Course Content
Purpose of this course?
PURPOSE The purpose of the Sustainable Sanitation Management short learning course is to equip participants with relevant knowledge, as well as management, planning and implementation skills on Water and Sanitation Management. Participants from Water Services Authorities, Water and Sanitation Providers as well as all Water Users will thus be able to make informed decisions on the management of water and sanitation in municipalities and other affected areas. In addition, knowledge on the water and sanitation management will advance the implementation of National and Provincial Water and Sanitation policies of the Republic of South Africa.
ALIGNMENT OF THE SUSTAINABLE SANITATION MANAGEMENT WITH NATIONAL, REGIONAL AND UNIVERSITY PRIORITIES
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PROGRAMME DETAILS
This Certificate in Sustainable Sanitation Management programme will be offered at the University of Limpopo (TURFLOOP CAMPUS) and the programme will take 6 months to complete in a block release manner, and it is designed to meet the NQF 5 exit level descriptors.
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Course Modules
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Exit Level Requirements
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STAFF REQUIREMENTS
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FEES
Appropriate costing has been done by University of Limpopo Finance Division. This is imperative to ensure the viability of the programme.
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
It was during academic travels that the coordinator of the programme came into contact with the authors and contributors of the modules being promoted in this programme of Sustainable Sanitation Management.
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INTRODUCTION TO THE SUSTAINABLE SANITATION MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME
About Lesson

The students of Sustainable Sanitation Management will be placed in the placement sites for two modules, which are Faecal Sludge Management and Urine Harvesting (Module 2) and Wastewater, The Untapped Resource (Module 3). The students will be placed in the municipalities where they come from to ensure that they are close to their homes after work on each day. The students will be monitored by facilitators during their placement and will be supervised by the supervisors from their respective municipalities responsible for the divisions of water and sanitation.

 

Agreements are being obtained with South African Local Government Association (SALGA) and District Municipalities in Limpopo, namely Capricorn, Sekhukhune, Vhembe, Waterberg and Mopani. The agreements will clearly state the activities that the candidates should perform during their placements.

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