Khetha - Ikwekwezi FM

SABC EDUCATION  |  Podcast , ±27 min episodes every 1 week, 2 days  |  Broadcast schedule  | 
The Khetha Campaign is for high school learners that need information, advice and guidance in making the right career and further education and training choices.
To urge the youth to apply early at their education and training facility of choice, Khetha encourages learners to makes informed decisions when they choose to further their studies. At the same time it encourages learners to apply in a timely fashion in order to avoid disappointment. This is another SABC partnership, a Higher Education and Training Ministerial flagship initiative supported by the Department of Higher Education and South African Qualification Authority (SAQA)

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Khetha 15 April 2019

The objectives of this programme are to:
• Explain the National Qualifications Framework
• Clarify NQF levels and explain where qualifications are registered on the NQF
• Emphasise the importance of studying towards a legitimate qualification
• Educate about using the NCAP as a method of checking qualifications

Khetha 08 April 2019

The objectives of this programme are:
• To assist Grade 9 learners to make informed subject choices;
• To guide learners towards possible career fields relevant to subject combinations and
• To provide information on designated and non-designated subjects.

Khetha 25 March 2019

The objectives of this programme are to:
• To explain how to apply for funding;
• To familiarise learners with the various sources of funding; and
• To encourage young people to apply on time and do thorough research on these funding sources.

Khetha 21 March 2019

The objectives of this programme are to:
• Ensure the audience is aware of the application processes, dates and requirements in the Health Sciences faculty;
• Provide information about screening processes and
• Provide information about Assessment tests; and motivate applicants to apply early.

Khetha 11 March 2019

The objectives of this programme are to:
1. To encourage learners to apply on time for opportunities at university and university of technology.
2. To urge learners and prospective students to start enquiring about application closing dates and processes (procedures).
3. To communicate the importance of complying with the admission requirements of the applications process.
4. To explain Admission Point Score (APS).

Khetha 04 March 2019

The objectives of this programme are to:
• Promote career development for people with disabilities.
• Promote access to training opportunities in the post-school education and training system.
• Create awareness of the of the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) bursary for students with disabilities.
• Inform the people with disabilities about ways in which they can navigate the post-school education environment.

Khetha 25 February 2019

The objectives of this programme are:
• To familiarise listeners with the available Post school institutions
• To explain programmes and requirements at different institutions: Universities, Universities of Technology and TVET colleges

Khetha 18 February 2019

Objectives of the Programme are to:
• inform the public and TVET students about the WSSA Competition;
• explain the difference between World Skills International and World Skills South Africa;
• inform the audience about the benefits of World Skills South Africa and who can participate;
• inform the audience about the need and benefits of the Artisan Career Festival; and
• explain the link between World Skills South Africa, Artisan Career Festival and Skills Development.

Khetha 11 February 2019

The objectives of this programme are to:
• Help students to adapt to changes in the institutions of higher learning.
• Highlight some experiences that can be expected in the institutions of higher learning.
• Create awareness about the different support services available in the institutions of higher learning.
• Communicate information about financial aid options.

Khetha 04 February 2019

The objectives of this programme are to:
• Inform the listeners about the recruitment requirement on career opportunities as advertised on newspapers namely City Press, Rapport and Daily Sun for 2020 recruitment.

Khetha 28 January 2019

Objectives of the Programme
The objectives of this programme are to:
• Explain what Career Development Services are.
• Explain why listeners need to use Career Development Services.
• Explain what services are offered and how different target groups can benefit from the services.
• Explain how the Department promotes its Career Development Services.
Challenge all listeners to develop a career plan.

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