Glencore Learnerships (Xstrata) Mining Learnerships 2020 -2021

This global company has a variety of resources that it mines.? They have mining operations not only in South Africa?but also in other countries around the world and offer talented candidates great Glencore learnerships.

They offer stability with a great future.? It is vital to them to develop and maintain a global workforce of skilled workers.? They are keen on aiding talented young individuals?to reach their goals in life.? Their main headquarters is situated in Sydney, Australia.

They offer great opportunities, motivate students and deliver fulfilling careers.? Their operations include research, finance, administration, engineering and so much more.

Glencore?Learnerships Available

There are numerous learnerships within this sector, some career paths may include the following options:

Glencore Learnerships Requirements

Candidates must include a detailed curriculum vitae with contact details, contactable references as well as any information they feel may be pertinent to their application.? Candidates must be permanent South African residents and citizens.? Please also include certified copies of all relevant certificates, ID, and proof of address no older than three months.

Most candidates will also be required to have the following:

  • Matric with relevant trade N2 or N3
  • Mathematics and Science
  • English, read, write and speak
  • Computer literate
  • Candidates must not have a permanent employment
  • Be self-motivated and a team player
  • Must be medically fit
  • Flexibility with a commitment to learn, but moreover willingness to work
  • Must undergo an aptitude test / psychometric assessment

Candidates who apply will also be checked for the following:

  • Any and all credit records
  • All criminal record
  • Any registered employees dismissal processes
  • All references with previous employers
  • Any falsification of documentation

Glencore Learnerships Application

Learnerships online applications processes are made available during the year on a variety of websites.? Each plat or mine have their own HR departments, therefore, such programs are advertised on sites such as Indeed, Career Junction and more.? Alternatively, you can visit www.glencorexstrata.comor their Graduate Page.

Xstrasta Learnerships (Glencore) Closing Date

Some of these open in October and close in December, where others open in December and close in January of the following year.

The Toyota Learnership Programme 2020 -2021

Toyota Learnership Program

Toyota South Africa and Toyota Financial Services South Africa (TFSSA) offer individuals from different communities across South Africa various Toyota learnership opportunities every year. These Toyota learnerships form part of the government?s National Skills Development Strategy to create skills and ease poverty and unemployment.

Toyota is a diversified, international corporate leader that has an established set of values, beliefs, principles and business methods which they call ?The Toyota Way.? The two main pillars that support ?The Toyota Way? are Continuous Improvement and Respect for People.

Toyota Learnerships are open to those with the necessary qualification required for the learnership in question. All learnerships consist of both theoretical and practical training and are run according to Unit Standards set out by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA).

Toyota learnerships are offered in various disciplines and at various times of the year, so it is difficult to give the details of all the learnerships, but here are two examples of Toyota learnerships offered.

Toyota Financial Services SA Learnership

This is a Short Term Insurance Learnership for those seeking to gain experience in the Financial Services sector. Learners will be based in Sandton, Johannesburg.

Requirements

There are certain requirements for being accepted into this learnership:

Minimum Requirements

  • Candidates must be a South African citizen in possession of a valid SA ID
  • You must have a valid certified copy of a Grade 12 Certificate with a minimum pass of 60% in English AND a minimum pass of 50% in Accounting or a minimum of 50% Mathematics OR a minimum of 60% in Maths Literacy.
  • Applicants must provide a positive recommendation or official testimonial from a previous school, learning institution, or religious institution
  • You must not be permanently employed
  • Applicants must be younger than 30 years of age as at 1 February 20xx
  • You must have effective written and verbal English communication skills

Other Requirements

  • You must have a clear credit (ITC) and no criminal record
  • Candidates must present a professional image
  • You must not currently be participating in a learnership
  • Applicants must not be involved in any other studies between 1 Jan 20xx and 31 Dec 20xx
  • Persons with a disability must provide a medical certificate confirming the nature of the disability.

A monthly allowance of R3 500 will be paid to the successful applicants for the duration of the learnership.

Application Process

If you are interested and meet the above criteria you can e-mail your application to recruitment@ticonsulting.co.za

Remember to attach a copy of your CV and Certified Copies of your Identity Document and Senior Certificate.

Closing Date:?August

Toyota Mechatronics NQF Level 2 Learnership

This is a Learnership for those seeking to be trained in various technical disciplines. It is for a period of 8.5 months and successful learners will be awarded a Mechatronics NQF Level 2 certification.

Qualifications and Experience

Applicants must have minimum Educational Qualification in one of the following fields:

  • Mechanical Trades: NTC3 or Technical Matric with the following subject:
    • Maths & Engineering Science (Compulsory)
    • Engineering Drawing/ Graphic Design
    • And a trade-related subject.
  • Electrical Trade: NTC3 or Technical Matric with the following subject:
    • Maths & Engineering Science (Compulsory)
    • Electro-Technology/ Industrial Electronics
    • And a trade-related subject.

Competencies

  • All applicants must show adaptability
  • Applicants must have great analytical ability
  • Candidates must have good communication skills
  • Applicants must have excellent planning and organizing skills

?Toyota Learnership?Application Process

You can apply online?by clicking on this link. Click Artisan and follow the links

Toyota Learnership Information

Applications for the above learnerships have already closed, but more will open later in the year, or early in 20xx. ?You can keep checking whether there are learnerships open for application yet by checking in your local newspapers, looking on the SAQA website, by going to the Toyota Financial Services South Africa website, or by checking other websites such as the Careers Portal website.

In order to apply for a Toyota Learnership you can check for available learnerships on the Toyota Website.

Are you interested in other Learnerships? Take a look at our full list of Learnerships South Africa has to offer.

MQA Learnership Programme 2020 -2021

MQA Learnerships

Every year the Mining Qualifications Authority (MQA) offers individuals from different communities various MQA?learnership opportunities. These learnerships form part of the government?s National Skills Development Strategy to create skills and ease poverty and unemployment.

MQA Learnerships are open to those with the necessary qualification required to study towards qualifications such as Diesel Mechanics, Diamond Processing, Fitting and Turning, Jewellery Manufacturer, Electrical Maintenance, Boiler-making, Welding, and Engineering.

The learnerships consist of both theoretical and practical training in various fields, depending on which learnership you are doing.

MQA Learnership

This is outcomes-based learning, and the learnerships are based on a legally binding contract between the learner, the employer, and the service provider.

Theory

About 40% of a learnership in the mining industry will consist of theoretical or workplace learning:

  • The training must have a structured institutional learning component
  • Learnership will have accredited training providers for the institutional component of the Learnership; and
  • The learnership is an efficient and effective method for both learner and employer to achieve the qualification through a Learnership

Workplace Training

The remaining 60% of the training will be practical workplace (on-the-job) training

  • This part of the training will include structured workplace learning which is determined by the qualification and?associated unit standards
  • Learners continue to receive a monthly stipend during this part of the training but are responsible for their own accommodation, meals, and transport
  • The Department of Correctional Services does not pay a housing allowance, housing subsidy, pension fund, medical aid, danger allowance or overtime during a learnership.

Once the learner has successfully completed both the theoretical (instructional) and practical (workplace) phases, submitted a final Portfolio of Evidence (POE) and it has successfully undergone external verification, the relevant certification will be issued.

There are so many learnerships offered in the mining sector that it is impossible to list them all, but here are two examples of available learnerships.

1. Rigger Learnership

This position is critical for the safe operation and maintenance at a concentrator. Training focuses on how to provide specific rigging services and support to safely move specified heavy equipment and provide rope maintenance for chairlifts, winders, and other rope-and-pulley-operated equipment.

You will need:

  • A Grade 12 or equivalent NQF 4 qualification with English literacy or N2 in Engineering Studies
  • Numeracy skills and literacy
  • No major sensory restrictions
  • Good motor skills (hand, eye, and foot coordination)
  • An analytical approach, with attention to detail.
  • A valid Mobile/Overhead Crane and Forklift driving certificate would be an advantage, as would computer literacy (MS Office suite of packages).
  • Working knowledge of applicable legislative, safety, health and environmental requirements and standards
  • Working knowledge of and practical experience in engineering technologies and practices

How to Apply

Apply online at?www.lonmin.com

Click HERE?to apply online.

Region:?Rustenburg

Closing Date:?24 October 20xx

Check out our other Rigger Learnerships.

2. Rock Engineer Learnership

Minimum Education Requirements

  • Grade 12 or equivalent NQF 4 qualification with Maths and Science with a minimum pass of 50% HG OR 60% Standard Grade; or
  • UMALUSI ? a level 5 pass for Mathematics and Physical Science Level 5 ? 60-69

Additional Education Requirements

A NQF level Rock Breaking Qualification or any Basic COM certification will be advantageous.
Skills Required

  • Good hand-eye coordination
  • No major sensory restrictions with the ability to pass a medical fitness test
  • Numerical skills
  • Practically orientated
  • Procedural step-by-step approach
  • Relevant computer skills (MS Office) will be an advantage.

How to apply

Click Here?to apply online.

Closing Date:?18 October 20xx.

MQA Learnership General Application Process

In order to apply for any of the MQA Learnerships, you must complete an application form in your own handwriting. You can obtain information about the MQA?learnership?from:

  • SETAs and Department of Labour Centres
  • The?Learnership Support Service?- on 012 309 4808
  • The Department of Labour’s?website.
  • You can also visit the Department of Labour and ask about available learnership opportunities
  • Contact the?NQF and Career Advice Services?via SMS on 072 204 5056 or send a ‘Call Me’ to be contacted by one of their Advisors

When applying for the learnership, make sure that:

  • ?You specify the learnership post that you are applying
  • You sign the application form yourself
  • You attach certified copies of your certificates and Identity Document (these copies must have been certified within the last 3 months – you can get this done at any Police Station)

Please Note:

  • Application forms that are late or unsigned will not be accepted
  • Photocopied forms will not be accepted

MQA Learnership Information

For more information on available learnerships, visit the?Mining Qualifications Authority’s?(MQA’s)?website, or the?Chamber of Mines of South Africa’s?website.

Mining Qualifications Authority SETA

Website😕http://www.mqa.org.za

The Bytes Learnership Programme 2020 -2021

Bytes learnerships Program

Bytes Technology Group is a principal subsidiary of the JSE-listed Altron Group and part-owned by Kagiso Strategic Investments. Byte is a federation of leading ICT companies that operates mainly in South Africa, although it also has operations in several other African countries and the United Kingdom. They offer?the Bytes Learnership program to assist gifted individuals to gain hands-on experience in their field.

Bytes People Solutions is a professional provider of talent management services, a leader in skills development and a trusted advisor to many different organizations in South Africa as well as in the rest of Africa. Bytes People Solutions has trained and secured work for more than 3 000 learners via its learnership programmes, making it a preferred partner in a comprehensive government ICT training programme.

Bytes People Solutions applies the same model to government learnerships as it does to its corporate clients in the private sector. Learnerships are done in conjunction with the relevant Sector Training Authorities (Setas) and workplace providers, making them the best IT learnerships on offer.

Every year Bytes offers people from different communities various Information Technology (IT) learnerships, including NQF level 4 technology training and entry-level ICT training. The learnerships form part of the SA government?s National Skills Development Strategy to impart skills that will lessen unemployment and ease poverty.

Bytes Learnerships are open to those with the necessary qualification required to study for the Further Education and Training (FET) Certificate in the Corrections Services Learnership (NQF Level 4).

The Bytes Learnership consist of both theoretical and practical training at venues designated by Bytes and the training providers, and many of the learners have their practical training contracts extended or are offered full-time employment. In 2012 three KwaZulu Natal technology students completed their National Certificate in System Support NQF Level 5 and the Microsoft MCITP Server Administration Certification on their own accord in one year.

Many of the learners who have completed the Bytes People Solutions learnerships have since been employed as testers, contact center agents, computer technicians, junior developers, general administrators, helpdesk agents, junior network administrators, junior web administrators and junior database administrators.

Bytes Solutions: End User Computing & Contact Centre Learnership Opportunities

This is outcomes-based learning, and the learnerships are based on a legally binding contract between the learner, the employer, and the service provider.

Bytes People Solutions have 2 learnership opportunities available for female individuals living with disabilities (EE); End User Computing NQF3 and Contact Centre NQF2 Learnership Opportunities

Bytes Learnership Requirements

There are certain requirements for being accepted into these learnerships:

Minimum Requirements

  • Applicants must be South African citizens
  • You must be unemployed
  • Applicants must be between 18 and 34
  • All applicants must be female and living with a disability
  • Applicants must be able to attend classes on weekdays (In Midrand) and will thereafter be placed in a workplace
  • Candidates must be willing to commit for 12 months
  • Applicants must not have a criminal record
  • You must live in the JHB or Pretoria area
  • Applicants must not be studying
  • All applicants must have excellent English proficiency and communication skills
  • Applicants should have Grade 12/Matric
  • You must be able to provide medical certificates stating the nature of their disability in the recruitment phase

Other Requirements

  • Applicants for the End User Computing Learnership must reside in the Johannesburg or Pretoria area (the training phase is approximately 5 months; the remainder of the year is spent in the workplace)
  • Candidates for the Contact Centre Learnership must live in Pretoria, Midrand, Tembisa or Dieplsloot (the training phase is approximately 2 months; the remainder of the year is spent in the workplace)

The Learnership Programme is for a period of one year (12 months) and pays a monthly stipend of R3000.00 per month.

There are definite employment opportunities available on completion of the learnership, depending on learner?s performance during the workplace phase of the learnership.

Bytes Learnership Application Process

If you meet the requirements and you are a female living with a disability, find the contact details Here.

Bytes Learnership Information

Applications for this learnership have already closed, but Bytes People Solutions also offer other learnership opportunities such as:

The Business Administration NQF3 Learnership for an individual with a disability who is, or wishes to be, involved in the Administration function in any organization or business in any sector or field.

And the?Technical Support NQF4 Learnership for a person with a disability who needs a foundational entry into the field of Computer Sciences and Information Technology

It is, therefore, always a good idea to check on the Bytes People Solutions website www.bytes.co.za to see whether there are any current learnerships in your area for which you qualify and can apply.

Nedbank Learnership 2020 -2021

Nedbank Learnership program

About the Nedbank Learnership Program

Every year the Nedbank Group, Ltd offers young graduates and unemployed people from different communities in excess of 200 Nedbank Learnership programmes. These Nedbank learnerships speak to the government?s National Skills Development Strategy to create skills and ease poverty and unemployment.

The Nedbank Group, Ltd is a bank holding company and one of the four largest banking groups in South Africa. Its principal banking subsidiary is Nedbank Ltd. It has been listed on JSE Ltd since 1969 and on the Namibian Stock Exchange since 2007. The majority shareholder, owning 52% of the group, is Old Mutual plc.

The group consists of Nedbank Capital, Nedbank Corporate, Nedbank Business Banking, Nedbank Retail, Nedbank Wealth, and Central management functions in support of frontline businesses (incorporating Rest of Africa). Services include Wholesale and Retail Banking Services, Insurance, Asset Management and Wealth Management.

The Nedbank Learnership is available to those who have the necessary qualifications and include the Environmental Education, Training and Development Practice (EETDP) Learnership and Skills Programme at NQF level 5, which is a registered qualification and can be found on the SAQA website (Check the qualification on www.saqa.org.za). These accredited learnerships will take place in the agricultural, conservation, industry and local government sectors. You can contact Jonathon Wigley from the Partner Organization Wildlife and Environment Society of SA (WESSA) on jj@wessa.co.za for further information.

Learnerships consist of both theoretical and practical training which will be given at venues as stated by Nedbank. Learners will earn a monthly stipend for the duration of the learnership.

The Information Technology Learnership Programme

This is outcomes-based learning, and the learnership is based on a legally binding contract between the learner, the employer, and the service provider.

Nedbank Learnerships Requirements

There are certain requirements for being accepted into this learnership:

Minimum Requirements

  • Applicants must have recently completed Matric (Grade 12), with Mathematics and English Level 4 or higher (Higher Grade ?D? or Standard Grade ?C?).
  • All must have SA Citizenship
  • Applicants must not have a bad credit rating
  • You must not have a criminal record. (If you have a criminal case pending against you, you must provide all the details when applying.)

Other Requirements

  • Candidates must be willing to study and stay in the province in which the learnership is offered
  • Applicants must be previously disadvantaged

The ITBLP is aimed at providing full scholarships for advanced Information and Communication Technology training to previously disadvantaged matriculants and graduates with a flair for technology.

The ITBLP courseware includes specialization courses such as System Development, COBOL, IBM Mainframe, Security, Web sphere, and Networking.

The nedbank Learnership Programme is for a period of two years (24 months) and consists of:

Theory

About 50% of the training will consist of theory. This instructional training will take place at an accredited venue that will be specified by Nedbank.

  • Theoretical training will take place over the first 12 months of the learnership
  • Successful candidates will be housed in residence at the training provider while completing the academic component
  • Group Technology  will pay for learners class fees, books, and residential fees

Workplace Training

The remaining 50% of the training will be a 12-month practical workplace (on-the-job) component

  • All learners will be placed in Group Technology where they will be provided with the opportunity to practically apply what they have learned on Campus
  • Learners will receive a monthly allowance for the duration of the learnership

Once the learner has successfully completed both the theoretical (instructional) and practical (workplace) phases and submitted a final Portfolio of Evidence (POE) that has successfully undergone external verification, a National Certificate: Information Technology will be issued.

There is a good chance that graduates could be employed on completion of the learnership, but this is not guaranteed.

The learnership contract is a legally binding contract and any irregularity or violation of the terms of the agreement will be dealt with in accordance with Sections 17 and 18 of the Skills Development Act, 97 of 1998.

Nedbank Learnerships  Forms For Online Application

In order to apply for the ITBLP Learnership, you must complete an application form in your own handwriting.

  • When applying for the learnership make sure that you specify the learnership post that you are applying for (e.g. Information Technology Learnership Programme)
  • Make sure that you sign the application form yourself
  • Attach certified copies of your certificates and Identity Document (these copies must have been certified within the last 3 months – you can get this done at any Police Station)

Please Note:

  • Application forms that are late or unsigned will not be accepted
  • Photocopied forms will not be accepted

Nedbank Learnerships Information

As there are different learnerships offered by Nedbank, it is best to regularly check on the website whether there is an open learnership for which you are qualified for, which you can apply to.

Vodacom Learnership Opportunity 2020 -2021

Vodacom Learnership Program

About The Vodacom Learnership Program

Every year Vodacom offers young people from various communities across the nation Vodacom learnership opportunities in line with the government?s National Skills Development Strategy to create skills and employment and ease poverty.

Vodacom is one of the largest cell phone companies in South Africa and is part of the international company, Vodafone. Like its major shareholder, Vodacom believes in harnessing the qualifications and degrees, talents and aspirations of all citizens that are part of our colorful and diverse nation. This belief is harnessed to lead The Vodacom Way, which is the essence of the company culture.

 

To this end, Vodacom deploys a wide range of development programmes, including Vodacom learnerships that consist of both theoretical and practical training according to SAQA Unit Standards.

Vodacom Learnership Requirements

There are certain requirements for being accepted into Vodacom learnerships:

Minimum Requirements

  • You must be a South African citizen
  • Applicants must be in possession of a Standard 10/Grade 12 Certificate; or
  • Be in possession of a Further Education and Training Certificate NQF (Level 4); or
  • Have successfully completed the National Certificate in Vocational Studies (NQF Level 4)
  • You must have at least a C pass for Mathematics and Science
  • Candidates must have at least a basic knowledge regarding Information Technology, computer engineering, electrical engineering, and computer science.
  • To apply for the Engineering and Operations Learnership you must have the necessary qualifications from a university of technology or electronic engineering academy.
  • You will need a computer science, computer engineering, or information system qualification to apply for the Information Technology Learnership

Other Requirements

  • You must be between the ages of 21 and 35 years
  • Applicants must not currently be employed
  • You must not currently be busy with any other studies

The Engineering and Information Technology Learnerships

These Vodacom Engineering and Technology learnerships are outcomes-based learning and based on a legally binding contract between the learner, the employer, and the service provider.

The Learnership Programme is for a period of one year (12 months) and consists of:

Theory

About 30% of the training will consist of theoretical training which will be conducted in a classroom-type atmosphere.

  • You will be supplied with all training materials
  • You will be expected to compile a Portfolio of Evidence of all your work; this will be submitted for assessment at the end of your learnership

Workplace Training

The remainder of the training will be practical workplace (on-the-job) training.

  • This part of the training will be done at a Vodacom venue specified by the company
  • Learners will receive a monthly stipend during training but are responsible for their own accommodation, meals, and transport

Once both the theoretical (instructional) and practical (workplace) phases have been completed and the Portfolio of Evidence (POE) has been submitted and successfully undergone external verification FET Certificate for the qualification will be issued.

A learnership contract is a legally binding contract and any irregularity or violation of the terms of the agreement will be dealt with in accordance with Sections 17 and 18 of the Skills Development Act, 97 of 1998.

Vodacom Learnership Application Process

In order to apply for a Vodacom Learnership, you must complete an application form in your own handwriting.

  • You can download the Application form from the Vodacom website.
  • When applying for the learnership make sure that you specify the learnership post that you are applying for (e.g. Vodacom Engineering and Operations Learnership)
  • Make sure that you sign the application form
  • Attach certified copies of your certificates and Identity Document (these copies must have been certified within the last 3 months – you can get this done at any Police Station)
  • Applications can also be e-mailed to Externalbursars@vodacom.co.za.

Please Note:

  • Application forms that are late or unsigned will not be accepted
  • Photocopied forms will not be accepted

Remember that during your workplace training you will be responsible for your own accommodation, transport, and meal costs. It is therefore suggested that you apply for a learnership in the Region or Management Area closest to where you live.

Vodacom Learnership Information

Vodacom also often offers Call Centre learnerships. You can find more information on these learnerships on the Vodacom website.

You can keep checking whether there are any of the above-mentioned learnerships open for applications yet by checking the Vodacom website which you will find by navigating to the careers section to look for learnerships.

Transnet Learnership Programmes 2020 -2021

Transnet Learnerships

About Transnet Learnerships

Every year Transnet, a leading South African logistic delivering company and State Owned Company (SOC), offers Transnet Learnership opportunities to people from different communities. These learnerships are part of the government?s National Skills Development Strategy to address the skills shortage, high unemployment and poverty in South Africa.

Transnet consists of five core operating divisions: Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA); Transnet Port Terminals (TPT); Transnet Freight Rail (TFR); Transnet Pipelines (TPL), and Transnet Rail Engineering (TE) and three specialist units: Transnet Property (TP); Transnet Foundation (TF), and Transnet Capital Projects (TCP).

Transnet Learnerships offers annual Chartered Accountants Training (CAT) Programme Learnerships, which is open to those who are doing their BCompt Hons (final year students) and BCompt Hons/final year or one year Certificate in Theory of Accounting (CTA) programme. Current final year CTA students may also apply.

The learnership consists of both theoretical and practical training.

Transnet Learnership Requirements

There are certain requirements for being accepted into this learnership:

Qualifications

  • You must be a South African citizen
  • The minimum entry requirement is the Certificate in Theory of Accounting (CTA)
  • You must be doing your BCompt Hons final year, BCompt Hons/final year or one year Certificate in Theory of Accounting (CTA) programme, or be a final year CTA student
  • Applicants must be assertive; goal oriented; honest; innovative; pro-active; reliable; supportive, and have integrity
  • You must be analytical and be computer literate
  • Numerical reasoning skills are integral to this type of work
  • Good verbal and written communication skills are a must
  • You need excellent time management and good interpersonal skills

Other Requirements

  • Transfers from other training organisations will not be considered

The Chartered Accountants Training (CAT) Programme Learnership

This is outcomes-based learning, and the learnership is based on a legally binding contract between the learner, the employer, and the service provider.

The Learnership Programme is for a period of three years (36 months) and consists of 

Training Support

Transnet offers industry level support to its trainees in order to ensure their success in the programme.

The training programme provides for:

  • Assessments
  • Exam technique courses as well as revision courses for the board exams;
  • General business management training
  • Study leave for the board exams
  • Supplementary courses

Mentorship

Mentors will be supplied to trainees from the CA?s within the Transnet Group. These mentors volunteer their time, passion and dedication to provide learners with leadership, empowerment, guidance and expert advice is borne of their own experience in order to ensure the success of the programme and help the trainee accountants on their career path.

Supervision

All learners are supervised by line managers who will ensure that day to day training takes place, attend assessment meetings and are responsible for all other facets of the learner?s time at the company, including work-station, timesheet and leave authorization.

Transnet Learnership Application Process

In order to apply for the Chartered Accountants Training (CAT) Programme Learnership, you must complete an application form in your own handwriting.

  • You can get the ?Graduate-in-Training Application Form? by downloading it here
  • The Transnet website is http://www.transnet.net
    • In order to apply, you will need to register on the Careers section of the Transnet Internet, which can be done here
    • Take care in completing all required details on the profile, and then apply for the learnership position using the reference given
    • You can also e-mail your Completed form supported by your Curriculum Vitae to Recruitment@transnet.net
  • When applying for the learnership make sure that you specify the learnership post that you are applying for (e.g. Chartered Accountants Training (CAT) Programme Learnership)
  • Make sure that you sign the application form
  • Attach certified copies of your certificates and Identity Document (these copies must have been certified within the last 3 months – you can get this done at any Police Station)

Please Note:

  • Application forms that are late or unsigned will not be accepted
  • Photocopied forms will not be accepted

Remember that during your workplace training you will be responsible for your own accommodation, transport, and meal costs. It is therefore suggested that you apply for a learnership in the area closest to where you live.

Transnet Learnership Information

Applications for this learnership have already closed. The next learnership opportunity will open next year.  You can keep checking whether the learnership is open for applications yet and register on the Transnet Careers page for notifications.

Transnet also offers other learnerships every year, such as the Freight Transportation Engineers? Training Learnership. In order to access any of the learnerships at Transnet you should follow the same advice; register on the site and keep checking back to see whether any learnerships for which you qualify have opened.

You can go to the Transnet Careers Page at any time to find out about learnerships or other advertised jobs at Transnet.

The Avusa Learnership 2020 -2021 by Times Media

Avusa Learnership Times Media

About the Avusa Learnership

Every year the Avusa Media division of Times Media offers individuals from different areas The Avusa Learnership. These learnerships form part of the government?s National Skills Development aimed at imparting skills to creating jobs to ease poverty. These learnerships are offered under the auspices of the Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) for the relevant industry.

Avusa Media was initially known as Johnnic Communications and was acquired by a unit of Mvelaphanda Group and renamed Times Media Group in 2012. Publications and services under this brand include magazines like Computing SA, Elle, Financial Mail, SA Mining and Soccerlife; newspapers like The Sunday Times, The Times, The Sowetan, Sunday World, Daily Dispatch, and Business Day. The Group also owns several community newspapers, publishers, retailers and a record company.

The Times Media Group offer a 12-month training internship in journalism programme for graduates as well as a Contact Centre Learnership.

Contact Centre Learnerships are open to those with the necessary qualifications required to study for the Further Education and Training (FET) Certificate in Contact Centre Operations, NQF Level 4. People with disabilities are also encouraged to apply.

The learnership consists of both practical and theoretical and training in a call-center environment. As a trainee, you will be taught how to do this via correction and human development in a humane, secure and safe detention or under community-based correctional supervision.

This Contact Centre Learnership will give you the opportunity to learn the skills required to work in a call-center as well as gain intimate knowledge as to the required behavior, respect, and attitude that is required in any workplace. This combination will make it easier for you to get employment in the future.

Learners will earn a stipend for the duration of the learnership.

The Avusa Learnership Requirements

There are certain requirements for being accepted into The Avusa Learnership:

Qualifications

  • You must be in possession of a Standard 10/Grade 12 Certificate; or
  • Be in possession of a Further Education and Training Certificate NQF (Level 4); or
  • Have successfully completed the National Certificate in Vocational Studies (NQF Level 4)
  • Good communication skills
  • Basic computer skills
  • Average typing skills

Other Requirements

  • You must be a South African citizen
  • Applicants must be between the ages of 16 and 30 years
  • You must be motivated and detail-oriented

Preference will be given to suitable candidates who will add to the diversity of Times Media.
Employment enquiries

The FET Certificate Contact Centre Operations, NQF Level 4

This is outcomes-based learning, accredited by Services SETA, and the learnership is based on a legally binding contract between the employer, the learner, and the service provider.

The Learnership Programme is for a period of one year (12 months) and consists of:

Theory

A percentage of the training will consist of theory. This instructional training will take place in a classroom atmosphere and will consist of

  • Theoretical training will include business communication, customer services, and other training
  • Formal and informal coaching sessions
  • Six interactive skills programmes
  • A Portfolio of Evidence (POE) of all your work will be required for each skills programme

Workplace Training

The remaining percentage of the training will be practical workplace (on-the-job) training and will include

  • Duties connected to the work a call-center agent does
  • Six interactive skills programmes
  • Formal and informal coaching sessions

Once you have successfully completed both the theoretical (instructional) and practical (workplace) phases, submitted a final Portfolio of Evidence (POE) and external verification has been done, a FET Certificate in Contact Centre Operations, NQF Level 4 will be issued.

The learnership contract is a legally binding contract and any irregularity or violation of the terms of the agreement will be dealt with in accordance with Sections 17 and 18 of the Skills Development Act, 97 of 1998.

The Avusa Learnership Application Process

In order to apply for the Contact Centre Operations Learnership, you must complete an application form in your own handwriting.

  • You can download the application form from the Times Media website.
  • The Times Media website address is http://www.tisoblackstar.com/tbg/companies-and-brands/media/
    • Once you get onto the website, look on the top for the link that says ?Careers? and click on it, then look for the ?Learnership? link
    • Click on the ?Learnership Application Form? link and the form will automatically download to your computer
  • When applying for the learnership make sure that you specify the learnership post that you are applying for (e.g. Times Media Contact Centre Learnership)
  • Make sure that you sign the application form yourself
  • Attach certified copies of your certificates and Identity Document (these copies must have been certified within the last 3 months – you can get this done at any Police Station)
  • If disabled, include a disability confirmation letter from the doctor/clinic/hospital
  • Submit your forms by e-mail to training@timesmedia.co.za; fax to 011 328 2883 or check on the website/form for alternative methods of submitting your application

Please Note:

  • Please put “Times Media Contact Centre Learnership” in the subject line of your e-mail
  • Application forms that are late or unsigned will not be accepted
  • Photocopied forms will not be accepted

If your application is shortlisted you will be invited to a panel interview.

Remember that during your workplace training you will be responsible for your own accommodation, transport, and meal costs. It is therefore suggested that you apply for a learnership in the Region or Management Area closest to where you live.

The Avusa Learnership Information

Applications for this learnership closes around October yearly. Keep checking on the Times Media website whether the learnership is open for applications yet.

The INSETA Learnerships Programme 2020 -2021

INSETA Learnerships

About INSETA Learnerships

Every year the Insurance Sector Education and Training Authority (INSETA) offers individuals across South Africa INSETA learnership opportunities via various companies in the insurance sector. This is done according to the South African Government?s National Skills Development Strategy in order to imbue those individuals with skills that will create employment and ease poverty.

Inseta represents the following sub-sectors within the insurance industry:

  • Activities auxiliary to Financial Intermediation
  • Funeral Insurance
  • Health care benefits administration
  • Insurance and Pension Funding
  • Life insurance
  • Pension Funding and
  • Reinsurance
  • Risk management
  • Short term insurance
  • Unit trusts

The INSETA Learnership consists of both theoretical and practical workplace training totaling 1 500 learning hours. The qualification is registered with Inseta and Unit Standard Based, meaning that it will be accredited by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA).

The Medical Claims Assessing Learnership will give you the opportunity to learn data capturing of medical claims skills and gain vital workplace experience. It will also allow you to gain access to the insurance industry with a better chance of landing a job as graduates will earn a recognized qualification in Claims Assessing.

INSETA Learnerships Requirements

There are certain requirements for being accepted into the INSETA learnership:

Qualifications & Experience

  • Applicants must be a South African citizen
  • You must be between 18 and 30 years old
  • Candidates must be in possession of a valid and recognized  Matric/Standard 10/Grade 12 Certificate with English (Minimum D Symbol on Standard Grade); Maths (or Maths Literacy 60% and above) and a 2nd language (Minimum D Symbol)
  • You must be able to communicate effectively in English
  • All must possess basic computer skills
  • You must display high attention to detail
  • Candidates must be able to work accurately
  • You must not have completed a previous Learnership
  • Applicants must not be formally employed or be engaged in any post-matric studies
  • You must have a keen interest in claims assessing and healthcare and be interested in data capturing

Competencies

  • All must be able to communicate clearly and professionally with clients
  • You must have above average typing skills
  • Candidates must have resilience & drive and be the type of person who pursues goals despite obstacles
  • You must be self-motivated and have a burning desire and potential to learn
  • Applicants must be detail-oriented and accurately capture and communicate information

Please ensure that you meet the minimum criteria required for INSETA Learnerships and apply for only one of the learnerships advertised.

This opportunity is being advertised in accordance with the company?s Employment Equity initiatives. The cost of attending interviews to get on the learnership and any relocation costs you may have to incur during the learnership is for your own account; Discovery will not reimburse any costs incurred.

The Medical Claims Assessing Learnership

A learnership is outcomes-based learning, and while on the learnership you will be required to:

  • Achieve the requisite level in formative and summative assessments
  • Develop a good knowledge of company products
  • Attend classroom lessons and do practical onsite work
  • Compile a Portfolio of Evidence for submission to Inseta
  • Complete logbooks for your workplace-based learning
  • Show commitment to working in the medical insurance industry
  • Demonstrate skills in using the company?s various systems
  • Exhibit a willingness to learn corporate values
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the various operational processes

A learnership contract is a legally binding contract and any irregularity or violation of the terms of the agreement will be dealt with by the Discovery in accordance with Sections 17 and 18 of the Skills Development Act, 97 of 1998.

INSETA Learnership Application Process

In order to apply for the INSETA Learnership, you can apply online when applications are open.

  • When applying for the learnership make sure that you specify the learnership post that you are applying for (e.g. Discovery Health Intern Learnership)
  • Make sure that you sign the application form yourself
  • Attach certified copies of your certificates and Identity Document (these copies must have been certified within the last 3 months – you can get this done at any Police Station)

Please Note:

  • Application forms that are late or unsigned will not be accepted
  • Photocopied forms will not be accepted

Remember that during your workplace training you will be responsible for your own accommodation, transport and meal costs, so you should apply for a learnership closest to where you live.

INSETA Learnership Information

Closing Date:  Applications for this learnership close in January/February every year.

For further information on Inseta learnerships, you can also contact Inseta directly:

Website:  http://www.Inseta.org.za

Telkom Learnership Programme 2020 -2021 Available Learnerships SA

Telkom Learnership program

About the Telkom learnership program

Telkom is Africa’s largest incorporated Communications Company, providing integrated communications solutions to a vast range of customers. It is a leading communications services provider in South Africa and on the African continent. The Telkom Learnership offers selected applicants the chance to gain hands-on knowledge within their career field.

Telkom provides business, residential and payphone customers a vast range of products and services, including fixed-line retail voice services using Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) lines, Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) lines, and subscription-based value-added voice services and calling plans.

Telkom operates in more than 38 countries throughout the continent of Africa, and as such is in a good position to offer high school graduates from different communities a learnership opportunity. These learnerships form part of the government?s National Skills Development Strategy to create skills and ease poverty and unemployment.

Telkom learnerships will give you the opportunity to learn the skills and gain the necessary knowledge, teach you to adapt to a work environment, shape your attitude to create a more qualified employee of you, and help you to network.

Telkom Learnership Requirements

There are certain requirements for being accepted into this learnership:

Minimum Requirements

  • You must be in possession of an N6 Electrical Engineering (Light Current) qualification OR have completed academic training (awaiting experiential training in order to obtain the full qualification); or
  • Have a BSc Electrical Engineering (Light Current) qualification OR have completed academic training (awaiting experiential training in order to the full qualification); or
  • Be in possession of an S4 Electrical Engineering (Light Current) qualification OR have completed academic training (awaiting experiential training in order to obtain the full qualification); or
  • Possess of a BTech Electrical Engineering (Light Current) qualification OR have completed academic training (awaiting experiential training in order to the full qualification).

Other Requirements

  • You must be a South African citizen
  • Applicants must be able to work at heights and in confined spaces
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Telkom IT/Telecoms Learnership

This is outcomes-based learning, and the learnership is based on a legally binding contract between the learner, the employer, and the service provider.

The Learnership Programme is for a period of one year (12 months) and consists of:

Core Description

A portion of the training will consist of theory. This instructional training will take place at a venue that will be specified by Telkom.

  • Learners will receive theoretical training
  • Candidates will also get practical exposure and experience in the telecommunications field
  • Learners will receive a stipend of R3 500 monthly for the duration of the learnership

Competencies

Learners will learn skills and get knowledge in:

  • How to be an analytical thinker
  • Become efficient in communication skills
  • How to become efficient in interpersonal skills and build an aptitude for building rapport with a diverse range of people (especially customers)
  • Become PC Literate
  • How to become a problem solver
  • Become self-directed
  • How to be a Team Player

Once the learner has successfully completed both the theoretical (instructional) and practical (workplace) phases, submitted a final Portfolio of Evidence (POE) and has successfully undergone external verification, a Certificate will be issued.

The learnership contract is a legally binding contract and any irregularity or violation of the terms of the agreement will be dealt with by the Department of Correctional Services in accordance with Sections 17 and 18 of the Skills Development Act, 97 of 1998.

Telkom Learnership Application Process

In order to apply for the Telkom IT/Telecoms Learnership, you must complete an application form online.

  • You can apply by going to the Telkom Website
  • The Telkom website is www.telkom.co.za
    • Once you get onto the website, look on the top for the link that says ?More Jobs? and click on it, then click on the ?Internship/Learnership? link
    • Click on the ?Learnership?  link and the form will automatically download to your computer
  • When applying for the learnership make sure that you specify the learnership post that you are applying for and specify the region in which you want to work and any reference number given.
  • Make sure that you sign the application form yourself
  • Attach certified copies of your certificates and Identity Document (these copies must have been certified within the last 3 months – you can get this done at any Police Station)

Please Note:

  • Application forms that are late or unsigned will not be accepted
  • Photocopied forms will not be accepted

Remember that during your training you will be responsible for your own accommodation, transport and meal costs. It is therefore suggested that you apply for a learnership in the area closest to where you live.

Equity Statement

Please note that preference may be given to Employment Equity candidates (including people with disabilities)

Telkom Learnership Information

Telkom Learnership Applications for this will open later in the year, normally around November or December.

You can keep checking whether the learnership is open for applications yet by continually checking for new learnerships on the Telkom Website (http://www.telkom.co.za/) and clicking on the Careers in Telkom link on the left hand side.

This will take you to the Careers Page – click on the Browse Jobs link near the top of the page, and then Look on the list of types of jobs advertised and find the Internships/Learnerships link. Next to the link in brackets you will see how many learnerships are available (0).

If there are learnerships available the number available will show in the brackets (3) and the link will turn green when you put your cursor over it. Click on the link, check to see whether you meet all the requirements for the learnership and follow instructions on how to apply.

If there are no learnerships available, you can set up a Job Alert or save a search to run at a future time. Click on the applicable link to do so: