How To Find Out If Your Qualification Is NQF Registered -SAQA
South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) offers you a platform to verify NQF qualifications in your field of study.
South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA)
SAQA creates and implements the National Qualifciation Framework (NQF).
NQF ensures that all education and training in South Africa is structured around a reliable qualifications framework.
Because of the NQF, the qualifications that you have earned and studied hard to achieve will be on record for life.
Qualifications can only be issued by the provider if:
- The provider is accredited
- The provider is registered (except if it is a Skills Development provider)
- The qualification is registered on the NQF
- Documents are authentic
SAQA gives verification so you don't waste your time and money on your education and training.
- Always check credentials
- Make the institution is acredited and registered
- Check on the NQF qualification
- Share your knowledge on NQF qualification with friends and family.
- CLICK HERE TO VIEWL SAQA&NQFLeaflet.pdf
A background in Logistics offers one the qualification to be able to oversee or organize the transportation, storage and distribution of goods within a business’ supply chain, which represents a vital part of the business’ ability to perform efficiently. For someone who has their sights set on a career in Logistics, South African private and public universities offer a great variety of qualifications within this field to choose from.
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