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Short Course
on
the Fundamentals of Environmental Management
This course focuses on The fundamentals of environmental management

Purpose of the course:

The purpose of this course is the transferring of skills and knowledge in the field of The fundamentals of environmental management

Admission requirements:

Learning assumed to be in place: 
Grade 12 or literacy skolls at NQF level 4 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:

Knowledge of main areas of one or more fields, disciplines or practices.

Understanding  key terms, concepts, facts, principles, rules and theories.

3.2 Knowledge Literacy  

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

An awareness of how knowledge or a knowledge system develops and evolves within the area of study or operation

3.3 Method and Procedure  

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

Select and apply standard methods, procedures, techniques in field, discipline, practice.

Plan and manage  an implementation processes in a
supported environment.

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 and solve defined, routine and new problems within a
familiar context.

Apply solutions
based on relevant evidence and procedures or other forms of explanations 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:  Take account of, and act in accordance with, prescribed organisational and professional ethical codes of conduct, values and practices and seek guidance on ethical and professional issues where necessary.
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:

Gather information from a range of sources, including oral, written or symbolic texts to select information appropriate to the task. 

Apply basic 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: 

Communicate information reliably, accurately and coherently, using conventions appropriate to the context, either in writing, verbally or in practical demonstration, including an understanding of and respect for conventions around intellectual property, copyright and plagiarism.

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:

Operate in a range of familiar and new context;

Understanding of different kinds of systems, their constituent parts and the relationships between these parts; and to

Understand how actions in one area impact on other areas within the same system.

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:  Assess own performance or the performance of others and take appropriate action where necessary; and take responsibility for own learning within a structured learning process and promote the learning 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 with and respect others,
in a defined context,
take supervisory responsibility for others and for the responsible 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