National Treasury Learnership Program 2017 – 2018

With learnership programs provided by the National Treasury Department candidates will have the opportunity to develop their skills, resources, and quality that is required within their field.  Each selected individual will be mentored by professionals within all sectors of banking.  Selected applicants will have the occasion to see the works of several banking divisions and processes.

This division of Government is held accountable for managing the national government’s funds. They assist in closing the gap of unemployment by offering talented individuals great opportunities. This helps to provide selected individuals with skills, an income, and development to enter the workforce prepared.

With most learnerships it is possible to fast-track your career.  Successful candidates will expand on their capability, as well as an understanding of all sections of the financial sector.  Each candidate will learn about service delivery, the culture of this industry, they will build rewarding relationships with clients and see firsthand the innovativeness of banking.

The National Treasury Learnership Program has limited openings and usually only offer up to ten candidates this unique opportunity. Selected individuals will learn more about the levels of management, how to prepare cost-effective solutions to financial problems, the completion of documentation and required documents for a variety of procedures.  Depending on their field of interest, candidates will discover the workings of reporting, updating, planning, loans, finance, accounting services, administration and much more.

National Treasury Learnership Available

This department has a variety of learnerships to offer successful candidates within a wide range of fields. Most fields will be in alignment with the department’s needs.

Fields may vary, yet candidates can have a look within the following lines:

  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Taxation
  • Economics
  • Industrial Psychology
  • Econometrics
  • Management
  • Advisory Services

National Treasury Learnership: Requirements

The requirements for each learnership will not be the same as it will depend on the field. There are some basic requirements that each of these fields will have in common. Additional requirements will be stipulated on the application or the learnership information sheet provided on the department’s website.

The basic requirements may include the following:

  • The applicant must be a South African citizen
  • Applicant must have a valid ID document
  • The applicant must hold a valid Grade 12 / Matric
  • Applicant must be proficient in English

National Treasury Learnership: Application

National Treasury learnership applications online are made available via their website. These learnership opportunities will only be posted here once they open. Candidates must download the form and fill it in completely and honestly. Once you have completed the form it must be e-mail to the e-mail address provided on the application along with all certified documentation.

Documents and application may also be posted to:

The National Treasury Department

The Training officer

Private Bag X115

Pretoria

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Documentation required will be as follow:

  • Complete and up to date Curriculum Vitae
  • Fully completed and signed application
  • ID document of applicant
  • Certifications / Degrees
  • All Academic records

Duration of each learnership will be for a different length as is required per field. Candidates are reminded to ensure they complete the application and attach all documentation before submitting. Late applications, incomplete or applications missing documentation will not be considered.

National Treasury Learnership: Closing Date

Closing dates of learnerships provided by this department may differ. This is due to these opportunities only being made available as determined by the scarce fields and need within the department. They do, however, usually open during the first months of the year and close round the middle to end of each year.

Depending on the progress of successful candidates, some may be offered a permanent position upon completion of their learnership term. However, this is not a guarantee of such, as it will depend on the department, the candidate’s progress and openings within.