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Are you an ICT Professional or busy studying in the ICT field?


Why should you become a member of IITPSA?

IITPSA congratulates all the Awards Winners announced at the 2016 IITPSA President’s Awards Breakfast held at Montecasino in Fourways on Thursday 24 November 2016:

IT Personality of the Year: Sbu Shabalala, CEO, AdaptIT

Visionary CIO of the Year: Peter Alkema, CIO, FNB Business Banking

Distinguished Service in ICT Award: Prof Barry Dwolatzky, Director, JCSE

Fellows of the Institute: Prof Andre Calitz, NMMU; Prof Rossouw von Solms (NMMU), Karel Matthee (CSIR)

Did you know …?
Did you know that IITPSA is a South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) recognised professional body for ICT Practitioners in South Africa?

Did you know that the professional designation of the Institute – PMIITPSA (Professional Member of IITPSA) is registered by SAQA on the National Qualifications Framework?  Did you know that all Professional Members commit to an ongoing programme of CPD (Continuing Professional Development) for the rest of their professional careers?

Did you know that, if you are an IITPSA Full Member in good standing with:

* 2 or more years continuous IITPSA membership | *
A three-year ICT related degree (or equivalent) |* 8.3 or more year’s relevant ICT experience

You may meet the requirements to be awarded the grade and designation of Professional Member?

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Please note the following important Dates:

December 19, 2016 – January 6, 2017: Please note that the IITPSA National Offices will be closed from Monday 19 December 2016 to Friday 06 January 2017 inclusive as our hard working staff take their annual break.  We will re-open at 08h00 on Monday 09 January 2017.

January 26, 2017: IITPSA Western Cape Chapter AGMRead more…

What does it mean to be an ICT Professional and Member of IITPSA?

  • Behaving in a professional manner and abiding by the codes of conduct and practice of the Institute.
  • Continuing to develop oneself through the life-long learning (LLL) and continuing professional development (CPD) programmes.
  • Participating in the affairs of the Institute and contributing to the growth and sharing of knowledge and expertise.
  • Helping to mentor and guide young people either entering, or already in the profession.