SETA: Decision number 0263
programme is aimed at any person who needs knowledge and skills in the
field of organisational policy development. Areas covered by this programme
are as follows:
development. This will include using the constitution, other relevant
legislation, organizational vision & mission as well as organizational
culture and values as basis for policy design. Furthermore applying
the process for obtaining a well-formed policy.
articulation and role of policy
basic steps in the process of public policy development
evaluation of public policy text from various perspectives.
a plan for policy management and adjustment with short, medium and
long term focus.
aspects of policy development and management.
strategic effect that a policy has on all other aspects of organizational
basic principles of policy management and design.
completion of this workshop participants should be able to effectively
participate in the design and management of organizational policy.
will be assessed on the following specific outcomes:
the process of policy development and implementation.
- Know the
different models of policy.
the principles of policy management.
participate in policy development, maintenance and design.
programme materials and hand-outs
of certificate with credits after completion of programme
keeping of all results and assessments in order for participants to
receive recognition for prior learning through the National Qualifications
methodology is based on interactive learning, i.e. learners will learn
by doing. Furthermore learners will use examples from their own organisations,
thus ensuring that the learning is anchored at their workplace.
must hand in a post workshop assignment before a certificate will be issued.
This post workshop assignment will service as the learners portfolio of
evidence for credits claimed.
As with all DCT training programmes, we strive to effect actual change
back at the workplace through effective and practical outcomes based training.
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