Learnership Available in KZN 9


Learnership candidates are invited to apply for upcoming learnership contracts with various companies.

Companies will fully subsidise study and will pay a monthly learner allowance. Learners will be contracted for a period between 6 to 12 months. Minimum requirement is matric with a least a “D” aggregate.

Whilst studying, learners will obtain valuable work experience.

After completion of the learnership, learners will receive a nationally recognised qualification coupled with good work experience.

Companies may opt to employ learners for further period or for permanent positions.

Preference will be given to AA candidates. Disabled candidates are welcome to apply.

Company:Staff Placement

Fax no:0865865329

Email:staffplacement@telkomsa.net

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9 thoughts on “Learnership Available in KZN

  • Thandi Moloi

    Hi fellow member’s,

    I am a new member of the the skills universe looking for opportunities to network,companies that need to train  people for jobs and thanks Brownyn for the info on learnership opportunity. “I am hunting for a learnership opportunity”

  • Melissa Harvey

    Hi Bronwyn,

    Thanks so much for all the useful info 🙂

    However, I am from a company looking to put other people onto learnerships but can not find a provider to assist.  I have contacted just about every provider on a list I received from my Seta.  I have contacted other Setas too and I have contacted the DOL as well as SAQA.

    So just wanting to know if you might know of any providers that might be able to help, with providing learnerships. at this time of the year – with a small group of learners.

  • Bronwyn Newman Post author

    Also Melissa contact Staff Placements as well.

    Sometimes money is given to small recruiting companies and training institutions to assist with learnership programmes. The best place to get onto a learnership is also through the relevant seta.

     

  • Bronwyn Newman Post author

    Dear Melissa

    Thank you for you enquiry. I do understand your concern and misunderstanding in this regard.

    I would like to advise you to contact these following places for further assistance regarding learnships and also to give you an idea on what learnerships is all about.

     

    A learnership is a great way to get a recognised qualification without having to pay thousands of Rands. Because of this many people are very keen to start a learnership.

    Unfortunately starting a learnership is not as easy as filling in a form. Before you can start a learnership there must be a company that can provide you with employment, or at least the opportunity to get the workplace experience necessary for the learnership.

    If you are currently employed you should speak to your company’s Skills Development Facilitator or person responsible for training and ask them if there are opportunities for learnerships with your company.

    If you would like to do a learnership but are currently unemployed there are a number of things you should do.

    Department of Labour
    Contact your local Department of Labour office as they are keeping a database of people who want to go on learnerships. Then when a course is available the employers will know where to recruit learners from. Visit the office and tell them that you would like to register as a Job Seeker. You will fill in a form which lists your interests and skills.

    A learnership is a great way to get a recognised qualification without having to pay thousands of Rands. Because of this many people are very keen to start a learnership.

    Unfortunately starting a learnership is not as easy as filling in a form. Before you can start a learnership there must be a company that can provide you with employment, or at least the opportunity to get the workplace experience necessary for the learnership.

    If you are currently employed you should speak to your company’s Skills Development Facilitator or person responsible for training and ask them if there are opportunities for learnerships with your company.

    If you would like to do a learnership but are currently unemployed there are a number of things you should do.

    Department of Labour
    Contact your local Department of Labour office as they are keeping a database of people who want to go on learnerships. Then when a course is available the employers will know where to recruit learners from. Visit the office and tell them that you would like to register as a Job Seeker. You will fill in a form which lists your interests and skills.

    SAQA has also launched a National Career Advice Helpline.

    086 0111 673

    Email Address: help@nqf.org.za

    http://www.careerhelp.org.za/ as well as  http://www.careerwise.co.za

    You could  contact the relevant Seta

    Merseta on 011 551 5200

    Food and Bev Seta on (011) 253 7300

    Chieta on 0860 244 382  

    Isett on 011 207 2600

    Please go to our new sister site:

    http://www.thecareersportal.co.za

    Click on the Internships tab & then when the headings show below that click on “add your information” & add all your relevant information.

    The site is new but as more members join, more employers will be going to the site to find people for internships & other positions.

  • Melissa Harvey

    Hi Bronwyn,

    I am looking to send some people on learnerships – does staff placements offer the learnerships?  OR do you use a provider?  I am struggling to find an accredited provider to assist with Learnerships here in KZN.  Do you perhaps know of anyone?