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Do credits dictate learning time?
« on: August 22, 2015, 02:40:45 PM »
Do credits dictate learning time?

The number of credits assigned to a unit standard or a qualification can only be a guide to the average learning time. Learners learn in different ways, some learn faster and others more slowly. Experienced educators will adjust their learning programme accordingly to accommodate particular groups of learners. For example, it may mean that you have to prepare, in advance, additional material that the faster learner can be challenged by, or set up a peer group which can assist slower learners to grasp new concepts. There is no ‘exact’ measure of learning time which will apply to every learner!

Before a qualification is registered on the NQF, it has to satisfy the following criteria, which are applied by the Standards Generating Body (SGB) during the standards setting process:


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