Is CEFA accredited?

Yes, CEFA – Continuing Education for Africa; is accredited by several accrediting bodies in South Africa. It is important to note that accreditation is a process of evaluating an institution’s academic programs, policies, and procedures to ensure that they meet the standards set by accrediting bodies. Here are some of the accrediting bodies that have accredited Continuing Education for Africa:

  1. South African Qualification Authority (SAQA)
  2. South African Council for Social Service Professions (SACSSP)
  3. Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority (HWSETA)

Established in 2004, Continuing Education for Africa (CEFA) is a proud accredited Training Provider for National Certificates in Community Development (NQF Level 5 – ETDP SETA) and Social Auxiliary Work (NQF Level 4 & 5 – HWSETA). The CEFA my-eLEARNING platform offers students access to a wide variety of registered and credit bearing short courses as well as Continues Professional Development (CPD) courses for professionals

It is recommended that you verify the accreditation status of any educational institution you are considering attending, as it ensures that the institution meets certain quality standards and that your qualifications will be recognized by employers and other educational institutions.