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79807 HWSETA Hygiene and Safety NQF4

Further Education and Training Certificate: Occupational Hygiene and Safety 145 Credits NQF Level 4 (6-9 Months)

PURPOSE AND RATIONALE OF THE QUALIFICATION

Learners accredited with this qualification will be able to identify, evaluate, advise and report on occupational hygiene and safety factors, in occupational environments, in order to maintain a high level of health and safety for workers in such environments. 

Learners credited with this qualification are capable of: 

  • Communicating effectively in a variety of ways.
  • Using mathematics to solve problems in real life and work-related situations.
  • Identifying problems and initiating actions regarding workplace hazards and risks.
  • Working effectively with others as a member of a team, group, organisation or community to attain operational competence in occupational safety and hygiene.

Portfolio Of Evidence

Venue checklist – (Facilitator / Assessor).

Attendance Register.

ID Copies (certified)

Grade 11 Mathematical literacy and Communication NQF 3 (6 months)

Theory 3 Months.

Summative written knowledge Assessment in class.

Formative Assessments/Assignments.

Practical’s 6 Months.

Practical operation observation in the workplace during session.

Logbook – signed off by manager or supervisor.

POE Building.

Verification by HWseta.

Certificate from HWseta.

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79806 HWSETA Hygiene and Safety NQF3

144 Credits NQF Level 3 (6-9 Months)

PURPOSE AND RATIONALE OF THE QUALIFICATION

This qualification enables learners to identify, evaluate, advise and report on occupational safety, hygiene and environmental factors, in occupational environments, which may have a detrimental effect on the health and safety of workers in such environments. The qualification is designed to be flexible and accessible. 

Learners credited with this qualification are capable of:

Performing essential inspections, measurements and evaluations to ensure health and safety in occupational environments.

Communicating effectively using visual, mathematical and language skills in the modes of oral and written presentation.

Solving mathematical problems related to finances, patterns, statistics, shape and motion using numbers and number systems.

Describing concepts and principles in science and the natural environment.

Operating personal computers and computer systems.

Collecting, analysing, organising and critically evaluating information about occupational hygiene, safety and environmental conditions and elements using science and technology effectively and critically to measure them.

Identifying and solving problems to make responsible decisions regarding workplace hazards and risks.

Ensuring a safe and healthy workplace environment and conduct.

Working effectively with others as a member of a team, group, organisation or community to attain operational competence in occupational safety and hygiene.

Portfolio Of Evidence

Venue checklist – (Facilitator / Assessor).

Attendance Register.

ID Copies (certified).

Grade 10 Mathematical literacy and Communication NQF 2 (6 months).

Theory 3 months.

Summative written knowledge Assessment in class.

Formative Assessments/Assignments.

Practical’s 6 months.

Practical operation / observation in the workplace during session.

Logbook – signed off by manager or supervisor.

POE Building.

Verification by HWseta.

Certificate from HWseta.

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74269 HWSETA Occupational Health, Safety and Environment NQF 2

120 Credits (6 – 9 Months)

PURPOSE AND RATIONALE OF THE QUALIFICATION

This Qualification is to equip learners working in any type of workplace with a broad understanding and knowledge of Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) concepts and practices with sufficient detail to enable them to function in a safe and healthy way and to deal with health and safety problems and issues. It will also contribute to the further development of learners within this environment by providing articulation, recognition and mobility within this dynamic and changing environment. 

A learner acquiring this Qualification will be able to:

Use verbal and written practices to communicate in the workplace and apply mathematical processes to solve every day numerical problems.

Explain the requirements of current legislation impacting on Health, Safety and environmental issues in the workplace.

Recognise, assess and report health and safety hazards and situations in the workplace.

Administer various health and safety functions, planning, policy and behaviours in the workplace. 

Qualifying learners will be able to show responsibility, and independently and effectively manage themselves in the workplace regarding generic health and safety issues. Learners will be able to identify and evaluate occupational safety, health and environmental factors, in occupational environments, which may have a detrimental effect on health and safety of people in such environments. Learners credited with this Qualification can perform essential measurements and functions that promote a culture of health and safety in the workplace.

Portfolio Of Evidence

Venue checklist – (Facilitator / Assessor).

Attendance Register.

ID Copies (certified).

Grade 10 Mathematical literacy and Communication NQF 2 (6 months).

Theory 3 Months.

Summative written knowledge Assessment in class.

Formative Assessments/Assignments.

Practical 6 Months.

Practical operation / observation in the workplace during session.

Logbook – signed off by manager or supervisor.

POE Building.

Verification by HWseta.

Certificate from HWseta.

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64697 HWSETA Community Health Work NQF 4

Further Education and Training Certificate: 156 Credits (6-9 Months)

PURPOSE AND RATIONALE OF THE QUALIFICATION

This Qualification is for any individual who is, or wishes to be, involved in Ancillary Health Care services. A learner who has achieved this qualification will integrate a range of awareness and competences to practice the roles of health promoter, health provider and health networker within a community development context. 

Learners working towards this Qualification will find that the acquisition of competence in the Unit Standards, which make up the Qualification, will add value to their work performance. This Qualification is intended to enhance the provision of entry-level service within the field of health care within all sectors. 

Learners who complete this qualification will have better self and social awareness and will possess a range of thinking and problem-solving skills. In addition, they will possess the competence required to perform community health functions in a complex developing world context. They will have the skills required for employment by a range of government and social sector employers, will be in possession of a further education and training certificate and will be eligible for certain credit recognition in various higher education health qualifications. 

Qualified learners in this field will provide a service that will assist communities to better manage their own health and wellness. They will have the skills to work as team members and as providers of support services within a multidisciplinary health care team. 

In addition, recipients will be able perform some of the following according to their choice of electives:

Facilitate and administrate community health activities/centre via supervision of a team of health care workers.

Provide community health care.

Provide care for persons with intellectual and physical disabilities.

Assist in planning advocacy campaigns to support primary health care initiatives.

Assist in facilitating and implementing primary health care projects within the community.

Engage in inclusive communication with the Deaf in South Africa.

Practitioners will generally carry out their roles within the context of:

  • The client’s home.
  • A community care centre.
  • The broader community.

Portfolio Of Evidence

Venue checklist – (Facilitator / Assessor).

Attendance Register.

ID Copies (certified).

Grade 11 Mathematical literacy and Communication NQF 2 (6 -9 months).

Summative written knowledge Assessment in class.

Formative Assessments/Assignments.

Practical operation / observation in the workplace during session.

Logbook – signed off by manager or supervisor.

POE Building.

3 Months Theory Class Time.

Practitioners will generally carry out their roles within the context of:

  •  The client’s home.
  • A community care centre.
  •  The broader community.

9 Months Practical.

Verification by HWseta.

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64749 HWSETA Community Health Work NQF 2

120 Credits (6 – 9 Months)

PURPOSE AND RATIONALE OF THE QUALIFICATION

This Qualification is for any individual who is, or wishes to be, involved in Ancillary Health Care services. A learner who has achieved this qualification will integrate a range of basic awareness and competences to perform the roles of health promoter, assistant or health provider and assist the health networker within a community development context. 

The Qualification will facilitate access to and mobility and progression within education and training for learners who were previously disadvantaged or who were unable to complete their schooling and were therefore denied access to Further Education and Training. It will also assist those who have worked in this field for many years, but have no formal recognition of knowledge and skills that they have acquired non-formally but would like to achieve this recognition through the process of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and/or formal study. 

Learners who complete this Qualification will have better self and social awareness and will possess a wider range of skills to better understand and function in the ancillary health care field in various community contexts. Learners successfully completing this Qualification will provide a service that will assist communities to better manage their own health and wellness. They will have the skills to support team members and assist in the provision of support services within a multi-disciplinary health care team. Practitioners will generally carry out their roles within the context of the client’s home, a community care centre and/or the broader community. 

Learners successfully completing this Qualification will be capable of:

Communicating in a variety of ways by assisting in the provision and implementation of primary health care within a community.

Creating awareness on critical health care issues within a community.

Performing health care activities.

Managing self-development and implementing fundamental administrative, physical and life skills to ensure ongoing well-being and work productivity.

Portfolio Of Evidence

Venue checklist – (Facilitator / Assessor).

Attendance Register.

ID Copies (certified).

Grade 9 Mathematical Literacy at NQF Level 1,  ABET Level 4.

Communication at NQF Level 1,  ABET Level 4. (9 months) .

Theory 3 Months.

Summative written knowledge Assessment in class.

Formative Assessments/Assignments.

Practical’s 6 Months.

Practical operation / observation in the workplace during session.

Logbook – signed off by manager or supervisor.

POE Building.

Verification by HWseta.

Certificate from HWseta.

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