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UNISA to Open on Weekends for Registrations

UNISA to Open on Weekends for Registrations

 

Unisa’s Durban campus has reached an agreement to open their registration offices during weekends until the deadline on 25th January.



 

This comes after the institution admitted to struggling to deal with the long queues outside their campus due to new and returning students waiting to register.

 

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“This past weekend we had reached an agreement to open our registration offices on weekends as the deadline for registration is on 25 January,” said Unisa spokesperson Martin Ramotshela to IOL News.

Unisa employees were only able to deal with 1000 students a day, but more than 3 000 student were in the queues. The long queues had been winding around the campus, while some potential students resorted to camping overnight to ensure they were attended to the next day.

“We are also concerned about the vulnerability of these students, because we do not want a repeat of last years incidents where people were robbed, one women was raped, and another went missing,” noted member of the SRC, Nkanyiso Zwide.

Ramotshela advised students to register online rather than queue outside the institution, adding that only those who needed assistance to navigate around the courses they were choosing and had no internet access should be in the queue.

“Only if a student needs a warm body to help them with registration or needs to talk to career advises should they be in the queue,” added Ramotshela.

 

[Source – IOL News]

 

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Nedbank Traineeship Programme

Nedbank Traineeship Programme

 

Job Purpose

Financial control, and assisting with implementing the strategic objectives across the group, whilst completing the SAICA training contract..

 

Job Responsibilities

•Build and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholders by providing expert knowledge and engaging with stakeholders.
•Maintain constructive stakeholder relationships by effectively providing progress feedback on projects and recommending appropriate resolutions where required.
•Respond effectively to the business by providing strategic consulting and advisory services for research and insights-based projects Contribute to a culture conducive to the achievement of transformation goals by participating in Nedbank Culture building initiatives (e.g. staff surveys etc).
•Participate and support corporate responsibility initiatives for the achievement of business strategy (e.g. Green Strategy).
•Seek opportunities to improve business processes and systems by identifying and recommending effective ways to operate and adding value to Nedbank.
•Deliver value adding recommendations / insights within turnaround times by effective collaboration with stakeholders; applying best practice market research and intelligence techniques.
•Develop; manage and deliver primary research projects by applying overall research and project management principles and leveraging vendor relationships.
•Monitor market activity by researching and reviewing primary and secondary research sources.
•Make informed recommendations by analysing; interpreting and synthesising results of primary and secondary research.
•Adhere to policies and procedures by operating within the specified parameters.
•Monitor competitor activity by gathering and analysing competitor data.
•Contribute to risk management by identifying and communicating internal operational risks.
•Manage research deliverables by maintaining spend within allocated budget.
•Deliver project results cost effectively by identifying and communicating variances from project related budgets and costs to relevant stakeholders.
•Support the achievement of the business strategy; objectives and values by reviewing Nedbank and Business Unit Plan and ensuring delivered systems; process; services and solutions are aligned.
•Identify training courses and career progression for self through input and feedback from management.
•Ensure all personal development plan activities are completed within specified timeframe.
•Share knowledge and industry trends with team and stakeholders during formal and informal interaction.
•Obtain buy-in for developing new and/or enhanced processes (e.g. operational processes) that will improve the functioning of stakeholders’ businesses by highlighting benefits in support of the implementation of recommendations.

Essential Qualifications – NQF Level

  • Professional Qualifications/Honour’s Degree

Preferred Qualification

Bachelor of Commerce: Accounting

Type of Exposure

  • Built a high performance culture
  • Achieved Stakeholder Service Deliverable Excellence
  • Managed self

Technical / Professional Knowledge

  • Accounting principles
  • Administrative procedures and systems
  • Banking knowledge
  • Banking procedures
  • Business principles
  • Business terms and definitions
  • Cluster specific operations
  • Data analysis
  • Governance, Risk and Controls
  • Microsoft Office
  • Relevant regulatory knowledge
  • Relevant software and systems knowledge
  • Business writing skills

Behavioural Competencies

  • Applied Learning
  • Communication
  • Decision Making
  • Stress Tolerance
  • Managing Work
  • Quality Orientation

How to Apply for Nedbank Trainee Position

 

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Bursaries for TVET-Universities and University of Technology CETA

Bursaries for TVET-Universities and University of Technology CETA

 

CLOSING DATE: 31 January 2019

The Construction Education and Training Authority hereby invites all suitable students interested in Construction related studies to apply for bursary from the year 2019.

 

ABOUT THE BURSARY

A maximum of R80 000.00 per annum will be awarded to successful students covering tuition, prescribed books/stationery, residence costs (no private accommodation) and meals.

The bursary scheme is targeting qualifications in the Construction Sector including but are not limited to:

Universities Degree Qualification

  • BSc Architecture
  • BSc Land Surveying
  • BSc Civil Engineering
  • BSc Quantity Surveying
  • BSc Construction Management
  • Advanced Diploma in Civil Engineering
  • B degree in Geomatics
  • BSc Urban and Regional Planning
  • BSc Property Development
  • BSc in Real Estate

Universities of Technologies

  • National Diploma (ND): Building
  • ND: Civil Engineering
  • ND: Quantity Surveying
  • ND: Electrical Engineering
  • ND. Town and Regional Planning
  • ND: Land and Property Development
  • ND: Architecture
  • ND: Geomatics
  • ND: Construction

TVET Colleges

  • NCV: Civil Engineering and Building (Level 2-4)
  • NCV: Electrical Infrastructure Construction (Level 2-4)
  • NATED: Electrical Engineering (N1-N6)
  • NATED: Civil Engineering (N1-N6)

ELIGIBILITY

  • Both under graduate and post-graduate students up to Honor’s level may apply
  • Immediate CETA employee’s family members may not apply
  • Students currently funded by CETA through entities may not apply
  • Applications will only be considered from South African citizens studying in Public Institutions

SELECTION CRITERIA

  • Selection of successful students will be strictly on academic merit with pure Maths and Physical Science
  • No Bursaries will be granted to existing students who are not promoted to the next year.
  • In making the final selection, preference will be given to:
    • Previously disadvantaged individuals, Students from Rural Areas, students with Disabilities, Females and beneficiaries of Military Veterans
  • The bursary is renewable annually, based on academic performance/results

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED

  • Certified copy of ID document
  • Certified copy of guardian/parents proof of income or social grant/pension
  • Letter of acceptance from tertiary institution University University of Technology or TVET College
  • Full academic history for students already studying at University or University of Technology
  • Grade 12 June 2017 results for Matriculants Age (not more than 35 years of age)
  • Income (parents not earning more than R350k per annum)

Please note: Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

For more information, please contact: Rose Skosana: 011 265 5934 / 071 371 6528

 

HOW TO APPLY:

Download Application Form and Apply Online for the CETA Bursary / Scholarship Programme

 

Find other bursaries for South African Students here

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How To Pass UNISA Supplementary Examinations

How To Pass UNISA Supplementary Examinations

 

Here are a few helpful tips from students studying with us and from around the web!

 

1. Study everything; do not stick to past papers

This provides you with valuable knowledge of the course and you wouldn’t get thrown off with a new style of question during the exams. Set out a realistic timetable for your study. Write down your exam dates, and then organize your study time accordingly. Allocate more time to courses you find more difficult. Cramming your text doesn’t help.

 

2. Use mind maps as a method of making notes

A Mind Map is visual map of your ideas, laid out according to importance and centered on a central thought. Take the central subject and then organize your notes around this point.

3. Self-attempt exam papers

Attempt exam papers by yourself first and then meet together in your study group to discuss your answers. Study groups work well only if you are prepared to put in the effort.

4. Create an exam atmosphere

Write answers as if you were literally in the exam room – time yourself using standard exam times. Be sure to complete the past paper under exam conditions as this will give you a perfect idea of how ready you are for the exam.

5. For Multiple choice exams

Use the process of elimination to arrive at the correct answer. Try to anticipate the correct response before you are distracted by seeing the options that your instructor has provided. If you see the response that you anticipated, circle it and then check to be sure that none of the other responses is better. Eliminate the options you know for sure are wrong and select the best option that answers the question.

 

Source: SaStudy

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Free Advice For Students : Find Courses and Study Quotations

 

 

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