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Recognition and Achievements


Bosasa Youth Development Recognition and Achievements



Over the years, we have been acknowledged for our work in numerous ways:

  • The President’s Award Program: This program was originally established in 1956 as the Duke of Edinburgh's Award. The aim of this is to encourage young people to take responsibility for their own self-development voluntarily. Today this program is run in more than 120 countries with 21 of those situated in Africa.
  • The Association of Private Providers in Education, Training and Development Award: (APPEDT): Established in 1997 is the national body representing the interests of private providers of education, training and development. Bosasa Youth Centers where awarded the following by the APPEDT:
      • Visionaries in the field committed to community development
      • Quality Assurance Award
      • Ethics Award
  • Umalusi Provisional Accreditation: Umalusi sets and monitors standards in general and further education in South Africa in accordance with the further training quality assurance Act of 2001.
  • HWSETA Accreditation as well as an accreditation for (FETC) Further Education and Training Certificate for Child and Youth Care: The Health and Welfare Sector Educational and Training Authority is one of 23 statutory bodies established within the legislative framework of the skills development Act of 1998.
  • Johannesburg World Summit on Sustainable Development - In 2002 Bosasa was privileged to have an exhibition at the each of the 1st Ladies were presented with gifts proudly made by the Bosasa youth.

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Call the Bosasa reception desk on +27 (0)11 662 6000 or email  for more information.

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