NYDA Learnerships

NYDA Learnerships

NYDA Learnerships have a great variety of fields to consider. The talented youth of South Africa can gain hands-on knowledge in fields such as business administration, social work, IT systems, child and youth care and more. If you feel you are suitable for the career paths mentioned or any other they have to offer and you meet all requirements submit your application once the learnership becomes available.

NYDA or National Youth Development Agency was established to take on the challenges faced by many of the youth of South Africa. This is still the primary goal of this South African based company today. They address issues that concern the development of the countries youth whether it is at a local Government level, national or provincial level. The youth in South Africa make up about 42% of the country?s population. When talking about the youth it includes those between the ages of 14 and 35. Youth development is a priority to the NYDA to combat poor living conditions, poverty, poor health and all things that affect the youth.

They aim to develop job stability, lessen poverty, take away inequality and provide sustainable employments. They try to identify problems and provide long-term solutions to challenges faced by the youth of South Africa. Their learnership program is one of the ways implemented to achieve their goals.

NYDA Learnerships Available

The NYDA offers qualifying student?s great opportunities to gain hands-on experience in a variety of fields through their learnership program. Below we have compiled a list of some of the fields they offer yearly.

Fields available on learnerships may include the following and more:

  • Social Auxiliary work
  • Information Technology
  • Child and Youth Care
  • Business Administration
  • Early Childhood Development
  • IT Systems
  • Human Resources
  • Administration

The duration of learnerships may vary in accordance to the company?s need. They are usually for 12 or 18-months, some offer a monthly allowance and some may not. These and other conditions will be discussed with successful candidates.

NYDA Learnerships Requirements

Each program offered by the NYDA has requirements that must be met by all applicants. Below we have compiled a list of some of these requirements that you can use as a guideline.

Qualifications / Requirements needed:

  • You must be a South African citizen
  • Applicants must have a Grade 12 certification
  • Candidates must have a valid/legal ID book or document
  • You must be unemployed
  • Depending on the field and opportunity you must have a diploma or degree in the field

Candidates with a disability are also encouraged to apply for learnerships provided by the NYDA. These applicants must provide a medical certificate stating their disability with their application form and other documents. Some of their learnerships are also available for students from Grade 8 and up. Applications must be completed in full and all documentation must be certified copies. Candidates can also submit referral letters and a CV.

NYDA Learnerships Application

NYDA learnership application online is easy to do via the NYDA Website. However, interested individuals must first register on the NYDA Website which is free and can then browse their opportunities and programs available. When the learnership program opens the application form and all other detail will be available on their website as well.

Once applications close the company will select candidates who are suitable and these will be added to their shortlist. Candidates on the shortlist will be contacted with more information and may be invited to an interview. If you do not receive any word from the company, you can assume your application was not selected.

NYDA Learnerships Closing Date

Closing dates for learnership provided by the NYDA are usually during July, August, and October. Depending on the field and opportunities available, some have been reported to close in January as well. Thus, it is vital for interested individuals to seek open learnerships on the company?s website and ensure you are aware of the current closing date.

Your application plus all documentation must be submitted before the indicated closing date for it to be considered. Any applications that do not have all the documents or are incomplete will not be considered. Please do not submit your original documentation, just certified copies of them.

Department of Health Kwa Zulu Natal Learnerships 2020 -2021

Department of Health North West Learnerships

The Department intends to teach the workforce and deliver skilled experts to the medical industry. They aim at avoiding and fighting illnesses with suitable access, effectiveness, superiority, and justness given to all communities and people, by training the youth to care for the sick with great Department of Health Kwa Zulu Natal Learnerships.

This Department offers qualifying and talented individuals an opportunity to learn and gain experience within the medical field. Thus, stabilizing the need to skilled medical professionals throughout the country. Successful individuals will have an opportunity to work in a field they love and help those who need it most.

Department of Health Kwa Zulu Natal Learnerships Available

This Department offers selected candidates a four-year program to learn and gain valuable skills within their selected field of medical care. They also offer one and two-year learnerships in the nursing field.

Some of the fields that they offer are:

  • Child Nursing Science
  • Neonatal Nursing Science
  • Psychiatric Nursing
  • Critical Care Nursing
  • Midwifery
  • Theatre Nursing
  • Enrolled Nursing
  • Clinical Specialization
  • Social Auxiliary work
  • Professional Nursing
  • Pharmacist Assistant
  • Enrolled Nursing Auxiliary

Also, take a look at our complete list of Government Learnerships. Or our complete list of companies offering Learnerships.

Department of Health Kwa Zulu Natal Learnerships Requirements

Candidates wishing to pursue a career within the health industry and wanting to partake in a learnership offered by this Department will need to meet all stipulations as requested. This Department prefers candidates aged between 18 and 35. All documentation must be certified and certification has been done within a maximum of three months prior to the application.

Applicants must:

  • Be a citizen of South African
  • Be in possession of a valid ID document
  • Hold a valid Matric / Grade 12 certificate
  • Stay within the area they are applying in
  • Be unemployed
  • Be proficient in English, read, write and speak
  • With Life Science and Biology subjects is preferred
  • Be computer literate

Applicants must have the following competencies and attributes:

  • A love of people and patience
  • Problem-solving abilities
  • Leadership and organizational skills
  • Can handle pressure and crisis situations
  • Must have great life skills, compassion, and a caring nature
  • A love for studying
  • Be honest and reliable

Department of Health Kwa Zulu Natal Learnerships Application

Online Applications are not available. The Department application forms can be collected at the Government hospital nearest to where candidates stay and also returned there. For more information visit the Department of Health Kwa-Zulu Natal online.

The application must be fully completed and then returned with the appropriate records and certification as is stipulated in the advertisement. Each learnership advertised will be for acceptance by selected candidates to start the following year. Successful applicants will also be required to sign a contract with the Department.

All documentation and the application must be signed, certified and submitted before the closing date. Applications must not be given or delivered to any of the hospitals, clinics or nursing colleges in this area. Interested individuals must please read the advertisement carefully and follow it precisely.

This Department receives a great number of applications each year, thus, they cannot respond to all. The Department will only contact selected candidates. If you have not heard anything within three months from the closing date, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Candidates who have been part of this program previously will not be considered again. Applications received late, incomplete or that are missing any of the requested documentation will not be looked at.

This learnership program offered by the Department is usually for a four-year period. Applicants must ensure they certify all documentation. Verification of documents, address and experience will be done. Candidates who make the shortlist will be obligatory to complete a medical examination and also a security verification.

Department of Health Kwa Zulu Natal Learnerships Closing Date

Interested candidates can submit their applications to this Department before August yearly for learnership programs the following year. With these learnerships the Department of Health Kwa Zulu Natal intends to supply sufficient professionals within the public service and health care industry. The department holds affirmative employment issues close to heart and believes in a fair opportunity for all.