The EAPASA Constitution allows for the establishment of committees, and the board may delegate powers and impose conditions as it sees fit. The following committees are established -


A Registration Committee, responsible for

  • maintaining a register of EAPs;
  • deciding the outcome of applications for registration or re-registration
  • referring complaints to the Professional Conduct Committee


A Professional Conduct Committee, responsible for

  • investigating complaints and/or conducting hearings
  • deciding on disciplinary measures or sanctions


A Standards and Criteria Committee, responsible for reviewing the standards, criteria and procedures of the - Registration Committee

  • Professional Conduct Committee
  • Professional Development Committee


A Professional Development Committee responsible for -

  • creating an enabling environment for - 
    • professional development
    • mentoring of registered EAP
  • transformation charter


A Public Relations Committee responsible for -

  • liaising with the media
  • public relations guidelines
  • strategies to promote EA Practice and principles