ETDP SETA

Accredited Training: Whole and Part Qualifications

NC 50334 - Occupational Directed Education Training and Development Practitioner (NQF 5)

Functional excellence in skills planning for business results

US 115759 - Conduct Moderation of OB Assessments (NQF 6)

Keeping the cost of 

US 117871 - Facilitate using a variety of methodologies

"Game changer" experience

US 117865 - Coach and Mentor Learners in the Workplace (NQF 4)

Understand necessity in the workplace

US 115753 - Conduct OB Assessments (NQF 5)

Working smarter, not harder, through integrated assessments

US 117877 - Perform one-to-one training on the job (NQF 3)

Bridging the gap between theory and practice

OD ETDP CERTIFICATE (NQF 5)

SAQA Registered Qualification ID 50334

National Certificate:
Occupationally Directed Education Training and Development Practices

  • This qualification is for those who wish to grow and develop in the field of ODETD as a possible career. The qualification will be valuable for those who practice within the field of Education, Training and Development.

  • The development of skills within 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 are subject matter experts, but lack the required functional excellence in relation to ODETD. Many of the business goals and objectives of companies and organisations are met through the efforts of ETD practitioners operating at NQF Level 5, and this certificate addresses the key competencies of such practitioners.

  • The Qualification mirrors that of a Learnership where most of the Action Learning takes place as part of the Learners roles and responsibilities in the work place.

OVERVIEW

TYPICAL PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

 

FACILITATE VARIED LEARNING

Facilitate learning using a variety of given methodologies

SAQA Registered Qualification ID 117871

To be a really good facilitator you need training by an excellent facilitator. We have a passion to break the old paradigm of teaching and lecturing as a way to transfer and develop skills and knowledge. This is done by actively demonstrating facilitation at its best during this workshop.

 

The following assumptions are made when facilitating adult learning:

  • Learning takes place through active participation that is deliberately planned

  • As a facilitator you hold the space through your presence

  • You have to trust that whatever happens during facilitation is exactly what needs to happen

  • The collective wisdom is far greater than the facilitator

  • The facilitator creates a safe environment in order to unleash the collective wisdom

OVERVIEW

A minimum of 6 learners per group is required to run this programme on a cost effective basis.

GROUP SIZE

We use several methods of facilitation to introduce the
concept of “engagement through multi methodological
techniques” to the participants.

THIS INCLUDES

  • Buzz Groups

  • Case Studies

  • Teaching Circles

  • Meta planning/ Visual Brainstorming

  • Role Plays

  • Group Discussions

  • Team member teaching design

  • Ice breakers

  • Energisers

 

CONDUCT ASSESSMENTS IN THE WORKPLACE

Conduct Outcomes Based Assessments

SAQA Registered Qualification ID 115753

Assessors must be registered. In order to register with your constituent SETA, internal assessors need a certificate against the unit standard: Conduct Outcomes-based assessment (115753).


This unit standard is for people who perform assessments in the workplace in order to accurately diagnose and recognise learning needs and accomplishments.

OVERVIEW

A minimum of 6 learners per group is required to run this programme on a cost effective basis.

GROUP SIZE

THIS WORKSHOP IS DIVIDED INTO TWO PHASES:

  • Firstly the 3-day workshop where we address all the
    foundational theory and principles of assessment

     

  • Then a 2-day workshop during which delegates compile
    portfolios by conducting actual workplace assessments at
    the In House premises working environment. This is done
    under the guidance of the facilitator using unit standards and
    assessment tools appropriate to the industry and environment.

 

MODERATE OUTCOMES-BASED ASSESSMENTS

Conduct Moderation of outcomes-based assessment

SAQA Registered Qualification ID 115759

This unit standard is for people who conduct internal or external moderation of outcomes-based assessments and have recognition for the unit standard: NLRD 115753: “Conduct outcomes-based assessments”.


During the two-day workshop learners are required to participate fully in-group and individual learning activities. Furthermore, learners are encouraged at all times to identify and express their specific learning needs and contribute to the knowledge base of the group from their unique experience.


On day three the learners have to complete their portfolio, conducting moderation of an assessment from the workplace and submit their portfolios to the assessor on the day.

OVERVIEW

A minimum of 8 learners per group is required to run this programme on a cost effective basis.

GROUP SIZE

UPON COMPLETION THE LEARNER WILL BE ABLE TO:

  • Demonstrate understanding of moderation within the context of an outcomes-based assessment system,

  • Plan and prepare for moderation,

  • Conduct moderation,

  • Advice and support assessors,

  • Report, record and administer moderation, and

  • Review moderation systems and processes.

 

COACHING AND MENTORING IN THE WORKPLACE

Assist and support learners to manage their learning experiences
Perform one-to-one training on the job

SAQA Registered Qualification

ID 117865 & 117877

We will train the delegate coach to identify the needs of learners, analyse problems and decide on appropriate actions, prepare individual development plans, provide guidance to learners, maintain records and evaluate the mentoring service provided. The delegate will be able to refer learners for appropriate counseling or to career information agents. We will also teach the delegate to identify skills development opportunities and provide structured and targeted learning in the workplace that improves business results.


Upon completion of this workshop, the delegate will be able to guide learners in their career and developmental options as well as help learners to acquire specific skills in order to do their work, by showing them how to do the work, letting them do it and observing the result.

 

The delegate must hand in a “mentoring and coaching” portfolio of evidence after the workshop. The portfolio is based on actual mentoring and coaching case studies conducted by the delegate in their workplace.

OVERVIEW

A MENTOR HAS WALKED AND
MASTERED THE JOURNEY.
A COACH WALKS THE JOURNEY WITH YOU

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:

The workshop equips you to:

  • Prepare for one-on-one training on the job

  • Conduct coaching sessions

  • Monitor and report on learner progress

  • Review coaching

  • Source and maintain information to assist and support learners

  • Provide assistance and support

  • Review support services

 
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