Mr Donald Mpholo, Acting Deputy Director-General (ADDG) Corporate Services

Justice College is a critical component within the Branch: Corporate Services and is viewed as central to developing human capacity and enhancing skills and capacity development for all officlas.

The capacity of the DOJ &CD to deliver on its mandate lies in the ability of our employees to undertake their assigned responsibilities as public officals with the necessary skills, knowledge, experience and dedication. This is essential to ensure that our officlas are well trained with technical competencies to ensure that the department is achieving all goals of the Governmnets transformation agenda and achieving the outcomes of the National Developmnet plan (NDP).

Through continuous learning and development of our officals we strive to meet the expectations of our stakehiolders to fulfill our mandate. Justice College is tasked with the effective administration of programmes to ensure the provision of high quality learning and development interventions to address skills shortages within the department and the cluster.

Justice College will offer on demand programmes and is focusing on accessing accrdiated courses and full qualifications. Justice College will forge closer relations with all stakeholders to ensure that our training initatives will contribute to a responsive talent pipline to meet the departmnets skill and capacity developmnte challenges.

The DOJ&CD supports Justice College in its mandate of becoming the legal service provider of choice in the public sector.

MESSAGE FROM THE Acting head of justice college

Adv Bonisiwe Makhene-Gadini

Our primary aim is to offer relevant training and development initatives to create learning pathways for all officlas. All our designed to offer functional skills that enhance the learner’s knowledge, skills and behavioural competencies in all aspects of work directed at legal learning, IT Systems, leadership and management.

Justice College secured its accreditasion and programme approval for a number of qualifications and skills programmes with the SASSETA, MICT SETA, SSETA and PSETA. A number of new initiatives, for example exploring
the use of e-Learning will be gradually introduced with the intention of reducing the main cost drivers related to training and moving towards a blended training approach. Through continuous learning and development of our officials and client departments, we strive towards meeting the expectations of stakeholders and supporting capacity building in line with the National Development Plan and other policy imperatives.

We will strive to improve our services and ensure that all learners will be treated professionally, equally and that training is relevant in developing one’s career, improving service delivery, assisting with transformation and creating learning opportunities.

The Justice College Team looks forward to your participation in our 2020/2021 programme offering.
A special gratitude to all Lecturing and Administrative Support Staff.

Contact Us

Justice College

Tel: 012 320 0208 / 0209 / 0211 / 0213 / 0214 / 0218
Fax: 012 320 0219
Private Bag X 659 PRETORIA, 0001
Locarno House, 317 Francis Baard Street, Pretoria, 0002
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