On 3 February 2020 CSI Africa will open the doors of a new office dedicated to help educators through the South African Council for Educators (SACE) membership registration process. This service will enable membership applicants to submit their applications on the same day.
SACE registration is required for educators of all types, and typically involves a lengthy process. This includes obtaining a police clearance certificate – which may take up to three weeks or longer – as well as document certification.
From the Centurion-based premises (located opposite SACE offices), CSI Africa delivers assistance with the entire SACE registration / registration renewal process, including:
- 1-hour police clearance
- Certification of documents
- SACE application forms
Aside from generous assistance to ensure that all registration documentation is up to SACE standards, the key to CSI Africa’s one-day service lies in its 1-hour SACE-accepted police clearance reports.
In the context of the SACE registration process, a Police Clearance Report serves the same purpose as an official Police Clearance Certificate as issued by the South African Police Service. The main difference is that usage of a Police Clearance Report is restricted to a smaller number of use cases, such as SACE registration, NCR application, Pre-Employment screening to name a few.
Educators in need of assistance with the SACE registration process can visit CSI Africa at the following address, Monday to Friday from 8AM to 4PM:
Futurum Office Park, Block D
251 Lenchen Avenue