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Do you have any idea how to go about getting qualifications that are deemed historical verified and put on the NLRD? 
I did N1, N2 and N3 at Durban Technical College from 1986 to 1988 and although I still have my original certificates,  I can't use them as they cannot be verified. 
It took two years of phone calls and emails to ascertain that these records are in the DHET archive.  Unfortunately there is no system in place to upload them onto the National Learners database. 
I have tried to get help from the college, my SETA, QASA,  SAQA, DHET, Umalusi,  The Hairdressing Council, QCTO and numerous other acronyms but they all say they can't help.
I desperately want to be able to teach my trade but can't without my qualifications.
Any suggestions would be gratefully received
Off the Topic / Historical Qualifications registration
« Last post by Annekalytta on January 18, 2019, 09:09:59 PM »
Does anyone have experience of trying to use qualifications that are deemed historical? 
I did N1, N2 and N3 in 1986 to 1989 and although I still have the original certificates,  I can't use them because they're not on the NLRD.   Apparently not qualifications before 1992 exist as far as SAQA, Qasa,  Umalusi etc are concerned. 
It took me two years of phone calls and emails to finally ascertain that all these records are in the archive of the DHET and they are happy to give me a copy BUT they have no system in place to upload it onto the NLRD. 
I've done an assessors course and I need to be able to use my qualifications with it - does anyone have any ideas that could help me ?
DHET - department of Higher Education and Training / Re: Open learning
« Last post by rubyatiy on January 15, 2019, 02:28:49 PM »
Open learning: An educational approach which combines the principles of learner-centredness, lifelong learning, flexibility of learning provision, the removal of barriers to access learning, the recognition for credit of pri or learning  experience,  the  provision  of  learner  support,  the  construction  of  learning  programmes  in  the expectation that learners can succeed, and the maintenance of rigorous quality assurance over the design of learning materials and support systems.

I believe open learning like this is the best way to learn.

There is always a better thing when you think and one of the best is open learning which i always do
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Short Courses / Re: Non-credit-bearing short learning programmes
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What are the short learning programmes best for? Why have them?
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