CHESP

AcronymDefinition
CHESPCommunity Higher Education Service Partnerships (South Africa, Africa)
CHESPCertified Healthcare Environmental Services Professional
CHESPCommunity, Higher Education, School Partnerships (state programs)
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The JET definition of service-learning and CHESP Implementation Grant Strategy "places a strong emphasis on the partnership of the three stakeholders, that is the higher education institution, the community (local recipients of the service), and the service sector partner in the development and the delivery of the service-learning courses" (Mouton & Wildschut, 2005, p.
At least in terms of the CHESP expectations, the voice of community representatives was of primary importance in the design, implementation, and evaluation of each service-learning module.
A 2007 external program review of the CHESP initiative found that CHESP achieved its original objectives and is now located permanently within the higher education sector.
Whether or not the strong emphasis originally placed on service-learning by state structures, together with the prominent role that the CHESP initiative played, will assist colleges and universities in South Africa to "create an appropriate future within its social context" is yet to be seen.
CHESP and the scholarship of engagement: Strategies towards a universe of human discourse.