Regulating the Profession
Protecting the Public

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Overview

The SADTC is established in terms of the Dental Technicians Act, 1979 (Act No. 19 of 1979), as amended, to regulate the professions of dental technicians and dental technologists, and to protect the interests of the public.

The core values of Council embrace the principles of good corporate governance, as contained in the King III Report on Corporate Governance for South Africa. Council endeavours to comply with the code of King III on all matters relating to corporate governance including finance.

Council endeavours to comply with the code of King III on all matters relating to corporate governance including finance.

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VISION

In delivering on our regulatory mandate we strive:

TO BE A LEADING, WORLD CLASS, JUST AND DYNAMIC REGULATORY BODY FOR THE DENTAL TECHNOLOGY PROFESSION AND FOR ALL SOUTH AFRICANS

MISSION

Our vision will be achieved through providing a regulatory environment with the following mission:

PROVIDING EFFECTIVE AN EFFICIENT GUIDANCE AND MONITOR THE PROFESSION IN A TRANSPARENT MANNER    

VALUES

In keeping with our mandate, the aspirations in the vision and the mission, SADTC has adopted the following organisational values. These values are critical as they are the essence of our organizational culture. Our Values are:

  • PROFESSIONALISM – We undertake to always execute our mandate in a professional manner
  • ACCOUNTABILITY – we take accountability in all decisions that we make in the interest of the profession
  • HONESTY – we undertake to remain honest in all decision and activities that we perform
  • TRANSPARENCY – openness will always be at the centre of every activity and decision that we make
  • ETHICS – ethics will always guide our way of doing our business.

OBJECTIVES

  • To guide the profession and protect the public
  • To influence the profession and achieve integrity and respect of stakeholders
  • To promote and oversee high standards of education, training and innovation for the profession
  • To ensure effective and fair regulation and monitoring of the profession
  • To promote good relations with stakeholders through proper communication
  • To ensure the norms of world class standards and practice
  • To promote of the profession of dental technology
  • To be a transparent organization by applying good corporate governance
  • To liaise and collaborate with similar organizations worldwide
  • To promote development of the professional standards through implementing a continual professional development program for dental technicians
  • To act in the best interest of the profession

Corporate Governance

The core values of Council embrace the principles of good corporate governance, as contained in the King III Report on Corporate Governance for South Africa. Council endeavours to comply with the code of King III on all matters relating to corporate governance including finance.

Councillors

Council members meet four times annually and are responsible for preparing financial statements, executive management and exercising control over the organisation’s activities. The roles of the president and the chief executive officer are separate in accordance with the King III recommendations. The president holds a non-executive office. Council members set the overall policy for the organisation and make decisions on matters of strategic importance.

Announcements

PROGRESS UPDATE ON XOLANI HLOBO DENTAL LABORATORY (AN ILLEGAL OPERATION IN GRAHAMSTOWN)
Click here to download the progress update


NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS OF MEMBERS TO SERVE ON THE SOUTH AFRICAN DENTAL TECHNICIANS COUNCIL IN TERMS OF THE DENTAL TECHNICIANS ACT, 1979 (ACT NO. 19 OF 1979), AS AMENDED.

Click here to download the notice


2018 ROADSHOW SCHEDULE
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EDUCATION INSPECTORS VACANCIES
Click here to download the Inspectors Vacancies advertisement


ANNUAL FEES
Please visit annual fees on our website for the 2018/19 gazetted prices 


ELECTIONS OF MEMBERS OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN DENTAL TECHNICIANS COUNCIL 
Click here to download Board Notice 37 of 2018 


CPD AND REGISTRY UPDATE
Please be notified that all CPD and Registry related inquiries are to be addressed to Miss Louise Fraser. She can be contacted on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


 

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