EAPA-SA Book

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EAP AND EAPA-SA HISTORY PUBLICATION

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WE ARE MAKING HISTORY
The Employee Assistance Professionals Association of South Africa (EAPA-SA) as a professional body is moving towards its next milestone as it celebrates 20 years of existence.

Prof Lourie Terblanche of the University of Pretoria and past President of the Association has taken on the mammoth task of documenting this journey, whilst acknowledging all key role-players.

 

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CHAPTER 1:
General introduction to the history of Employee Assistance Programmes (EAPs) in South Africa
CHAPTER 2:
National Employee Assistance Professionals Committee of the Institute for Personnel Management of Southern Africa (IPM of Southern Africa)
CHAPTER 3:
Constituting the Employee Assistance Professionals Association of South Africa (EAPA-SA)
CHAPTER 4:
EAPA-SA Board Activities
CHAPTER 5:
Employee Assistance Programmes in practice
CHAPTER 6:
EAP training and research in South Africa
CHAPTER 7:
Exposure to EAPs internationally

YOU HOLD THE KEY

Avoid being left out and enjoy belonging to something that is greater than the sums of its parts. Discover how your contribution can create a shift for greater impact in the South African economy and unlock the next level of achievement which will contribute to workplaces in SA.

BE THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE

EAPA-SA is the official voice of the Employee Assistance (EA) profession in South Africa. It seeks to ensure the highest level of professional standards, ethics and continuing development of Employee Assistance Programmes.
EAPA-SA with it’s 500 individual members and 28 registered service providers request you to take a stand and add your voice to the celebrations and contribute in the landscape of the EAP and the EAPA- SA History Project.

EAPA-SA as a branch since 1997 of EAPA Incorporated, based in Washington DC, and a certified professional association with the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). EAPA-SA provides strategic direction and professional development for professionals through active local chapters based in Pretoria, Johannesburg, East London, Port Elizabeth, Western Cape, KZN, Limpopo, Free State and North-West. These Chapters provide professionals, service providers, organisations and companies with networking opportunities at the various hosted events around the country.

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