UNISA Short Course in Mainstreaming HIV/AIDS into Academic Development, Research and Community Engagement



UNISA Short Course in Mainstreaming HIV/AIDS into Academic Development, Research and Community Engagement

Short Course in Mainstreaming HIV/AIDS into Academic Development, Research and Community Engagement (75523)

 

Purpose

To mainstream the impacts of HIV and AIDS into academic development and also assist by exploring opportunities to undertake research and form partnerships with communities to manage the impacts of HIV and AIDS; to assist with the identification of resources needed to respond to the impacts of HIV and AIDS in communities, families and the society
 



Target group

Academic staff, academic planners, student development practitioners, deans, etc
 



Admission requirements

Senior Certificate or an equivalent NQF level 4 qualification; be able to learn from predominantly written material in the language of instruction; be able to effectively communicate what they have learned in the language of instruction; and study independently and take responsibility for their learning
 

Duration

Three months
 



Language medium

English
 



Registration periods

During UNISA registration periods.
 

Tuition method

UNISA open distance learning
 

Kind of assessment

Note:
Formative assessment and examination admission will comply with UNISA’s formative assessment rules and policies
Formative assessment:
Contact session, self-assessment (10% of final mark)
Summative assessment:
Portfolio of evidence (90%)
 

Mainstreaming HIV/AIDS into Academic Development, Research and Community Engagement (SCMH016)
Syllabus/Content Topics

Applying the main principles of mainstreaming to a discipline, operational areas or specific settings through a development portfolio
 

Course leader


Mr H J L Roets Hons (Social Sciences) MA (current)
Discipline expertise: HIV/AIDS programme and policy development and evaluation and mainstreaming of HIV/AIDS
Centre Manager: Tirisano Centre
Office: 09-025 Theo van Wijk Building, Unisa
E-mail: roetshjl@unisa.ac.za