The Registration Committee was established in 2012. The mandate of the Registration Committee is to establish a register of competent and reputable EAPs in accordance with Section 24H Regulations of NEMA.

 

The primary responsibility of this committee in terms of Clause 10.3.1 of the Constitution is:

  • maintain a register of EAPs;
  • decide the outcome of applications for registration or re-registration of EAPs;
  • refer complaints received to the Professional Conduct Committee;
  • consider possible amendments to the Code of Ethical Conduct and Practice
  • maintain a roster of experienced registered EAPs who agree to act as independent assessor, and allocate assessors for review of applications.

 

Functions, Roles & Responsibilities:

  • to finalise guidelines, systems and procedures for registration, sanctions and discipline and publicise;
  • undertake a feasibility assessment for the registration of the EAP sector to establish demand for registration, potential uptake,
  • costing and capacity requirements and registration fees;
  • develop a plan for ensuring adequate capacity to conduct RPL assessments will be available, including referees for assignment to registration applications;
  • finalise registration applications forms and manual;
  • develop an information management system and database to support the register of REAPs;
  • establish and maintain web-based electronic registration application system;
  • plan and implement a communications strategy for publicising the registration board, key principles, registration criteria and
  • standards, dates and deadlines for applications as well as procedures for registration;
  • announce the readiness of EAP registration system through media adverts and broad communication;
  • schedule and hold four meetings of registration committee annually;
  • set up, update and maintain an accurate register of REAPs and Candidate EAPs past and present;
  • set up and implement system to ensure all documentation required by registration committee is prepared timeously; and
  • set up and implement system to notify all applicants of the outcome of applications with reasons where relevant within two weeks of decisions by the Registration Committee.


A Rule Book has been compiled which contains the procedures and rules established for the operation of the Association and the Board.

 

 

Committee Members:

Ms Sibusisiwe Hlela (Chairperson), Ms Chumisa Thengwa, Mr Khangwelo Desmond Musetsho, Mr Malcolm Moses, Ms Lulama Daniels, Mr Danie Neumann, Mr Siyabonga Gqalangile.