fbpx
updated 5:50 PM CDT, Aug 11, 2019
HOT NEWS
What is the difference between purpose and meaning?
Why is the focus on the human element important now?
Amendment to EEA Regulations: New format for EEA4
Separation of disciplinary enquiries into two parts
Protection of Personal Information Policy
Influenza Vaccine Consent Form
The difference between a work practice and a term and condition of employment
Disconnected from global trends? The right of employees to digitally disconnect
Right to disconnect
Lots of young South Africans aren’t going to technical colleges. What can be done
A+ A A-

SAQA Bulletin Volume 14 Number 2

SAQA Bulletin Volume 14 Number 2

 

Contents     

 

 

Foreword          

Editorial note           

Conference opening address  

John Pampallis

Conference dinner address

Professor Ari Sitas

Conference papers

Section 1: Recognition of Prior Learning for access 

 

Volume 14 Number 2 

Do learners accessing Higher Education through alternative routes need more support than those who enter via conventional routes? 

Appollis, J.  (Page 17)

 

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) practices within the public Further Education and Training (FET) college sector. 

Prinsloo, N. (Page 25)

 

Specialised pedagogy: a comparative study of the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) practices within the changing landscape of the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) in South Africa. 

Ralphs, A. (Page 39)

 

Self-efficacy and the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).

Rudman, N. and Webb, P. (Page 45) 

 

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL): putting policy into practice – a case study for learner support.

Snyman, M. (Page 61)

 

Experiences and lessons on the use of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) in accessing Higher Education at the University of Limpopo, South Africa.

Themane, M.J. (Page 85) 

 

Section 2: Recognition of Prior Learning for recognition/ upgrading

 

Practical Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) interventions within the Manufacturing and Engineering, Forestry and Chemical sectors.

Botha, E. (Page 95) 

 

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) at the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT).

Hall, C.  (Page 107)

 

Understanding Recognition of Prior Learning in the context of Organised Labour: opportunities and challenges.

Maboye, M.  (Page 119)

 

A holistic approach to Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). 

Nel, J.  (Page 127)

 

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) alignment with qualification and certification programmes. 

Pieters, W.  (Page 139)

 

Section 3: Recognition of Prior Learning practices in depth

 

Evaluation of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) applicant’s knowledge claims for access to fourth year study.

De Graaff, F. (Page 159)

 

Resourcing Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL): human resources for RPL and institutionalising RPL.

Lloyd, S. (Steenekamp) (Page 175)

 

 The use of competency conversation in summative assessments of prior learning.

Van Kleef, J. (Page 207) 

 

Section 4: Windows into Recognition of Prior Learning realities

 

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) in the Financial Regulatory Environment.

Nortier, C. and Mackenzie, S (Page 229)

 

Section 5: Towards developing Recognition of Prior Learning systems 

 

Towards a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) system in South Africa: lessons from other RPL systems.

Glass, A. (Page 251) 

 

Understandings and drivers of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL): lessons from research internationally and in South Africa.

Harris, J. and Breier, M. (Page 263)

 

Bending toward justice.

Michelson, E. (Page 275)

 

A case study on Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL): reflexive practice in continuing education for teacher development.

Quin, J. (Page 283)

 

The new kid on the block has come to stay: lessons from twelve years of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) implementation at the University of South Africa (UNISA).

Smith, E. (Page 295) 

 

List of authors          321

 

Acronyms           323

 

Download: http://www.saqa.org.za/list.php?e=Bulletins 

Gary Watkins

Gary Watkins

Managing Director

BA LLB

C: +27 (0)82 416 7712

T: +27 (0)10 035 4185 (Office)

F: +27 (0)86 689 7862

Website: www.workinfo.com
Login to post comments

HR Associations