Worksite (Host Employment and Experiential) Management Policy
Employer practical components and workplace experience often form part of skills and youth development Programmes and programmes. To ensure the quality and validity of the Work Learning Experience, Southern Africa Youth Project implement a procedure which includes the following:
- Evaluation of the Management and Technical Resources Capability of all such employers.
- Written contracts with all Worksite Providers, which detail Southern Africa Youth Project quality and technical requirements
- Periodic worksite visits by Southern Africa Youth Project management and educators to verify the continue quality and validity of services.
- The establishment and maintenance of effective communications with all Southern Africa Youth Project worksite providers.
- Management of worksite Programme Assessment, review, and referral.
- Beneficiary feedback mechanisms to ensure Beneficiary satisfaction with worksite providers.
- Maintenance of records to verify a) to f) above have successfully implemented.
PROCEDURE FOR WORKSITE MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE
The purpose of procedure is to:
- Manage off-site practical or worksite components to ensure valid learning experiences and safeguard the rights of beneficiaries.
- Manage the Programme Assessment, review, and referral of practical or experiential learning and to ensure that Beneficiary information is verified and recorded.
The scope of the procedure includes the following:
- Commitment from the employer to quality assurance procedures and assist in the coordination, implementation, coaching and supervision of beneficiaries as they put into practice what they have learnt at training and programmes. The system includes the employer’s responsibilities with work-site monitoring and assessments as well as the keeping records of all behaviour and skills and youth development observe.
- The beneficiary’s evaluation of their work-site experience, their record keeping and evidence gathering
3.1 NATIONAL QUALIFICATION AND PROGRAMMES ASSURANCE Regulation No R1127 of 1998
- Logbook A student’s workplace record of performing the specific outcomes expected in Programme Type and Short programmes cover in the theory of knowledge component.
- NATIONAL QUALIFICATION FRAMEWORKS (NQF) AND INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMMES STANDARDS (IPS) Means the National Frameworks Framework approved by the Minister of Education for the registration of national standards and Programmes and Qualifications.
- The responsibility for implementing the requirements of procedure rests with The Chief Executive Officer, the Beneficiary, and the employer.