Radio, television, internet, magazines and newspapers all have one thing in common, they provide ways for people to communicate and learn about events and changes throughout the world. With all the technological advancements of this age. Radio broadcasting is a great way of transmitting information and a few companies offer mentorships and radio broadcasting learnerships. It is seen as an easily accessible and essential way to get information to people even in the most remote parts of the world.
Companies offering Radio Broadcasting Learnerships
Radio Broadcasting Learnerships Available
There is a variety of career paths in this industry for talented candidates. Many of the learnerships offered will be for 3-months, 6-months, 12-months or 24-months. These include a monthly allowance or stipend but selected candidates will be responsible for their own transport, accommodation, and meals.
- Radio Engineer
- Radio Programmer
- Radio Production
- Technical Operator
- Sound Operator
- Sound Engineer
- Talk Host
- Sports Broadcaster
Radio Broadcasting Learnerships Requirements
Most companies in this industry that offer learnerships in these fields have common requirements. However, some could have others not mentioned here and candidates must ensure they know what the company requires.
Basic stipulations for radio broadcasting:
- You must be a South African citizen with a valid ID book or ID card
- You must have a Matric certificate and a diploma or degree in the field of application
- Applicants must not be employed or part of another learnership
- Applicants must be computer educated and proficient in English
Successful candidates may be asked to complete an aptitude test and attend an interview. Only those candidates who make the shortlist will be contacted, thus, all contact detail provided must be current. All documents required must be certified copies and not originals. Candidates can also submit a CV and recommendation letters with their application.