Child and Youth Care

Child and Youth Care work is a priority in social development service delivery. NICDAM is an important role-player in providing skills development across a range of settings including prisons, hospitals, schools and communities.

NICDAM received HWSETA accreditation for the Further Education and Training Certificate in Child and Youth Care Work (Level 4) SAQA ID number 60209 in 2009. Since then 992 learners have received their Child and Youth Care Qualification endorsed by HWSETA. These learners are from all the provinces of the country.

QUAL SAQA ID LEVEL UNIT STANDARD ID NAME OF THE SKILLS PROGRAMS REG CODE REG DATE REG END DATE
FETC 60209: Child and Youth Care Work 4 US 254181: Demonstrate a basic understanding of the fundamentals of child and youth care
US 254176: Promote and uphold the rights of children and youth
US 254185: Apply basic communication skills in interactions with children and youth at risk
Capacity Development on Orphaned and Vulnerable Children HW/SP/1601046 27/ 10/2016 30/6/2018
FETC 60209: Child and Youth Care Work 4 US 254176: Promote and uphold the rights of children and youth
US 254178: Demonstrate basic caring skills for children and youth at risk
Basic Caring Skills HW/SP/16001293 5/12/2016 30/6/2018
FETC 60209: Child and youth care work 4 US 254181: Demonstrate a basic understanding of the fundamentals of child and youth care
US 254176: Promote and uphold the rights of children and youth
US 254178: Demonstrate basic caring skills for children and youth at risk
US 244581: Describe how to manage substance abuse and addiction in the workplace
Child and Youth Care Work HW/SP/1609121 10/02/2017 30/06/2019

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Learners trained in
CHILD AND YOUTH CARE WORK
Qualification and Skills Programme

quote We want to be sure that NICDAM graduates are not just familiar with the theory about working with children and youth, but are able to implement new skills after training.quote

NICDAM Trainer