Justice College Lecturers will provide Learner guidance and support wherever possible. Learners may contact Lecturers by e-mail or telephone. Face-to-face appointments may be arranged if practicable.
Nominations are received directly by Justice College from Regions, Branches and Chief Directorates.
NB: Individual applications will not be administered by Justice College, as participation in programmes must be in line with an employee’s agreed PDP.
Justice College allows Learners with completed credits from recognised education institutions to apply for credit accumulation transfers.Credit transfers will only be considered if accompanied by an original certified certificate and statement of results containing the SAQA specifications of programmes / qualifications achieved.
Justice College is accredited with SASSETA for the following Qualifications & Skills Programmes:
Justice College is accredited with the PSETA for the following qualifications:
Justice College is accredited with the Services SETA for the following unit standards contained in SAQA 59201:
Learners must lodge a L&D post impact assessment evaluation with Justice College within three months of completing a programme. Both the Learner and his / her supervisor must complete and sign the post impact evaluation and submit same to Justice College.
The purpose of the L&D post impact evaluation is to measure the improvement in the Learner’s work performance after the completion of a Justice College programme.A Learner will not receive a programme certificate unless Justice College has received the referenced post impact assessment evaluation.
Justice CollegeEnquiries: AndGerber@justice.gov.za
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