Beauty Therapy Courses from Botswana
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The Botswana Technical Education Programme (BTEP) is managed by the Department of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (DTVET) in the Ministry of Education and Skills Development. BTEP is outcomes-based and is designed to provide both, pre-employment training for secondary school leavers and, training for those in the workplace who aspire towards attaining a qualification. The programme has been developed in cooperation with employers to ensure a match between training and skills needed by industry. BTEP consists of 25 vocational areas at 4 levels, Foundation, Certificate, Advanced Certificate and Diploma. One of the vocational areas is Hairdressing & Beauty Therapy. In order to expand access to TVET in Botswana, staff from Francistown College of Technical and Vocational Education and Gaborone Technical College developed print based distance learning modules. DTVET has committed to produce open education resources and has made three Certificate level modules available.
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Lentell, Helen; Abrioux, Dominique A M X; Collinge, Joan; Haughey, Margaret; Keough, Erin; Kwan, Angela; Mead Richardson, Alison; Paul, Ross (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2012-07)Helen Lentell, a Fellow in Distance Learning at the University of Leicester, UK and former COL staff member co-produced this video series with the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) through conversations held in July 2012 at ...
Mead Richardson, Alison (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2014)In this video, Dr. Alison Mead Richardson, Education Specialist - Technical & Vocational Skills Development, Commonwealth of Learning, presents COL's Technical and Vocational Skills Development Programme Initiative. 2014
Message to State Resource Centre Kerala on the launch of the Certificate in Community Development by Distance Learning Mead Richardson, Alison (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2014-12)Video presented at State Resource Centre Kerala (December 2014) by Dr. Alison Mead Richardson, Education Specialist, Technical and Vocational Skills Development. Duration: 3:18 // Resource contains a video link as well as ...
Mead Richardson, Alison (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2012-11-27)The informal sector of the economy is becoming increasingly important for youth employment and national development throughout the continent. This paper argues that the vast majority of African youth are locked out of a ...
Mead Richardson, Alison (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2012-05-02)Slides from CAPA Conference, TVET Institutions as a Platform for Industrial Development, in Africa, 2–4 May 2012. By Ms. Alison Mead Richardson, Commonwealth of Learning.