Providing High Quality Standard of Training in the Tertiary Education Sector in Botswana: Evaluation of Resources in Enhancing Effectiveness

Sangodoyin Oluranti Olukemi


The research goal of study is to accentuate on high quality standard of training and provision of adequate resources and its effects on the overall development of tertiary education sector in Botswana. Special attention is paid to Botswana Qualification Authority (BQA) and it’s emphasizes on the issue of compliance in the standards set by its regulatory authorities. This paper discusses opportunities for enhancing the efficiency of education by providing quality training and using resources more strategically to increase its impact on national and global education outcomes. Since Education Training Providers have advocacy for more students which has been targeted towards Directorate of Tertiary Education Council (DTEF), hence, attention to deliver effectiveness must be largely emphasized.
In programme development and procedures, delivery styles used on the programme must be appropriate to the needs of the learners. Adequate resources are necessary for successful achievement by learners of the programme objectives and maintain on the programme, and there should be plentiful evidence to indicate that the programme aspect meets expectations. Various resources for successful participation by learners are allocated to maintain programmes.
It has been deliberated that assessment must be available to all learners who have the potential to achieve the standards required for a particular qualification. Care must be taken that any proposed assessment methods are of quality for learners and demonstrate that they have achieved the international standard. Measures must be taken to ensure that all learners have adequate access to facilities and resources. The resources available to programmes must be in accordance with programme objectives and budget allocation. Finally, to ensure the introduction of relevant programmes in a socio-economic context; analysis of enquiries and administration of needs analyses must be conducted.

Full Text:



International Journal of Business Administration
ISSN 1923-4007(Print) ISSN 1923-4015(Online)


Copyright © Sciedu Press

To make sure that you can receive messages from us, please add the '' domain to your e-mail 'safe list'. If you do not receive e-mail in your 'inbox', check your 'bulk mail' or 'junk mail' folders.