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QMS Policies and Procedures for Education and Training. Learner management, assessment and RPL (recognition of prior learning) are available for your QMS.

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The QMS Policies and Procedures for Education and Training Accreditation

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QMS Procedures for Education and Training Organisations


Quality Management System (QMS) procedures for education and training organizations involve establishing protocols for curriculum development, facilitator training, learner assessment, and continuous improvement. This ensures consistency, effectiveness, and adherence to regulatory standards, enhancing educational outcomes and institutional reputation.

Buy Customized QMS Policies and Procedures for Education

Learner management, assessment and RPL (recognition of prior learning) are just some of the policy areas education and training providers must address. Education and training organisations must convey an understanding of special needs and accommodation in addition to financial management.

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When applying for accreditation at a Quality Council in South Africa, you must have a quality management system (QMS) for education.

If you already purchased a generic one, then you need to customise it for your operations.

The following QMS policies and procedures for Education are available for R175 each

  1. Accommodating candidates with disabilities
  2. Assessment and moderation policy
  3. Appeals policy and procedure (form)
  4. Certification policy
  5. A Learner cancellation policy
  6. Learner guidance and support policy
  7. The Learner recruitment and admissions policy
  8. Off-site training policy
  9. Occupational health and safety policy
  10. QMS review policy
  11. Recognition of prior learning
  12. Staff recruitment, selection and appointment policy
  13. Skill audit and staff development policy.

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Example of SETA Requirements: MICT SETA Procedures for Education Accreditation

The following example is taken from the MICT SETA website.

MICT SETA Accreditation Criteria and Guidelines / Code of conduct

You can be accredited as a provider by an Education and Training Quality Assurance Body if their primary focus coincides with your primary focus. However the following must be in place for accreditation to be considered:

(a) is registered as a provider in terms of the applicable legislation at the time of application for accreditation;


(b) has a quality management system which includes but is not limited to –

  • (i) quality management policies which define that which the provider wishes to achieve;
  • (ii) quality management procedures which enable the provider to practise its defined quality management policies; or
    (iii)review mechanisms which ensure that the quality management policies and procedures defined are applied and remain effective;
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(c) is able to develop, deliver and evaluate learning programmes which culminate in specified registered standards or qualifications;

(d) has the –

  • (i) necessary financial, administrative and physical resources;
  • (ii) policies and practices for staff selection, appraisal and development;
  • (iii)policies and practices for learner entry, guidance and support systems;
  • (iv) policies and practices for the management of off-site practical or work-site components where appropriate;
  • (v) policies and practices for the management of assessment which include appeals systems;
  • (vi) necessary reporting procedures; and
  • (vii)the ability to achieve the desired outcomes, using available resources and procedures considered by the Education and Training Quality Assurance Body to be needed to develop, deliver and evaluate learning programmes which culminate in specified registered standards or qualifications contemplated in paragraph (c); and

(e) has not already been granted accreditation by or applied for accreditation to another Education and Training Quality Assurance Body contemplated in Regulation 2 of the ETQA Regulations.

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