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SAQA has an initiative called Policy and Criteria for the Recognition of Professional Bodies and Registration of Professional Designations on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF).
Mariaan Klopper (MK): In South Africa, the system is divided into three broad bands within the National Qualifications Framework (NQF).
The seminar, which took place at Doha Four Seasons Hotel, included a presentation on the National Qualifications Framework and education and vocational and technical training project.
The old National Qualifications Framework is about to be closed down and NVQs will formally cease to exist, although some of the new QCF qualifications will have NVQ in their titles.
However, the proportion holding degree-level qualifications - defined as being equivalent "to National Qualifications Framework (NQF) levels 4 or above" - had gone up from 28% to 30%.
This gathering illustrates an opportunity to integrate with the project members as well as a distinguished international speaker to share knowledge and experience in setting National Qualifications Frameworks.
Generally speaking, you will need qualifications at level three on the National Qualifications Framework, that is, A Levels, and Advanced Diploma, BTEC National Diplomas and Certificates, and your GCSEs.
The quango was commissioned to replace the existing National Qualifications Framework with a new arrangement, the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF).