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Eskom Bursary Scholarships 2019

Eskom Bursary Scholarships 2019

Eskom regards the awarding of bursaries to external applicants as a major contribution towards broadening the national skills pool. Eskom believes that this initiative will lead to empowered communities, an improved lifestyle, and a competent workforce.

Eskom Bursary Scholarships 2019

This procedure has been developed to enable Eskom to meet its business objectives regarding future skills requirements, thereby giving structure to the skills pipeline. To this end, bursaries based on business needs are awarded to candidates intending to study at recognised higher education institutions.

Education is one of Eskom’s most important investments. We firmly believe that by educating people, we develop them to compete on an equal basis thus ensuring a better and more productive workforce. Therefore, if you believe that you have what it takes, and then being part of the Eskom team is just for you.

Types of Bursaries

Our ever-expanding industrial, commercial, and mining activities as well as the increased demand on the existing infrastructure have already created an insatiable need for competent people, particularly in the fields of engineering, research, development, design, construction and production functions.
Therefore a number of Eskom bursary schemes are available to assist capable students to acquire good education which is essential for a better future.

Eskom bursary schemes offered are:

  1. Full Eskom Bursary, available to:
    • Academic deserving students
    • South African citizen
    • After completion of studies, to work-back obligation equal to contract duration
  2. Scholarships, available exclusively to Eskom employees children/dependents based on:
    • Academic deserving students
    • Years of service by employee (minimum of 5years in service)

Fields of Study

Eskom bursaries will be awarded for the following fields of study:

  • University level:
    • Civil Engineering
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Electronic Engineering
    • Environmental Sciences
    • Industrial Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Accounting
    • Supply Chain
    • IT
    • Computer Engineering
    • Metallurgical Engineering
    • Chemical Engineering
    • Nuclear Engineering
  •  University of Technology:
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Industrial Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Metallurgy
    • Safety and Risk
    • Environmental Science
  • TVET level:
    • Boiler Makers
    • Control & Instrumentation
    • Electricians
    • Fitters & Turners
    • Mechanical
    • Millwrights
    • Welders
    • Plumbers
    • Bricklayers
    • Carpenters
    • Power Plant Operators

Criteria

Individuals legible to apply must meet the following requirements:

  • Applicants must be South African citizens with a valid ID number
  • National Senior Certificate or equivalent
  • Written proof of acceptance for admission by higher education institution
  • Applicants must be for full time studies at an accredited South African institution
  • Applicants must be willing to undergo an interview and medical examination or health declaration

Requirements for University level:

  • English at level 5
  • Physical Science at level 5
  • Mathematics at level 5

Requirements for University of Technology:

  • English at level 4
  • Physical Science at level 4
  • Mathematics at level 4

Requirements for TVET level:

  • English at level 3
  • Physical Science at level 3
  • Mathematics at level 3

Applicants that are already at Higher Institution must have passed all their registered subjects in that current year.

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R20 000 Cash By 31 August

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150 Security Officers to Be Trained Lulaway Learnerships

150 Security Officers to Be Trained Lulaway Learnerships

If you are unemployed and interested in joining the security industry, then this might just be the opportunity you have been waiting for!

Lulaway Security Learnership

Apply for a 12-month learnership programme with a leading security company during which time you’ll study towards an NQF level 3 qualification in General Security Practice. Candidates will receive a monthly stipend while studying towards the qualification.

150 places are available, so apply today.

Requirements

  • Not currently employed
  • South African citizen
  • Matric certificate
  • Clear criminal records
  • Reside in:
    • Diepsloot
    • Fourways
    • Cosmo City
    • Alexandra
    • Honeydew
    • Johannesburg
    • Thembisa
    • Boksburg
    • Germiston
    • Benoni
    • Daveyton
    • Katlehong

CLICK HERE TO APPLY ONLINE

Opportunity Closing Date:

Tuesday, July 31, 2018
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Transport Education Training Authority Bursary Scholarships

Transport Education Training Authority Bursary Scholarships

Closing Date: 30 July 2018

As a part of its skills development initiatives Transport Education Training Authority awards bursaries annually for studies aligned to critical and scarce skills identified in the transport sector. Bursary awards are categorized according to sector requirements, with due consideration of the National Skills Development Plan, compiled by the Department of Higher Education and Training.

The Transport Education Training Authority (TETA) is offering bursaries and invite s all talented and high performing unemployed full – time learners to apply for financial assistance. Learners eligible for bursaries: those who are currently registered or planning to be registered with TVETs, HETs, Accredited Aviation Schools, Accredited Diving Schools as well as learners who completed or will complete matric (Senior Certificate) and plan to commence studies in 2018. Learners are advised to apply for bursaries in line with study programmes listed below and on the TETA website.

NOTE: Learners currently studying at Institutions of Higher Learning are required to apply through their respective Institutions (The list of institutions and contact details are available on TETA website).

List of Qualifications to Be Funded for the 2017 /18 Bursaries:

  • (N4 – N6) or ND or B degree in Electrical / Electronic Engineering
  • (N4 – N6) or National Diploma or B Degree in Mechanical Engineering
  • B Degree in Aeronautical Engineering
  • B Degree in Marine Engineering
  • BCom in Aviation
  • Commercial Pilot License
  • Instructor’s Rating
  • Instrument Rating
  • Night Rating
  • Frozen ATPL Subjects
  • National Diploma or B degree in Logistics Management
  • National Diploma or B Degree in Road Transport Management
  • National Diploma or B Degree in Supply Chain Management
  • National Diploma or B degree in Transportation Management
  • B degree in Transport Economics
  • Commercial Divers, Class II, III and IV
  • Degree in Mechanical Engineering: (Maritime)
  • National Diploma: Maritime Studies
  • Degree: Maritime Law
  • National Diploma, BTech or B Degree: Maritime or Nautical Studies

The bursary will cover tuition, accommodation accredited by an academic institution (no – private accommodation), books and meals as per TETA Direct Learner Bursary Policy and Funding Model. The bursary award targets previously disadvantaged and impoverished youth (35 years old and younger) from rural and urban communities within South Africa, females and people with disabilities.

Application forms as well as a list of qualifications to be funded, Guidelines and terms and conditions for bursaries and other relevant documents are available on our website www.teta.org.za, under TETA 201 7 /1 8 Direct Bursary Learner Support.

Notes:

  1. Funding will only be applicable to applicants applying for studies related to the list provided and that should lead to a full academic qualification for the applicable courses.
  2. Applicants must be South African citizens and be at the age of 35 years or below.
  3. Preference will be given to 2nd and 3rd year students
  4. Application forms must be complete d in full. Direct Learner Bursary Application Forms are available on the TETA website ( teta.org.za).
  5. Only successful candidates will be communicated to. If you do not hear from TETA by the end of January 201 8, please consider your application to be unsuccessful.
  6. Applicants should clearly state on the application form the chosen course of study, duration of study, cost per year and current year of study.
  7. Application s should be accompanied by documents as per the checklist attached to the application form. (Incomplete documents will disqualify the application)

HOW TO APPLY FOR THE TETA BURSARY

Fully and correctly completed application forms may be submitted in the following ways:

  1. Via Post:
    Private Bag X10016
    Randburg 2125
  2. Hand delivery to TETA Head Office listed below:
    No 344, Pretoria Avenue,
    Randburg
    Attention: Juliet Manyoni: SD & LP Unit
  3. Hand delivery can also be done to TETA offices listed below:
    KwaZulu Natal Office: Suite 1B/C/D, Ground Floor Strathway | Strathmore Park, 305 Musgrave Road | Musgrave | Durban | 4001, 031 301 9614 (Att: Mike Mzolo )
    Western Cape Office: W BHO House, Glen Roy Road, Pinelands 7430, 021 531 3064 (Att: Desmond Baardtman)
    Limpopo Office: Capricon College for FET, Senwabarwana Campus, Senwabarwana Main Road, Bochum, (Att: Thandazile Mabuya): Vhembe TVET College: Techniven, Makwarela Campus (Att: Phumudzo Muronga): Lephalale TVET College: C/o Nelson Mandela & Ngo ako Ramatlhodi Drive, Onverwacht, Lephalale, 0147632252 Ext 221 (Att: P haswane Lebogang Sewela)

ENQUIRIES: PLEASE CONTACT 011 577 7093 / 7033 / 7018

NOTE: Should you not hear from us after January 2018, please consider your application unsuccessful

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Department of Enery Traineeships R3000 Per Month

Department of Enery Traineeships R3000 Per Month

CLOSING DATE: 13 JULY 2018
Stipend: Minimum stipend of R3 000.00 for twelve months

Requirements: A Matric (Grade 12) qualification as specified below:

Location: Gauteng

  • Chemical Engineering: HRD 06
  • Information Technology: HRD 07
  • Human Resources Management: HRD 08
  • Public Administration / Public Management: HRD 09

Requirements

  • Applicants must be: South African citizens, studying at an accredited Educational Institution in the above mentioned field of study, be prepared to enter into an agreement with the Department of Energy and should not have any experiential learning.
  • Applicants must complete Z83 form, attach a motivational letter from institution requesting experiential learning, comprehensive curriculum vitae, certified copies of matric certificate / latest matric results, Identity Document, and recent academic records.

Knowledge of Batho Pele Principles PLUS the following key competencies: Skills Report writing, Communication Verbal and written Proficiency in at least two official languages (one must be English) Creativity: Innovative, Articulate, Good listener, Ability to work in a team, Ability to work under pressure, open-minded. Must have the ability to put other people first (Ubuntu), must be professional, honest, ethical, accountable and have a sense of integrity.

The Department of Energy is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.

PLEASE NOTE: • Applications will only be considered from South African citizens; aged between 18 and 35 years • Candidates who have already participated in an Internship /  Learnership / WIL programmes in any Government department will NOT be considered • Applications should be made on form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service department and accompanied by a comprehensive CV and certified copies of all qualifications and identity document • Application forms should be signed and dated. If this is not done, applications will be disqualified • Candidates must indicate their preferred province on the top of Z83 form • Failure to submit the required documents will result in your application not being considered • Applications received after the closing date will not be considered • Should you be in possession of a foreign qualification, it must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). Please take note that all qualifications are subject to verification • Successful candidates will be appointed on a Learnership / WIL Programme for a period of 12 months • Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. Should you not be contacted within 3 months from the closing date, please consider your application as unsuccessful • Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

How To Apply

Please forward your application, marked for the attention of Ms L. Modiba /  Mr M.S. Ramogayana by post to: The Director-General Department of Energy, Private Bag X96, Pretoria 0001 or hand-deliver to: The Department of Energy, 192 Cnr Visagie and Paul Kruger, Pretoria.

Please direct all enquiries to: Ms L. Modiba / Mr M.S. Ramogayana, Tel. (012) 406 7607 / 7406.

All applications must be sent to the address provided above and not to the specific region(s).

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