Stakeholders

Who is a stakeholder
Current stakeholders
Public
Professional Associations
Higher Education Institutions
Government
Employers
International
SAQA
Stakeholder Enquiries
Who is a stakeholder

COMING SOON

Our website is under construction. We aim to have all information uploaded by the end of June 2019. If you have any enquiries on information that you hoped to find on this page, please send an email to communications@sacssp.co.za

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Current stakeholders

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Our website is under construction. We aim to have all information uploaded by the end of June 2019. If you have any enquiries on information that you hoped to find on this page, please send an email to communications@sacssp.co.za

Thank you for your understanding.

Public

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Thank you for your understanding.

Professional Associations

Professional associations for social workers, social auxiliary workers, student social workers, student social auxiliary workers, 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 are featured on this page. Please contact communications@sacssp.co.za for more information and the procedures to place information and a link on the page. 

Click on the links below for more information about a specific professional association:

For SOCIAL WORKERS

 National Association of Social Workers in South Africa (NASWSA)

Click here to go to their Facebook page.

Association of South African Social Work Education Institutions (ASASWEI)

ASASWEI is an association of schools of social work, other tertiary level social work educational programmes, and social work educators.

Click here to go to their website

South African Association for Social Workers in Private Practice (SAASWIPP)

SAASWIPP is a voluntary professional association of social workers in private practice. Our members are experience qualified social workers, registered with the South African Council of Social Service Professions (SACSSP).

Click here to go to their website

For CHILD AND YOUTH CARE WORKERS

National Association of Child Care Workers (NACCW)

The NACCW believes that the foundation of its work is the establishment and maintenance of a national network of child and youth care workers.

Click here to go to their website

Higher Education Institutions

COMING SOON

Our website is under construction. We aim to have all information uploaded by the end of June 2019. If you have any enquiries on information that you hoped to find on this page, please send an email to communications@sacssp.co.za

Thank you for your understanding.

Government

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Thank you for your understanding.

Employers

COMING SOON

Our website is under construction. We aim to have all information uploaded by the end of June 2019. If you have any enquiries on information that you hoped to find on this page, please send an email to communications@sacssp.co.za

Thank you for your understanding.

International

COMING SOON

Our website is under construction. We aim to have all information uploaded by the end of June 2019. If you have any enquiries on information that you hoped to find on this page, please send an email to communications@sacssp.co.za

Thank you for your understanding.

SAQA

The South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) is responsible for the evaluation and processing of applications for recognition of professional bodies and registration of professional designations for the purposes of the National Qualifications Framework Act 67 of 2008.

The South African Council for Social Service Professions is registered and recognised by SAQA as a statutory professional body (body of expert practitioners in an occupational field) as contemplated in section 29 of the  National Qualifications Framework Act 67 of 2008 (EXCO 08153/15)

For more information visit SAQA’s website here.

Stakeholder Enquiries

Enquiries can be directed to:

The Registrar

South African Council for Social Service Professions

Private Bag X12

Gezina

0031

 

or by email to communications@sacssp.co.za

37 Annie Botha Ave Riviera Pretoria 0084

012 356 8300 | 012 356 8400

communications@sacssp.co.za