Social Auxilliary Work Learnership Programme
The Social Auxiliary Work learnership is a short term learning programme offered by the Department of Social Development.The Social Auxiliary Work learnership programme
is accredited at NQF Level4.The qualification is 30% theory and 70% practical work.Students are required to register with the South African Council of Social Service
Professions as a Social Auxiliary Worker during the learnership.
To qualify for the learnership you must be:
Between the ages 18 and 35,
Be willing to enroll for the Social Auxiliary Work learnership,
Have a grade 12 certificates passed with merit,
Social Work Scholarship Programme targets the following categories of people:
Financially needy students
Unemployed youth between the ages 18 and 35 who wish to enrol for a Social Work BA Degree from level 1 to 4 in a recognised university.
Disadvantaged students who are registered but cannot pay their study fees to compete their Social Work degrees.
Children in foster care and places of safety, who want to pursue a Social Work Degree.
Duration of a Scholarship
The learnership programme is runs for 12 months and will include theory and pratical work experience.
To qualify for the programme, a leaner must complete modules in social walfare resources,human behoviour &relationships,human problems,research,
intervention strategies,communitity development,report writing,judical system,financial matters,communication and an analytical approach
to community issues.Registration with the South African Council of Social Service Professions as a Social Auxiliary Worker during the learnership
is required.NQF Level 7 studies,like Bachelor of Social Work, can be registered after completion of this learnership.
How to Apply
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