SAQA and the implications it holds for Geography ( South African Qualifications Authority) A Hornet’s Nest? The National Qualifications Authority is a set of principles and guidelines
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A Hornet’s Nest?
is a set of principles and guidelines
by which records of learner achievement are registered to enable national recognition of acquired skills and knowledge, thereby ensuring an integrated system that encourages lifelong learning.
was passed in October 1995 was the result of a long series of negotiations since the 1970s. Originated in labour demands for training to improve skills that would ultimately lead to improved wages, skills that would improve portability and include sound basic education. A new education strategy had to be placed on principles of non-racism, non-sexism, democracy and redress with a unitary system of education.
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