National Diploma In Correctional Service In South Africa

This programme equips students to operate at a management level within the Department of Correctional Services. It prepares students for management-level positions, whether at a correctional facility or in national policy-making and strategy.

Below are the list of National Diploma In Correctional Service Schools In South Africa

Diploma in Corrections Management- Unisa


National Diploma of Arts in Correctional Studies- UNIVERSITY OF ZULULAND

The Department of Correctional Services- DUT

How much do correctional officers earn per month in South Africa?

Average Department of Corrections Correctional Officer monthly pay in South Africa is approximately R 15 415, which is 14% above the national average.

How do you become a corrections officer in South Africa?

Minimum Requirements

  1. You must be a South African citizen.
  2. You must be in possession of a Standard 10/Grade 12 Certificate; or.
  3. Be in possession of a Further Education and Training Certificate NQF (Level 4); or.
  4. Have successfully completed the National Certificate in Vocational Studies (NQF Level 4)

What are careers in corrections?

10 Corrections careers to consider

  • Correctional officer. Correctional officers work within jails or prisons to oversee inmates and suspects awaiting trial.
  • Pretrial services officer.
  • Bailiff.
  • Probation officer.
  • Substance abuse counselor.
  • Corrections nurse.
  • Case manager.
  • Chaplain.

How much is the salary of saps?

Average Salary for South African Police Services Employees in South Africa. South African Police Services pays its employees an average of R208,366 a year. Salaries at South African Police Services range from an average of R142,887 to R348,693 a year.