The University, through the Organisational Health and Wellness office in the Human Resources Department, offers support for its staff members through access to a toll-free telephonic counselling service. As an employee benefit, the University offers the employee and their immediate family (spouse and minor children) members access to a short term counselling service through either the onsite counsellor, or via ICAS (Independent Counselling and Advisory Service), which is the outside service provider offering up to four sessions per household per year.
UCT's toll-free number is:
0801 113 945 and employees can also send a USSD code *134*905# for ICAS to call them back.
Please see the attached detail on how to access the service and how the service works.
Other support available through the Organisational Health section of HR at this time:
- a once off Emotional Impact session that can be arranged for groups with ICAS (external service provider) maximum 15 per group
- a Group Trauma Debriefing, or Emotional Impact session that can be facilitated by Org Health – maximum 15 per group
For any queries in this regard you may contact firstname.lastname@example.org (ext 5685)
Ms Naeema Brey
Client Services Manager| HR Client Services
Room 2.01 | Barnard Fuller Building
Human Resources | University of Cape Town | www.hr.uct.ac.za
+27 21 406 6624
An invitation to all students and staff to exhibit. Photography, drawings, paintings, poems, tableau… all is art!
The PG Diploma is designed to equip child health clinicians to function more effectively at the intersection between child health and clinical care.
We are embarking on a new project drive, with the intention of continuing our success story and encouraging continued staff, across all disciplines, to excel. Our aim is to develop a sustainable culture of continued staff driven improvement.
Given the challenging academic timetable for the remainder of 2016, a number of departments may be considering using blended learning (a mixture of online and face-to-face approaches) to complete the teaching programme.
CILT has created a support and resource guide for UCT lecturers for online teaching, which you can read here:
This may also be of interest to tutors and other staff involved in supporting the teaching and learning process.
CILT has also set up a daily hotseat next week for walk-in advice for educators with any questions about online learning approaches and tools (tutors are also welcome). The hotseat will be:
UCSLC Teaching Lab (Level 4, Steve Biko Building): 12pm - 2pm, Mon 17 - Fri 21 Oct.
These sessions will focus on teaching and learning strategies for online teaching (including assessment) and technical help for Vula, Adobe Connect, and recording lectures. We are also happy to arrange sessions on other UCT campuses on request (depending on demand and venue availability).
The Vula helpdesk can be reached at email@example.com, or 021 650 5500.
Stephen Marquard, Learning Technologies Co-ordinator,
Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching (CILT)
University of Cape Town
Phone: +27-21-650-5037 Cell: +27-83-500-5290
Please take note of the following Campus safety precautions:
- All staff and students to wear shoes that are closed and have suitable tread on the soles to prevent slipping and falling.
- All staff and students who do have a medical aid to carry their cards with them at all times in the case of an accident/emergency.
- All staff/students making use of stairs to ensure they hold on to the handrails if available. If no handrail is present, to ascend/descend stairs carefully and walk close to a supporting wall.
- No member of staff/student is to walk up or down an embankment as these areas are slippery when wet and could cause people to slip and fall resulting in injury.
UCT Faculty of Health Sciences
Health and Safety Manager
Barnard Fuller Building
Anzio Road, Observatory
Tel: +27 (0) 21 650 1086
Cell: 082 520 9070
The FHS Impilo Students Bursary Fund was established to assist students in good academic standing who have difficulty raising additional funds for their studies.