Study with the ILO through Lyceum or TIDASA

The Institute believes that training is vital to all people in our country as it enables them to increase their knowledge and skills and to reach their full potential.

The ILO therefore wants to see the professionals in the licensing environment reaching the greatest levels. To do this, they need to have the best training possible.

Course information:

Lyceum:

TIDASA:

LYCEUM COURSE

DESCRIPTION

Lyceum’s School of Public Safety Studies is at the forefront of training and education in the licensing fraternity. Students who have completed their studies will be able to make a valuable and professional contribution towards licensing practice. A centralised register of vehicle ownership and drivers licenses is vital for promoting an effective law enforcement system. Licensing services forms an integral component of road safety as it regulates the entry of vehicles and drivers into the public sphere. Licensing today is considered a science and licensing practitioners are required to equip themselves with the specialist knowledge and skills to render professional services.

With Lyceum’s accredited programmes, we offer a wide variety of options for the learner. The subject experts who compile our learning programmes are all actively involved in licensing, are professional practitioners and contribute towards research in the field of licensing. The learning programmes are uniquely structured to meet the growing demands placed on traffic and licensing agencies. This highly successful programme is directed towards licensing and traffic officers that want to advance their career with knowledge and skills that are directly focussed towards this highly specialised field of licensing. Efficient management within the licensing environment is essential in creating a system that will benefit the people of South Africa.

The Bachelors of Administration degree in Licensing Practice offers both licensing and law enforcement practitioners the opportunity to positively influence peoples’ lives. This accredited Lyceum learning programme offers the opportunity of playing a crucial role in advancing an orderly law enforcement system in South Africa. It is also the only Bachelor of Administration at NQF – Level 7 in Africa insofar as licensing practice is concerned.

CAREER FIELDS

Learners could pursue a career as a:

  • Licensing official

  • Metropolitan Police Officer

  • Provincial Traffic Inspector

  • Traffic officer

  • Municipal Law Enforcement Officer

  • Administrative position in any sphere of government

1st YEAR SUBJECTS

NQF LEVEL

CREDITS

General Management

Licensing Practice 1

Concepts of Management Computing

Public Administration 1

Electives: (select 1)

· Public Relations 1

· Office Management

· Financial Accounting 1

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

20

18

20

18

20

20

20

2nd YEAR SUBJECTS

NQF LEVEL

CREDITS

Business Communication

Law of Procedure and Evidence

Licensing Practice 2

Public Administration 2

Administrative Law

Electives: (select 1)

· Risk Management

· Public Relations 2

· Financial Accounting 2

5

6

6

6

6

6

6

6

24

24

24

24

24

24

24

24

3rd YEAR SUBJECTS

NQF LEVEL

CREDITS

Public Administration 3

Licensing Practice 3

Electives: (select 2)

· Business Research

· Corporate Social Responsibility

· Financial Accounting 3

7

7

7

7

7

30

30

30

30

30

TOTAL CREDITS

360

ARTICULATION

TYPE OF PROGRAMME

  • Part Time

  • This is a higher education programme accredited by the Council on Higher Education (CHE) and registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET).

    DURATION

    Minimum – 3 years of study (part-time)

    Maximum – 6 years of study (part-time)

    ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

    The minimum entry requirement is a National Senior Certificate OR equivalent.

    CREDIT ACCUMULATION TRANSFER (CAT)

    Enquire at your nearest Lyceum Sales Office for more information regarding the awarding of subject credits (Credit Accumulation and Transfer - CAT) towards Lyceum Qualifications.

    LEARNER MATERIAL

    Study material including textbooks are supplied to the student. (Terms and conditions may apply)

PRICING

Enquire at your nearest Lyceum Sales Office for a current programme pricelist.

ADDITIONAL COSTS (Examinations)

  • You have two examination opportunities within your contract period.

  • No examination fees are applicable for the first time you write any subject within your contract period.

  • Examination fees are payable if you write any subject for the second time, i.e. if you have failed your first attempt within the contract period.

  • Students who enrol for any study year have two examination opportunities. Students can select to write any number of subjects during the first or second examination opportunity. If you elect to write the exam during the second opportunity, but fail, you do not get an additional opportunity. You will then have to re-register for this subject and pay the full course registration fee.

ASSESSMENT

Assessments consist of one assignment (formative assessment) and a final examination (summative assessment) for each subject. If you fail to submit the compulsory assignment in time you can request permission to submit a penalty assignment at a fee. If you did not submit an assignment you cannot register for examinations. Make sure you submit the compulsory assignment within the prescribed time because it does not cost you anything.

Your final mark for each subject will be calculated as follows:-

  • Assignment contributes 20% towards the final mark

  • Examination contributes 80% towards the final mark

A student who submitted an assignment for a specific subject, and fails that subject, does not have to re-submit an assignment for the following examination. Your assignment mark is carried over automatically.

CERTIFICATION

Upon successful completion of your qualification, you will receive an Academic Record and a Bachelor of Administration in Licensing Practice degree. Your degree will be posted to you or issued at the Annual Graduation Ceremony, provided that your account is in order.

FURTHER STUDIES

Please enquire at the nearest Lyceum Sales Office for the prospectus containing post-certificate studies.

Lyceum College

Tel: 011-712-2004

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TIDASA COURSES

The course deals with the theory of licensing from the registration and licensing of motor vehicles, to learners’ and driving licences, and to roadworthiness certification. This course is therefore suitable for all staff at registering authorities, driving licence testing centres, and vehicle testing stations.

The year-long NLLP has been designed so that learners study at their own speed and are not away from the workplace, so service delivery isn't compromised.

TIDASA presents a variety of courses specifically aimed at the traffic industry. In the NaTIS environment, the following courses are available:

  1. Audits and Inspections

  2. Supervisory Skills

  3. Fraud and Corruption

  4. Driving Licences

  5. Registration and Licensing

TIDASA also presents an array of courses that are applicable to all professionals:

  1. Diversity Management

  2. Employment Equity

  3. Coaching and Mentoring

  4. Business Writing

  5. Batho Pele

  6. Self and Relationship Management

  7. Basic Computer Skills

Umalusi, the Council for Quality Assurance in General and Further Education and Training, is a statutory body that assures standards are adhered to in the training industry. TIDASA is provisionally accredited by Umalusi (provisional accreditation number: FET 00474 PA) and registered as an FET college with the Department of Education (registration number 2009/FE07/031).

Contact the Training Administrator on (012) 667 5492 or email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to see how TIDASA can meet your training requirements. Alternatively, visit their website at www.tidasa.co.za.

Please remember to register as a student member with the ILO. Application forms can be downloaded from our website. The cost for the first-year student membership and subscription is R40.00.