The Skills Programme is ideal for anyone who wish to facilitate outcomes-based learning. Learners who attend the programme will learn the essentials of facilitation, from preparation to conducting and evaluating results. Learners will also acquire the basic skills of conducting impactful presentations.
People credited with this unit standard are able to:
This Qualification will provide practitioners with the general ETD skills required at NQF Level 5 across five key ETD roles, with the opportunity to specialise further in one of the following four roles:
This generic assessor unit standard is for those who assess people for their achievement of learning outcomes in terms of specified criteria using predesigned assessment instruments. The outcomes and criteria may be defined in a range of documents including but not limited to unit standards, exit level outcomes, assessment standards, curriculum statements and qualifications.
MSC Business College Kempton Park is a fully accredited further education provider offering quality diplomas, certificates, and using the latest technology. Programme offerings include Human Resources Management, Marketing, IT, Business Administration, Travel & Tourism, Accounting & Bookkeeping, Wholesale & Retail, Project Management, Public Relations and Public Finance. Having been around for 26 years and with 17 campuses in South Africa, the MSC Business College is one of the biggest names in education in South Africa.
Essential Processes and Skills when Conducting Credible Examinations
18th - 22nd February 2019
The problems of examinations not being conducted on the scheduled dates, examinations papers leaking, delivery vans being hijacked, student demonstrations and other logistical challenges in the management of examinations is a perennial problem in South Africa higher education examinations management system.
Assessment Practices: This skills programme with 25 credits, is derived from ODETDP NQF 5 SAQA ID 50334. It comprises of two unit standards, Conduct Outcomes-Based Assessments (115753) 15 credits and Conduct Moderation of Outcomes-Based Assessments (115759) 10 credits
This skills programme contributes towards achieving a full qualification ODETDP NQF 5, SAQA ID 50334, it comprises of the following unit standards: 117871 NQF 5; 10 Creddits; 123397 NQF 5; 10 Credits. Total credits for this programme is 20 credits.
This skills programme contributes towards achieving a full qualification ODETDP NQF 5, SAQA ID 50334, it comprises of the following unit standards: 123394 NQF 5; 10 Creddits; 123401 NQF 6; 15 Credits. Total credits for this programme is 25 credits.
Language teaching is changing because the world has changed. Learners have to be equipped with 21st century skills. Therefore, language classrooms should enhance multi-modal teaching and learning. The Using ICT in the Teaching of Languages short course is poised to help the language teacher to develop the skills to use technology to generate an innovative toolbox of learning that links digital literacy to classroom literacy.
The Mobile Teaching for the 21st Century Teacher short course will support you in the development of mobile teaching skills by illustrating how current developments in the mobile device environment (e.g. tablets) can create exciting opportunities in the teaching and learning experience. The course is presented through blended and hands-on teaching strategies, and focuses on applications in your own teaching environment.
Process improvement methodologies give an opportunity to support and help address some of the inefficiencies within public/private sector. By focusing on value, process and variation through viewing organisation as a system, it is possible to achieve impact in terms of improved service quality. However, public/private sector leaders and managers need to fully understand what this means, commit and support it.