESSMENT
Formative assessments are conducted in the classroom by means of group discussions, role-plays, worksheets and assignments.
Summative assessments are conducted by means of knowledge questionnaires and the completion of a portfolio of evidence for each module.

TRAINING MODULES - spread over 1 year on a part-time basis

1. Communication
2. General ETD
3. Skills development facilitator (SDF)
4. Facilitation of learning
5. Leaner guidance and support (Mentorship)
6. Assessment
7. Moderation
8. Evaluation
OUTCOMES COVERED IN THE NATIONAL CERTIFICATE
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General Education, Training and Development
NQF 5 - 16 Credits - ID 114924, 123398 and 123400
This module is intended to recognize practitioners for their own understanding of OBET and the NQF.
The module furthermore assists ETD practitioners to guide people who have been on training to move from a generic skill to a particular application within the workplace.
Competent learners will be able to conduct internal or external evaluations of ETD providers, products and services to meet an established learning need within an organization.
Communication
NQF 5 - 10 Credits - ID 115789 and 115790
Learners competent in this module will be able to present and participate effectively in oral communication in various contexts.
The module enables learners to recognize and use effective textual conventions and features specific to business texts including those that require a particular format and/or specified legislated requirements.
Learner guidance and support (Mentorship)
NQF 5 - 21 Credits - ID 117874, 117865 and 10294
The increasing implementation of learnerships in the workplace and SAQA legislation has made the function of the mentor become more important.
The implementation of a formal mentorship system has become apparent to those involved in learnerships at all NQF levels.
The mentor is an experienced person who is paired with a learner in the workplace in order to assist them with their professional and personal development.
The mentor undertakes activities such as serving as a confidant, assisting with career planning, acting as a source of information and giving constructive feedback to the person being mentored - while addressing the learner?s learning needs.
This module aims at providing the individuals with appropriate theoretical and practical training to enable them to effectively execute the activities related to mentoring learners in the workplace.
Facilitation of learning
NQF 5 - 10 Credits - ID 117871
Prepare the learners and the learning environment for effective learning; Create strategies to encourage dialogue between all participants; recap knowledge to link to prior learning; clarify the outcomes of the learning activity for effective learning, implement learning activities, consolidate the learning activity, evaluate the learning process, maintain an effective and efficient administrative system.
Conduct Outcomes-Based Assessments
NQF 5 - 15 Credits - ID 115753
The assessor is an individual who is an expert in his/her own field of learning.
The registered assessor will ensure that any person who wishes to achieve credits for specific skills undergoes a fair, valid and reliable assessment to determine their level of competency.
The assessor considers all relevant evidence towards a particular training intervention and institutes the necessary checks to determine if the required criteria have been met.
Conduct Moderation of Outcomes-Based Assessments

NQF 6 - 10 Credits - ID 115759

The moderator has the function of reviewing and quality assuring the assessment conducted by the assessor.
The moderator determines whether the judgments made are within the principles of fairness, validity, reliability and sufficiency. Objective advice needs to be given to those concerned, while being aware of any assessment shortcomings in the process.
A moderator is a person who is diplomatic, has excellent communication skills and analytical thinking traits.
Evaluation
NQF 5 - 10 Credits - ID 123397
This module is useful to ETD practitioners in evaluating learning programmes / courses, whether internally or externally.
Learners credited with this unit standard will be able to plan and prepare for evaluation, collect, record, analyse and interpret data, compile an evaluation report and review the evaluation process
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Skills Development Facilitator
NQF 5 - 33 Credits - ID 15217, 15218, 15221, 15228, 15232 and 15227
The Skills Development Act of 1998 brought about the new function of a Skills development facilitator.
This person must be qualified or experienced at NQF level 5 and above and will be responsible, within an organization, for developing the company?s annual Workplace skills plan, and manage the financial skills development levy refund process on behalf of the company.
The person selected must be computer literate, understand the nature of the business, and have access to both employees and management at all levels of the business.
The SDF module provides appropriate theoretical and practical training in order to enable individuals to effectively execute the role of the skills development facilitator.
PROGRAMME COSTS PER LEARNER
ANNUAL REGISTRATION FEE - R900.00
PROGRAMME FEE - R18 500.00
ETDP SKILLS BLOCKS BREAKDOWN

** Fees may be reviewed subject to learner numbers. Such review will
apply for groups in excess of 15 delegates.
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