Job Summary:To provide overall stewardship through effective strategy and implementation thereof and manage all institutional activities to ensure that high quality and cost effective services are delivered to clients. To promote and support cross functional exchanges and operations and drive organisational and culture change, and ensure that all policies, regulations and codes of ethics are in place and cascaded down and adhered to throughout the organisation. CLICK HERE
The Botswana Qualifications Authority (BQA) recently consulted stakeholders to raise awareness on its new mandate and solicit support in the implementation of the new education and training system. Click here to view or download a full Bulletin.
The Botswana Qualifications Authority (BQA) in collaboration with Business Botswana invite the following stakeholders to consultative workshops:• Representative of registered and accredited Education and Training Providers, both public and private,• Regional Education Oﬃcers,• District Administration Oﬃcers.• Tribal Leaders (Dikgosi)• Hon Mayors or Council Chairpersons• SRC Presidents in the registered, accredited Providers• The Village Development Committee Chairpersons.• Representative of National PTAThe consultative workshops aim to raise stakeholder awareness of the BQA Mandate and p
The Botswana Qualifications Authority (BQA) informs the public that the list of approved or accredited learning programmes that should have been published in the local media on the 31st March 2017 has been deferred.
The Botswana Qualifications Authority (BQA) is a parastatal under the Ministry of Tertiary Education Research Science and Technology established by the Botswana Qualifications Authority Act, No 24 of 2013, to:
a) To provide for and maintain the National Credit and Qualifications Framework.
b) To coordinate the education, training and skills development quality assurance system, from early childhood to tertiary level (Lifelong learning).
BQA therefore has been established to improve the quality of education and training in Botswana.
BQA ENGAGES WITH NATIONAL RECOGNITION INFORMATION CENTRE FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM TO BUILD STAFF CAPACITY TO EVALUATE EXTERNAL QUALIFICATIONSThe Botswana Qualifications Authority hosted a week long workshop with the National Recognition Information Centre for the United Kingdom (UK-NARIC) to facilitate and build staff capacity for evaluation of external qualifications. UK – NARIC is a UK Government agency responsible for providing comparison information and advice in international education and training systems including overseas skills and qualifications.