HWSeta Call for Community of Expert Practitioners


The Development of Learning Material packages for the HWSETA

The Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority (HWSETA) requires the services of suitable person/s or organisation/s that have proven experience and specialisation in the design and development of learning materials to carry out the role and responsibilities to design and develop learning materials. The HWSETA requires one developer for each of the following three occupational qualifications:

• Occupational certificate: Health Information Manager NQF level 7 SAQA ID 101838

• Occupational certificate: Home Based Personal Care Worker NQF level 3 OFO Code 532904

• Occupational certificate: Natural Remedy Consultancy NQF Level 5 OFO Code 532906

Development to include: • Learner guides • Facilitator guides • Formative assessment per component i.e. knowledge, workplace and practical guidelines.

Qualifications, experience and skills: • 3 years’ proven experience in learning material design and development • 3 year diploma / degree in Education, Training and Deve-lopment or in a related field • Excellent report writing and project management skills • Experience as a Community of Expert Practitioner (CEP) will be an advantage • Attention to detail, excellent communication skills and experience in assessment of qualifications will be added advantages.

Interested persons / organisations should send comprehen-sive proposals tontombizodwam@hwseta.org.za

Closing date for applications: 12 October 2018.

A compulsory briefing session for shortlisted candidates will be held end of October 2018 at the HWSETA Head Office.

The HWSETA reserves the right not to fill any position advertised.

 

HWSETA call for Community of Expert Practitioners (CEPs) in Moderation

The Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority (HWSETA) seeks to appoint Community of Expert Practitioners (CEPs) to moderate assessment instruments for the following occupational qualifications:

 

• Health Promotion Officer

• Child and Youth Care Worker

•  Social Auxiliary Worker

 

Each CEP appointed will be required to moderate five question papers for each qualification.

Appointed CEPs are required to have proven experience in moderating assessment instruments for their specific area of expertise and knowledge.

 

Interested parties should submit a covering letter with their CV to Nomsa Mdunana at nomsam@hwseta.org.za

Closing date for applications: 28 September 2018.

The HWSETA reserves the right not to fill any position advertised.

 

 

The Evaluation of Learning Material packages for the HWSETA

  

The Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority (HWSETA) requires the services of suitable person/s or organisation/s which have proven experience and specialisation in the design, development and evaluation of learning material. One evaluator for each of the following three occupational qualifications is required:

• Occupational Certificate: Social Auxiliary Worker with 
SAQA ID No 98890

• Occupational Certificate: Health Promotion Officer
(Community Health Worker) with SAQA ID No 94597

• Occupational Certificate: Child and Youth Care Worker 
with SAQA ID No 99510

Duties include evaluation of: • Learner guides • Facilitator guides • Formative assessment per component i.e. knowledge, workplace and practical guidelines.

Qualifications, experience and skills: • 3 years’ proven experience in learning material evaluation and editing in a related field • Experience as a CEP will be an advantage • Attention to detail and experience in assessment of qualifications will be an added advantage.

Interested applicants should send a comprehensive CV with traceable references and a proposal outlining the evaluation process to Nomsa Mdunana at nomsam@hwseta.org.za

Closing date for applications: 28 September 2018.

The HWSETA reserves the right not to fill any position advertised.