Where Can I Study Social Auxiliary Worker In South Africa

What is a Social Auxiliary Worker?

Social Auxiliary Work is a supportive service to social work to achieve the aims of Social Work

Where Can I Study Social Auxiliary Worker In South Africa?

CEFA offers accredited training for Social Auxiliary Workers (SAWs) at NQF level 4. Our full-time Social Auxiliary Worker course lasts 12 months, with learners spending 70% of their time in the field practice.

What are the requirements to study social auxiliary work at Unisa?

Qualification admission requirements

A Senior Certificate (SC) with at least an F symbol in the language of teaching and learning. Applicants should note that this is a selection qualification, in which they will be assessed to ascertain suitability to the profession.

Are social auxiliary workers in demand in South Africa?

A national priority in South Africa is to address the many social development needs prevalent among individuals, families, groups, and communities.

 Social auxiliary work and social work are acknowledged as being essential to addressing these priority social needs.