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SAQA Bulletin: Volume 18 Number 1: March 2019



Lifelong learning, progression in learning and work, and articulation in learning-and-work pathways, are integral to the South African National Qualifications Framework (NQF). SAQA's articulation agenda includes (but is not limited to) registering qualifications and part-qualifications with pathways and alternative access routes; recognising professional bodies, which importantly link learning and work, and oversee continuing professional development; the National Learners' Records Database; providing NQF information and advice; international liaison and the evaluation of foreign qualifications for amongst others, cutting-edge NQF developments and mobility in learning and work - and the research needed to support all of this work.
SAQA-Durban University of Technology (DUT) Partnership Research focuses on articulation between Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET), Higher Education, and work.  
This project included a National Articulation Baseline Study, seven in-depth case studies, and articulation initiatives 'on the ground'. SAQA Bulletin 2018(1): 'Articulation Initiatives' contains nine papers - seven papers elaborate on successful initiatives identified in the National Articulation Baseline Study.

Two papers by international writers provide valuable international insights. The introduction sketches an overview of SAQA's articulation research; the concluding comments highlight innovations in each paper.

This Bulletin has value for anyone interested in furthering articulation in education, training, development and work.    

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