“Education, training and innovation are central to South Africa’s long-term development. They are the core elements in eliminating poverty and reducing inequality, and the foundations of an equal society.” (National Development Plan: Vision for 2030).
For education to play this pivotal role, it requires committed academics who are able to construct and transfer knowledge through carefully designed and implemented curricula. The University Education Induction Programme (UEIP) is designed to support the personal and professional growth of academics through four specialised modules: Supervising Research in Higher Education, Assessing Learning in Higher Education, Designing and Evaluating Curricula in Higher Education, and Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. The academic home of the programme is the School of Education, Discipline of Higher Education Studies.
(May be taken individually)
The minimum entry requirement for participants in any of the modules is a qualification at a level 7 and above of the Higher Education Qualifications Framework (2007)
3 days per module (09h00 – 13h00 each day online)
Delegates attending the course are provided with a unique blended learning methodology which combines online access to subject content with real time engagement with facilitators, and the opportunity to add value through contact learning sessions, where feasible and appropriate.
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