NAMCOL Application for 2019 Admission

By | June 19, 2019

Namibian College Of Open Learning (NAMCOL) Application for 2019 Admission

Diploma in Open School Operation and Management (Online Study Programme)

Aim

This graduate programme will prepare administrators, support or faculty staff to effectively plan and manage the day to day operations of am Open School using a variety of delivery technologies and pedagogical methods.

Objectives

Upon completion of the Open School Operation and Management Graduate Programme. participant will be able to:

  • Examine the historical development of the ODL approach and its philosophical and theoretical underpinnings
    -Examine the foundations and best practices of ODL and the Open School methods
    -Design and develop ODL learning materials using a variety of sources including OER.
  • Deliver ODL courses to Open School learners.
    -Employ a wide variety of media/ICT technologies and social media tools needed to support Open School learners
  • Support and manage an Open School environment, faculty and support staff.
  • Create policies and guidelines to govern Open School systems.
    -Demonstrate the habits of reflective practice as part of a process of continuing professional development.

Who May Apply

The target audience for this programme are professional engaged in the day to day operation and management of Open Schools throughout the developing world. This can include, but is not limited:

  • ODL Programme Coordinators.
  • Academic Facilitators/Instructors.
  • Open School Administrators/Managers.
  • Student Support Personnel
  • Curriculum/Instructional Designers.

Diploma in Youth Development

  • NQF LEVEL: 4

Aim

This certificate is offered in conjunction with REPPSI and the University of KwaZulu Natal. The certificate course is an innovative approach to professionalising community-based care for children and youth so that vulnerable populations receive the care and support they are entitled to. The course is delivered by supported open distance in ten countries in Eastern and Southern Africa.

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Objectives

The Certificate in Community Based Work with Children and Youth aims to enhance effectiveness in working with children at risk and to give students knowledge, skills, and information to study key trends, theories, and approaches in working with vulnerable groups.

Who can Apply?

People working with the youth, formally and informally (Churches, Communities, NGO’s Ministry of Youth, etc.)

Admisson Requirements

  • Grade 12 certificate (22 points in 5 subjects) plus
  • E symbol in English plus
  • One year relevant working experience

Certificate in Community-Based Work with Children and Youth

  • NGF LEVEL: 4

Aim

This certificate is offered in conjunction with REPPSI and the University of KwaZulu Natal. The certificate course is an innovative approach to professionalising community-based care for children and youth, so that valnerable populations receive the care and support they are entitled to. The course is delivered by supported open distance in ten countries in Eastern and Southern Africa.

Objectives

The Certificate in Community Based Work with Children and Youth aims to enhance effectiveness in working with children at risk and to give students knowledge, skills and information to study key trends, theories and approaches in working with vulnerable groups.

Who May Apply?

Prospective students who wish to work with Children, Families and Communities (affected by HIV & Aids, Conflict, Poverty and Displacement in Africa). People working with youth, formally and informally (Church, Communities, NGO’s, Ministry of Youth, etc).

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Admission Requirements

  • Grade 12 certificate (22 points in 5 subjects)
  • E symbol in English OR
  • Grade 10 (25 points in 6 subjects)
  • 3 years relevant experience

Certificate in Education for Development

  • NQF LEVEL: 4

Aim

This programme aims to provide students with theoretical knowledge and practical skills to increase their effectiveness as community workers. It will also prepare students as practitioners in aspects of adult education at community level. The programme prepares the certificate holders for admission into the Diploma Programme – Diploma in Education for Development (DED).

Objectives

This programme is designed to enable participants to:

  • Identify, design and manage community development projects,
  • Monitor and evaluate development programmes, select and use participatory methods in training situations, communicate effectively in both written and spoken English
  • Communicate effectively in both written and spoken English

Who May Apply?

Community development workers such as District Literacy Organisers, Literacy Promoters, Agriculture Extension Workers, Health Educators, Project Managers and any other non-formal Educators working in government ministries; non-governmental organisations and the private setor.

Admission Requirements

Grade 12 certificate (20 points insix subjects)

  • E symbol in English plus OR
  • Grade 10 (25 points in 6 subjects)
  • E symbol in English plus
  • 3 years relevant working experience

Diploma in Education for Development

  • NQF LEVEL: 6

Aim

The Diploma in Education for Development aims to provide an opportunity for graduate in the Certificate in Education for Development (CED) and interested members of the public to further their studies in the field of community development and related fields.

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Objectives

This programme is designed to:

  • Enhance a theoretical understanding of educational practice;
  • Develop an understanding of the relationship between education, training and development;
  • Enhance practical skills and knowledge of community workers and;
  • Provide an opportunity for students to become competent in researching, establishing and sustaining community development as well as interested members of the public.

Who May Apply?

Anyone who has obtained the Certificate in Education for Development (CEDI) offered by NAMCOL or UNISA as well as interested members of the public.

Application Requirements

  • Grade 12 certificate (22 points in 5 subjects)
  • E symbol in English, OR
  • NAMCOL or UNISA CED qualification

Application Period

1st June, 2019 – 14th August, 2019

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