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Bridgestone Learnership Programme Brits

Bridgestone Learnership Programme Brits.
Please use LEARNERSHIP as reference on the subject line when applying.

Closing Date: 05 April 2019
Location: Brits

Duration: 12 Months


  • N3 in engineering related studies
  • Problem Solving skills
  • Knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)


  • Operating Tyre Development
  • Safety Machine checklist
  • House Keeping

How To Apply

Interested graduates who meet the minimum requirements must submit their cy and certified qualifications to

Please use LEARNERSHIP as reference on the subject line when applying.

Enquiries: Mr. Abram Mashishi Tel: 012 318 2480 or Ms. Lineo Ramachakela Tel: 012 318567

Correspondence is limited to short-listed candidates only.

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Lanseria Airport Learnership Programme

Lanseria Airport Learnership Programme

Closing Date: 30 March 2019

Are you looking for an exciting career in aviation? Are you a dedicated, vibrant and ambitions individual?

Lanseria International Airport offers a one year qualification in Aviation Support Operations. Lanseria Airport Aviation Training Academy is accredited with TETA (Transport Education and Training Authority). Upon successful completion of this qualification learners will be able to fill positions such as passenger handling agents, ramp agents, aircraft marshalling agent, and various other positions in the aviation industry.


  • Matric (G12) with Mathematics and English
  • Must be between the age of 18 and 24.
  • Must have own transport
  • Must be willing to work flexible hours

Application Process

Your application must contain the following

  • A comprehensive CV
  • A short motivational letter
  • Your matric certificate (certified)
  • Copy of your ID (certified)

How To Apply

Applications can be submitted via e-mail to:

Alternatively, you can drop of your application in the learnership application box located in the Airport terminal building. The application box is located at the information desk.

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Lafarge Learnership Programme

Closing Date: 22 March 2019 Location: Stanger Quarry

Lafarge SA, as a socially responsible corporate citizen, seeks to invest in and promote community development through various initiatives in communities where we operate. For this purpose, Lafarge SA has APPRENTICESHIP LEARNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES for qualifying persons.

We invite all interested parties to apply for these Learnership in the following disciplines:

  • Fitting and Turning
  • Electrical
  • Boilermaking


  • Analytical thinking
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Innovative, conceptual problem solver
  • Dynamic, open-minded and flexible
  • High energy level Ability to work in teams
  • Resilient, with strong leadership skills


  • Completed N2 with Trade Theory
  • Applicants should be residents of the Kwadukuza Local Municipality. Preference will be given to Ward 3 residents.

All qualifying parties are requested to submit the following documents:

  • Application form
  • Certified statement of Grade 12 results /certificate
  • Certified copy of Identity Document
  • Proof of residence

How To Apply

The application together with the documents above should be submitted to any of the following:

Email to:

Drop Off:Lafarge Stanger Quarry

Should applicants not receive feedback within two weeks of the closing date, they should consider their applications unsuccessful.

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PwC Learnerships Johannesburg

Job Description

The PwC Deal

No matter which area of the business you choose to join, all graduate programmes offer the same deal: the opportunity to grow as an individual, to meet new people, and build relationships that will stay with you for life.

Our graduate training programme is underpinned by a development framework that broadens and deepens your knowledge. You’ll learn from hands-on coaching and an outstanding variety of work. You’ll gain business, personal and technical skills you can use across the business and throughout your career.

All our people need to demonstrate skills and behaviours that will support us in implementing our business strategy. This is important to the work we do for our business and our clients. These skills and behaviours make up our global leadership framework: The PwC Professional.

Training contract

A training contract is a three year learnership contract with a registered training office.

During your learnership with PwC, you will be able to put into practice the theory you have learned at university. You will work in a challenging business environment, travelling to clients on most days, and you will interact with people on various levels.

You may apply for a training contract at any time during your studies. If you are successful, your learnership will start the year after you complete your honours degree or obtain your Certificate in the Theory of Accounting (CTA).

To apply for the training contract programme:

  • You must be studying, or intend to study, at a university to become a chartered accountant of South Africa (CA(SA)).
  • Your degree must be one that is accredited by the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA).
  • It will be to your advantage if you participated in extramural activities at school and university.

If you are in Grade 12:

  • You must be writing for a matric exemption and university acceptance.
  • Your subjects must include Mathematics and English (Maths Literacy does not qualify).
  • You must be getting over 60% for all your subjects.

If you are at university:

  • You must be passing all your subjects consistently.

Students must maintain a consistently good academic record at university and pass the required number of subjects in each academic year to PwC’s satisfaction.

Skills and behaviours we are looking for

  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Enthusiasm, drive, determination and output driven
  • Leadership potential, professionalism and integrity
  • Proficiency in English and good communication skills
  • Deadline-driven
  • Attention to detail
  • Logical thinking
  • Broader business knowledge, ability to think out of the box to deliver quality solutions that our clients seek

Responsibilities of students on the learnership

During your learnership, you will be expected to:

  • perform audits at various clients in different industries to express an opinion on their financial records;
  • work closely with the audit team to ensure client deadlines are met; and
  • progress steadily during towards qualifying as a CA(SA). This includes writing the qualifying exams and attaining the core hours as prescribed by SAICA.
  • Taxation and estates

During your learnership, you will gain experience in the following fields:

  • Auditing
  • Accounting
  • Business information systems
  • Financial management
  • Secretarial systems
  • Taxation and estates

We know that the skills and experiences you gain with us will stay with you throughout your career. So join PwC. We’ll help you to reach your full potential.

How to apply

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Packaging Learnerships X16 Positions

To provide 16 learners with an opportunity to enroll for a national certificate in food and beverage packaging (NQF 3). 

They will enter into a one-year, fixed term contract with Chamdor Brewery, during which they will undergo both on-the-job 

and off-the-job learning, culminating in a national qualification. 

Competence Requirements 

Minimum Matric with Maths & English 

Technical Courses (N2,N3,N4,N5 or N6) will be an added advantage. 

Self motivated 

Attention to detail 

Ability to interact well in teams 

Ability to work effectively in teams. 

Output and Accountabilities 

The Learnership is a structured learning programme that combines on-the-job learning as well as off-the-job learning in an 

integrated programme. The off-the- job component covers more theoretical aspects of the learning with work-based 

learning providing the opportunity for application of the theory and the further practical learning experiences required. 

Further characteristics of a Learnership are:
A Learnership leads to a national qualification registered on the (NQF) Qualification Framework. 

The qualification is based on SAQA (South African Qualifications Authority) registered unit standards. 

The unit standards are written to reflect value adding skills required in the workplace and contains the outcomes and 

assessment criteria. 

Competence is demonstrated in the workplace utilising a variety of assessment methods and using the assessment 

criteria as the standard of performance. 

Additional Information 

Grade: B 

The advert has minimum requirements listed. Management reserves the right to use additional / relevant information as 

criteria for short-listing. 

Closing Date: 19 February 2019 

Employment Type 



Chamdor Production 


South Africa 



How to Apply

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