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  • Social Development – Vacancies
    Liquor Board Free State Development Corporation Centlec Home Legislative Mandate Delivery Agreement Services Development Research Social Welfare Services Youth Development Directory Resource Centre Annual Performance Strategic Plans Annual Reports Budget Vote Statement Fact Sheets Forms Knowledge Research Policies Service Delivery Charter PAIA Manual Media Room Speeches Media Advisories Statements Media Articles Documents for Public Comment Hlasela TV Event Calendar Photo Gallery About Us Organizational Structure Programmes and Projects Funding of NGO s Social Grants Budget and Procurement Procurement Information Bids Careers Vacancies Learnerships Z83 Form FAQ Social Relief of Distress How to Register an ECD Centre Services for Youth Development Contact Us Locate Us Vacancies Note The following documents are PDF files If you do not have a reader for the PDF format you may either go to PDFreaders org for a free PDF reader or to Adobe Acrobat Reader for a proprietary reader Both alternatives supports several platforms Vacancy Circular March 2012 Vacancy Circuluar November 2011 Vacancy Circular February 2011 Erratum November 2010 Vacancy Circular November 2010 Links Department of Public Service and Administration Department of Social Development Expanded Public Works Programme EPWP National Development Agency Policy Law Economics and Politics South African Council for Social Service Professions Other
    http://www.socdev.fs.gov.za/?page_id=684 (2013-03-20)

  • Social Development – Learnerships
    and on the other hand by analysing the job description of the social worker within the organization The role of a social auxiliary worker entails the following Prevention education and development programmes Life skills education the development of parenting skills education with regard to problem solving the development of decision making skills Stress and conflict management Economic empowerment the strengthening of family units Preparation of programmes for the different stages of the life cycle Recreation programmes for specific people at risk Community based care Direct services aimed at addressing the basic needs such as food clothing and transport support a family where one of the family members is chronically ill with AIDS but could also be of an indirect nature by establishing community based care facilities for example day care facilities for families where a child has a mental disability Practical support Material support arranging for financial aid social grants bursaries food parcels Practical support arranging accommodation employment transport or completing documents where people do not have the skills to do so or making arrangements when a family member has died Emotional support when a person has for example lost his her job or when a family member has died or when a person experiences stress Practical arrangements with regard to meetings or groups for example venues Recruitment of volunteers and assisting in their training Administrative support The opening of index cards for individuals families and communities The keeping of records of the programmes of social workers The keeping of minutes of meeting workshops the handling of the secretariat of committees The keeping of statistics Research Although research is mainly the function of the social worker the social auxiliary worker could assist the social worker with regard to the following The completion of questionnaires Processing research data Acts that a social auxiliary worker should not perform The following are acts that the social auxiliary worker should not perform as formulated and specified in the policy of the SACSSP The social auxiliary worker does not function independently The social worker is responsible for planning services and supervising the social auxiliary worker in implementing the specific tasks allocated to the social auxiliary worker The social auxiliary worker does not provide therapeutic services but provides supportive services The social auxiliary worker may not become involved with statutory services However may assist with reunification services to families The writing of reports regarding statutory or therapeutic interventions is solely the task of the social worker The social auxiliary worker may not be appointed to do the work of a social worker The social auxiliary worker is responsible only for some tasks entrusted to him her by the social worker during the helping process and is not trained to assist client s during the full process from intake to termination The social worker is continually co responsible for the acts of a social auxiliary worker Education and Training of Social Auxiliary Workers The qualification in social auxiliary work is the Further Education and Training Certificate FETC
    http://www.socdev.fs.gov.za/?page_id=1048 (2013-03-20)

  • Social Development – Frequently Asked Questions
    of distress from the government if you are in a crisis situation This could be due to the following factors You need help while you wait for the children s grants to be processed by government A crisis or disaster has occurred e g your house has burnt down You do not qualify for a grant and you are in a desperate situation You are unable to work because you are medically unfit this means you are sick for less than six months You are unable to get maintenance from the other parent of the child or children The breadwinner in the family has died The breadwinner has been sent to prison for a short time less than six months You have been affected by a disaster but the area or community in which you live has not been declared a disaster area The Social Relief of Distress may be in the form of a food parcel or a voucher to buy food Some provinces give this assistance in the form of cash Social Relief of Distress is given for a short time only usually for up to three months and sometimes for six months Apply for social relief of distress at your nearest Social Security office Submit your application with the following documents our 13 digit bar coded identity document and you children s birth certificates If you do not have an identity document and birth certificates an affidavit from your local police station chief councillor or religious leader may be enough proof Show proof that you have applied for a grant have had an emergency e g provide a police report that your house burnt down have tried to get maintenance have no other support are married divorced or single have a short term medical disability Social Assistance
    http://www.socdev.fs.gov.za/?page_id=393 (2013-03-20)

  • Social Development – Social Relief of Distress
    a crisis situation This could be due to the following factors You need help while you wait for the children s grants to be processed by government A crisis or disaster has occurred e g your house has burnt down You do not qualify for a grant and you are in a desperate situation You are unable to work because you are medically unfit this means you are sick for less than six months You are unable to get maintenance from the other parent of the child or children The breadwinner in the family has died The breadwinner has been sent to prison for a short time less than six months You have been affected by a disaster but the area or community in which you live has not been declared a disaster area What do you get The Social Relief of Distress may be in the form of a food parcel or a voucher to buy food Some provinces give this assistance in the form of cash Social Relief of Distress is given for a short time only usually for up to three months and sometimes for six months Where do I apply for Social Relief of Distress Apply for social relief of distress at your nearest Social Security office Submit your application with the following documents our 13 digit bar coded identity document and you children s birth certificates If you do not have an identity document and birth certificates an affidavit from your local police station chief councillor or religious leader may be enough proof Show proof that you have applied for a grant have had an emergency e g provide a police report that your house burnt down have tried to get maintenance have no other support are married divorced or single have a short term
    http://www.socdev.fs.gov.za/?page_id=871 (2013-03-20)

  • Social Development – How to Register an ECD Centre
    Delivery Charter PAIA Manual Media Room Speeches Media Advisories Statements Media Articles Documents for Public Comment Hlasela TV Event Calendar Photo Gallery About Us Organizational Structure Programmes and Projects Funding of NGO s Social Grants Budget and Procurement Procurement Information Bids Careers Vacancies Learnerships Z83 Form FAQ Social Relief of Distress How to Register an ECD Centre Services for Youth Development Contact Us Locate Us How to Register an ECD
    http://www.socdev.fs.gov.za/?page_id=875 (2013-03-20)

  • Social Development – Services for Youth Development
    Policies Service Delivery Charter PAIA Manual Media Room Speeches Media Advisories Statements Media Articles Documents for Public Comment Hlasela TV Event Calendar Photo Gallery About Us Organizational Structure Programmes and Projects Funding of NGO s Social Grants Budget and Procurement Procurement Information Bids Careers Vacancies Learnerships Z83 Form FAQ Social Relief of Distress How to Register an ECD Centre Services for Youth Development Contact Us Locate Us Services for Youth
    http://www.socdev.fs.gov.za/?page_id=876 (2013-03-20)

  • Social Development – Contact Us
    2224 Fax 051 873 2014 Address Boiketlong Old Age Home 4701Poloko Road Thaba Nchu Thekolohelong Old Age Home Contact Person Me Plaatjie Tel 058 713 0061 50 Fax 058 713 2811 4160 Address Thekolohelong Welfare Centre Phatswane Street Phuthaditjhaba 2 SECURE CARE CENTRES Bloem Secure Care Centre Contact Person Ms Rossouw Tel 051 434 3010 Address Bloem Secure Care Centre 28 Drente Road Ehrlichpark Bloemfontein Mangaung One Stop Child Justice Contact Person Ms Seape Tel 051 434 1904 Address Mangaung One Stop Child Justice 28 Drente Road Ehrlichpark Bloemfontein Matete Matches Contact Person Mr Diamond Tel 056 212 3445 6 Fax 056 212 3448 Address Matete Matches Smaldeel Road Kroonstad 3 CHILD CARE AND PROTECTION SERVICES Leratong Childrens Home Contact Person Me Skosana Tel 058 713 1824 1201 Fax 058 713 6110 Address Leratong Childrens Home Mokheti Street Phuthaditjhaba Tshireletsong Child and Youth Care Centre and Place of Safety Contact Person Me Pottas Tel 051 410 6968 Address Tshireletsong Child and Youth Care Centre and Place of Safety Gate 8 Lovedale Street Batho Location Bloemfontein Office of the MEC Private Bag X4424 Bloemfontein 9300 Tel 051 400 0302 3 Fax 051 400 0211 E mail liaut socdev fs gov za Contact details of the Head of Department Telephone 051 4000308 Fax 051 4000224 Contact Details of the Department Office Physical Address Postal Address Switchboard Fax Provincial Office Old Mutual Building Next to Hoffman Square Maitland StreetBloemfontein Dept Social DevelopmentPrivate Bag X20616Bloemfontein9300 051 409 0555 051 407 0770 Fezile Dabi KGI Building 20 Cross Street Kroonstad P O Box 1122 Kroonstad 9500 056 212 3295056 216 8000 056 212 3203 Lejweleputswa 117 Stateway Sanlam BuildingWelkom P O Box 229 Welkom 9460 057 916 8700 051 916 8777 Motheo Thusanong Building Dr Belcher RoadBloemfontein P O Box 695 Bloemfontein 9300 051 403
    http://www.socdev.fs.gov.za/?page_id=22 (2013-03-20)

  • Social Development – Locate Us
    Nala Mangaung Metro Xhariep Kopanong Letsemeng Mohokare Naledi Entities Free State Tourism Authority Free State Gambling Liquor Board Free State Development Corporation Centlec Home Legislative Mandate Delivery Agreement Services Development Research Social Welfare Services Youth Development Directory Resource Centre Annual Performance Strategic Plans Annual Reports Budget Vote Statement Fact Sheets Forms Knowledge Research Policies Service Delivery Charter PAIA Manual Media Room Speeches Media Advisories Statements Media Articles Documents for Public Comment Hlasela TV Event Calendar Photo Gallery About Us Organizational Structure Programmes and Projects Funding of NGO s Social Grants Budget and Procurement Procurement Information Bids Careers Vacancies Learnerships Z83 Form FAQ Social Relief of Distress How to Register an ECD Centre Services for Youth Development Contact Us Locate Us Locate Us Navigate with this Map and get directions to our Offices You can also use the YELLOW GUY to see the street view Maitland Street has been renamed as Charlotte Maxeke street Links Department of Public Service and Administration Department of Social Development Expanded Public Works Programme EPWP National Development Agency Policy Law Economics and Politics South African Council for Social Service Professions Other Links Friends of The Poor GEMS Hlasela tv SASSA South African Revenue Services State Information
    http://www.socdev.fs.gov.za/?page_id=447 (2013-03-20)