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: CORRECTIONAL SERVICES- TUT
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?
- You must be a South African citizen.
- You must be in possession of a Standard 10/Grade 12 Certificate; or.
- Be in possession of a Further Education and Training Certificate NQF (Level 4); or.
- 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.
- Probation officer.
- Substance abuse counselor.
- Corrections nurse.
- Case manager.
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.