CEFA, Continuing Education For Africa, is an accredited training course for the young learners in otder to get SAW at NQF level 4. This course will help the learners to spend for about 70% of their time doing the practical tasks. This Social Auxiliary Worker learnership usually takes 12 months. By the time they have completed the learnership, they will be able to pursue a career as Social Auxiliary Worker in a wide range of non-government institutions.
It will be a good leap for those who wish to gain benefits from the network of Social Workers, Mentors and Facilitators across South Africa. This learnership will get the assistance from the professionals who will pay attention on the progress for all the learners.
In the following, there are the complete details of the learnerships and what to consider before making sure to take part in it. Check this information and visit the link to get to know more.
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Job Title: Social Auxiliary Worker Learnership
Location: Limpopo, Gauteng, Eastern Cape and Western Cape
Type of work: Full time 12 months
- Having the minimum of Grade 10, 11 or 12 Certificate is acceptable to apply (providing that the application has been approved by CEFA Selection Committee)
- The applicants have to be a volunteer with or employed with a welfare organization
- Being able to complete the duration of the learnership
As there are two types of the course based on the learning method that the learners choose, there will be two different costs as well. The first course is face to face course and my-eLEARNING. For the payment in advanced in a bulk, the learners will get 5% discount. Therefore, the face to face which used to be R21 400 becomes R20 330. Mye-LEARNING which used to be R20 500 becomes R19 475.
In addition, the installment is also available for 12 equal payment. The learners will need to add R800 + R6 200. The details would be:
Face to face : R 21 400.00 = R 800.00 + R 6 200.00 + (R 1 200.00 x 12 paid monthly)
my-eLEARNING: R 20 500.00 = R 800.00 + R 6 200.00 + (R 1 125.00 x 12 paid monthly)
In fulfilling all the application requirements, these documents are obligatory to prepare during the application processes.
- A complete application form
- A certified copy of Identity Document
- A comprehensive CV
- A certified copy of highest school qualifications
- Police clearance
These documents need to submit without delay to this following address.
The Manager: Teaching and Learning
PO Box 173
021 873 3998
Alternatively, you can apply through email as well. You can submit all the documents to [email protected]. However, if you wish you hand deliver your documents, you can send to 47 Bain Street, Wellington between 08.30 and 16.30.
For more information related to the Social Auxiliary Worker Learnership, the applicants can refer to 2020 Fees Booklet on the this link.
There is no closing date for this learnership. However, the course starts in July. Therefore, it would be better to submit all the documents beforehand.