The Public Relations Committee's mandate is dictated by Clause 10.3.4of the EAPASA Constitution. The Committee is responsible for maintiaing the website, liasing with media and making recommendations on media and public relations guidelines and strategies to the Board. 

 

Committee Members:

Ms Lulama Daniels (Chairperson), Ms Snowy Makhudu, Ms Chumisa Thengwa

 

Expression of interest: EAPASA Assessors

 

In anticipation of being appointed by the Minister as the Registration Authority, the Board is in the process of readying itself to be able to register EAPs. The Board invites experienced practitioners to express their interest in assisting the Board with the registration of EAPs.

 

 

 

 

EAPASA Board update
to Academic Institutions

A key component of the quality assurance process for our emerging profession is the accreditation of academic programmes that offer instruction in Environmental Assessment (EA). While the approach adopted by EAPASA for the registration of existing practitioners will be based on recognition of prior learning, in future – at a date still to be determined – persons applying to EAPASA for registration as Candidate EAPs will have to be graduates of an accredited academic programme.

EAPASA applauds DEA's newest regulations

The Board of the Environmental Assessment Practitioners Association of South Africa (EAPASA) applauds the swift action of the Department of Environmental Affairs in today’s gazetting of the Registration Authority Regulations as prescribed in Section 24H of the National Environmental Management Act (1998).

Committee Members

The Public Relations Committee comprises: 
Ms Mercia Komen (Chairperson)
Ms Chumisa Thengwa 
Ms Snowy Makhudu
Mr Sibonelo Mbanjwa

Call for Proposals:
Registrar

REGISTRAR FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT PRACTITIONERS ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH AFRICA (EAPASA)
EAPASA invites applications from suitably qualified individuals/service providers to apply to fulfil the functions of a Registrar for the Association. The appointment will be for a period of 12 months and will be reviewed on the basis of performance

Expression of interest:
EAPASA Assessors

In anticipation of being appointed by the Minister as the Registration Authority, the Board is in the process of readying itself to be able to register EAPs.  The Board invites experienced practitioners to express their interest in assisting the Board with the registration of EAPs.