SASSA | Database for unemployed SSP Graduates 2021
South African Council For social service professions
Call for expression of interest (External Advert)
Database for unemployed SSP graduates.
The South African Council for Service Professions call on all unemployed graduates qualified in Social Work, and Child and Youth Care work to register on a database for internship opportunities.
- South African Citizen, Unemployed Graduates ( Currently not signed up for an internship), and Minimum Qualification (as indicated above)
- Must be registered with SACAA
Interested graduates must forward their detailed CV’s and indicate the reference number as stated above.
Applicants are encouraged to visit our Websites and study the act of the Social profession, 110 of 1878 to understand the mandate of the SACSSP before submitting their applications.
Forward CVs with certified copies of qualifications to email@example.com
Closing date: 18 April 2021 at 16h00. No late applications will be considered.
Enquiries: Ms. Alibertinah Thabethe: 012 356 8322
ABOUT THE SOUTH AFRICA COUNCIL FOR SOCIAL SERVICE PROFESSIONS
The South African for Social Service professions (SACSSP) is a statutory established in terms of section 2 of the Social Service Professions Act no. 110 of 1978 The SACSSP has two professional boards under its auspices. i.e. The Professional Board for Social Work and the Professional Board for Child and Youth Care Work. The SACSSP, in conjunction with its two professional boards, guides and regulates the professions of social work and child youth care work in aspects pertaining to registration, education and training, professional conduct and ethical behavior, ensuring continuing professional development, and fostering compliance with professional standards. It is protecting the integrity of the social service professions as well as the interest of the public at large. In order to safeguard the public and indirectly the professions registration in terms of the Act with the SACSSP is a prerequisite for practicing social work and child and youth care work. This includes social workers, social workers, student social workers, student social auxiliary, 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.