Our HistoryThe South African Council for Administrators was established in September 2011 as a non-Profit organization, a professional body for Administrative Professionals in South Africa both in public and private sector SACA aims to enhance the status of administration profession and to promote the development of administrators and their professional conduct. The South African Council for Administrators strives to ensure that administrative Professionals have the opportunity to connect, learn, lead and excel.
To ensure that Administrators are well recognized as Administrative Professionals to the recognized Professional Body.
To uplift the administrative standards of South African government for efficient and effective service delivery.
Demonstrated by honesty, accountability and ethical behavior consistent with an abiding respect for the dignity and value of individuals..
Demonstrated through listening, understanding and responding to member and stakeholder feedback.
Demonstrated by quality resources that support growth and development of the individual and the profession.
Demonstrated by an inclusive culture that appreciates the value of diverse perspectives, the power of common vision, and equality among peers.
South African Council for Administrators is a Professional Body for Administrative Professionals in South Africa, got the recognition status from SAQA as Professional Body.
Core purpose: to ensure individuals working in office and administrative professions have the opportunity to connect, learn and excel..
It will be widely recognized as Professional Body for Administrative Professionals.
• Increase awareness of Professional Body among Administrative Professionals.
• To make sure that Administrative Professionals are recognized and regarded as Professionals.
• SACA will be a thriving Professional Body for Administrative Professionals who find participation relevant Administrative valuable.
• To award professional designation titles to administrators.
• To promote professional development of administrators.
• To set, maintain and protect professional competency standards for administrators.