Child & Youth Care Work

Requirements and Criteria

Child and youth care workers

Auxiliary child and youth care workers

Student child and youth care workers

Student auxiliary child and youth care workers

Solemn Declaration Of Child And Youth Care Workers

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Application

Child and youth care workers, auxiliary child and youth care worker need to apply for the registration before they enter practice.

The application forms to register with the South African Council for Child and youth care workers, auxiliary child and youth care worker can be download below. Click on the link to download the specific form.

IMPORTANT: Please follow the instructions on the form and make sure that all the required supporting documents accompany your application as incomplete applications result in unnecessary delays.

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CHILD YOUTH CARE WORK – Auxiliary

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STUDENTS IN CHILD & YOUTH CARE WORK

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STUDENT AUXILIARY CHILD AND YOUTH CARE WORKERS

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  • Application form for Student Auxiliary Child and Youth Care Workers

 

RESTORATION

RESTORATION CHILD YOUTH CARE WORK – Professional

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RESTORATION CHILD YOUTH CARE WORK – Auxiliary

If you have obtained your qualifications in child and youth care worker or auxiliary child and youth care worker outside the Republic of South Africa, click here for the procedures and forms.

Change Of Particulars

Child and youth care workers, auxiliary child and youth care worker and student child and youth care workers are obliged in accordance with the Regulations for child and youth care workers, auxiliary child and youth care workers, and student child and youth care workersto keep their details on the respective Registers, kept by Council as contemplated in section 19 of the Social Service Professions Act 110 of 1978, up to date whenever there is a name change or change in my residential or postal address or other contact details.

Whenever there is a change in name or surname the Registrar must be informed in writing with the supporting evidence within 3 months of such change. Download the required form below.

Whenever there is a change in residential address, postal address or other contact details such as telephone numbers or email address, the Registrar must be informed in writing within 6 weeks of such change. Download the required form below.

Notice of Change of name and/or change of residential and postal address

FORM RR.1

To be completed and submitted by registered social workers, social auxiliary workers, student social workers, student social auxiliary work, child and youth care workers, auxiliary child and youth care workers, student child and youth care workers and student auxiliary child and youth care workers.

 

Certificates

Registration Certificates issued by the South African Council for Social Service Professions provide proof that a person is registered with Council for his or her profession and that his or her name has been entered into the Register for that profession kept by Council in terms of section 19 of the Social Service Professions Act 110 of 1978. The validity of a Registration Certificate and the name of the person to be kept on the Register are subject to the timely payment of annual fees as prescribed.

A person registered with Council is required to display his or her Registration Certificate in his or her office or place where he or she practises the profession he or she is registered for. Persons who are registered for any speciality should also display the Registration Certificate for the speciality.

Duplicates of Registration Certificates may be requested from Council in the prescribed manner and at the prescribed fee. Click here for the procedures that need to be followed.

Registration Card

The South African Council for Social Service Professions issues annual, upon payment of annual fees, a registration card to each practitioner, in addition to the receipt of payment, that indicates that he or she is registered with Council as prescribed by the Social Service Professions Act 110 of 1978. The registration card provides details on the name of the person, registration number, professional status and period registered (one year).

Status Reports

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Receipts

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Enquiries

Please direct registration related enquiries to regtemp7@sacssp.co.za

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