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

Tuesday, 5 October 2010

Reading and submissions

I often think people do not read. I have seen with the submissions of the portfolios that people are running around, not knowing where to submit. We have repeatedly (on my Unisa, the Tut210, the satellite broadcast and in telephone conversations) stated that the documentation must be submitted via the assignment sections. If you submit it directly to the department, we (you and us) do not have record of the submission and you do not have a mark cover sheet! Please also note that portfolios cannot be submitted after 15 October 2010.

To those who must still submit the declaration and questionnaire, you can use the fax-to-mail number that was provided in your Tut101.

I would like to wish you the best of luck in the coming exams! The end is near.
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