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SACE is the professional council for educators, that aims to enhance the status of the teaching profession through appropriate Registration, management of Professional Development and inculcation of a Code of Ethics for all educators.   

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SACE GUIDELINES FOR DEVELOPING THE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PORTFOLIO (PDP)

The PDP is a resource document designed to assist each educator’s professional growth. It will contain:
  • Guidance on identifying and analysing your professional development needs.
  • A template to assist you in designing your Professional Development Plan (which is reviewable every year)
  • Guidance on the kind of professional development activities / programmes you can participate in to address your professional development needs.
  • Reflection on how the PD activities contributed towards your professional practice and competence
  • A record and evidence of your participation in PD activities and PD points earned.  To download the PDP Guidelines and PDP Template for Principals and Deputy Principals please click here. 

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CATALOGUE OF APPROVED PROVIDERS AND ENDORSED ACTIVITIES FOR CPTD

The catalogue seeks to provide access to relevant information including: 

  • Names of Providers
  • Summary providing more detail on the Provider and their areas of specialisation
  • Contact details of the Providers
  • Provinces where they are located
  • Provinces and Districts where they conduct their activities and programmes
  • Titles of the Activities offered by Providers
  • Brief summaries giving more information on each activity
  • The duration of the activity
  • The amounts of PD points that will be accumulated by enrolling in these activities.

There are three versions of the catalogue and to download please click here: Catalogue 1 and Catalogue 2

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SACE CALL ON HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS (HODs) TO SIGN-UP FOR CPTD SYSTEM

Dear esteemed educator, welcome back after a well-deserved holiday. We trust that 2014 will be prosperous with good success. All Heads of Departments (HODs) are reminded to sign-up for the CPTD System. SACE started rolling out the CPTD Management System to the Principals and Deputy Principals as the 1st Cohort from the beginning of 2014.  In addition, during 2014 all School Heads of Departments (HODs) – who also constitute the 2nd Cohort – will go through the CPTD orientation and sign-up process and start earning professional development points from self-initiated, school-initiated and externally initiated professional development programmes / activities from January 2015.

Please do so by completing the following form and sending it back to us at member@sace.org.za (email) or 086 571 5260 (fax-to-email).  All Principals and Deputy Principals who have not signed up during 2013 are reminded to urgently sign up since this is their first year of accumulation of CPTD points. Head of Department (HOD) Profile Form.

In order to determine your professional development needs as Heads of Departments (HODs), all HODs are kindly requested to participate in our research study. You can do so by completing the following questionnaire: HODs Professional Development Questionnaire.  

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