Anglo American Learnerships 2020 -2021 Online Application Forms

Anglo American Learnerships

About Anglo American Learnerships

Anglo American is one of the largest mining companies in the world, focusing on platinum group metals, nickel, diamonds, copper, metallurgical and thermal coal, and iron ore. The Anglo American Learnerships program provides gifted candidates with a great learning experience.

Anglo American South Africa has 76,000 permanent employees and 24,240 contractors making it the country’s largest private-sector employer. Anglo American-controlled companies account for approximately 15% of the value of businesses listed on the JSE (Johannesburg Stock Exchange).

Anglo American South Africa believes in South Africa’s future and to this end, it aims to make a lasting contribution to the development of South Africa and its people. This is done in the form of annual bursaries and the Anglo American Learnerships program.

Anglo American offers people from different communities various learnership opportunities in different regions of South Africa. These Learnership form part of the government?s National Skills Development Strategy to create skills to ease poverty and unemployment as well as Anglo American’s own policies.

Anglo American learnership is open to those with the necessary qualification required as per the posted requirements for the learnership. There are various Anglo American learnerships offered for matriculants and graduates in the different sections of Anglo American. These learnerships consist of both theoretical and practical training.

Below is one of the Anglo American learnership programs

The following learnership opportunity offered by Anglo American Thermal Coal (South Africa) and is available at the Landau Colliery in Mpumalanga.

Anglo American Thermal Coal 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.

This learnership in engineering covers the following fields: Auto Electrician, Fitter (including machining), Diesel Mechanic and Rigger.

Minimum Learnership Requirements:

  • The applicant must be a South African citizen
  • Applicants must have a good knowledge of regulations and safety systems and standards.
  • The applicant must have a high regard for safety and have an excellent safety record
  • Applicants must possess N2/N3 technical qualification with relevant subjects, i.e.:
    • Auto Electrician (Science and Maths, Electro-technology/ Electrical Trade Theory or Industrial electronics)
    • Diesel Mechanic (Diesel Trade Theory, Mathematics, Engineering Drawing, Science)
    • Fitter, including machining (Science, Maths, Fitting, Engineering Drawing & Machining Trade theory)
    • Rigger (Engineering Drawing, Maths, Rigger Trade Theory, Science)
  • The applicant must be in possession of a valid driver?s license (K53 provincial) without having endorsements
  • Applicants must be medically fit and be in possession of  a valid Certificate of Fitness
  • The applicant should have at least 1 year?s experience in the underground mining environment. This will be advantageous to him or her
  • Applicants should be someone who is able to handle pressure, is a self-starter, and must be innovative

Other Requirements

  • The applicant should be aware of the fact that they must be willing to work in shifts, and be on standby and do call-outs when required
  • If shortlisted for the learnership,  the applicant must be willing to go for a psychometric assessment

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.

Anglo American Learnership Application Process

In order to apply for the Anglo American Thermal Coal Learnership, you must complete an application form

  • Applications are done online and can ONLY be done through the Anglo American job portal.
  • You can access the application by clicking on this link, which will take you to the Anglo American Job Portal
  • When applying for the learnership make sure that you specify the learnership post that you are applying for (e.g. Anglo American Thermal Coal Learnership: Kriel Colliery Ref )
  • 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
  • Faxed or emailed forms will not be accepted
  • Applications that have not been responded to within 30 days of the closing date should be regarded as unsuccessful.  Only shortlisted applicants will be called for an 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.

Anglo American Learnership Information

Applications for various learnerships will open throughout the year. You can keep checking whether there are any learnerships open for applications by checking the Anglo American website.

Anglo American offers various other learnerships and opportunities in different regions throughout South Africa, at different times of the year, in which you may be interested.

You can find out more information from the Anglo American Website by checking the Anglo American Careers Portal. Scroll down the page and check any and all learnerships advertised there to find one that is suitable then click on the link and follow instructions to apply.

You can also sign up on this page to be notified of any upcoming learnership opportunities by signing up for the Careers Portal Newsletter.

Kuyasa Learnership 2020 – 2021 Online Application With Forms

Kuyasa Learnership program

About the Kuyasa Learnership Program

The KUYASA Learnership in Generic Business Management is an annual 1-year Banking and Microfinance sector learnership that is funded by BANKSETA. BANKSETA pays for the recruitment of those who have graduated into learnerships, as well as paying a monthly stipend (allowance) for each learner, a training provider to train the learners, and learner support.

The registered employer hosts the learners and provides on-the-job workplace training for them. Theoretical training is also given, in a classroom setting by a registered, accredited training provider, and at a venue organized by the employer.

The banking sector in South Africa is committed to transformation, and the KUYASA learnerships form part of the government?s National Skills Development Strategy to create skills and lessen poverty and unemployment.

KUYASA learnerships are available to those with the necessary qualifications. They consist of both theoretical and practical training in the key role the banking sector plays in forming the economic, social and political landscape in South Africa.

The Kuyasa learnership will give you the opportunity to learn the skills and gain the knowledge, correct workplace behaviour and attitude that is required for management in the Banking and Microfinance sector.

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

Kuyasa Learnership Requirements

Candidates who meet the following requirements should apply:

Minimum Requirements

  • A completed B degree or a 3 Year Tertiary qualification with major subjects such as Financial Accounting or Financial Management, Human Resources Management, Information Technology, Marketing, Risk Management, or Law.
  • Major subjects such as Arts, Biblical Instruction, Languages, Geography, Music, History or Production Management will NOT be considered.
  • The BANKSETA welcomes applications from persons with disabilities (Disabled applicants must provide a medical certificate confirming the nature of the disability).

Selection Criteria

  • Applicants must be a South African citizen in possession of a valid SA ID
  • You must have a clear credit record (ITC)
  • Candidates may not have a criminal record
    • You must be unemployed
    • Candidates must be fluent in both written and verbal English and be able to communicate easily with people
    • You must present a professional image
    • Applicants may not have any pending employment offers
    • You must be under the age of 30 years
    • Computer literate and have numeric competence is a must
  • You must provide a positive recommendation or an official testimonial from a previous learning institution, school or church
  • Applicants will be placed as near as possible to the address provided on your application form. You will not be able to transfer during the learnership
  • You may not be involved in other studies from 1 Jan 2014 to 31 Dec 2014
  • The following documents must be attached to your application or it will be disqualified:
    • A CERTIFIED COPY of your Identity Document ( Certification of documents can be done by a Commissioner of oaths at a police station or bank)
    • CERTIFIED COPY of your Testimonial
    • A CERTIFIED COPY of your  Senior Certificate/Equivalent Certificates in the case of learners with disabilities
    • DISABLED LEARNERS: Attach a medical certificate as proof of the nature of your disability. Do not send original documents, attach certified copies.

BANKSETA KUYASA Learnership in Generic Business Management

There is no guarantee of employment once you complete the KUYASA learnership, but about 75% ? 85% of those who successfully completed the learnership over the past few years were offered permanent employment in the banking sector.

It is important that you take this learnership seriously and show your willingness, positive attitude, motivation to do well and potential at all times as this is what will get you job offers.

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.

Kuyasa Learnership Application Process

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

  • You can get the ?Application for Admission to the KUYASA Learnership? form by clicking on this link, which will download the form directly onto your computer or phone.
  • If you have any problems downloading the form, you can contact BANKSETA directly to find out where to collect it physically
  • When applying for the learnership, make sure that you specify the learnership post that you are applying for (e.g. KUYASA Learnership: Gauteng Region.)
  • Make sure that you sign the application form yourself

Please Note:

  • Fax, email or hand-deliver all application forms to Kelly on or before 31 August as per details on the application forms.
  • Interviews will be conducted from August to October at a venue closest to you
  • Application forms that are late, incomplete or unsigned will not be accepted
  • Incorrect or invalid details on your application will immediately disqualify you
  • Photocopied forms will not be accepted
  • Candidates not contacted for an interview by the end of October 2013, should assume that their application was unsuccessful. 
  • Placement will be in Johannesburg, Midrand, and Pretoria.

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

Completed application forms with all necessary attached documents can be mailed (posted at the post office) to your nearest Kelly Office as per the addresses given on the application form or by e-mailing them in using the specific e-mail address for your nearest office, also provided in the application form.

Employment Equity targets will apply. The BANKSETA welcomes applications by learners with disabilities. For more information look Here.

You must be able to attend formal training blocks in Johannesburg and Pretoria and will be responsible for your own transport costs.

Kuyasa Learnership Closing Date

Application forms will be accessible from the 17th July. Applications for this learnership close on 31 August.  It is highly recommended that you apply as soon as possible as time is short.

UTI Learnership Program 2020 – 2021 Online Application Job Opportunity

UTi Learnerships

About the UTi Learnership Program

UTi Worldwide Inc. is an international, non-asset-based supply chain services and solutions company that provides air and ocean freight forwarding, truckload brokerage, customs brokerage, distribution, contract logistics, inbound logistics, and other supply chain management services. The UTI Learnership program offers candidates the opportunity to learn more about their career field.

UTi serves a large and rather varied list of local and international companies in diverse fields, including companies in the apparel, automotive, chemical, pharmaceutical, retail, and technology industries. These clients often have unique supply chain requirements, which UTi and its exclusive partners provide via a global network of contract logistics and distribution centers and freight forwarding offices in 144 countries.

UTi Africa sees its staff as its competitive advantage and therefore is dedicated to training individuals in the business of rapidly expanding, world-class supply chain services and integrated solutions. To this end, UTi offers learnerships, training, HIV/AIDS programmes and bursaries to our staff members. It even offers bursaries to a family of staff members on occasion.

 

UTi offers various annual learnerships in the Supply Chain and Logistics industry to individuals who have completed their Grade 12 and are interested in this field. There are various opportunities offered in most of the bigger centers such as Cape Town, Durban, Gauteng, and Port Elizabeth.

UTi Learnership Programmes

UTi Learnerships Programmes are open to candidates who fulfill the basic requirements. The learnership is for 12 months and consists of both theoretical and practical training.

Depending on which learnership you choose, you will gain work experience and a nationally recognized qualification in one of the following:

  • Bookkeeping (Gauteng only).
  • Business Administration
  • Freight Forwarding
  • Freight Handling
  • Information Technology
  • Project Management (Gauteng only)

Requirements

There are certain requirements for being accepted into these learnerships:

Minimum Requirements

  • You must be a South African citizen
  • Applicants must be in possession of a Standard 10/Grade 12 Certificate; or
  • You must be able to communicate professionally in English (written and verbal)
  • All applicants must be able to work in a team as well as individually
  • You must be able to work accurately and with attention to detail
  • Candidates must have the ability to grasp and process new information
  • You must be able to work without supervision.

Other Requirements

  • You must be punctual for work
  • All candidates must be able and willing to commit to a 12-month, full-time contract
  • You must be experienced in using MS Office and Outlook (Internet and E-Mail).
  • Applicants must have some knowledge of the basic products and services offered by a logistics/distribution company

Successful candidates will be entered into a 12 month, full-time learnership contract. Time off will be given to attend theoretical training where required; these classes will take place during work hours.

A monthly stipend  will be paid for the duration of the learnership.

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.

UTI Learnerships Application Process

In order to apply for any of the above learnerships you must complete an application form in your own handwriting.

  • You can get the online application form by clicking on the link provided in the online advert at Career Junction or registering online with UTi and applying once their applications are available. Once registered select learnerships under the job types tab on the left side of the screen to see available positions.
  • When applying for the learnership make sure that you specify the learnership post that you are applying for (e.g. UTi Project Management: Gauteng Learnership)
  • Make sure that you sign the application form yourself
  • Attach certified copies of all 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 UTI Learnership in the Region closest to where you live.

It is important that you apply yourself to both the theoretical training and the on-the-job training and shows that you are dedicated and have a lot of potentials, as this is what employers are looking for and could make the difference between you being selected for a permanent position upon completion of your learnership or not.

Although UTi does employ many of the learners on the successful completion of their learnership, a learnership is no guarantee of employment. The workplace experience and qualification obtained during this learnership will, however, assist you a lot in your search for employment.

For any further information contact UTi South Africa, now known as DSV:

UTI Learnership Information

Applications for this learnership will open later in the year, normally around October. You can keep checking whether the learnership is open for applications yet by checking the Career Junction website (Career Junction handles all UTi Learnerships).

Read through the links on this page and look for a link that says ?UTI Learnership Programme? and click on the link to see if it is the correct learnership then follow the links and instructions to apply.

BANKSETA Learnerships Online Application 2020 – 2021 Job Opportunities

BANKSETA Learnerships

About the BANKSETA Learnerships Program

BANKSETA (The Banking Sector Education and Training Authority) was set up in via the Skills Development Act of 1998, and its prime objective is to promote BBBEE and employment equity through skills development and the BANKSETA Learnerships program.

The BANKSETA Learnership Programme believes that the starting point is to target the historically disadvantaged, and to this point, it has been working closely with the School of Banking at UNISA, and it has awarded various post-doctoral research grants in areas of interest to banking from which UNISA has benefited.

South African banks spend approximately 4-5% of the payroll on training, and many banks have their own training centers, some of which rival those of top universities, which ensures that the quality of the training is amongst the best in the world.

BANKSETA?s Skill Programmes ensure that matriculants receive training for 1 year in a bank. Although entrance to a learnership and the successful completion of that learnership does not guarantee employment, 70-80% of successful learners to date have been employed by the banks.

BANKSETA does a research and a Sector Skills Plan at the beginning of every year in order to determine which jobs banks were struggling to recruit for, and fashions its learnerships for the year on the results.

BANKSETA makes use of as many banks as possible, but of course, there can be no learnership in a particular area unless there are one or more banks there. This impacted on the rural learnerships until Capitec and African Bank stepped in to help.

CPUT/ BANKSETA Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Initiative

BANKSETA recently announced a collaboration between BANKSETA and CPUT called the Work Integrated Learning Initiative (WIL).

Students from the CPUT IT, Accounting, Internal Auditing, and Marketing Departments are given the BANKSETA Learnership opportunity to get the hands-on, practical skills needed to thrive in the working world via this initiative.

The Centre for Community Engagement and Work Integrated Learning will oversee this programme which aims to give new graduates access to on-the-job training, work experience, and mentorship, which is an invaluable asset in today?s tough job markets.

The WIL initiative will benefit new graduates as well as the banking sector; the graduates get all-important work experience and access to possible permanent work, and the banks get access to high-caliber, skilled graduates to meet their recruitment needs.

National Certificate in Contact Centre and Business Process Outsourcing Support Learnership

Another of BANKSETA?s initiatives is the learnerships offered to disabled learners from different communities. These learnerships form part of the government?s National Skills Development Strategy to create skills and ease poverty and unemployment as well as BANKSETA?s transformation goals.

These BANKSETA Learnerships are open to those with the necessary qualifications required to study for the National Certificate in Contact Centre and Business Process Outsourcing Support Learnership. Successful learners will receive a qualification that will give them a better chance of getting employment. Learners will earn a monthly stipend for the duration of the learnership.

BANKSETA & Stanley Hutcheson and Associates Learnerships

The BANKSETA Learnership consists of both theoretical and practical training and will give you the opportunity to learn the skills and gain the knowledge, acceptable workplace behavior and attitude that is required in the banking and financial industry.

This Learnership Programme is funded by BANKSETA, and managed by Stanley Hutcheson and Associates. Apply online at www.sh-a.co.za and click on the BANKSETA logo. 

Letsema Learnership

Apart from the above learnership, BANKSETA also offers its annual flagship Letsema learnership, a 1-year Banking, and Microfinance sector learnership funded by BANKSETA. This is a 12-month learnership offered to matriculants.

This learnership is offered to matriculants in Johannesburg, Potchefstroom/Klerksdorp, Port Elizabeth, Nelspruit, Midrand, Kimberley, East London, Witbank, Pretoria, Rustenburg, Western Cape, Limpopo, Vereeniging, Bloemfontein, KwaZulu-Natal, and Upington.

  • Application forms will be accessible from the 17th July 20xx.
  • Applications for this learnership close on 31 August 20xx.
  • You can collect an application form from any Kelly office; you can find the address of the nearest one in your local telephone directory or on their website
  • You can also request an application form from Kelly by e-mailing them on letsema.application@kelly.co.za and requesting a form.

Kuyasa Learnership

The Kuyasa learnership is basically the same as the Letsema Learnership but is offered in different regions; Johannesburg, Pretoria, KwaZulu-Natal, and Western Cape.

  • Application forms will be accessible from the 17th July 20xx.
  • Applications for this learnership close on 31 August 20xx.
  • You can collect an application form from any Kelly office; you can find the address of the nearest one in your local telephone directory or on their website
  • You can also request an application form from Kelly by e-mailing them on letsema.application@kelly.co.za and requesting a form.

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.

BANKSETA, FNB and Capote Bank Learnership:

Please note that this is a FAKE advertisement!

The Bank Seta is pleased to announce that the 2015-2016 Learnership Programme in Cape Town, Western Cape, will begin on the 03 June 2015 as scheduled and that all interested individuals are invited to apply.

Learnership programmes are a partnership between government and the private sector to fight unemployment and give young people the necessary experience.

This would not be possible without the involvement of FNB and Capetec Bank. Each company will be taking 100 young people and train them with a possibility of a fulltime employment.

Please note that learnersips programmes are on a contract basis and does not necessarily mean you will get fulltime employment upon completion

This is a 12 months program. You will receive an R2500 stipulated commission for a month to cover your expenses.

To apply: Send CV to: banksetaprogram at gmail dot com

NEVER respond to any BANKSETA advertisements unless the official BANKSETA web address is given. BANKSETA will also NEVER advertise on GUMTREE! The aim of this advertisement was to get people to pay money for information – NEVER pay anything for a learnership!

BANKSETA Learnerships Contact Details

The Banking Sector Education Training Authority is based in Vorna Valley, Johannesburg.

  • Phone: 011 805 9661
  • Fax: 011 805 8348
  • Share Call: 086 102 0002
  • Website: www.bankseta.org.za
  • Physical Address: Block6 Thornhill Office Pk, 94 Bekker Rd, Midrand, 1683
  • Postal Address: PO Box 11678, Vorna Valley, Midrand, 1686

BANKSETA Learnership Information

In order to check on which BANKSETA learnership is available, you can either contact Kelly on letsema.application@kelly.co.za or check on the BANKSETA website

Sasol Learnership Careers Jobs 2020 – 2021 Latest Learnerships SA

Sasol Learnerships 2016-2017

About The Sasol Learnership Program

is a South African -based international integrated energy and chemical company that has been in existence since 1950. They are one of the largest investors in skills development, capital projects, and technological research and development.? Sasol is listed on the JSE Limited in South Africa and on the New York Stock Exchange in the US. Sasol learnerships offers talented individuals an opportunity to gain valuable work experience. Find out if you can apply for a Sasol Learnership for 2018-2019

Every year Sasol offers multiple learnerships in a variety of fields:

These learnerships can lead to career opportunities in the following fields:

  • Artisan, Senior Artisan, Specialist Artisan, Master Artisan
  • Technician, Technologist, Engineer
  • Foreman, Area Manager, Operations/Maintenance Manager
  • Learning Practitioner (LP), Principal LP, Learning Manager, Senior Learning Manager

The aim of Sasol in providing the learnership opportunities is to give candidates from designated groups, specifically as per Sasol?s Employment Equity targets, priority. It is an opportunity for successful individuals to enter the workforce.

SASOL Learnerships: General Requirements

There are certain requirements for being accepted into these learnerships:

Minimum Requirements

  • You must have passed Grade 12 English
  • All applicants ?need Grade 12 Physical Science HG/SG (Not including Life Sciences, Science Literacy, Functional Science, Natural Science and General Science)
  • You? need Grade 12 with Maths HG/SG (Not including Maths Literacy, Additional Maths, Functional Maths, Commercial Maths, Applied Maths)

OR

  • You must have an N3 Certificate with Business English, Engineering Science, Maths, and any 2 subjects passed (total of 5 subjects)

Other Requirements

  • Good communication skills
  • You must be able to speak, read and write English

All further information will be given to you when you apply, depending on which learnership you apply for.

A Sasol Learnership is also offered in the following areas:

  • Human Resources (Secunda Area)
  • Finance (Secunda & Sasolburg Area)
  • Supply Chain: Logistics (Secunda & Sasolburg Area)

Sasol encourages individuals living with disabilities or a disability to apply.

The successful candidates will be offered a place on a 1 to 2-year on-the-job training internship, and WIL programme with Sasol, in order to gain experience in their respective fields of interest or study.

Below is an example of one of the other learnerships that Sasol offered in 2013

SASOL Female Driver Learnerships

National certificate in professional driving-NQF Level 3, SAQA ID 50285

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

Learners will be trained and developed to become qualified drivers according to the requirements of the Transport Education and Training Authority (TETA) for a Code EC Dangerous Goods Driver. You will also receive training in core skills and safety standards related to the specific trade.

All learnerships must include theoretical as well as a practical training, which means that you will receive some of your training in a classroom-type atmosphere and some of it will be practical on-the-job training, where you will be taught how and will actually have to perform some of the tasks that you will be expected to do that particular job.

The SASOL Learnership Programme is for a period of one year (3 months) and training will be done in Sasolburg

Job Requirements:

  • Female: Age 25-35
  • Must have a Grade 12/Full N3 certificate with English/Business English passed at least on SG
  • You must have Drivers license at least code EC1, C, C1 (preference will be given to Code EC license holders)
  • Must be resident in Sasolburg/Secunda/Alrode/Pretoria areas
  • Applicants must have good communication skills and be proficient in English

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.

SASOL Learnerships: Application Process

In order to apply for the National certificate in professional driving-NQF Level 3 Learnership, you must complete an application form in your own handwriting.

  • You can get the application form by going to the? Sasol Careers Website and clicking on the link for the National certificate in professional driving-NQF Level 3 Learnership and following instructions
  • When applying for the learnership make sure that you specify the learnership post that you are applying for (e.g. National certificate in professional driving-NQF Level 3 SAQA ID 50285)
  • 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)
  • You also need to submit a copy of your CV
  • Please submit your application and CV to reception@cprd.co.za or fax to: (012) 666 8523 ? Ref no: FFDO 2013.

Please Note:

  • Application forms that are late or unsigned will not be accepted
  • Photocopied forms will not be accepted
  • Applicants will have to undergo and successfully complete a psychomotor evaluation
  • Applicants will have need to pass an applicable medical evaluation

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 appointment of candidates by Sasol will be done according to the rules and regulations governing such appointments, including the verification of credentials.

Sasol will only communicate with successful applicants, so if you have not heard from Sasol within 30 days of the closing date of the application process, it means that your application was, unfortunately, unsuccessful.

Sasol Learnership Information

New applications generally open at the beginning of each year, normally around January or February. You can keep checking whether the Sasol?learnership is open for applications yet by checking the on the Sasol Careers Website.

You can also get more information regarding Sasol learnership programmes by e-mailing Sasol on learnership@sasol.com

Sasol Head Office is located at:

1 Sturdee Avenue,

Rosebank,

Johannesburg,

South Africa,

2196.

Eskom Learnership 2020-2021 Eskom Learnerships South Africa

Eskom Learnership Program

About the Eskom Learnership Program

Eskom Learnerships 2020 are offered to school-leavers and unemployed individuals from different communities. An Eskom learnership form part of the government?s National Skills Development Strategy to create skills and ease poverty and unemployment. It is also part of Eskom’s human resource development (HRD) strategy to enhance the quality of training, education, and development amongst South Africa?s youth. You can also take a look at our other HR Learnerships.

Eskom achieves this via various academic and skills development programmes, including learnerships. The majority of these programmes target beneficiaries from previously disadvantaged communities. Eskom?s target is to maintain the learner baseline at 12% of the personnel complement.

To this end, Eskom provides opportunities for 2 350 unemployed youth on its various learnership programs per year. These programs include Electrical, Mechanical, Welding, Control and Instrumentation, Fitting & Turning, Heat Pumps, and Administrative training.

Tertiary students voted Eskom South Africa as the best Engineering & Technology company to work for.

Eskom generally offers various learnerships under the banner of Eskom FET Learners/Learnerships (including Learner Plant Operators), for which the following general rules apply:

Eskom Learnership Requirements

There are certain requirements for being accepted into these learnerships:

Minimum Requirements

  • You must be a South African citizen
  • Applicants must be in possession of:
    •  A Standard 10/Grade 12 Certificate with:
      • English symbol E or level 3 and above
      • Mathematics symbol E or level 3 and above
      • Science symbol E or level 3 and above

OR

  • N3/NCV level 4 Engineering subjects with:
      •  English symbol E or level 3 and above
      • Mathematics symbol E or level 3 and above
      • Science symbol E or level 3 and above

Selection Tools

The following selection tools will be used in selecting suitable applicants for the learnerships:

  • Background checks/integrity assessments
  • Curiosity Test
  • Interview
  • Lego
  • Medical Assessments
  • Nuts and Bolts
  • Psychometric assessments (optional)

Only applicants who meet all the above requirements will be taken into consideration for further selection. The annual intake of learners depends on the number of learnership opportunities that are available in each financial year.

Receipt of your online application will be acknowledged. If you have not received a notification to come in for an interview within 30 days after applications for the learnership have closed, it means that your application was not successful.

The Eskom Artisan Bricklaying 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.

This specific Eskom Learnership Programme is for a period of four (4) years.

Eskom Learnerships Minimum Requirements

The minimum requirements for the Artisan Bricklayer learnership are:

  • Qualification(s):
    • Grade 12 (Technical / Academic) with Mathematics and Science
    • Grade 10 (Technical / Academic) with N2 including Mathematics, Science, Trade Theory and Drawings
  • Desired Qualifications:
    • Grade 10 or higher (Technical / Academic) N2 including Mathematics, Science, Trade Theory and Drawings
    • Relevant NCV 4 qualification with Grade 10 or higher including Mathematics and Science

Eskom Learnerships: Key Responsibilities

The key responsibilities that will be required of you in this position include the following:

  • You must have the ability to perform physical work
  • Candidates must be able to understand technical concepts
  • You need to be conscientious and self-disciplined
  • Applicants must possess emotional resilience
  • You need a high level of drive and motivation
  • All candidates are required to have a high level of technical learning ability
  • You must be responsible and committed
  • It is very important that you  are very safety conscious
  • You must be a team player

Please note that the appointment of a candidate is at the sole discretion of Eskom. Various factors that Eskom considers to be relevant may be taken into consideration when making such decisions, including but not limited to Eskom’s employment equity policy. Eskom supports a smoke-free environment.

If you have not been contacted within 28 days of the closing date of this learnership, it means that your application was unsuccessful.

The Eskom 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.

Eskom Learnerships: Application Process

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

  • You can get the Application for Admission to a Learnership form from the Eskom website. A direct link to download it will be included in all advertisements for Eskom learnerships.
  • The Eskom website is www.eskom.co.za
    • Once you get onto the website, look on the top for the link that says “Learnerships” or “Careers” and follow the instructions to download the necessary information and the application form
  • When applying for the learnership, make sure that you specify the learnership post that you are applying for (e.g. Eskom Learners Artisan Elec. Heavy Current)
  • Make sure to 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
  • Faxed or emailed forms will not be accepted

Completed application forms with all necessary attached documents must be submitted as per instructions on the particular learnership information or application form.

Eskom Learnership Information                          

Applications for this learnership will open later in the year, normally around November or December. You can keep checking whether the learnership is open for applications yet by checking the Vacancies page on the Eskom website or on the Eskom Youth Programmes link.

Read through the different links given for the various learnerships until you find the one in which you are interested and follow the instructions for downloading an application form.

Letsema Learnership Programme 2020 – 2021 Banking & Finance

Letsema Learnership Programme

About Letsema Learnerships

The Letsema Learnership Programme is an annual 1-year Banking and Microfinance sector learnership that is funded by BANKSETA. BANKSETA pays for the recruitment of those who have finished matric (Grade 12) into learnerships, as well as paying a training provider to train the learners, a monthly stipend (allowance) for each learner, and learner support.

The registered employer hosts the learners and provides on-the-job workplace training for them. Theoretical training is also given, in a classroom setting by a registered, accredited training provider, and at a venue organized by the employer.

The banking sector in South Africa is committed to transformation, and the Letsema learnerships form part of the government?s National Skills Development Strategy to create skills and lessen poverty and unemployment.

Letsema learnerships are available to those with the necessary qualifications. They consist of both theoretical and practical training in the key role the banking sector plays in forming the economic, social and political landscape in South Africa.

This learnership will give you the opportunity to learn the skills and gain the knowledge, acceptable workplace behaviour and attitude that is required in the Banking and Microfinance sector.

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

Letsema Learnership Requirements

There are certain requirements for being accepted into this learnership:

Minimum Requirements

  • You must be a South African citizen in possession of a valid SA ID
  • Applicants must be in possession of a Standard 10/Grade 12 Certificate with a minimum pass of a C-Symbol on Standard Grade in English and a pass in Maths literacy / Mathematics or Accounting with a minimum C-symbol on Standard Grade
  • You must have a clear credit record (ITC)
  • Candidates may not have a criminal record
  • You must be available to start the Learnership on 1st February 2014
  • The following documents must be attached to your application or it will be disqualified:
    • CERTIFIED COPY of your Identity Document ( Certification of documents can be done by a Commissioner of oaths at a police station or bank)
    • A CERTIFIED COPY of your Testimonial
    • CERTIFIED COPY of your  Senior Certificate/Equivalent Certificates in the case of learners with disabilities
    • DISABLED LEARNERS: Attach a medical certificate as proof of the nature of your disability. Do not send original documents, attach certified copies.

 Other Requirements

  • You must be unemployed
  • Applicants must be fluent in English and be able to communicate easily with people
  • You must present a professional image
  • All candidates may not have any pending employment offers
  • You must be under the age of 30 years at as at 1 February 2018
  • Candidates will need to provide a positive recommendation or an official testimonial from a previous learning institution, school or church
  • You must not have participated in any other learnerships
  • Applicants will be placed as near as possible to the address provided on your application form. You will not be able to transfer during the learnership

There is no guarantee of employment once you complete the Letsema learnership, but about 75% ? 85% of those who successfully completed the learnership over the past few years were offered permanent employment in the banking sector.

It is important that you take this learnership seriously and show your willingness, positive attitude, motivation to do well and potential at all times as this is what will get you job offers.

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.

Letsema Learnership Application Process

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

  • You can get the ?Application for Admission to the Letsema Learnership?  by downloading the form directly onto your computer or phone.
  • If you have any problems downloading the form, you can contact BANKSETA directly to find out where to collect it physically
  • Applicants can collect an application form from any Kelly office; you can find the address of the nearest one in your local telephone directory or on their website
  • When applying for the learnership, make sure that you specify the learnership post that you are applying for (e.g. Letsema Learnership: Gauteng Region.)
  • Make sure that you sign the application form yourself

Please Note:

  • Application forms that are late, incomplete or unsigned will not be accepted
  • Incorrect or invalid details on your application will immediately disqualify you
  • Photocopied forms will not be accepted
  • Applicants with a qualification higher than a 1-year post-matric certificate will not be considered
  • Applicants involved in other studies or planning to study from 1 January 2014 to 31 December 2014 will be not considered
  • DO NOT apply more than once

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

Completed application forms with all necessary attached documents can be mailed (posted at the post office) to your nearest Kelly Office as per the address given on the application form or by e-mailing them in using the specific e-mail address for your nearest office, also provided in the application form.

Employment Equity targets will apply. You must be able to attend formal training blocks and will be responsible for your own transport costs.

If you have not been contacted for an interview by the end of October you should assume that your application was unsuccessful.

Letsema Learnership Closing Date

Application forms will be accessible from July. Applications for this learnership close August.  It is highly recommended that you apply as soon as possible as time is short.

Correctional Services Learnership 2020 – 2021 DCS Learnerships

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About the Correctional Services Learnership

Every year the South African Department of Correctional Services (DCS) offers people from different communities the Correctional Services learnership opportunity. These learnerships form part of the government’s National Skills Development Strategy to create skills and ease poverty and unemployment.

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

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

This Correction Services Learnership will give you the opportunity to learn the skills and gain the knowledge, acceptable workplace behavior, and attitude that is required in the correctional services. Learners will earn a stipend of R3 500 per month for the duration of the learnership.

Correctional Services Learnership Requirements

There are certain requirements for being accepted into this learnership:

Minimum Requirements

  • You must be a South African citizen
  • 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)

Other Requirements

  • You must be between the ages of 21 and 35 years
  • Applicants must not have a criminal record (if you have a criminal case pending against you, you must provide all the details when applying.)
  • You need to have a strong character

Preference will be given to applicants who have additional qualifications such as a Trade or Occupational-based Certificate, Diploma, or Degree related to Security/Corrections. Any such additional qualifications will not be considered in the payment of the stipend paid to learners during the learnership or for further salary/wage purposes.

The FET Certificate in Corrections Services Learnership in DCS

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:

Theory

About 30% of the training will consist of theory. This instructional training will take place at an accredited DCS college that will be specified by the Department.

  • Theoretical training will include intensive instruction on firearms, self-defense and physical training.
  • This training is compulsory and means that you will stay at the Training College on a full-time basis.
  • Successful applicants receive free accommodation, meals, a uniform (field wear and a tracksuit), and all training materials during the training period.

Workplace Training

The remaining 70% of the training will be practical workplace (on-the-job) training which will take place at the Correctional and Social Reintegration Centres/Units.

  • This part of the training will include duties connected to the rehabilitation and provision of security to offenders.
  • 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 has successfully undergone external verification by SASSETA, a FET Certificate in Corrections Services NQF 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 by the Department of Correctional Services in accordance with Sections 17 and 18 of the Skills Development Act, 97 of 1998.

Correctional Services Learnership Application Process

How to Apply for the DCS Learnerships?

In order to apply for the FET Certificate in Corrections Services Learnership, you must complete an application form in your own handwriting.

How to get the Correctional Services Forms?

  • You can get the Application for Admission to a Learnership in DCS form from any Correctional Services Office, or you can download it from the Department of Correctional Services website.
  • The e-DCS website is www.dcs.gov.za under the Forms Tab
    • Once you access the website, look at the top or bottom for the link that says “Forms” and click on it. Then click on the Internship/Learnership Application Forms 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. DCS Corrections Service Learnership: Gauteng Region: Leeuwkop (Ref GP02)
  • 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
  • Faxed or e-mailed 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 thus suggested to apply for a learnership in the Region or Management Area closest to where you live.

Completed Correctional Services Learnership application forms with all necessary attached documents can be mailed (posted at the post office) or hand-delivered to the Regional Commissioner at the Management Office nearest to where you live. You can find the address and contact details of your nearest Management Office.

Correctional Services Learnership Learnership Information

Applications for this learnership will open later in the year, normally around November or December. You can keep checking whether the learnership is open for applications yet by checking the Vacancies page on the DCS website.

Read through the links on this page and look for a link that says Learnership Programme advert with closing date and click on the link to see if it is the correct learnership (this advert usually also gives all the addresses you can deliver or mail your application to.)

Also look at our full list of companies offering learnerships.

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