NUS Students 1st Semester 2019, Exams Preparations

NUS Students 1st Semester 2019, Exams Preparations
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REGULATIONS FOR CERTIFICATE IV IN CUSTOMARY ADJUDICATION (2018)
 
1. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
a) have advanced reading and writing skills and at least three years of secondary education
b) a sound knowledge of the Samoan language, traditions and practices
c) preferably passed School Certificate or equivalent or higher qualification
d) at least 20 years of age as at 1 February in the year of admission and have had at least three years full-time work experience. (Reference from former or current employer will be required).
 
2. MODE OF STUDY
Full time or Part time.
 
3. DURATION
Not less than two semesters.
 
4. PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
Unless credit is granted under the Recognition of Prior Learning/Credit & Recognition of Current Competency, this programme consists of six courses: TCA101, TCA102, TCA103, TCA104, TCA105 and TCA106. All six courses in the programme are compulsory.
 
5. PROGRAMME LOAD
Three courses per semester. However, students may choose to take less than three courses per semester.
 
6. PROGRAMME REQUIREMENTS
To be awarded the Certificate in Customary Adjudication, a student must pass all six courses stated in 4 above.
 
7. These Regulations are effective from 1 January 2018.
 
The work experience component will provide students with the opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills gained from completing 90 per cent of Second Year courses in order to be placed at any broadcast media or any media related office assigned by the Department for five weeks.
Offered: October – Second Year
Contact Hours per week: 40
Assessment: Second Year learners must broadcast a minimum of at least five (5) news items either on radio or television and/or publish a minimum of at least five (5) news items. A supervisor’s feedback report must submit at the end of the Work Attachment
Learners will be able to apply principles of writing news and layout design for print media. This course will enhance learners’ knowledge and skills on writing news for print media. It will also introduce the learners into designing a student newspaper.
Offered: Semester 2
Pre-requisites: TJL126, TJL128, TJL129
Contact Hours per week: 4
Assessment: 100% Course Work. The pass mark for this course is 75% as it is a non- examinable course.
Learners will be able to apply knowledge, skills and attitudes on covering news and events in a proficient and legal manner. The course will enable students to apply knowledge, skills and attitudes in writing legal and ethical news stories, with reference to the Law and Justice System in Samoa.
Offered: Semester 1
Pre-requisites: TJL121
Contact Hours per week: 4
Assessment: 60% Course Work, 40% Examination. Must pass both coursework and examination.

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