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AgriSETA PROVINCIAL ROADSHOW DATE: FEBRUARY - MARCH 2012 BY: FANNY PHETLA, AgriSETA. PRESENTATION. CURRENT QUALITY ASSURANCE AND GOING FORWARD. TRANSITIONS AND NEW LANDSCAPES. INTERVENTIONS . QUESTIONS/CLARITY. ETQA ORGANOGRAM. ETQA Manager Fanny Phetla. QCTO Manager

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Agriseta provincial roadshow date february march 2012 by fanny phetla agriseta

AgriSETA

PROVINCIAL ROADSHOW

DATE: FEBRUARY - MARCH 2012

BY: FANNY PHETLA,

AgriSETA


PRESENTATION

CURRENT QUALITY ASSURANCE AND GOING FORWARD

TRANSITIONS AND NEW LANDSCAPES

INTERVENTIONS

QUESTIONS/CLARITY


ETQA ORGANOGRAM

ETQA Manager

Fanny Phetla

QCTO Manager

Onicca Moloto

QC

Monitoring

coordinator

Minah Matloa

Admin:

Accreditation

Trudy Mothotse

Admin:

monitoring

Koos. Sihlangu

Admin:

Assessor/moderator

Lulu Engelbrecht


ACCREDITATION

  • ETQA’s LICENSES EXTENDED TO SEPTEMBER 2012

TRAINING PROVIDERS

SETA AND FET COLLABORATION

PRACTITIONERS RE-REGISTERED

  • ASSESSMENT AND MODERATION FOR NEW CRITERIA

INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING MATERIAL

  • FOCUS ON WORKPLACE ALIGNMENT

QMS

  • EMPHASIS ON BOTH EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL ASSESSMENTS

AQP

  • KEY STRUCTURE FOR ASSESSMENTS


CHALLENGES IDENTIFIED

  • CRITICAL ELEMENTS INFORMING ETQA PLANS:

  • RISKS: identified for the ETQA and action plans

  • ANALYSIS: SWOT

  • AG and IA reports: emphasis; improvement and risks

  • APPLICATION : Bathopele principle


CERTIFICATION OF LEARNERS

  • Learner data to be corrected:

  • The status of 2700 learners not known;

  • Providers not submitting learners Port folios of Evidence and moderators reports;

  • Provider not informing the system of replacements;

  • Certification process of the SETA and contracted learners not coordinated;

  • There is discrepancy between contracted learners and certificated learners

  • Non funded learners not communicated AgriSETA


CERTIFICATION OF LEARNERS cont.

  • The providers to update their learner achievements with Koos Sihlangu at AgriSETA;

  • The list of learners who have terminated contracts to be recorded for follow ups;

  • The information to include changes or switching of learnership titles if applicable;

  • The learners whose learnership program training has stretched beyond the contractual period to recorded ;


  • The ETQA will reach stakeholder by surveys, publications and roadshows

CONSULTATION

SERVICE STANDARDS

  • The ETQA will improve on response turnaround and follow ups e.g phones and e-mails

  • the ETQA will simplify communiqués to stakeholder for easy understanding and reference

ACCESS

COURTERSY

  • ETQA believes that the customer is always right. Telephone etiquette is vital

INFORMATION

  • the ETQA believe in reaching out communities for engagement


OPENESS & TRANSPARENCY

  • ETQA adopts openness and transparency as the value, and commits itself.

REDRESS

ETQA believes in criticism and commits itself to reveal shortcomings

  • ETQA commits itself to good governance and best practice to avoid litigations

VALUE FOR MONEY

INNOVATION AND EXCELLENCE

  • ETQA will learn from the best and do bench markings to improve delivery

CUSTOMER IMPACT

  • ETQA endeavours to give customers what they need

LEADERSHIP AND DIRECTION

  • ETQA believes in one minute management


QCTO: EXPECTATIONS

  • direction and guidelines

POLICY DEVELOPMENT

SYSTEM AND STRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT

  • building implementational structures

  • the stakeholders in good pace with changes and what to be done.

STAKEHOLDER AWARENESS AND CAMPAGNS

  • setting parameters and regulation of going forward

STANDARDS AND NORMS

  • information readily available to end users

INFORMATION GENERATION


QCTO POLICIES AND GUIDELINES.

  • ESSENTIALS:

  • Guidelines for development of qualifications, rollout plans and strategies for implementation

  • Guidelines for evaluation and assessment of the relevance and completeness of qualifications

  • Guidelines for selection of providers, learners and practitioners;

  • Guidelines for workplace approval;

  • Functions for Development and assessment quality partners (DQP’s and AQP’s) and their nominations and

  • Clear guidelines for learner entry requirements


APPROACHES AND SYSTEMS

  • Accreditation: how do we prepare and create awareness to constituent providers

  • Promotion: how do we promote the new system to stakeholders and strategise a way forward;

  • Monitoring: how do we monitor the pilots and learner progresses and workplace rollouts;

  • Evaluation: who evaluates achievements and how

  • Registration: who registers assessors and moderators and what is the process;

  • Certification: who certify constituent learners and process;


CURRICULA IN PLACE

INDUSTRY PARTICIPATION

PILOTS

GOING FORWARD

ASSIST IN ENERGISING THE NEW SYSTEM

REFINERY AND ADJUSTMNETS

MODELLING AND RECOGNITION


COMMENTS FOR NQF SUB-FRAMEWORKS

  • NQF Act 67 of 2008:

  • The notice 913 of 2011 as published in Government Gazette no. 34833, of 23 December 2011 invites comments from the public on:

    • FET sub-framework ;

    • HET sub-framework and

    • QCTO sub-framework.

    • Closing date 7 March 2012


Council On Higher Education (CHE)

SAQA: APEX

UMALUSI

Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO)


CONCLUSION

  • QCTO STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS:

  • CEO’s are still discussing and making inputs to the options for:

    • Capacitating QCTO;

    • MoA for collaboration between the CEO’s and QCTO;

    • Assisting QCTO with resources;

    • ETQA’s roles beyond September 2012


ETQA CONTACTS:

  • ETQA manager; Fanny Phetla

  • e-mail; [email protected]

  • Tel: (012) 301 5625

  • QCTO project manager; Onicca Moloto

  • e-mail; [email protected]

  • Tel: (012) 301 5645

  • Co-ordinator: monitoring; Minah Matloa

  • e-mail; [email protected]

  • Tel: (012) 301 5615


ETQA CONTACTS cont. :

  • Admin monitoring; Koos Sihlangu

  • e-mail; [email protected]

  • Tel: (012) 301 5626

  • Admin accreditation; Trudy Mothotse

  • e-mail; [email protected]

  • Tel: (012) 301 5620

  • admin assessor and moderator registrations;

  • Lulu Engelbrecht

  • e-mail; [email protected]

  • Tel: (012) 301 5632



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