SayPro SAQA Training Material 62406

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        1.1.  Natural environment
Appropriate current terminology is understood and applied
Knowledge of general ecology is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of climate is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of geology is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of geomorphology and soils is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of hydrology is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of plants is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of animals is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of sensitive ecosystems is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of the human environment is demonstrated and applied

Human influence on ecosystems
1.2. Current appropriate terminology is understood and applied
Knowledge of the relationship between human utilisation of land and geology is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of the relationship between human utilisation of land and geomorphology and soils is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of human influences on the water cycle is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of human influences on plant communities is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of animal reactions under environmental pressure is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of human influences on ecosystems is demonstrated and applied

Environmental conservation:
1.3. Current appropriate terminology is understood and applied effectively
Knowledge of environmental conservation is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of resources is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of environmental degradation is demonstrated and applied

Environmental planning and management:
1.4. Current appropriate terminology is understood and applied
Knowledge of sustainable development is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of national and international actions/lobbies is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of environmental auditing and evaluation systems is demonstrated and applied

Knowledge of soil conservation:
1.5. Current appropriate terminology is understood and applied effectively
Knowledge of soil conservation is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of soil erosion is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of soil conservation practices is demonstrated and applied

Reclamation practices:
1.6. Current appropriate terminology is understood and applied effectively
Knowledge of disturbed and derelict areas is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of the treatment of derelict sites is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of reclamation site management is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of costs and cost estimation is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of alternative land uses is demonstrated and applied

Vegetation:
1.7. Appropriate current terminology is understood and applied
Knowledge of veld conservation and deterioration is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of vegetation diversity is South Africa is demonstrated and applied
Vegetation is divided into different levels accurately
Knowledge of development and defoliation reaction of grasses and woody plants is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of plant-animal interaction is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of plant ingredients is demonstrated and applied
Grasses, trees and shrubs are identified accurately

Monitor veld:
1.8. Appropriate current terminology is understood and applied
Knowledge of the nature and extent of veld monitoring is demonstrated and applied
Comparison between veld monitoring and veld evaluation is made accurately
Knowledge of veld monitoring methods is demonstrated and applied
Appropriate veld monitoring methods is selected
Appropriate equipment is operated effectively
Veld monitoring is effective

Evaluate veld:
1.9. Appropriate current terminology is understood and applied:
Knowledge of vegetation characteristics is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of the nature and extent of veld evaluation is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of increaser-decreaser veld evaluation is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of new developments is demonstrated and applied
Veld evaluation is accurate

Manage appropriate vegetation:
1.10 Appropriate current terminology is understood and applied
Knowledge of fire as a vegetation management tool is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of control methods of problem plants is demonstrated and applied
Appropriate plants are identified accurately
Appropriate plants are collected effective
Appropriate control method is selected and implemented effectively
Appropriate equipment is operated effectively
Knowledge of endangered plant communities is demonstrated and applied
Endangered plant communities are managed effectively

Animals:
1.11. Appropriate current terminology is understood and applied
Knowledge of habitat selection is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of social behaviour is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of feeding behaviour is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of adaptations is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of zoo geography of vertebrates is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of population genetics is demonstrated and applied
Appropriate animals are captured effectively
Appropriate animals are transported effectively
Appropriate animals are released effectively
Water requirements are met
Breeding program is established and implemented effectively
Appropriate equipment is operated effectively
Animals are managed effectively

Game farm:
1.12. Appropriate current terminology is understood and applied
Knowledge of the game industry is demonstrated and applied
Financial implications are considered
Objectives are established effectively
Utilisation alternatives are considered
Game farm is selected effectively

Game species and numbers:
1.13. Appropriate current terminology is understood and applied
Knowledge of appropriate habitat requirements and characteristics is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of primary food and feeding characteristics is demonstrated and applied
Carrying capacity is understood
Stocking rate is determined accurately
Knowledge of appropriate feeders is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of browsers is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of large stock units is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of population dynamics is demonstrated and applied
Appropriate game species and numbers are selected effectively

Water for game:
1.14. Factors influencing types of watering points are considered
Knowledge of the conditions and requirements for ideal watering points is demonstrated and applied
Advantages and disadvantages of water point types are considered
Water needs of appropriate game are considered
Appropriate equipment is operated effectively
Water needs of appropriate game are met

Supplementary geed for game:
1.15. Knowledge of digestibility is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of feed intake is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of chemical composition is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of acceptability is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of availability is demonstrated and applied
Knowledge of licks is demonstrated and applied
Appropriate equipment is operated effectively
Supplementary feed is provided effectively

Cropping and handling of game:
1.16. Knowledge of an ideal cropping system is demonstrated and applied
Appropriate objectives are established
Appropriate time/season is selected accurately
Appropriate cropping method is selected
Guidelines are followed effectively
Appropriate equipment is operated effectively
Cropping is effective
Handling of carcasses is effective

Capture and transport game:
1.17. Appropriate current terminology is understood and applied
Appropriate method is selected effectively
Immobilisation is effective
Mechanical capturing is effective
Appropriate equipment is operated effectively
Game is transported effectively
Knowledge of game auctions is demonstrated and applied

Predators:
1.18. Appropriate current terminology is understood and applied
Knowledge of predator/prey interactions is demonstrated and applied
Impact of predators is understood
Knowledge of appropriate management practices is demonstrated and applied
Guidelines to reduce the impact of predators on domestic stock are followed effectively
Predators are managed effectively

Veld:
1.19. Appropriate current terminology is understood and applied
Objectives are established effectively
Knowledge of the relationship between veld, soil and water is demonstrated and applied
Importance of veld is understood
Appropriate equipment is operated effectively
Veld is managed effectively

Feeding studies:
1.20. Appropriate current terminology is understood and applied
Knowledge of factors influencing food selection is demonstrated and applied
Questions to study food selection are applied effectively
Appropriate equipment is operated effectively
Feeding study is accurate

Infrastructure:
1.21. Game fences are erected and maintained effectively
Roads are selected and places effectively
Roads are constructed and maintained effectively
Buildings are selected and placed effectively
Buildings are constructed and maintained effectively
Vehicles are selected, operated and maintained effectively
Fire breaks are used effectively

Legislation:
1.22. Knowledge of appropriate legislation is demonstrated and applied

Integrated assessment:

Assessment is continuous and done on the following basis:

Formative assessment:

assignments
written tests
practical tests
mini projects
research project
reports
oral evaluation
presentations

Summative assessment:

written examinations
practical examinations
a portfolio of work is compiled and assessed
portfolio records are kept as per SERTEC requirements 

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