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South African Chefs Association 6 Months Chefs Training

SACA (South African Chefs Association) is offering a 6 months chefs training to anyone under the age of 30, who’s in any type of catering business.

Traineeship At SACA 

Are you a chef or catering entrepreneur under the age of 30 needing some training from the best in the business?

SACA is giving you an opportunity to be part of a 6 month all you can learn traineeship.

How to Apply

Send your application to

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WBHO Construction In-Service And Vacation Work Process

WBHO Construction (Pty) Ltd offer bursaries, in-service training as well as vacation work in line with relevant fields of study.

In order to apply for one of the programmes offered by WBHO, the relevant application form as well as accompanying documentation should be emailed through to the respective email address.

Please note incomplete applications will not be considered.

Minimum Criteria

  • South African citizen
  • 60% average or above
  • Full-time student
  • Studying toward a BEng, BSc, ND or BTech qualification in one the following disciplines:
  1. Civil Engineering,
  2. Quantity Surveying,
  3. Construction Management or Building Science

Students are shortlisted and selected based on the current and future needs of the organisation.

WBHO’s Expectation from Students
In-Service Training:

  • Work according to site specific requirements
  • No employment benefits (such as provident fund or medical aid) are provided
  • No expectation of permanent employment is provided after completion of in-service training
  • Salary is determined by current year and field of study

Vac Work:

  • Work according to site specific requirements
  • No employment benefits (such as provident fund or medical aid) are provided
  • Salary is determined by current year and field of study
  • Offered during June/July or November/December/January

Bursary Students:

  • All subjects to be passed each semester, re-writes / failed subjects are at the students own expense
  • Vac work to be undertaken during the holiday period
  • One week compulsory Students Training in June/July
  • Work back period determined by number of years’ sponsorship given (one year work back period for each year of sponsorship).
  • Work back period commences on completion of qualification
  • Allowance determined by current year and field of study
  • All bursary applications close in June for the following year

In order to apply for one of the programmes offered by WBHO, the relevant application form as well as accompanying documentation should be emailed through to the respective email address. Please note incomplete applications will not be considered.

Bursary Application Form

Vac Work Application Form

In-Service Application Form

Contact Details

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Nestle Skills Development Manager Position Johannesburg

Nestle Skills Development Manager Position Johannesburg

Skills Development Manager – Bryanston

To facilitate the development and execution of the market skills development strategy, to advice the organisation and employees on the National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS) and to facilitate execution of that strategy. To ensure the organisational compliance with the relevant skills development legislation and to serve as a contact person between the employer and the relevant SETA.

  • Facilitate the development and execution of the organization’s skills development strategy aligned to business needs / objectives, Employment Equity (EE) targets, Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) targets, available budget and resources.
  • Work with HRBPs and training specialists across the market to establish effective training needs analysis aligned to business needs / objectives, EE and BBBEE targets, available budget and resources.
  • Work with HRBPs and training specialists across the market to (a) ensure that their Workplace Skills Plans (WSPs) are aligned to their unit training budget, (b) ensure that their WSP is aligned to the General Ledger (GL) and the Generic Calculator (GC) and (c) ensure that they submit their unit WSP and Annual Training Report (ATR) and GC on time.
  • From the unit’s WSPs and training budgets, consolidate the centrally managed training plan (WSP) and training budget. On a monthly basis in liaising with the training coordinator and finance controller, manage the centrally managed budget by ensuring that the centrally managed training plan (WSP) is aligned to General Ledger (GL) and the Generic Calculator (GC).
  • From the centrally managed and units WSP, training budget, ATR and GC consolidate the market training budget, WSP, ATR and GC which must be monitored on a monthly basis and submitted to SETA and to BBBEE verification agency as per stipulated deadlines
  • Ensure all documentation for both the Mandatory and Discretionary Grants are submitted on time to SETA. Regularly follow up with SETA to ensure that the organisation receives maximum Grants / Rebates on time as expected. Communicate Grants / Rebates received versus expected to the business at least quarterly or as and when requested.
  • Advice the organisation on the quality assurance requirements set by the SETA and ensure compliance by conducting skills development audits within the organisation.
  • Assist the business in establishing learning solutions to solve current business challenges and also in establishing learning solutions aligned with future organisational needs by advising on the relevant learning solution.
  • Manage the bursary programme from end-to-end, this includes budgeting, advertising, selecting, contract management, campus visits, workshops planning, and placement of the bursary students during and after their studies. This also includes liaising with and management of the relevant service provider.
  • Manage the internship program from end-to-end, this includes the budgeting, advertising, selecting, contract management, registration and deregistration with SETA, monitoring their development plans. This also includes liaising with respective line managers, training specialists and or HRBPs.
  • Work with different service providers and stakeholders within and outside the business to ensure progress and effectiveness of all learnership (employed and unemployed) and apprentices programmes (unemployed and unemployed).
  • Foster a culture of learning and self-learning within the organisation by introducing targeted interventions and by capturing and sharing learning / skills development best practices / good example within the organisation.
  • Ensure integration of E&T tools and methodology with skills development management processes

Key Requirements:

  • Degree level education or equivalent (preferably in Human Sciences, i.e. HR Management or Industrial Psychology)
  • 3 – 5 years’ experience as a Skills Development Facilitator (SDF)
  • 3 – 5 years in Human Resources Management and/or Training Management
  • Experience in training strategy development and execution
  • Experience in training needs analysis (WSP and Training Calendar)
  • Experience in skills development management (WSP, ATR, B-BBEE)
  • Experience in Employment Equity (EE) management
  • Experience in training budget creation, consolidation and management
  • Experience in SETA funds and rebates management
  • Experience in skills audits and assessments
  • Experience in stakeholder management
  • Experience in reviewing and or writing policies and standard operating procedures
  • Experience in training facilitation (Facilitator and adult TTT Certificate)
  • Experience in coaching (Coaching Certificate)
  • Experience in assessment (Assessor Certificate)
  • Experience in training material creation
  • Experience in TPM E&T Pillar Lead and or Management
  • Experience in implementing change in organizations (Change Management)
  • Shopfloor experience, i.e. Factory or Distribution Centre
  • Expertise in one or more businesses or categories

All applications MUST quote the reference number stated above

Please note that the Company will NOT pay relocation fees for this position.

While Nestlé understands and accepts that staff members often need to join another division in order to pursue their career aspirations, you will need to notify your direct Manager in writing should wish to apply for this position.

If you are interested please apply via our intranet ( Nest ) and attach an updated copy of your CV.

Contact: Alfred Ngwenya for further assistance

Tel. No: 011-514-6000. Closing Date: 14 th June 2019

How to Apply

Send application online here

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KZN Treasury Traineeship Programme

KZN Treasury Traineeship Programme

Closing Date: 14 June 2019

Stipend: R68742.00 pa

KWAZULU-NATAL FOR IN-SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAMME (Targeting mainly Students with Disabilities)

KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Treasury is committed to assisting KZN students from TVET Colleges to gain practical experience in the fields of Financial Management and Accounting

This program will include a work-based structured approach to experiential learning related to an occupation with an aim to acquire competencies in the abovementioned fields.

In terms of the Department’s Employment Equity Plan, a greater percentage of students with disability will be taken onto the programme; and whom are therefore encouraged to apply.


KZN Students from TVET Colleges between the age of 18 and 35 years. (Permanent residency and academic institution must be in KZN). Applicants must not have participated in an in-service training programme previously. (subject verification) Prepared to relocate to Pietermaritzburg at own cost. Must be computer literate. Prepared to undergo a selection process Applicant must be in possession of N4, N5 an N6 certificate in the following fields: Accounting, Financial Management and Financial Accounting


Maximum of 18 months, applicants will be required to enter into a contract with the Department. The program will run from 1 July 2019 till 30 January 2021.


1. Applicants must submit a detailed CV including contact telephone numbers, physical and postal address, certified copies of ID, certificate(s), statement of results.

2. Applications must have a formal letter from the institution indicating a need for the learner to undergo experiential training

3. An academic transcript with academic merit.

4. A copy of the learner logbook should be attached to the application

How To Apply

Applications must be marked for the attention of Ms CP. Sibisi, The Head of Department, KwaZulu-Natal, Provincial Treasury, Directorate: Human Resource Management and Development, PO Box 3613, Pietermaritzburg, 3200/hand delivered, 145 Chief Albert Luthuli Street, Treasury House. Enquiries can be directed to Ms. T. Suleman at (033) 8974372.

No faxed, e-mailed or late applications will be accepted.

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NYDA Youth Recruitment Programme X45 Positions

NYDA Youth Recruitment Programme X45 Positions

The Department of Arts and Culture in partnership with National Youth Development Agency are looking to recruit young people to enter a one year National Youth Service Programme called The Young Patriots Programme.

We need five (5) volunteers per province, x45 nationally, for a nine (9) months commitment

The programme seeks to engage young people in the service delivery to communities as a way of building a culture of patriotism and nation building by involving them in areas of arts, culture and heritage.

The successful applicant will be required to fulfill the following functions:

  • Implement arts and cultural activities in both community and schools.
  • Mobilise schools and youth to be part of TYPP activities in their community.
  • Implement, coordinate and support TYPP events in the community.
  • Maintain relationships with local community organisations and other community youth groups in the community.
  • Administer monitoring for TYPP implementation in school and at the community.
  • Promote South African National Symbols. 
  • Commit to personal development and growth.

Suitable candidates will need to satisfy all the following requirements:

  • Grade 10
  • Out of school youth
  • Must be between the age of 18 and 35 years. 
  • Facilitation and presentation skills 
  • English and local language proficiency.
  • Arts and culture background
  • Willing to work in Arts & Culture sector
  • Strong Community background.
  • Self-initiator, pro-activeness, with attention to detail. 
  • Display ability to role model to peers.
  • RSA youth only

NB: Youth with disabilities are encouraged to apply.


Monthly stipend, training and uniform will be provided

Please forward a summarised copy of your Curriculum Vitae (CV) indicating which province and district you are applying 


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