UNISA Short Learning Programme in Food Security

The Short Learning programme in Food Security (NQF 4 Certificate programme), was designed as a mixed mode learning programme for matriculants in rural communities to undertake learning and implementation in facilitation of food security programmes and practices in their communities.

It was planned as a decentralised process where tutors were employed locally to support village-based participants in their learning processes, and consisted of 6 Modules undertaken over a year.

The programme was implemented nationally with around 600 students receiving certificates prior to programme closure by UNISA administration.

UNISA KZNDAE Household Food Security Overview

October 2014
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Case Study for Successful Collaboration

February 2014
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UNISA Food Security Short Learning Programme Mid Term Evaluation

January 2013
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