SASSETA Learnerships 2020 -2021

These learnerships are made available in all the Provinces throughout South Africa. Candidates wishing to apply must do so within their own Province. These SASSETA Learnerships are usually for a period of 12 months to 24 months, and they do include a monthly stipend.

Would you love to work in law enforcement, defense, policing and areas of the law?

There are numerous opportunities for energetic, young and gifted personalities each year. This learnership program offers a variety of different fields to look at when deciding upon a career path. These learnerships usually also include a study training period, along with field training. Candidates will be given classes, along with field experience while learning from specialists within each field. These learnerships are rare in South Africa, but if this is your desire, you may find a learnership that is ideal for you.

If you are interested, have a look at the fields available, and if you adhere to all the requirements, please apply for a learnership at your closest SASSETA offices.

SASSETA Learnerships Available

SASSETA has a couple of different fields available for successful candidates, they include the following fields, but is not limited to these only.

  • Policing
  • Disciplinary action
  • Justice
  • Administration
  • Forensic Science
  • Defense
  • Investigating
  • Legal
  • Witness Support
  • Investigation
  • Criminology
  • National Intelligence
  • Private Security
  • Criminal Transportation
  • Correctional Services

This learnership program runs in line with the Governments National Skills Development Strategy and offers candidates from all communities and background, the opportunity to become part of a skilled workforce. They aim to alleviate poverty and unemployment throughout South Africa.  This program includes a monthly stipend for the period of the learnership, which is usually for a 12 month period.

SASSETA Learnerships Requirements

Candidates must include a detailed curriculum vitae and must be between the ages of 21 and 35.  Candidates should also provide contactable references, along with any information they feel may be applicable to their application.  Include certified copies of all relevant certificates, ID Documents and proof of address no older than three months.

Candidates will also be required to adhere to the following:

  • Applicants must be a South African citizen
  • Candidates must hold a valid South African ID document
  • All candidates must have completed Grade 12 certificate
  • Candidates must hold a degree within their field of application
  • You must be proficient in English and one other language
  • Candidates must be proficient in Mathematics
  • All candidates must not hold any criminal record
  • Candidates must have exceptional communication skills ?Verbal & Written
  • Applicants must be of strong character
  • Candidates must have a fundamental knowledge of the field they are applying for

Candidates who apply be checked for the following:

  • Any and all credit records
  • Criminal record
  • Any references with previous employers
  • Any falsification of documentation

Falsification of any kind will not be taken lightly. Only candidates who make the shortlist will be contacted. These candidates may be asked to undergo medical, psychometric or other tests as is required by the company. Candidates are not assured a permanent position after completion of their learnership, however, some of these institutes may offer permanent positions if they have an opening.

Approximately 30% of each learnership will consist of theoretical training, and 70% will be practical training at the workplace.  Learnership may include self-defense, firearm and physical training.

SASSETA Learnerships Application

Learnerships online applications processes are made available during the year, depending on the company needs for more information look HERE on their website.  The application must be accompanied by all relevant documentation. Qualifications and details will be verified. Successful candidates will be contacted and an interview arranged.

Candidates must ensure that they complete the application form fully and sign it before sending it in. Any forms that are missing information, a signature, a date or documentation, will be disqualified. Any late entries will not be looked at. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted, thus, if you have not heard from the company within three months of the closing date, you can assume your application was unsuccessful.

Candidates can also find more information with their Departments of Labor, of University Campus Career Centers. Faxed, e-mailed or photo-copied applications will not be acceptable.

Candidates can visit this SASSETA page for forms, as well as more information regarding their learnerships program. Candidates must download the learnerships agreement form.

SASSETA Learnerships Closing Date

Late applications will not be considered, thus, candidates are urged to ensure that, they have their applications in prior to closing dates.

SABC Learnerships 2020 -2021

SABC is known to be South Africa?s leading broadcasting organization. They know the vitality of education and the effects of media along with social sharing, radio and more.  They are known as a deep-rooted body within South Africa. They offer a diversity of openings yearly. They seek talented, young, deserving candidates each year to aid in filling openings, but also to aid in the development of the youth within South Africa, and stabilize the economy of the country.

They offer successful candidates a monthly stipend, which will depend on the position they are filling.  Most of their learnerships will be for a duration of between 6 months and even up to 2 years.

Individuals who are interested in the positions mentioned below or those as advertised by the SABC and meet all requirements are welcome to apply.  Become part of an exciting new world, filled with diversity and challenges.

This company boasts a rich and quite fascinating history, growth and went through multiple changes as it became more and more part of the country. It aids in restructuring the workforce, stabilizing the economy and offering equal opportunity to all South Africans.

SABC Learnerships Available

SABC has a variety of fields available each year, here are some that may be of interest to you, depending on your desired career path:

  • Marketing
  • Journalism
  • Broadcasting Engineer
  • Radio Engineering
  • Radio Programming
  • Radio Production
  • Technology Operator
  • Television Operations
  • Radio Production
  • Sound Restoration
  • Information Technology
  • Technology Television Operations
  • Lighting Operator ? Technology
  • Technical Operator
  • Camera Operations – Technology

SABC Learnerships Requirements

Applications are accepted yearly for a variety of learnerships at the SABC.  These aids to fill openings within the company that arises, however, a permanent position is not guaranteed. Please ensure you provide sufficient contact detail such as telephone numbers, postal and physical addresses and more.

Candidates will also be required to have the following:

  • Applicants must hold a valid Matric certificate
  • Candidates must be a South African citizen
  • All candidates must be unemployed
  • Valid ID book/card
  • Candidates with a degree or diploma within the selected discipline
  • All candidates must be computer literate
  • Candidates must be proficient in English (read, write & speak)
  • You must be willing to do an aptitude test, along with any other required criteria
  • Candidates must apply within their relevant provinces

Please note that incomplete applications will not be considered.  Ensure you attach all relevant certified documentation to your application, in addition to a curriculum vitae.  The curriculum vitae should reflect your expertise, competencies along with your skills and interests.

Application

SABC learnerships online applications processes are made available during the year when they have openings.  Candidates interested in applying may have a look online, on the SABC website for any developments during the year. Candidates may also send an inquiry e-mail. Candidates must ensure they have all requirements as stipulated on the application form or advertisement.  Learnerships may also be advertised on SABC radio stations and local newspapers.

Once applications open you can download the form, complete it and submit it along with all required documentation, additionally you can also contact them for more information.  Remember to include certified copies of all qualification as well as your ID. They will not accept any late entries, so be sure you have your application, along with all required documentation in on time.  Their internships are subject to change regularly as their needs arise and are filled.  The SABC also offers successful candidates a monthly stipend, and most of their learnerships are for a duration of 1 year or more.

Provinces that candidates can look at are as follow:

  • Limpopo
  • North West
  • Free State / Northern Cape
  • Western Cape
  • Eastern Cape
  • Pretoria
  • Gauteng
  • KZN
  • Mpumalanga
  • Limpopo
  • North West

SABC Learnerships Closing Date

The closing dates for SABC learnerships are usually round September and October each year.  The SABC will contact qualifying individuals, and appointments will be made for interviews.  Thus, if you do not hear from them, candidates can accept their applications as being unsuccessful.

Department of Public Works Learnerships 2020 -2021

Department of Public Works Learnerships

The Department of Public Works targets to benefit the filling of positions in all fields seen as scarce, they offer young, talented candidates the prospect of working within these fields. With these Department of Public Works Learnerships, the department can now also sustain an experienced labor force. They also promote the economic growth of the country with these learnerships.

These learnerships offer all South Africans an equal chance to learn how the workplace functions. Their choices are not based on factors such as religion, race or gender. They are looking for young individuals who show astonishing abilities academically, with an enthusiasm to learn and make the most of their lives.

Successful candidates will have access to education, hands-on experience and can learn from the best professional in each field. If you are interested in any of the fields mentioned below, or any of the known scarce fields, please read-on.

Department of Public Works Learnerships Available

These fields of study are made available by the Department yearly, some may depend on the need within the Department, and there may also be other fields available.

Candidates interested in any of the following scarce fields of study may apply:

Requirements

Applications must include certified copies of all documentation and must ensure they completed the application fully, as well as sign it. It is suggested that candidates also include a Curriculum Vitae?and cover letter with their application. Requirements will differ, depending on the career path, yet there are some basic requirements.

Candidates will require the following for most Learnerships:

  • You must hold a valid Matric Certificate
  • Candidates must be a South African citizen with a valid ID Document
  • All candidates must be computer literate
  • Candidates must be proficient in English (speak, read & write)
  • Applicants must hold a degree or diploma in the field applying for
  • Candidates must be unemployed
  • All candidates must be between 18 and 25 years old
  • Must not have been part of another learnership

Candidates with the following attributes are preferred:

  • Self-motivated
  • Able to meet deadlines
  • Works well under pressure
  • Can work independently
  • Works well as part of a team
  • Great planning skills
  • Great organizing skills
  • Analytically orientated
  • Great negotiation skills
  • Accurate
  • Detail orientated

Candidates from specific communities?or previously disadvantaged backgrounds will receive preference.

Application

Department of Public Works online learnerships applications is not available. Candidates may find applications at their local department office, and also return the completed form with required documentation to the same office. The department may also advertise these learnerships by means of advertisements in newspapers, career exhibitions, radio broadcasting or even by visiting educational institutes. Candidates are asked to please ensure that all documents are copied and certified. Please do not send your original documents with the application.

The following documents must accompany your application:

  • Affidavit
  • Motivation Letter
  • ID Document of Student
  • ID Document of parents/guardian
  • Proof of financial need
  • Admission letter from Institute of Higher Learning
  • Academic Records
  • Grade 12 Certificate
  • Progress Reports (where applicable)

Candidates must please ensure that the application form is completed in legible writing. All fields must be completed, and the application signed by the applicant. Because of the high amount of applications they receive yearly, only those who have qualified will be contacted. The Department asks that candidates please not contact them.

Only shortlisted candidates will be interviewed. No late applications will be considered, or applications missing a signature, documentation or are not completed fully.? Candidates who have not had any communication after 60 days from closing date, can assume their application was unsuccessful. These learnerships may be for a duration of 12 months to 2 years. For more information candidates can visit their website?and many of the provinces have their own learnership opportunities as well.

Department of Public Works Learnerships Closing Date

Applications usually close during August each year, thus, interested candidates must ensure their applications are in before the closing date. The idea with these learnerships?is to aid in the stabilizing of the economy and promote growth within South Africa. These learnerships assist in alleviating the shortage of scarce skills?and promote skills development across all fields.?

Department of Home Affairs Learnerships 2020 -2021

Department of Home Affairs Learnerships

The Department of Home Affairs Learnerships?are part of the?Governments ?National Skills Development Strategy? Act. This includes the growth of high-value opportunities, employment growth, and skills development in all sectors, social development along with assisting the youth to become part of the labor force in South Africa.

Successful candidates will have great access to mentors and trainers, exploring the wealth of information made available, growing and becoming professionals in various fields. This department makes learnerships available in all provinces throughout South Africa, offering equal opportunities to all the youth. The learnerships will vary in duration and only include a monthly stipend for successful candidates.

They seek talented, young candidates who are interested to fill the scarce skills within South Africa. Candidates will be able to build-up their knowledge, gain invaluable experience and learn from the best. Some successful candidates may be offered a?permanent position, however, this is not a guarantee.

Department of Home Affairs Learnerships Available

If you are planning to work in one of the following directions these learnerships may just be what you need.? The learnerships fields available yearly?will differ depending on the current openings within the Department.

Candidates may, however, look at the following fields:

  • Finance
  • Administration Clerk
  • Supply Chain
  • Civil Services
  • Strategic Planning
  • Public Relations
  • Internal Audit
  • Information Services
  • Civic Service Supervisor
  • Public Administration
  • Political Science
  • Cost and Management Accounting

See our full list of Governmental 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.? Please also include certified copies of all relevant certificates, ID, and proof of address no older than three months.? Candidates must be permanent South African residents and citizens. Those with a disability are also welcome to apply.

Most candidates will also be required to have the following:

  • Matric or Grade 12
  • Must be between the ages of 18 and 35
  • Proficient in English, read, write and speak
  • Proficient in one other National Language
  • Computer literate
  • Candidates must not have a permanent employment
  • Be self-motivated and a team player
  • Must be able to work under pressure and be a great listener
  • Candidates must not be registered with any other institute for a learnership
  • Must be innovative, ethical, honest and professional
  • Flexibility with a commitment to learn, but moreover willingness to work

Application

Online Application is?made available during the year. Candidates may be required to complete an online assessment, (this will take approximately 30 minutes) before starting the application process. There are some learnerships offered where the application forms can only be collected by an office of the department. Candidates can inquire at their campus careers center for open learnerships within the department, or at the department office closest to their home.

Most applications require?a Z83 application form and it must be handed in with all required certified documentation. Candidates can download the form from their website. Please ensure the application is signed and completed in full. Incomplete forms, or forms missing attachments, will not even be considered. Faxed or e-mailed application will also be rejected, if forms have been collected at the office of the department within your area, it must be returned there. However, if you apply online you do not need to go to the office in your area.

Successful candidates will be informed within 3 weeks to 3 months after the closing date of the learnership. If you do not receive any form of communication, please deem your application as unsuccessful. For additional information, candidates may contact the helpdesk at 011 ? 355 5463 or send an e-mail to Ouma.Ngobeni@gauteng.gov.za

Department of Environmental Affairs Learnerships 2020 -2021

Department of Environmental Affairs Learnerships

Learnerships in this category?ranges from ocean life, wildlife, the air, land and all that our universe consists of.?You will be able to bridge the gap between studies and the workplace, gain valuable knowledge and hands-on experience with these Learnerships. The Department of Environmental Affairs is constantly seeking talented young individuals who have a great ambition to make a difference in life.

The South African Government see the youth as the life and future of the country, thus, they offer learnerships to bright minds of the future. They provide equal opportunities, aiding in education, training and skills development within all fields. These learnerships assist in the economy, builds up communities and ensure work for all the people. Most of these are aimed at the scares skills.

Some of these learnerships may even offer successful candidates full-time employment, but it is not guaranteed. If this is your field of interest, keep on reading.

Department of Environmental Affairs Learnerships Available

There are many?learnerships available within all sectors of this department. They are constantly seeking young and energetic candidates to be trained within various scarce fields.

Some career paths may comprise of the following options:

  • Accountancy
  • Journalism
  • Financials
  • Communications
  • Human Resources
  • Public Relations
  • Media Studies
  • Management
  • Plumbing
  • Water Agents
  • Legal
  • Information Technology
  • Customer Relationship Management
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Environmental Management
  • Procurements
  • Marine Science
  • Town Planning
  • Zoology
  • Oceanography
  • Business Administration
  • Welding
  • Electrical
  • Instrumentation
  • Waste management
  • Pollution Management
  • Asset Management
  • Public Administration

Requirements

Candidates who wish to apply for these learnerships must fulfill the requirements, of the department as set out in the application for the field.

These may include the following:

  • All candidates must be a South African Citizen
  • Candidates must hold a valid South African ID document
  • All candidates must comply with the requirements as set out on the application
  • Candidates must hold a Matric with Science and Mathematics
  • Applicants must have great communication skills
  • Must be able to communicate and interact with clients and customers
  • You must be passionate about the environment and making a difference
  • Must be unemployed

Candidates must ensure that the application form is filled in completely, signed and all documentation certified?and attached. Candidates must also be willing to enter into a service contract with the Department for a duration up to 36 months. Candidates with a relevant technical knowledge will be seen as an added advantage.

Documentation that has to be attached to your application are as follow:

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Grade 12 Results
  • All and any Academic Records
  • Applicants ID documentation

Learnerships Application

Online applications are?not available at present. Applications can be collected at your closest Department of Environmental Affairs, and also returned there once completed. Applicants fill in the form completely, sign it and attach an up-to-date Curriculum Vitae, with all certified copies of documentation as stipulated. For more information on their programs and availability candidates can visit their website.

Applications that are not filled in completely, missing a signature, missing documentation or are received late will not be considered. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Candidates may deem their application unsuccessful?if they have not heard anything from the department within two months, after closing dates.

BHP Billiton Learnerships 2020 -2021

This company found its roots during the middle of the eighteenth century. The first operations were on a small island, with tin mining. From here they grew and lay down roots all over the world, going from strength to strength. They became a great strength within most mining sectors, as well as metals. They are a main fabricator for chrome, aluminum, titanium, nickel and also steaming coal.

Today they are known as a world leader, with a resilient foundation and an honored heritage. They aid in uplifting multiple communities and industries, stabilizing economies throughout the globe for more than a 150 years. Through the years, they have also added zinc, lead, diamonds, silver, gas, copper and iron ore to their product ranges, in addition to a variety of other natural assets.

They promote their core values all the way through all their operations universally. Encouraging integrity, simplicity, respect, sustainability, accountability, and performance. These values are also what they seek in their workforce, building a stronger world for the youth of tomorrow. If this is your field or industry of preference, read-on and make a positive change.

BHP Billiton Learnerships Available

This company has many possible career options. Candidates who are interested in building a career with them may look at any one of the mentioned fields below, or any other fields included on the company?s website.

The following fields are available and more:

  • Analyst
  • Human Resources
  • Supply Chain
  • Information Technology
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Control Systems
  • Environmental Science
  • Surveying
  • Geology
  • Boilermakers
  • Fitters
  • Electricians
  • Auto Electricians
  • Diesel Mechanics
  • Instrumentation Technicians
  • Rigger
  • Communications
  • Marketing
  • Accounting

BHP Billiton Learnerships Requirements

These stipulated are only guidelines, thus, candidates are urged to ensure they meet all requirements as stipulated by the company on the application form. Candidates with disabilities are urged to apply.

However, for most positions within this field, candidates will be required to have the following:

  • All candidates must be a South African citizen, with a valid ID document
  • Candidate must have a certificate or degree within the field they are applying for
  • You must hold valid Matric with Mathematics and Science
  • Candidates must be computer literate
  • All candidate must be fluent in English
  • Candidate must be able to meet deadlines
  • Applicants must be analytical thinkers
  • Candidates must be able to multi-task easily
  • All candidates must be spirited and eager to learn
  • Candidates must have strong communication skills
  • You must give great attention to detail
  • Candidates must be able to work under pressure
  • All candidates must be able to work as part of a team, and independently

Preference will be given to candidates who have a valid driver?s license, as well as employee?s children and those from local communities. BHP Billion values safety as a vital part of any work description within their company, and believe in uncompromised values, thus, their ideal candidate will have the following attributes:

  • Respect
  • Simplicity
  • Integrity
  • Dedication
  • Accountability
  • Self-motivated

BHP Billiton Learnerships Application

BHP Billiton learnerships online applications are made available yearly. Candidates will be able to gather more information regarding this process, on their web page if you intend on apply, or call their offices to find out more. Candidates can search under their Graduate Program, then select ?current opportunities?, once they become available they can be found there.

Candidates who have vision, spunk, and ambition in life, may just fit perfectly in at BHP Billiton. You can walk a successful path with this learnerships, if this is what you truly want to do. Always pursue your dreams!

BHP Billiton Learnerships Closing Date

Closing dates will depend on the need within the company, however, candidates that are interested can search for open learnerships usually during July and December yearly.

Candidates are reminded to ensure applications are completed in full, and all required documentation attached before sending in their applications. All documentation must be certified copies, please do not attach your originals. It is also highly recommended to add a cover letter, along with a Curriculum Vitae.

Please remember to sign the application, include copies of all required documentation as stipulated in the application, and fill in the application completely. No late entries will be considered, so ensure you know what the closing date is, and have your application in on time.

Barloworld Learnerships 2020 -2021

Are you passionate about all things concerning motor cars, machinery, and technology while also advancing a cleaner, better future? If this is your first love in life, then Barloworld Learnerships may just be the place for you and your future.

Barloworld was established during the nineteenth century, they boast with processes in approximately 24 countries worldwide, with more than 19 500 personnel in South Africa.

Barloworld is one of the foremost brands in the world, they offer fleet management, integrated rentals, product sustenance in addition to logistic resolutions. They include power schemes, agricultural clarifications, earthmoving and material management for the substantial market productions. Moreover, they also offer supply chain optimization, retail & rental motors, fleet amenities, logistic union, disposal tenacities as well as used motor vehicles.

Barloworld is supported by many of the top brands while providing high-class services to their trade partners and customers. These include business solutions with flexible offers, but most of all value. They embrace brands such as Mercedes, BMW, Ford, Massey Ferguson, Mazda, Avis, General Motors, Volkswagen, Caterpillar and much more.

Barloworld offers local and international dealings with a variety of trades. They are dedicated to the development in South Africa and aiding in sustainable employment. This company realizes the importance of the people as the foundation of any organization, thus, they constantly seek talented, young individuals to join their company.

They have established a great competitiveness within their field throughout the world. This is due to their constant empowerment of the societies wherein they operate, because of developing the skills of their workforce and offering success within their ranks. They aim at uplifting communities, stabilizing the economy and giving previously disadvantaged candidates an opportunity at a better life.

Barloworld Learnerships Available

Barloworld offers a wide selection of career paths. Interested candidates who feel they can contribute to the company, that adhere to all requirements may apply in one of the following fields, or any other field made available by the company.

The following fields along with others not mentioned may be available:

  • Sales
  • Human Resources
  • Marketing
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Financial Systems
  • Mechanical
  • Diesel Mechanic
  • Mine Surveying
  • Instrumentation
  • Computer Science
  • Technology
  • Supply Chain ? Logistics

Barloworld Learnerships Requirements

If you would like to apply for a learnership from Barloworld, candidates must provide all required certification and complete the application form.

To qualify, candidates need to meet the following requirements, however, depending on your field of application, additional requirements may be needed:

  • Grade 12 level of education with a diploma or degree within the field of application
  • Be a South African citizen
  • Possess a Valid South African ID
  • Must be unemployed
  • Be computer literate, with competency in MS Office
  • Proficient in English, read, write and understand
  • Must not currently be studying
  • Must show a dynamic and adaptable personality
  • Be willing to learn with strong technical aptitudes
  • Must give attention to detail

Candidates with a disability must provide a medical certificate, which states the nature of their disability. Candidates with a valid driver?s license will be looked at first if all other requirements are met. Some positions may require candidates to work shifts. Candidates must be prepared to sign a 12 month or longer contract with the company. These learnerships do not guarantee a permanent position. Candidates will receive a monthly stipend.

Barloworld Learnerships Application

Barloworld online learnerships applications are closed at the moment, however, once they open candidates can apply via this PAGE, simply click on the field you are interested in, and if there are any learnerships available, it will show there.

Candidates are urged to carefully read all questions, to complete the application fully and honestly. Also please remember to sign the forms, if applying online please ensure you know how to attach the required documentation. Please also remember to add a cover letter, here on you state all your extra-mural activities, desires, accomplishments and future ideals.

Applicants will be contacted that make the short-list and an interview may be scheduled. Candidates who show an excellent academic along with leadership potential will be looked at first. The company may request additional information from candidates at their own discretion or arrange for an interview prior to awarding the learnership.

Barloworld Learnerships Closing Date

Applications are available yearly on Barloworld?s website, once a position becomes available. There is no specific time for learnerships opening and closing with this company.

Seta Learnerships 2020 -2021

Seta was established in 2005, with their main aim in implementing the ?National Skills Development Strategy? plan. They are known as the Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA). They assist in promoting the development of skills in all sectors. The sectors of Seta has been substituted for the 33 Industry Training Boards. They hold great responsibility and power in all sectors. Every industry and occupation is covered by their sectors. They ensure Seta internships, Seta learnerships and all skills and learning programs follow the skills development plan.

The people of South Africa need to learn new skills and find suitable work, thus, Seta aims in delivering these, to aid in stabilizing the economy, while promoting a skilled workforce. Yearly we see thousands of matriculates enter the workforce, but only about 10% find suitable work. Learnerships gives these candidates new skills and enables them to be better prepared to enter the workforce. South Africa has more than 4 million unemployed people, this is mainly due to a shortage of skills.

The economy has 23 sectors, and each of these a Seta division to aid in filling scarce skill shortages. Each sector is related to different industries. These fall under public and private sectors. Each sector of Seta promotes and aids in promoting, facilitating and developing training and education with all levels of business.

With the help that is provided by Seta, and all its sectors we see the following:

  • Higher levels of skilled workers
  • A balancing of the supply and demand in the workforce
  • In-service training providing education via flexible and diverse routes
  • A wider selection of career options
  • The quality of education is improved, delivering better-skilled workers
  • A stabilizing in the economy as more individuals receive an income
  • Better communications between private and public sectors
  • Higher productivity in all sectors

They provide learnerships for entry-level candidates, as well as other levels of education. Employment is not guaranteed with any of the learnerships they assist with, it only aids in better preparing candidates for permanent positions within a specific field.

Seta Learnerships Available

There are several learnerships made available yearly, some may include the following options for candidates:

  • Hygiene and Cleaning
  • Labour Recruitment Consultancy
  • Funeral Services
  • Funeral Directing
  • Marketing and Sales
  • Customer Management
  • Call/Contact Centre Operator
  • Call/Contact Centre Management
  • Secretarial
  • Administration
  • Property Practitioner
  • Business Advertising
  • Public Relations
  • Beauty Technology
  • Nail Technology
  • Hairdressing
  • Business Practice
  • Project Management

Seta Learnerships Requirements

Candidates between the ages of 18 and 30.  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.  Please also include certified copies of all relevant certificates, ID, and proof of address no older than three months.  Candidates must be permanent South African residents and citizens.

Most candidates will also be required to have the following:

  • Matric
  • English, read, write and speak
  • Computer literate
  • Candidates must not have a permanent employment
  • Be self-motivated and a team player
  • Candidates must not be registered with any other institute for a learnership
  • Candidates must not be studying at an institute of higher learning
  • Flexibility with a commitment to learn, but moreover willingness to work

Seta Learnerships Application

Learnerships online applications processes are not available. Candidates can contact the department within their area for forms, information, and available learnerships or visit their website.

The following offices can be contacted:

Western Cape – 021 946 4022

Northern Cape – 053 832 0051

Eastern Cape – 043 726 8314

Kwa-Zulu Natal – 031 304 5930 / 2

Mpumalanga – 087 700 8113

Free State – 051 430 5072

North West – 018 294 5280

Gauteng – 011 403 1301

Limpopo – 015 295 9303

Seta Learnerships Closing Dates

Seta learnerships have a variety of closing dates. These dates will depend on the learnership available.

Only apply within a field that you would like to pursue as a career. Remember to sign all forms, and complete them fully. Application missing certified documents, will not be considered.

Department of Labour Learnerships 2020 -2021

Department of Labour Learnerships

This Government department?helps individuals and companies to regulate working conditions and terms. To ensure everyone is treated equally and fairly, they work together with multiple companies to aid in providing skilled workers into a needy workforce. The Department of Labour Learnerships helps to educate?and assist with training talented individuals.

In all they do, they aid in fulfilling the Governments ?National Skills Development Strategy? Plan. This includes the development of high-quality learning opportunities, employment growth, and skills development in the formal sectors, development of small businesses, social development and aiding the youth to become part of the workforce.

These learnerships call for the youth between 16 and 35. Candidates must not be currently employed and willing to enter into an agreement period as stipulated by the learnership available. Many of these learnerships will be advertised, be it via the newspapers, community centers, or the Labour Department website. Candidates are urged to look at learnerships within their skills range, as well as in their area.

Department of Labour Learnerships Available

There are numerous learnerships within all sectors, some career paths may comprise of the following options:

  • Accountancy
  • Financials
  • Chartered Accountancy
  • Bookkeeping
  • Human Resources
  • Management
  • Commerce Law
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Legal Secretary
  • Education
  • Nursing

Requirements

Candidates must be permanent South African residents and citizens.? Candidates must include a detailed curriculum vitae with contact details. Ensure you have contactable references, as well as any information you feel may be appropriate to the application.? Please also include certified copies of all relevant certificates and ID Document.

Candidates will be required to provide the following:

  • Candidates must have Matric
  • Be proficient in English, read, write and speak
  • Computer literacy is an added advantage
  • Candidates must not have a permanent employment
  • Be self-motivated and a team player
  • Candidates must have good communication skills
  • Flexibility with a commitment to learn, but moreover willingness to work
  • Candidates must show skills in problem-solving, time management, planning and conflict resolution
  • Candidates must not have participated in any other learnership

Department of Labour Learnerships Application

Applying online is not?available at present. Candidates can, however, register at the department?s new division (ESSA) via this link, once registered candidates can see what learnerships are available at present or visit the Department of Labour‘s website. Candidates will be required to complete a Z83 application form. This form?is collectible at each of the Provincial offices of the Department.

Candidates can contact their local Department of Labour on the following numbers:

Free State – Bloemfontein – 051 505 6200

Limpopo – Polokwane – 015 290 1744

Kwa-Zulu – Natal – 031 366 2000

Mpumalanga – Witbank – 013 655 8700

North West – Mmabatho – 018 387 8100

Gauteng – Johannesburg – 011 853 0300

Gauteng – North Pretoria – 012 309 5000

Northern Cape – Kimberley – 053 838 1500

Eastern Cape – London – 043 701 3000

Western Cape – Cape Town – 021 441 8000

Applicants must fill in the form completely, sign it and attach an up to date Curriculum Vitae, with all certified copies of documentation as stipulated.

Applications that are not filled in completely, missing a signature, missing documentation or are received late, will not be considered. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Candidates may deem their application unsuccessful?if they have not heard anything from the department within two months, after closing dates.

Department of Labour Learnerships Closing Dates

These learnerships have different closing dates, as each will depend on the learnership, and the company. Candidates must please ensure all documentation is attached, the forms are completed fully and signed.

Lonmin Learnerships 2020 -2021

Lonmin has come a long way. It originated in the 1900?s as a Rhodesian Mining company. Lonmin was formerly part of a British platinum mining group, and they first started mining in the bushveld of South Africa. It is still registered as a London office, however, their Operational Headquarters is situated in Johannesburg, South Africa. Their main mining concerns are situated within Marikana and Limpopo. They are known to be producers of the platinum group of metals and offers great Lonmin Learnerships opportunities.

Each year this company offers learnerships to a variety of communities within South Africa. Individuals from these communities aid in their strategy to combat poverty, reduce unemployment and aid in creating skilled workers. Candidates from diverse backgrounds are invited to apply?if they meet all stipulated requirements.

The company provides practical training, as well as theoretical teachings, done by experts in each field. The duration will depend on the field of expertise you decide to follow. Successful candidates will be required to sign a legally binding contract for the duration of the learnership, or as is agreed upon by the company and the selected candidate.

Theoretical training will consist of about 40% of the learnership. Each stage will consist of structured learning components, done by accredited learning institutes. This has been proven to be thoroughly effective for the company, as well as the learner. Workplace training will make up the other 60% of the learnership. This will be structured in accordance to the standards as determined by the learning units. It also includes structured work (hands-on) training, completed within the workplace.

The company may include accommodation, pension fund, and medical aid, at its own discretion. Learners will receive a monthly stipend. Meals and transport will not be covered by the company, and candidates are thus required to ensure that they have own transport. Lonmin is an equal opportunity employer, they aim to assist in stabilizing the economy of South Africa, while also providing skilled workers within all scarce fields.

Lonmin Learnerships Available

There are numerous learnerships made available yearly, some of these include the following options:

  • Rock Engineer
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Chemical Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Diamond Processing
  • Jewelry Manufacturing
  • Diesel Mechanics
  • Administration
  • Human Resources
  • Financing
  • Metallurgy
  • Instrumentation
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Rigger
  • Fitting and Turning
  • Boiler-making
  • Welding

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.? Please also include certified copies of all relevant certificates, ID documentation and proof of address no older than three months.? Candidates must be permanent South African residents and citizens.

Most candidates will also be required to have the following:

  • Matric / Grade 12 or NQF 4
  • Must have Mathematics and Science with pass rate on Standard Grade 60% or higher and on Higher Grade 50% or higher
  • Proficient in English, read, write and speak
  • Great hand-and-eye coordination
  • Skilled in using MS Office ? Computer literate
  • Be self-motivated and a team player
  • Flexibility with a commitment to learn, but moreover willingness to work
  • No sensory restriction
  • Practically Orientated with Numerical Skills
  • Must have a step-by-step procedural approach to all duties
  • Planning and organizing skills
  • Follow instructions and procedures

Duties may include:

  • Candidates will be required to apply their expertise and skills, as well as knowledge of technology
  • They must complete all the phases, of the development program, in allocated time frame
  • You must ensure that objectives of each task are met and thoroughly understood
  • They must deliver results as is expected from them
  • Candidates must be able to adapt and respond to any changes accordingly
  • They must be able to cope with stress, pressure, and setbacks
  • You must be able to assist other team members in completing tasks
  • Report as well as communicate with team members, and seniors
  • Achieve all goals?and objectives
  • Promote and support a positive work environment
  • Build and maintain relationships within the work environment
  • Perform tasks in accordance with safety standards
  • Adhere to all regulations set by the mining authority and senior management

Lonmin Learnerships Application

Learnerships online applications process are only made available once the company opens their applications. Candidates can enquire from their University Campus Career center for open learnerships, or contact Lonmin offices. For any additional information, candidates can send an inquiry to Lonmin using their contact page.