About the module

Public Managament Practice 3 (PMP301P) is a compulsory module in the third year for the National Diploma in Public Management. It is more popularly known as Work Integrated Learning or Experiential Learning. For the purpose of this subject, we will make use of Work Integrated Learning (WIL) when we refer to aspects relating to Public Management Practice. Often, students do not know what is expected of them and their supervisors in the workplace. This blog will share some ideas, thoughts and will almost be like a "911" if you have any questions or concerns.

I am looking forward to take this journey with you!

My contact details are:
Prof Natasja Holtzhausen
E-mail: holtzn@unisa.ac.za
Tel:+27 12 429 6228
Fax:+27 12 429 6075

Wednesday, 28 January 2009

How do I know if I will receive adequate exposure?

I would suggest that you investigate the learning outcomes in the logbook to determine if you will be able to provide proof that you got exposure to those. You will be assessed on the basis of these outcomes. Often, you will be able to receive adequate exposure in the section where you are working.

There is a student working at the Department of Health involved in the "2010" Directorate. Looking at the learning outcomes, I am sure that her section will have policies, be able to identify problems that can be solved for better service delivery. The directorate will have to purchase items, follow procedures, gather information etc. It is important that you check the learning outcomes to determine your exposure!

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have additional enquiries. Remember that you Portfolio must provide proof of what you have been doing. Please also visit myUNISA and visit the discussion forum.
Happy Portfolio building!
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