National Certificate: Victim Empowerment and Support

National Certificate: Victim Empowerment and Support
Purpose:
The acquisition of the related skills in Human and Social Studies will increase the pool of competent human resources.

Career Opportunities:
The learner assessed as competent against this Qualification will be able to:
• Communicate in a variety of ways to achieve personal and organisational objectives
• Use mathematics and mathematical thinking to solve every day problems for him/herself, organisation and victims in the community
• Use Victim Empowerment knowledge, skills and attitudes to provide support services to victims of crime, violence and human rights abuses
• Provide support to various categories of victims in relation to Victim Empowerment
• Use workplace knowledge, skills and attitudes to deliver Victim Empowerment Services

Entrance Requirements

It would be desirable for learners wishing to access this Qualification to be competent at:
• Language and Communication at NQF level 1
• Mathematical Literacy at NQF level 1

COURSE OUTLINE

The qualifying learner will achieve this Qualification by complying with the following rules of combination for the accumulation of credits:
• All fundamental Unit Standards: 36 credits
• All core Unit Standards: 56 credits
• Elective Unit Standards: 28 min credits
• Total Credits: 120 min

Exit level outcomes Credits
• 1 – 20 credits
• 2 – 16 credits
• 3 – 22 credits
• 4 – 34 credits
• 5 – 28 min credits
• Total Credits: 120

EXIT LEVEL OUTCOMES
1. Communicate in a variety of ways to achieve personal and organisational objectives.
2. Use mathematics and mathematical thinking to solve every day problems for him/herself, the organisation and victims in the community.
3. Use Victim Empowerment knowledge, skills and attitudes to provide support services to victims of crime, violence and human rights abuses
4. Use workplace knowledge, skills & attitudes for Victim Empowerment Services

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