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Development of specialised elearning and face to face courses for the National School of Government

Global objective

The global objective of this assignment was to widen access to learning programmes offered by the NSG, especially in the area of organisational ethics and performance management.


Specific objectives were:

1) Develop Performance management and development courses for the NSG as follows:

a)               To design, develop and pilot one customised eLearning course in English on performance management and development for Senior managers on salary levels 1 to 3. 

b)         To develop and pilot one face-to-face course in English on performance management and development customised to address the needs of staff on salary levels 1 to 3, using the basic adult education methodology and approach.

c)               To translate all the learning materials developed for members on salary level 1 to 3 face to face course for at least 4 South African languages apart from English (Afrikaans, isiZulu, Sepedi and Xitsonga)

d)                  To provide one training of trainers (with 10-15 NSG trainers) for the face-to-face course developed.

2) Develop Organisational Ethics courses for the NSG as follows:

a)      To develop and pilot one eLearning ethics course in English for local government

b)      To develop and pilot one Face-to-face ethics course in English for local government

c)      To develop and pilot one eLearning ethics course in English for political principals (e.g. councillors, members of parliament) in the South African government

d)      To develop and pilot one Face-to-face ethics course in English for political principals in the South African government

e)      To provide training of trainers (with 10-15 NSG trainers) for the two face-to-face courses developed

Project Details

  • Country: South Africa
  • Region: EDF / ACP,
  • Area of competence:
    Communication > Information and communication technology (ICT)
  • Donor organisation: European Commission
  • Start of project: March 2018