The HR groupings are identified as follows:
a. The Board of Trusteesb. Professional Technical (permanent, employed) and Consultantsc. Administrative Staff (permanent, employed) d. Parents, Siblings and other Relatives or Friends of enrolled studentse. Volunteer Helpers f. Supporters and Benefactors (individuals and corporate bodies)
General The foundation payroll numbers some 150 persons. The Foundation is expecting to enlarge its technical volunteer group. These, in any case, include a numberof volunteer facilitators and carers currently active within the Foundation.
Board of TrusteesThe Board of Trustees is responsible for the Foundation. Two trustees haveexecutive roles; one in financial matters, the other in the non-financial aspects.
Professional StaffThe complement includes Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Occupational Therapists,Speech and Language therapists, Facilitators, Carers, Tutors and Trainers. Theseare qualified and experienced practitioners in their respective fields of discipline.
Administrative StaffA full complement of administrative staff is employed in the HR, Accounts andFundraising departments; these, via section managers, answer to a CEO who, in turn, is responsible to the Board of Trustees. Parents, Siblings, other Relatives and FriendsFamily and friends of students are important support elements in guidance and tutoring of enrolled students. Both technical and administrative staff membersinteract with students' families as part and parcel of the methodologies used.Volunteers and HelpersThis support group is called upon when extra workload occurs, such as onoccasions of fundraising events.