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We encourage you to attend our AGM via Webinar or at a regional viewing event, as you can earn 3 CPD points for participation.
The ASDSA Webinar Broadcast will be on 10TH AUGUST AT 10H00, Followed by our AGM.

The webinar broadcast will be available to all regions via remote viewing for all members. Our Keynote speaker will be Dr Shirley Lloyd from The NQF Directorate, and her topic will be: An overview of the most recent NQF developments as applied to the world of work.
The AGM will conclude at 11:00 with Chairperson’s address. The announcement of the new Board will take place via email after 15th August.

 

Details on viewing venues and webinar login details are as follows.

Pre-registration and Webinar Setup please follow this link… http://chartall.co.za/asdsa/

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Venues for regional viewings.

KZN

Hesscon offices
BDO House, 2nd Floor, 7 Derby Place
Derby Downs Office Park, Westville, 3630

 

Freestate

The APD Hall
45 Park Road Willows

 

Western Cape

EOH building. FTI offices
Block C Estuaries
3 Oxbow Lane
Century Avenue
Century City

 

AGM Keynote Speaker Dr. Shirley Lloyd

Picture12Shirley Lloyd describes herself as an educator, a public servant, an activist and a social entrepreneur. She believes in social justice and views her work in RPL as part of fulfilling her life’s work. She is currently the Director of the NQF Directorate in DHET, which is a position she values and enjoys. She holds a PhD and the title of her thesis is “Recognition of Prior Learning: A Social Entrepreneurial Praxis”. She has been a teacher, a lecturer, an inspector of education, a principal of 2 TVET Colleges, a senior manager in a SETA, and worked in national government departments. She was a Board member of SAQA for over 9 years, and has also worked at SAQA in the international relations directorate. She has worked in many countries, assisting them to develop their own NQFS and RPL policies and processes.  She believes that as a public servant it is most important to remain current about one’s field of study, have empathy when serving the South African public and to live the Batho Pele principles every day.

 

 

 

 

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