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Apply for a Junior Leadership Programme

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Equal Education’s Junior Organiser (JO) Internship Programme is for young people who are passionate about being leaders within and outside of their communities.

Through the program, aspiring young activists develop leadership, facilitation, community organising and communication skills.

During the internship, JO’s will be involved in running Youth Groups; youth group is our main platform for engaging and developing equalizers.

The work of a JO will entail: working with a team of facilitators, building strong relationships in communities and schools, participating in and assisting with campaigns.

Participants must be energetic, hard-working, self-motivated and team players who are able to adapt to a fast-changing environment,

The 2018 JO Internship Programme entails the following:

  • It is a one year, full-time, paid internship based in the Youth Department.
  • Meeting with school and community members to build relationships and involve them in our work.
  • Each JO will be an integral part of youth groups, which includes working with a team of facilitators and ensuring that logistics around youth groups are taken care of.
  • Political Education, Leadership Development, and other training workshops.
  • Representing EE on public and private platforms.
  • Office hours are 9-5pm. However, JOs work flexible hours (late evenings and weekends).

WHO SHOULD APPLY?

  • Must be between ages of 18 – 27.
  • Post school youth who have relevant experience in facilitating or working with school pupils.
  • Are able to commit 100% of your time to the organisation. Successful applicants must be able to start the programme full-time on 1 February 2018.

Characteristics we are looking for include:

  • Leadership
  • Ability to work hard and focus
  • Maturity
  • Dedication
  • Passion
  • Responsibility
  • Creativity
  • Communication skills
  • Honesty
  • Integrity
  • Punctuality
  • Problem solving techniques.

Equal Education’s Junior Organiser (JO) Internship Programme is for young people who are passionate about being leaders within and outside of their communities.

Download the application form here APPLICATION LINK

pply now if Your Interested in The Insurance Sector Learnership

Octomate is an Insurance Sector Education Training Company. They deliver Insurance Learnerships, Skills Programs, Internships, RPL and e-Learning Programs.

Doves Group in conjunction with Octomate is offering a Learnership FETC Long Term Insurance NQF Level 4.

This learnership programme is targeted at unemployed matriculates in CapeTown – South Africa.

It is a one year programme.

There are good chances of permanent employment within the group after successfully completing the programme.

Successful candidates will be required to sign a learnership contract.

They will receive a stipend/ learner allowance for the duration of the learnership.

Job Requirements: 

  • Be between the ages of 18-35
  • Be able to speak, read and write English and any additional South African Language
  • Have completed and passed matric Computer literacy an added advantage
  • Not be permanently employed
  • Not be studying at any other institution
  • Not be registered on any other learnership
  • Must be able to communicate clearly
  • Demonstrates a professional image

The key competencies required for these posts include:

  • Honesty and integrity,
  • Trust,
  • Passion to serve,
  • Respect and innovation.

Suitable for people with a disability

Octomate is an Insurance Sector Education Training Company. They deliver Insurance Learnerships, Skills Programs, Internships, RPL and e-Learning Programs.

Application Closing Date: Friday, January 27, 2018

Send CV to: recruit@octomate.co.za

160 Positions Available in Steel Manufacturing Engineering Learnership:

 

Are you interested in a global engineering career with the largest steel manufacturer in the world?

ArcelorMittal South Africa is offering learnership opportunities for matriculants to be trained as Production Process Operators at its Vanderbijlpark Works plant. Successful candidates will enter a 40 week production training contract, focusing on the iron and steel manufacturing process (Metals Production Learnership). There are 160 positions available.

Free Courses for 2018 1.Diploma in Digital Marketing 2.Diploma in Nutrition 3.Diploma in Financial Trading and Investment 4.Diploma in Graphic Design 5.Diploma in Health and Fitness 6.Diploma in Web Development 7.Diploma in Weight Loss 8.Diploma in Photoshop 9.Diploma in Sports Nutrition 10.Diploma in App Development 11.Diploma in Photography 12.Written English for Emails and Online Communications 13.Job Seeking and CV Presentation

The training programme is based on a structured outcome-based approach which includes institutional and on the job training. Regular assessments and progress monitoring will form an integral part of the learnership programme.

Requirements

Complete Grade 12/Senior Certificate qualification
Must be willing to complete the production learnership programme, before considering other opportunities
45% Mathematics or Mathematics Literacy (NQF 4)
45 English (NQF 4)
Ability to complete 12-18 month learnership and interest in being a process operator

What does the learnership cover?

The learnership covers training cost and includes a monthly bursary allowance.

What happens after forty of week training?

Upon completion of the programme the candidate can be appointed in an operator position depending on business needs.

How to apply   click here
closing date is 20 February 2018.

Metropolitan: Learnership Programme 2018

Location: Cape Town, Johannesburg, Pretoria

Are you currently unemployed? Are you seeking a Learnership opportunity to develop your potential and create a bright future at an industry leading insurer? Are you a dynamic, self-starter who is passionate about providing excellent service to our clients? This is the opportunity for you!

We have an exciting Service Consultant Learnership available in Corporate & Public Sector Segment, commencing 1 February 2018

Should you be successful, you will be employed for a period of 12 months, with a monthly stipend/allowance of R3500.00. The highlight of the learnership is the opportunity to complete a qualification in Long Term Insurance.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Matric or Grade 12
  • Minimum C-symbol in English
  • Minimum symbol in one of the following:
    • D – Mathematics
    • D – Accounting
    • C – Maths Literacy
  • Be younger than 25 years of age

OTHER LEARNERSHIPS

 

Apply Online for the MMI Holdings Service Consultant Learnership Programme in Centurion

Apply Online for the MMI Holdings Service Consultant Learnership Programme in Cape Town

Apply Online for the MMI Holdings Service Consultant Learnership Programme in Sandton

Apply Online for the MMI Holdings Short Tern Insurance Learnership Programme in Centurion

Learner Plant Operators X98 ref:5000562406MH and Learner Atisans x183 ref:5000562401MH

Learners for Plant Operators and Artisans at Eskom

This is a Learnership programme where incumbents will be afforded training internal to Eskom and external where required. This is a wonderful opportunity at Eskom.

Learner Plant Operators X98

Minimum Requirements

Qualification(s):

• Grade 12 with Maths, Physical Science and English or

• N3 with Maths, Engineering Science and English

• Level 4 Technical with English

Learner Artisans X183

Minimum Requirements

Qualification(s):

• Grade 12 with Maths, Physical Science and English or

• N3 with Maths, Engineering Science and English

• Level 4 Technical with English

HOW TO APPLY

For submission, please drop your detailed CV, ID copy and Completed Qualification copies at nearest Eskom Office.

PLEASE QUOTE THE REFERENCE NUMBER FOR YOUR APPLICATION.

NB*: (ONLY ONE APPLICATION PER APPLICANT IS ALLOWED)

Closing Date: 21 November 2017

Click Here to VIEW ALL VACANCIES AND APPLY ONLINE

LATEST LEARNERSHIEPS 

Apply for Sasol Inzalo Foundation expands bursary programme

Johannesburg, South Africa – Sasol Inzalo Foundation (SalF) has expanded its bursary programme to reach a broader pool of learners.

Established in 2008, the foundation’s mandate is to enable access to tertiary education opportunities for learners from low income households in South Africa and to assist in alleviating bottlenecks in the country’s schooling system. SalF is also involved in boosting the pool of vocational skills through its one-of-a-kind technical schools programme.

In the past, the SalF bursary programme only catered for learners interested in studying towards a bachelor’s degree in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) related fields. This has now been revised. Owing to the pressing need to improve access to tertiary education for young learners, the Foundation has expanded its offering to include learners who want to study towards a Bachelor of Technology (BTech) or a National Diploma (NDip) qualification in the various fields of Engineering and Science.

In addition to covering the cost of fees, study materials and an allowance, the SalF bursary programme also provides psycho-social and academic support to beneficiaries.  This is to enable learners to successfully complete their academic programmes.

Since inception, the foundation has provided bursaries to more than 1 000 young people, mostly from township and rural areas, with many being women.  Among them are master’s and doctoral graduates who are shaping industries and assisting to improve the quality of education in South Africa.

How to apply: Send a message with the keyword ‘Inzalo’ on our Facebook page fb.me/SasolSACareers and follow the prompts (standard data rates apply) or SMS ‘Inzalo’ to 33162 (R29 airtime required to complete the process).

Alternatively, contact the call centre on 0860 106 235 for more information about the bursary and how to apply.

 

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DUMA NDLOVU ACTORS’ ACADEMY & CAREERS OPPORTUNITIES:

JOBURG THEATER

The workshops are also meant to instil a hunger for knowledge and education in young enthusiastic learners who have chosen acting as a career path.

The workshops are meant to be a bridging course for those who have trained at tertiary and are now about to enter the industry. The course involves work that is equivalent or sometimes post grad.
The course is free of charge
The course runs for the whole year. Meeting every Thursday at the Joburg Theater from 9am to 4pm.

Those who have studied theatre/drama/performing arts are encouraged to choose a monologue for the audition. The monologue should be a from a published, reputable playwright.

Definitely no one under 20years and no High School students (they should be in school)

Duma Ndlovu, having been in this industry for more than 35 years, has garnered enough information and knowledge to be able to equip those who are coming into the industry and prepare them for their individual journey(s). The workshops grow and blossom self-confident thespians who have skills to allow them to succeed in their chosen career path.

for more information (011) 877-6867

 

DPSA Internships 2018 – 2019

About DPSA Internships

Do you enjoy helping people? Are you compassionate and empathetic? Are you interested in making your community a better place? If so, you are an excellent candidate for an DPSA Internships.

DPSA is a Public Service organization in South Africa. Its vision is to make public services more efficient and dedicated to improving development and efficiency. This programs also supports citizenship which is inclusive for all. They hope to educate the public about the importance of empowering the people to make a better government. The goals of the DPSA are to provide leadership for a better governing system and enhancing the public service aspect. The DPSA strives to bring equality to all people in South Africa.

DPSA Internships Available

This organization is looking for talented individuals with a background in public service. Internships can extend from six months to three years, depending on the need. If you are between 18 and 35 years old, you may qualify for an internship in one of the following areas:

  • Defense and Energy Commission
  • Development of Social Services
  • Local Improvement
  • Environmental Services
  • Postal Duties
  • Informational Technology
  • Telecommunications
  • Health Services
  • Tourism Specialist
  • Correctional and Justice system
  • Labor strategies
  • Water Department
  • Public Education and Awareness

Each of these departments will provide excellent opportunities for the intern. You will belong to a team of experts in your chosen field. Candidates must be dependable, great communicators and willing to relocate, as needed. Some of these internships will be located in rural areas of need. Companies are searching for people who can take initiative but also work well as a team member. A strong work ethic is required.

DPSA Internships Requirements

Here are some other basic requirements for Internship:

  • Must possess a Matric Certificate
  • You must be a South African Citizen with proper ID
  • Currently unemployed
  • Need a degree from a college or university
  • Candidates must be computer literate
  • Fluent in English
  • Clear criminal record
  • Applicants must not hold any criminal record

How to Apply for a DPSA Internship Position

Interns will be assigned at specific areas such as North West, Gauteng, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape and Western Cape. You can check the DPSA website for opportunities throughout the year. Applications must be filled out completely to ensure consideration. Also, attach any relevant documentation that outlines your background, experience, and training. Please note that incomplete applications will not be accepted or reviewed.
An internship with the DPSA allows the candidate to get hands-on experience with the guidance of real experts in the field.

This type of work helps you go beyond the classroom into the area for actual projects. Some internships could lead to permanent employment, so it is worth looking into. You can serve a community while gaining excellent training and experience. An Internship in South Africa is a unique opportunity. Some internships are paid while others may or may not receive a stipend for travel and expense. Either way, you are receiving much value in training and experience.

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Traffic Officer Learnership 2017

Road Traffic Management (2017 / 18 Learnership)

Requirements

Grade 12 (Matric Certificate) / NCV L4 Certificate • South African Identity Document • Age must be between 18 – 35 years • Valid Dri ver ’ s License Code B • SAP S Clearance Certificate • Recent Medical Report Certificate that proves that applicant can do strenuous exercise • Proof of residence from Traditional Authority or Municipality • Copy of both parents p ay slips or parent/s affidavit in case o f unemployed parents / guardians • in case of deceased parent/s submit copy of death certificate/s Appointment of unemployed Youth will be biased towards the Villages • Townships and Small Dorpies(VTSD)

NB: Female c andidates are encouraged to apply.

PLEASE NOTE: ● Applications must be accompanied by a signed and dated Z83 , a recent updated comprehensive CV with at least names of three (3) referees with current contact details . Originally certified copies of all Qualifications, ID document , and other required docum ents. Failure to submit the requested documents will result in the application not being considered .

● All qualifications will be verified. Persons in possession of a foreign qualification must furnish this Department with an evaluation certificate from th e South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). ● Candidates must indicate the number of the post / reference number and the centre in their applications. ● Candidates requiring additional information regarding an advertised post must direct their queries to the person reflected as enquiries below the post applied for. ● Applications should be forwarded in time to the department since applications received after the closing date and time indicated below will as a rule not be accepted.

Faxed and emailed applications are not accepted. ● It will be expected of candidates to be available for selection interviews on a date, time and place as determined by the department . ● The Department reserves the right not to make appointments, and correspondence will be limit ed to shortlisted candidates . ● All appointments will be subjected to a positive qualifications verifications as well as security clearance and vetting . ● NB. Learners who have previously been in a Learnership programme in the Public Service will not be co nsidered.

How To Apply

Please direct all enquiries to Mr GM Malotane , Tel. Nr (018) 200 8279 / 8247 / 8254 / 8247 / 8263 All applications must be forwarded to the Director: Human Resource Management, Department of Community Safety & Transport Management, Private Bag x 19, MMABATHO 2735 Office No. 138 / 110 / 111 / 113 , 152 1st Floor, Tirelo Building, Albert Luthuli Drive Mafikeng

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