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Short Course
on
Environmental Law for Integrated Water Resource Management
This course focuses on Environmental law - integrated water resource management

Purpose of the course:

The purpose of this course is the transferring of skills and knowledge in the field of Environmental law - integrated water resource management

Admission requirements:

Learning assumed to be in place: 
Grade 12 or literacy skills at NQF level 5 with related work experience

Course outcomes and assessment criteria :

Course outcomes and the associated assessment criteria: 

Study Unit

Outcomes

Assessment Criteria

  After completion of this course, participants will: Participant will be assessed on the following criteria:
3.1 Scope of knowledge  

Currently, the course is presented at such a level that it is expected of learners to demonstrate:

Detailed knowledge of main areas of one or more fields, disciplines or practices

Understanding of and an ability to apply key terms, concepts, facts, principles, rules and theories

Knowledge of an area or areas of specialization and how it relates to other fields/disciplines/ practices.

3.2 Knowledge Literacy  

Currently, the course is presented at such a level that it is expected of learners to demonstrate:

An understanding of different forms of knowledge, schools of thought  and forms of explanation typical within the area of study or operation, and an awareness of knowledge production processes

3.3 Method and Procedure  

Currently, the course is presented at such a level that it is expected of learners to demonstrate:

Evaluate, select and apply appropriate methods, procedures or techniques in processes of investigation or application within a defined context.

3.4 Problem solving  

Currently, the course is presented at such a level that it is expected of learners to demonstrate the ability to:

Identify, evaluate, solve problems in unfamiliar contexts.

Gather evidence and apply solutions based on evidence and procedures appropriate to the field/discipline/practice.

3.5 Ethics and Professional Practice  

Currently, the course is presented at such a level that it is expected of learners to demonstrate the ability to:

Understanding of ethical implications of decisions and actions, within an organisational or professional context, based on an awareness of the complexity of ethical dilemmas.

3.6 Accessing, processing and managing information  

Currently, the course is presented at such a level that it is expected of learners to demonstrate the ability to:

Evaluate different sources of information,
select information appropriate to the task.

Apply well-developed processes of analysis, synthesis and evaluation on that information.

 

3.7 Producing and communicating information  

Currently, the course is presented at such a level that it is expected of learners to demonstrate the ability to:

Present and communicate
complex information reliably and coherently using appropriate academic and professional or occupational conventions, formats and technologies for a given context.

3.8 Context and systems  

Currently, the course is presented at such a level that it is expected of learners to demonstrate the ability to:

Make decisions and act appropriately in familiar and new context;

Understanding of the relationships between systems; and to

Understand how actions, ideas or developments in one system impact on other systems.

3.9 Management of learning  

Currently, the course is presented at such a level that it is expected of learners to demonstrate the ability to:

Evaluate performance against given criteria, and accurately identify and address own task-specific learning needs in a given context,
and  support the learning needs of others.

3.10 Accountability  

Currently, the course is presented at such a level that it is expected of learners to demonstrate the ability to:

Work effectively in a team or group, and take responsibility for own decisions and actions and the decisions and actions of others within well-defined contexts, including the responsibility for the use of resources where appropriate.

 

Additional information

Mode of delivery: 
Contact
Contact us
Name: 
Centre for Environmental Management
E-mail: 
Telephone number: 
018 299 2724