docs/papers/2017/Impact study report-final.pdf
docs/papers/2018/National Articulation Baseline Study Report.pdf
The purpose of the Level Descriptors is to support the design and implementation of qualifications and part qualifications within the National Qualifications Framework (NQF).
This Policy sets minimum criteria and provides guidance for effective, valid, reliable and consistent, fair and transparent, and appropriate assessment in the context of the National Qualifications Framework (NQF).
The Policy for Credit Accumulation and Transfer (CAT) promotes articulation between qualifications within and across the three Sub-Frameworks of the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) and has the potential to improve access to the world of work.
docs/webcontent/2017/ASAPA - gazette report - 2017 09 01.pdf
This Bulletin is a compilation of papers presented at a SAQA-hosted Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Conference. The Bulletin is divided into five sections.
Volume 15(1) of the SAQA Bulletin is on South African Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges and how South African qualifications are recognised internationally.
This Bulletin looks into the journey of qualifications frameworks. At the time of publishing, the South African National Qualifications Framework had been in existence for two decades.
This edition of the Bulletin is based on a South Afri
This is a two-paper edition provi
The focus of this edition is on i
Learning pathways for sustainable
The goal of the Policy and Criteria for the Registration of Qualifications and Part-qualifications on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) is to strengthen accountability within our education, training and development system and to make visible the quality and parity of all quali
This concept paper explores the concepts of assessment and evaluation. Both concepts are often used interchangeably and are frequently conflated. This paper provides a high-level overview and attempts to draw a distinction between the two concepts.
The National Policy for the Implementation of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) provides for the implementation of RPL within the context of the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) Act 67 of 2008.
The SAQA Board, at its meeting on 29 October 2020, approved amendments (Board decision number: SAQA16130/20) to the: Policy and Criteria for Recognising a Professional Body and Registering a Professional Designation for the Purposes of the National Qualifications Framework Act, Act 67
Despite the challenges caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, this report shows that SAQA achieved forty of its forty-one Annual Performance Plan deliverables and its second consecutive clean audit report from the Auditor General: South Africa for its 2019/20 performance.
In November 2014, SAQA published the Policy for Credit Accumulation and Transfer within the National Qualifications Framework (2014 CAT Policy). However, SAQA needed to amend the 2014 CAT Policy to, amongst others:
Access to, and progression within and between, learning-and-work pathways are central in the context of the South African NQF. SAQA has led extensive research and development towards enabling lifelong learning.
SAQA continues to deepen and expand its understanding of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) and its implications for the South African National Qualifications Framework (NQF) and the broader education and training landscape in South Africa.
SAQA invites stakeholders in the education, training and work sectors to attend and participate in its exciting webinar on the NQF and the 4IR, to be held on 22 November 2021.
Click the link below for the digital SAQA Annual Integrated Report