Occupational Qualifications
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Occupational Qualification

An occupational qualification is a prolonged formal training qualification associated with a trade, occupation or profession resulting from work-based learning. The focus and important part of teaching/learning happens in the form of experience gained from a workplace: this work-experience component increases a learner’s probabilities for employment. 

After successfully completing all the formative assessments and compiling a POE, learners are required to write an exit examination ‘External Integrated Summative Assessment’ (EISA) in order to receive a QCTO occupational certificate.


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