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Umalusi’s presentation to the Education Portfolio Committee on the 2006/7 Annual Report. 23 October 2007 Cape Town. Overview. Introduction Vision, mission and goals 7 KRA’s Financial performance Departmental grant Conclusion. Introduction.

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Umalusi s presentation to the education portfolio committee on the 2006 7 annual report

Umalusi’s presentation to the Education Portfolio Committee on the 2006/7 Annual Report

23 October 2007

Cape Town


Overview

Overview

  • Introduction

  • Vision, mission and goals

  • 7 KRA’s

  • Financial performance

  • Departmental grant

  • Conclusion


Introduction

Introduction

  • Umalusi’s mandate lies in the objects of the GENFETQA

  • Act No 58 of 2001:

  • To establish a quality assurance body to ensure that continuous enhancement of quality is achieved in the delivery and outcomes of the general and further education and training sectors of the national education and training system;

  • To develop a quality assurance framework for the general and further education bands of the NQF; and

  • To regulate the relationship between the National DOE, SAQA and other ETQA bodies, providers and the Council


Vision mission

Vision & Mission

  • Umalusi Council and staff are committed to a vision of continuous improvement of quality and standards in general and further education and training, and a mission that obligates them, as experts and leaders in the sector, to promote quality and secure standards by

    • confirming that assessment is fair, valid and reliable;

    • quality assuring the provision of education, training and assessment providers,

    • monitoring the adequacy and suitability of curriculum and qualifications,

    • in order to issue learners with certificates that are credible.


Goals

Goals

  • To:

  • Promote quality and appropriate standards

  • Assure quality and standards through quality assurance of assessment, monitoring of qualifications and curriculum and the quality assurance of providers ;

  • Continuously develop in-depth knowledge and expertise in areas of its mandate;

  • Issue appropriate and credible certificates of learner achievement in terms of specific qualifications and subjects;

  • Provide reliable and credible leadership and guidance in quality management and in the assurance of standards;

  • Ensure financial efficiency and sustainability of the organisation; and

  • Determine expectations and appropriately respond to these within the parameters of Umalusi’s mandate.


7 key result areas

7 Key Result Areas

  • Improving and maintaining the system for quality assuring assessment for certification

  • Establishing and implementing a system for evaluation and accreditation of providers

  • Establishing and maintaining a system to certify and quality assure qualifications and curriculum

  • Developing and implementing a system for research and development

  • Developing and maintaining management support structures and governance

  • Ensuring that Information technology systems are established, maintained and improved

  • Ensuring that finance, human resources and administrative support systems are maintained and improved


Quality assurance of assessments

Quality assurance of assessments


Quality assurance of assessments1

Quality assurance of assessments


Quality assurance of assessments2

Quality assurance of assessments


Accreditation and monitoring of private providers

Accreditation and monitoring of private providers


Accreditation and monitoring of private providers1

Accreditation and monitoring of private providers


Accreditation and monitoring of assessment bodies

Accreditation and monitoring of assessment bodies


Qualifications curriculum certification

Qualifications, curriculum & certification


Research and development

Research and Development


Management support structures

Management support structures


It and certification systems

IT and Certification systems


Finance hr admin support

Finance, HR & Admin support


Financial performance for 2006 7

Financial Performance for 2006/7


Total income 2000 1 actual to 2010 11 budget

Total Income 2000/1 ( actual) to 2010/11( budget)


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • Challenges facing the organisation include the mapping and integration of all unit processes to culminate in an effective Management Information and Records System,

  • QA foundations for school, college and adult education is in place i.r.o QA assessment, curriculum and certification, and provision - Umalusi is ready to engage the Department of Education and related stakeholders in the improvement of quality in these sectors,

  • The NQF review finalization is welcomed - consultative processes have begun with the Department of Education, DOL, and related stakeholders.

  • Thanks to the portfolio committee chairperson Prof Mayatula and his members for their support.


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