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SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

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SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

Overview

The Fachs College School of Education Science offers high quality qualifications that are informed by cutting-edge research and are relevant to professional contexts in the South Africa and beyond. We collaborate with education and teaching stakeholders in order to ensure we continue to provide relevant, recognized and effective learning programmes.

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We offer a wide range of Teacher Training, Early Childhood and education courses and diplomas for those who are keen to enter the education and skills development landscape. We are proud of the support we provide to help you study successfully within our academic community and get the most from student life.

Course Outline

Modules:

  •   Theories and Models to Stimulate Young Children
  •   Know your ECCE Policies
  •   Observation and Assessment Birth-4

    Years

  •   Play at the ECCE Site for Birth-4 Year

    Curriculum

  •   Meaningful Involvement of Relevant

    Stakeholders in ECCE

  •   Feeding Young Children

SAQA ID: 58761
NQF Level: 4
Minimum Credits: 140 Duration: 12 months (1 year)

Study Schedule:

  Fulltime (Mon – Fri)

  Part-time (Evening Classes)

  Weekends (Saturday 9-4)

  E-Learning(facilitator Lead Sessions/ Self-Paced E- Learning

OVERVIEW

This qualification will meet the need of those who wish to progress beyond the FETC ODETD, or who wish to enter the field of ETD for the first time. The certificate will also help
to increase the employment prospects of ETD practitioners, while helping to ensure quality
and competence within the ETD field. This qualification will provide a means to recognise
ODETD practise at level 5 across five key ETD roles in a generalist capacity, with particular application possible in at least one role. Practitioners who wish to extend the skills in ETD to
cover further ETD roles should select the Diploma ODETD, Level 5.

 

Course Outline

Modules:

  •   Communicate in a variety of ETD settings

  •   Design and develop learning programmes and processes

  •   Facilitate and evaluate learning

  •   Engage in and promote

    assessment practices

  •   Provide learning support to learners and organisations

  •   Conduct skills development facilitation

SAQA ID: 50334
NQF Level: 5
Minimum Credits: 120 Duration: 12 months (1 year)

Study Schedule:

  Fulltime (Mon – Fri)

  Part-time (Evening Classes)

  Weekends (Saturday 9-4)

  E-Learning(facilitator Lead Sessions/ Self-Paced E- Learning

Course Outline

Modules:

  •   Design and develop learning programmes and processes

  •   Engage in and promote assessment practices

  •   Provide learning support to learners and organisations

  •   Conduct skills development facilitation

  •   Define standards and qualifications

  •   Manage and administer education

    training and development

  •   Engage in general management

    activities

 

SAQA ID: 50333

 

NQF Level: 5
Minimum Credits: 240 Duration: 24 months (2 years)

Study Schedule:

  Fulltime (Mon – Fri)

  Part-time (Evening Classes)

  Weekends (Saturday 9-4)

  E-Learning(facilitator Lead Sessions/ Self-Paced E- Learning

O V E R V I E W

Purpose:Meeting client needs is the primary purpose of Library and Information Services, whether those clients borrow books or use up-to-date electronic information in a range of settings. The key to balancing the range of information and knowledge needs for diverse clients begins with those clients. Libraries will continue to seek out new ways to meet their clients' changing needs, while at the same time dealing with significant changes in delivery mechanisms.In this information environment, lifelong learning is crucial and practitioners must develop information literacy competencies for themselves, their colleagues and their clients. The competencies that enable practitioners to best serve their clients remain constant. Using competencies in analysing, acquiring, synthesising, organising, conserving, evaluating and disseminating information, LIS practitioners add value to the information they provide for clients.These competencies support, and are enhanced by, technological and social transformation.

Course Outline

Modules:

  • 13937 Monitor and control office supplies
  • 13928 Monitor and control reception area
  • 13931 Monitor and control the maintenance of office equipment
  • 13930 Monitor and control the receiving and satisfaction of visitors
  • 123551 Apply basic information literacy
  • 119676 Apply the skills of customer care in a specific work environment
  • 110003 Develop administrative procedures in a selected organisation
  • 7791 Display cultural awareness in dealing with customers and colleagues
  • 123554 Implement administrative routines for Library and Information support services
  • 123552 Perform the circulation function in a library
  • 123555 Process library material
  • 123553 Understand information retrieval and storage processes
  • 123550 Understand the development and function of Library and Information Services (LIS) in South
    Africa
SAQA ID: 58376 NQF Level: 4 Minimum Credits: 130 Duration: 6 months (1/2 year)

Study Schedule:

  Fulltime (Mon – Fri)   Part-time (Evening Classes)   Weekends (Saturday 9-4)   E-Learning(facilitator Lead Sessions/ Self-Paced E- Learning

O V E R V I E W

Early Childhood Development (ECD) is a priority area within the South African context and is supported by legislation, national policies and strategies. The development of babies, toddlers and young children forms the most critical foundation of further development into childhood and adulthood. There is thus a vast need for ECD services, and it is critical that the field should be served by competent practitioners. In order to meet the needs at ECD level, it is important to be able to identify and recognise competent ECD practitioners who are able to work in a variety of ECD contexts. This qualification will provide a means to give recognition to practitioners at an entry level, thus making it possible for practitioners to increase their employment prospects, and at the same time provide the field with suitably qualified practitioners.

Course Outline

Modules:

  •  Computer Practice for Teachers OR
  •   Fundamental Mathematics
  •   Early Childhood Development Studies
  •   Grade R Teaching
  •   Health Education in Early Childhood Development
  •   Institutional Teaching Practice
  •   Practical Management of an Early Childhood Development Centre
  •   School-based Teaching Practice
SAQA ID: 64649 NQF Level: 5 Minimum Credits: 120 Duration: 12 months (1 year)

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