National Certificate Occupational Health Safety and Environment 25 Health and

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National Certificate: Occupational Health, Safety and Environment 25 © Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority (HWSETA) – 2010.
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SAQA QUAL ID64149 (74269) RPL Assessment Strategy Association if applicable. The candidate must complete all RPL assessment activities and be declared competent against all exit level outcomes to be granted access to the PDE of the Association of Personnel Service Organisations in South Africa (APSO) is a member of the International Confederation of Temporary Employment Agencies (CIETT) Association if applicable). . Please refer to the Assessment Planning and Preparation before moving on to the actual assessment of the Portolios of Evidence, which will be individually recorded in the Candidate Assessment Guide. National Certificate: Occupational Health, Safety and Environment 26 © Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority (HWSETA) – 2010.
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SAQA QUAL ID64149 (74269) RPL Assessment Strategy Assessment Planning and Preparation 1. Assessment Plan Learning Unit National Certificate: Occupational Health, Safety and Environment Level NQF 2 Credits 120 Purpose of Assessment The purpose of this RPL assessment is to determine the foundational, practical and reflexive competence of the candidate on the requirements of the qualification stated above. Assessment Approach A summative assessment approach is followed in this learning programme. All assessment activities are based on the requirements of the Portfolio Guide. Candidates have been given 12 weeks from the Evidence Workshop to complete their Portfolios, and are entitled to 2 re-assessments, if required. Learners must receive written feedback and an assessment decision per Evidence Unit, which is each based on an exit level outcome. The assessment is reviewed in total to ensure that assessment practices were valid, fair, transparent, consistent and current across all evidence units. Special Assessment Requirements The candidate must be in possession of a valid South African Identity Document and meet the requirement set out by the Association of Personnel Service Organisations in South Africa (APSO) to qualify for assessment – please check the Portfolio for these documents before starting with the assessment. The assessment activities require that the candidate has spent considerable time in the workplace to complete the assessment activities of this portfolio of evidence. Special Needs of Candidate Please check the candidate Preparation Sheet in the Portfolio – the candidate has been briefed on special needs during the Evidence Workshop – any special needs will be indicated on his preparation sheet . (Special needs related to the candidate to be recorded here) National Certificate: Occupational Health, Safety and Environment 27 © Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority (HWSETA) – 2010.
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SAQA QUAL ID64149 (74269) RPL Assessment Strategy 2. Assessment Preparation Candidates are prepared during the delivery of each Learning Units’ contact time. All the activities required for the assessment is described in the Portfolio Guide.
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