National Certificate: OD ETD Practices
This qualification is 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 practising within the field, but without formal recognition.
On completion of this program learners will be able to:
- Communicate in a variety of ETD settings.
- Design and develop learning programmes and processes.
- Facilitate and evaluate learning.
- Engage in and promote assessment practices.
- Provide learning support to learners and organisations.
- Conduct skills development facilitation.
|Module 1 Skills Development Facilitator|
|Module 2 Advanced Facilitator|
|Module 3 Assessor|
|Module 4 Moderator|
|Module 5 Learning Advisor|
|Module 6 Learning Material Design & Developer|
It is assumed that practitioners have at least two years experience in facilitation of learning and have expertise in the subject/occupation field in which they intend to provide education, training and development, at a level required to engage meaningfully in ETD within that field.
This qualification can be achieved wholly or in part through Recognition of Prior Learning in terms of the defined exit level outcomes and/or individual unit standards.
Training Programme Duration: 24 Contact days spaced over 12 months.
Assessment: The purpose of the qualification is achieved via demonstration of competence in terms of the exit level
outcomes, which in turn are a function of the associated unit standards. Candidates will be assessed in an integrative manner
per exit level outcome according to the qualification rules.
Certification: This includes obtaining endorsement from the ETDQA.
Qualification: 50334 - National Certificate: Occupationally Directed Education Training and Development Practices
Learning Facilitators, Assessors, Learner and Learning Supporters and Skills Development Facilitators.
The development of skills within and for the workplace is a priority within South Africa, as supported by legislation, national policies and strategies. Much of the needed skills development is carried out by people who have knowledge and skills within their area of expertise, but lack the required skills in relation to ETD. Many of the skills development objectives, nationally and within companies and organisations are met through the efforts of ETD practitioners operating at the level of this qualification.