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Sacap launches global division offering micro-credentialsWhile many of us regard higher education as essential for career success, in today's fast-changing world, traditional degree and diploma programmes may not deliver results quickly enough to enhance job security or ensure a critical career advancement. Tertiary educational institutions are increasingly exploring new avenues to faster upskilling through stackable credentials. Known as micro-credentials, digital badges and nanodegrees, these short-term courses are enabling employees to dynamically progress in their careers and gain higher pay because they're able to display their in-demand competencies in a much shorter time-frame. 22 Oct 2021 Read more

How coaching skills ignite potential and performanceExtreme swimmer, Ryan Stramrood joins Sacap free coaching webinar 16 Aug 2021 Read more

Matric 2021 - How to survive and thriveJoin SACAP's free matric Student Study Hack and Parents' Guide to Matric Support webinars 10 Aug 2021 Read more

New visions of social work advocating for environmental justiceSocial workers have long been critical to the healthy functioning of societies. Through the years, the important roles they play had to adapt and synchronise with the times. In today's world of climate crisis and its unequal impacts on people, animal and plant lives, the social work profession is rising to meet new challenges that affect humanity. Social workers already play a vital role in disaster relief, although that focus has been more on helping individuals, families and communities to lessen the impacts in the aftermaths of natural or man-made disasters. The increasing incidences of intense weather events and predictions of what's to come, demand that modern disaster management interventions encompass not only reactive but proactive responses. Like most countries, South Africa experiences a shortage of social workers, yet their role is vital in creating a more just, healthy, safe and sustainable environment. These drivers of social change are highlighting social work as one of the most crucial and globally relevant careers. 4 May 2021 Read more

Helping teachers manage Covid burnout and stress
Sacap offers free mental health toolkit webinar
 6 Apr 2021 Read more

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