SayPro SAQA Training Material 73994

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        Can the learners:
  1. Demonstrate, in written or oral form, an ability to identify, analyse and solve high-level legal problems.
    Solve relevant legal problems by skilfully identifying, analysing, and commenting on the same.
  1. Display an ability to function effectively in and lead a high-level team.
    Demonstrate the ability to participate effectively in debating solutions and approaches to particular legal problems.

  2. Undertake independent research and writing at an advanced level.
    Analyse related legal problems and their solutions independently.

  3. Display an ability to conduct a high-level research project successfully.
    Define a particular related topic, arrange the subject-matter coherently, accurately and succinctly reflect, formulate and interpret scholarly opinion on the topic.
    Identify particular problem areas and develop a clear line of argument by means of analysis and interpretation.

  4. Advise clients on the legal implications of and on solutions for particular labour law and associated security law problems and questions.
    Write a report in which a particular related problem is identified, analysed, and discussed.

  5. Make use of written and electronic data in writing a report/assignment and dissertation.

  6. Participate in a seminar on the implication of relevant legal information for other related disciplines, in particular, employment relations and social welfare and protection.
    Report on a coherent approach towards problem-solving and policy-making with regard to related employment and societal issues.

  7. Undertake advanced research and write a dissertation on applicable labour law and/or social security law topic.

  8. Debate the impact on society in general, and on certain interest groups in particular, of related legal provisions and principles.
  9. Reveal an ability to distil moral and cultural values underlying related economic, employment and social protection realities in society.
  10. Display an awareness as to how the qualification can be utilised to access the labour market.
  11. Display an ability to develop and maintain a career in law.

Integrated Assessment:
The assessment seeks to (1) evaluate learner performance in order to determine whether learners comply with assessment criteria; and (2) encourage and guide the improvement of the learner performance. Assessment is therefore based on the principle of continuous and regular assessment and complete and prompt feedback. Assessment consist of two components, formative assessment and summative assessment.

Formative Assessment Practices that will be implemented:
Formative assessment is aimed at the development of a life long learning culture based on continuous self-study. More particularly, in this qualification, formative assessment aims at the preparation of learners for writing an examination at the end of each module and writing a quality dissertation or offering a quality seminar programme. Formative assessment is conducted by class discussions, seminars, assignments, and the writing of the dissertation. Discussions of the assignment and examination results and the questions and other forms of feedback are an integral and critical part of the assessment.
Regular meetings between learners and their study leaders take place during which all aspects pertaining to the preparation for and drafting of the research dissertation (or the presentation of the seminar programme) are discussed. Study leaders assess learners continuously and, equally important, guide them through the process.

Summative Assessment Practices that will be implemented:
Integrated assessment, focusing on the achievement of the Exit-Level Outcomes, will be done by means of:
Both in the examinations at the end of each module and in the dissertation, learners are assessed on their ability to integrate prior knowledge gained in the preceding studies with a deeper, high-level knowledge of relevant topics dealt with in the course of the qualification, and of the research topic gained from the research into the topic and from the scholarly writing thereon. The purpose is to demonstrate a reflective and scholarly understanding of the Labour Law and associated Social Security Law and of the relevant research topic. In conjunction with formative assessment, summative assessment determines whether the learner is awarded the qualification. In the summative assessment, the four modular examinations and the final dissertation as submitted are examined by a panel of not less than two examiners (see also par 10 Criteria for the registration of assessors). The qualification is obtained if the learner passes all four modular exams and the dissertation or seminar programme.
A further demonstration of the learner’s ability in this regard, the learner may be required to submit a publishable article based on the dissertation that may, at the discretion of the study leader, be submitted for publication in a law journal under the name of the learner or the names of both the learner and the study leader. 


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