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HWSETA Registered Qualifications

Health and Welfare SETA NQF Qualifications

This is a list of qualifications extracted from the Health and Welfare SETA website.

Becoming HW SETA Accredited

If you wish to become accredited for any of the qualifications listed below you will do so with the HWSETA.

Becoming a Learner on a HW SETA Qualification

Are you a potential learner who wants to complete one of these qualifications? Follow these steps:

  • Copy the qualification name (It’s the bold writing in the first column), drop it into the google search bar and do a search. The search results will give you the websites of training organisations offering the qualification. You can also search for providers listed on SAQA by adding ‘SAQA’ to the qualification name and then doing a search.
  • The SAQA qualification should be the first link that pops up. Click on the SAQA qualification.
  • When it opens, scroll down to the bottom of the qualification till you see ‘LEARNING PROGRAMMES RECORDED AGAINST THIS QUALIFICATION’ and ‘PROVIDERS CURRENTLY ACCREDITED TO OFFER THESE LEARNING PROGRAMMES’
  • There should be tables listing accredited service providers. Contact them and ask about learnership or skills program opportunities.
  • If you need to understand what NQF level you’re on, take a look at this infographic explaining National Qualification Framework (NQF) levels.
Qualification Title Qual ID Credits NQF Level
General Education and Training Certificate: Ancillary Health Care: Provides learner with fundamental skills required to perform community health functions under the supervision of a registered health worker. 49606 134 1
General Education and Training Certificate: Adult Basic Education and Training: Ancillary Health Care: Provides learners with the fundamental basics of general education learning by acquiring knowledge, skills and values in areas of ancillary health care 73250 120 1
National Certificate: Theology and Ministry: Provides learner with basic Christianity concepts that will help transform troubled societies. 48891 120 2
National Certificate: Victim Empowerment and Support: Provides the learner with an understanding of the Victim Empowerment sector to empower him/herself and the community. 49279 120 2
National Certificate: Occupational Health, Safety and Environment: Provides learners with a broad understanding and knowledge of Occupational Health, Safety and Environment  (HSE) which will enable them to function in a safe and healthy workplace. 64149 120 2
National Certificate: Community Health Work: Provides the learner with self and social awareness along with skills that will help him/her better understand the ancillary health care field in various community contexts. 64749 140 2
National Certificate: Occupational Health, Safety and Environment: Health: Enables learners to identify, monitor, advise and report on occupational health factors, which may have a detrimental effect on the health of workers in the workplace 74289 120 2
National Certificate: Occupational Health, Safety and Environment: Safety: Provides learners with skills and knowledge that will help identify, monitor, advise and report on occupational safety factors, which may have a harmful effect on the safety of workers in the workplace. 74290 120 2
National Certificate: Occupational Health, Safety and Environment: Environment: Provides learners with an understanding and knowledge of Occupational Health, Safety and Environment  (HSE), with a specific focus on environmental issues that may arise in the workplace. 74291 120 2
National Certificate: Victim Empowerment: Follows on from the registered National Certificate  – Victim Empowerment and Support; where the learner will apply in-depth understanding of the Victim Empowerment Sector focusing on individuals, groups and communities. 49688 127 3
National Certificate: Occupational Hygiene and Safety: Introduces the learner to concepts of occupational hygiene and safety and the importance thereof. 50062 144 3
National Certificate: Community Health Work: Learners are provided with thinking and problem solving skills to better understand the ancillary health care field in various community contexts 64769 140 3
Further Education and Training Certificate: Social Auxiliary Work: Provides learner with basic understanding and knowledge of the South African context within which social services are required 23993 180 4
Further Education and Training Certificate: Social Security Administration:  Offers the learner knowledge and skills within the Social Security context, who will after completion, be able to specialise in areas of ethics, supervision and policy, as well as sector awareness. 48960 140 4
Further Education and Certificate: Theology and Ministry: Provides learners who have the required competence to serve as leaders in Christian communities by exploring Christianity concepts that will aid in transforming troubled societies. 49057 120 4
Further Education and Training Certificate: Counseling: Aims to develop learners who know the scope of practice and will meet the needs of a wide variety of work roles including traditional healers, career counsellors, trauma counsellors, etc. 49256 140 4
Further Education and Training Certificate: Gender Practice: Provides the learner with gender-transformative skills which will contribute to reducing gender-based violence and stereotypical images conveyed by media. 49836 152 4
Further Education and Training Certificate: Victim Empowerment Coordination:  Follows on from the registered National Certificate:  Victim Empowerment;  where learners are required to apply Victim Empowerment skills in their communities and organisations. 49872 146 4
Further Education and Training Certificate: Probation Work: Provides the learner with probation work experience coupled with community-based  learning, which equips him/her for their role as an assistant probation officer. 50041 142 4
Further Education and Training Certificate: Occupational Hygiene and Safety: Provides learners with essential skills of identifying, evaluating, advising and reporting on occupational hygiene and safety factors. 50063 145 4
Further Education and Training Certificate: Child and Youth Care Work: Provides practical experience and community-based learning which will equip the learner for a role as an auxiliary child and youth care worker. 60209 165 4
Further Education and Training Certificate: Community Health Work: Provides learner with a range of awareness and competences to practice within a community development context, assisting communities to better manage their own health and wellness. 64697 156 4
Further Education and Training Certificate: Community Development: Provides the learner with the necessary skills and competencies to develop communities with the aim of creating a better life for all. 67509 125 4
Further Education and Training Certificate: Public Awareness Promotion of Dread Disease  and HIV/ AIDS: Presents health care workers with the necessary skills that will help individuals manage the HIV/AIDS pandemic and any other dread disease and to understand and accept the condition. 74410 166 4
Further Education and Training Certificate: Community Development: HIV/AIDS  : Provides  the learner with the necessary skills and competencies to develop communities with specific focus on eradicating the HIV/AIDS pandemic in communities 76986 125 4
Further Education and Training Certificate: Community Development: Victim Empowerment: Provides the learner with the necessary skills and competencies to develop communities with specific focus on empowering individuals in communities that have suffered from harm, trauma, and material loss through violence, crime etc. 76988 125 4
Further Education and Training Certificate: Occupational Hygiene and Safety: Provides learners with the necessary skills and knowledge that will help them identifying problems and initiate actions regarding workplace hazards and risks. 79807 145 4
Further Education and Training Certificate: Institutional-Based Care: Provides learners with the necessary skills and knowledge that will aid in caring for institutionalised persons in various communities 80447 120 4
Certificate: Basic Counselling Skills: Provides learner with basic counselling techniques and how to apply these in the therapeutic process 21128 120 5
Certificate: Methods of Counselling: Explores the variety of psychological theories, methods and practices used in the therapeutic process 21133 120 5
National Diploma: Occupational Safety: Enables learners to identify, monitor, advise and report on occupational safety factors, which may have a harmful effect on the safety of workers in the workplace. 58786 242 5
Higher Certificate: Diagnostic and Procedural Coding: Provides learner’s access to Clinical Coding that is essential to the healthcare industry  which will lead to employment in occupations that involve Clinical Coding, data collection, data editing and data capturing. 66389 120 5
National Certificate: Community Development: General : Provides  the learner with the necessary skills and competencies to develop communities with employment opportunities in public, non-profit and private sectors in the field. 83386 147 5
National Certificate: Community Health: Provides learner with critical understanding  of community health needs that will assist communities better manage their own health and wellness. 83387 147 5
National Certificate: Community Development: Victim Empowerment: Provides the learner with an understanding of the Victim Empowerment sector to empower him/herself and the community. 83397 147 5

More Information about Health and Welfare

Click this link to read the list of all training opportunities available by different SETAs in 2016

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