What is a Child And Youth Care?
Child and Youth Care is a profession that focuses on the developmental needs of children and families within the space and time of their daily lives.
Where Can I Study Child And Youth Care In South Africa?
What do you need to be a childcare worker in South Africa?
Further Education and Training Certificate in Early Childhood Development (NQF Level 4)
Higher Certificate in Early Childhood Development (NQF Level 5)
Diploma in Early Childhood Development (NQF Level 5)
National Senior Certificate /NC(V)
How much do child and youth care workers earn in South Africa?
The average childcare salary in South Africa is R 2 004 246 per year or R 1 028 per hour.
Entry-level positions start at R 510 000 per year, while most experienced workers make up to R 2 390 256 per year.
How do I become a child and youth worker in South Africa?
Learner CYCW – 10 years of school.
Auxiliary CYCW – Further Education Training Certificate (FETC)
Child & Health Care worker – Bachelor’s Degree.
Specialist CYCW – Masters or PhD degrees.