Learning Programme

NQF Level

US ID

Unit Standard Titles

Credits

Duration

General Education and Training Certificate: Adult Basic Education and Training

1

71751

A selection of the NQF 1 unit standards below, in the required combination

Min 120

18 months

           

English Matters - Language, Literacy and Communication in English

1

119635

Engage in a range of speaking/signing and listening interactions for a variety of purposes

23

240 hours

 

1

119631

Explore and use a variety of strategies to learn

 

1

119640

Read/view and respond to a range of text types

 

1

119636

Write/Sign for a variety of different purposes

           

 

Maths Matters - Mathematics Literacy

1

119373

Describe and represent objects in terms of shape, space and measurement

16

240 hours

 

1

119364

Evaluate and solve data handling and probability problems within given contexts

 

1

119362

Work with numbers, operations with numbers and relationships between numbers

 

1

7450

Work with measurement in a variety of contexts

           

Life Orientation Matters and Positive People – Life Orientation (Core)

1

14656

Demonstrate an understanding of sexuality and sexually transmitted infections including HIV/AIDS 

32

200 hours

 

1

14659

Demonstrate an understanding of factors that contribute towards healthy living 

 

1

14664

Demonstrate knowledge of diversity within different relationships in the South African society

 

1

14569

Demonstrate an understanding of how to participate effectively in the workplace

 

1

14661

Demonstrate knowledge of self in order to understand one's identity and role within the immediate community and South African society

 

1

15092

Plan and manage personal finances

 

1

113966

Identify security, safety and environmental risks in the local environment

 

1

15091

Plan to manage one's time

           

Human and Social Sciences

1

115477

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the relationships between social justice, human rights and democracy

23

200 hours

 

1

115480

Demonstrate an understanding of diversity and change in a dynamic society

 

1

115483

Explain the relationship between society, environment and development

 

1

115471

Explain the relationship between events, time and space and the effect on society

           

Science Matters - Natural Sciences

1

7509

Apply basic concepts and principles in the natural sciences

15

200 hours

 

1

7513

Assess the impact of scientific innovation on quality of life

 

1

7508

Conduct an investigation in the natural science

 

1

7511

Analyse how scientific skills and knowledge contribute to sustainable use of resources

 

1

7507

Demonstrate an understanding of the concept of science

           

World of Work - Economic Management Sciences

1

13999

Demonstrate an understanding of basic accounting practice

21

200 hours

 

1

13995

Demonstrate an understanding of contracts and their sources

 

1

13998

Demonstrate an understanding of the principles of supply and demand and the concept production

 

1

13994

Identify and discuss different types of business and their legal implications

 

1

13996

Identify, discuss, describe and compare major economic systems with emphasis on the South African economy

 

1

14001

Demonstrate an understanding of management expertise and administrative systems

           

Arts and Culture Matters

1

7533

Access creative arts and cultural

19

200 hours

 

1

7529

Display creative an innovative knowledge, skills and creative concepts through participation in arts and culture activities.

 

1

7531

Investigate the influence of the mass media on indigenous practices

 

1

7525

Reflect on and engage critically with arts experience and works from diverse groups

 

1

7527

Understand the origins and functions of South African cultures through promoting indigenous Arts and Culture forms and practices

 

1

7532

Use arts skills and cultural expression to make an economic contribution to self and society 

           

Technology Matters

1

14098

Understand and use energy in technological product and systems

11

150 hours

 

1

14092

Understand and apply technological knowledge and skills in systems and control

 

1

14095

Understand and apply technological knowledge and skills in structure

 

1

14096

Understand and apply technological knowledge and skills in Processes

 

1

14097

Know, select and use materials, tools and equipment safely for technological purposes 

           

World of Work: Entrepreneurship and Learn to Earn - Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMME)

1

10006

Demonstrate an understanding of entrepreneurship and develop entrepreneurial qualities

17

150 hours

 

1

10007

Identify, analyse and select business opportunities

 

1

10008

Write and present a simple business plan

 

1

10009

Demonstrate the ability to start and run a business and adapt to a changing business environment

           

Maths Matters Modules - Mathematical Science

1

7448

Work with patterns in various contexts.

14

240 hours

 

1

7449

Critically analyze how mathematics is used in social, political and economic relations.

 

1

7452

Describe, represent and interpret mathematical models in different contexts.

 

1

7464

Analyze cultural products and processes as representations of shape, space and time.

           

Seeds and Fields of Learning – Applied Agriculture and Agricultural Technology (Academic stream elective)

1

13355

Demonstrate an understanding of the physical and biological environment and its relationship to sustainable crop production.

20

200 hours

13356

Assess the influence of the environment on sustainable livestock production.

13357

Demonstrate an understanding of agricultural production management practices in relation to the socio-economic environment.

13358

Implement and maintain the principles, systems, practices and technology applicable to an agricultural venture.

13354

Demonstrate an understanding of agriculture as a challenging and applied system.

           

Health Matters and Home-based Care – Ancillary Health Care (Academic stream elective)

1

119563

Engage in basic health promotion; 8 credits.

50

300 hours

119567

Perform basic life support and first aid procedures; 5 credits.

260463

Assist the client and significant others to manage home based health care; 12 credits

119559

Demonstrate knowledge of the provision and implementation of primary health care; 10 credits.

119564

Assist the community to access services in accordance with their health related human rights; 5 credits.

119566

Explain preventive measures to reduce the potential impact of disasters; 5 credits

           

Computers at Work

1

9357

Develop and use keyboard skills to enter text; 4 credits.

.

23

80 hours

116932

Operate a personal computer system; 3 credits.

116933

Use a Graphical User Interface (GUI)-based presentation application to create and edit slide presentations; 3 credits

116938

Use a Graphical User Interface (GUI)-based word processor to create and edit documents; 4 credits.

117943

Install a Personal Computer (PC) peripheral device, in a GUI environment; 2 credits.

117902

Use generic functions in a Graphical User Interface (GUI); 4 credits.

117867

Managing files in a Graphical User Interface (GUI); 3 credits.

           

National Certificate (GETC): Manufacturing, Engineering and Related Activities

1

23253

MERSETA NQF 1 qualification offered as a learnership. Full range of unit standards available for selection can be supplied to interested parties.

Min 120

12-24 Months, dependent on ability upon entry.

           

National Certificate (GETC): Mining and Minerals Processes

1

58267

MQA NQF 1 qualification offered at clients accredited with the MQA. . Full range of unit standards available for selection can be supplied to interested parties.

Min 120

12-18 Months.

           

Foundational Learning Competencies: LLC in English

2

88895

Part qualification- compulsory component (fundamentals) of trade and occupation qualifications at NQF 2 to 4; naturally progression from AET; generic, mining industry specific or customized version available.

20

200 hours

Foundational Learning Competencies: Mathematical Literacy

2

88895

Part qualification- compulsory component (fundamentals) of trade and occupation qualifications at NQF 2 to 4; naturally progression from AET; generic, mining industry specific or customized version available.

20

200 hours

           

English Matters -Communications in English Level 1

AET L1

119630

Use speaking/signing and listening skills

20

200 hours

119633

Use basic reading/receptive skills to respond to defined simple texts

119638

Use basic writing/signing skills

English Matters -Communications in English Level 2

AET L2

119642

Engage in speaking and listening interactions

20

200 hours

119629

Use basic reading skills to respond to defined texts

119634

Write/sign simple defined texts

English Matters - Communications in English Level 3

AET L3

119637

Engage in a range of speaking/signing and listening interactions

20

200 hours

119632

Use reading/viewing skills to respond to defined texts

119639

Write/sign defined texts

Project Literacy Also has a condensed AET English L1 course – English in 30 Weeks. Adult themed English additional language readers are available for all four AET Levels.

       

Maths Matters -Numeracy Level 1

AET L1

119366

Work with shape, space and measurement concepts

10

200 hours

119370

Work with numbers; operations with numbers and relationships between numbers

119374

Demonstrate an understanding of patterns, functions and algebra

Maths Matters -Numeracy Level 2

AET L2

119365

Demonstrating an understanding of patterns, functions and algebra

20

200 hours

119369

Work with shape, space and measurement

119372

Demonstrate an understanding of data handling and probability

119378

Work with numbers; operations with numbers and relationships between numbers

Maths Matters -Numeracy Level 3

AET L3

119363

Apply concepts of shape, space and measurement to make decisions relative to the world around us

20

200 hours

119367

Work with numbers; operations with numbers and relationships between numbers

119375

Work with patterns, functions and algebra in different contexts 

Below NQF 1

119376

Demonstrate an understanding and use of data handling and probability concepts

200 hours

         

ABC Literacy in African Languages at AET Level 1

AET L1

119633

Use basic reading skills to respond to defined simple texts

16

120 hours

119638

Use basic writing skills

ABC Literacy in African Languages at AET Level 2

AET L1

119629

Use basic reading skills to respond to defined texts

14

120 hours

119634

Write simple defined texts

Our Literacy in African Languages programme is an outcomes driven programme making use of significant educator resources and is available in all SA official languages.  Adult themed level appropriate readers are available. Project Literacy is also able to conduct so called “Pre-ABET” classes.

   

IsiZulu; IsiXhosa; Setswana; Sesotho; Sepedi; XiTsonga; Afrikaans; Tshivenda; Ndebele; SiSwati

   

Accreditation and Credentials

Project Literacy is fully accredited by the ETDP SETA ETQA, accreditation number ETDP0348.

We have Adult Education and Training programme approval from Umalusi whereby we were recently granted a full 7-year extension. We’re also accredited to offer Foundational Learning

Competency by the IEB. To have access to our certificates, please feel free to contact us.