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Bryte Learnership Programme Johannesburg

Contract, Learnership

Company: Bryte Insurance Company Limited
Reference #LSP20
Contract Type: Contract 12 Months
Location: Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

IntroductionThe Bryte Learnership Programme is offered in partnership with INSETA (Insurance Sector Education and Training Authority) and focuses on assisting previously disadvantaged young South Africans, by creating the opportunity to gain work-related experience in the Short-Term Insurance industry.

Job FunctionsIntern



  • Under the age of 24 (i.e. turning 24 in 2020)
  • South African citizen
  • Grade 12 qualification
  • 50% in Mathematics or Mathematics Literacy
  • 50% in English Higher or Standard Grade
  • 50% in a Second Language Higher or Standard Grade
  • No further qualifications since Grade 12 and not presently studying towards a qualification
  • Not have the financial means to obtain a qualification
  • CV
  • Certified ID copy
  • Certified Matric certificate
  • Certified doctors letter confirming disability for candidates living with a disability

Job Closing Date16/07/2019

How to Apply

Apply online at Bryte Career page

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Coca Cola is Hiring

Coca Cola is Hiring

Closing Date: 09 July 2019
Location: Johannesburg, Midrand and Devland 

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons to fill the above vacancy within the Warehouse Department. Key purpose the purpose of this program is to equip learners to understand and acquaint themselves with the underlying principles of all of the major areas related to distribution within the Wholesale & Retail sector, thus enabling them to become more effective employees. This Certificate provides learners with grounding in all areas of Distribution. This may enable them not only to increase their productivity within the Wholesale and Retail Sector but also to apply their learning in various other business environments.

Key Duties & Responsibilities

The qualified learner will be exposed to :

  • Reading, writing and verbal communication within the distribution environment
  • Rational and irrational numbers and number systems
  • Receiving of stock into the wholesale or retail outlet
  • Maintaining stock balances
  • Safe delivery of stock to customers
  • Legal requirement, organization policies and procedures for the transportation of goods
  • Administrative functions related to stock receipt and delivery
  • The packing of stock in appropriately selected areas
  • Picking of stock
  • The financial impact of stock on the business
  • Picking, packing and movement of stock in order to minimize damages
  • Stock flow through the DC/Warehouse
  • The recording of stock movement on the stock management system
  • Stock take procedures
  • The wholesale & retail business environment
  • Legislation regarding Occupational Health and Safety and applicable safety procedures in the workplace
  • Appropriate actions to be taken with regards to hazards and emergency situations
  • Maintaining of Internal and external housekeeping standards
  • Maintaining of Customer service and satisfaction levels


  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to interact well in teams
  • Ability to work effectively in teams
  • Self-Motivated

Skills, Experience & Education

Qualifications & Experience:

  • Minimum Matric with Mathematics and Science 
  • Diploma: Logistics Management an added advantage
  • No Experience required


The advert has minimum requirements listed. Management reserves the right to use additional or relevant information as criteria for short-listing.

How To Apply

Apply Online for the Coca Cola Learnership Programme in Midrand

Apply Online for the Coca Cola Learnership Programme in Devland

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City of Tshwane Learnership Programme

Form part of our apprenticeship scheme and we will equip you with knowledge and work-integrated learning to succeed in today’s highly competitive and challenging job market.

Apprenticeship Opportunity

Do you have Matric? or an N2, Technical Matric or NCV Level4?

The City of Tshwane (Learning and Development Division) is an accredited training provider that offers a full apprenticeship programme in the following trades:

  • Electricity 
  • Welding 
  • Vehicle Mechanics
  • Boiler-making
  • Plumbing 
  • Fitting and Turning 

What you need: You will need an N2 Certificate with Mathematics, Science and relevant trade theory, at the least. You must also be interested in becoming an artisan and have the necessary devotion and enthusiasm Special school applicants should be in possession of Grade 10 with technical subjects, Mathematics and Science, Candidates with disabilities are encouraged to apply. 

Applicants must submit: 

A Curriculum Vitae (CV), Certified copies of all school qualifications and any other relevant qualification; and.

Proof of residence certified by the ward councillor concerned or a recent water and lights statement Preference will be given to previously disadvantaged individuals and women. 

NB: Applicants with fraudulent information/documents will be disqualified.

How To Apply

Please hand-deliver your properly addressed CV and all relevant documents to Group Human Capital Management (Human Resources Management).

One-stop Services, Mezzanine Level, Bothongo Plaza West, 271 Francis Baard Street, Pretoria,

GPS coordinates: Decimal degrees: Latitude: 25.7488 E; Longitude: 28.1920 S. Degrees: Minutes and seconds: 25° 45′ 00.3″ S: 28° 11′ 25.6″ E.

Applications may only be posted to Group Human Capital Management (Human Resources Management). One-stop Services, PO Box 440, Pretoria 0001.

NB: No faxed, electronic or late applications will be accepted. 

Please accept that your application has been unsuccessful if you have not been contacted within 3 months after the closing date of this advertisement

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Digital Marketing Employed Learnership Programme Red & Yellow


Businesses have an opportunity to contribute to meaningful transformation by investing in young talent through a year-long structured learning programme.

Find out more about our latest corporate learnership offering: Digital Marketing Employed Learnership. Corporates can take advantage of skills grants, tax rebates and an increase in points on their B-BEE scorecards. They can recognise both the full cost of the programme and the full salary of each learner for the duration of their participation in the programme. Click here for more info.

Location: online

Start date: 18 November 2019

Email Wes, our MD, if you know what you need. Or read further to unpack how it works.

What is a learnership?

It’s a work-based route to a qualification, comprising both structured practical on-the-job experience (where the business comes in) and structured theoretical training (where the accredited training provider comes in). They are important because they measure success in terms of actual skills that the learner acquires.

Choose Red & Yellow – a training provider that ‘gets’ the industry

We offer a range of SETA-accredited Learnerships – such as the National Certificate in Advertising, and the National Certificate in Information Technology – that are built with the interests of innovative and creative businesses in mind. And we’re always willing to design new learnership opportunities, should there be sufficient demand.

How your business benefits:

  • Our learnerships are SETA-accredited, which means that full funding is available from the relevant SETA, including a monthly stipend for each learner
  • The full cost of the learnership programme – plus each learner’s salary – counts towards your B-BBEE Skills Development targets
  • Tax deductions of up to R100 000 per learner, per annum, can be claimed
  • You get to employ fresh, new, diverse talent; or fast track development of current employees
  • Play a real role in desperately-needed transformation by offering learners work experience and exposing them to better job prospects.


To produce work-ready graduates, with in-demand skills, that gives them access to the job market, and supports meaningful transformation in both your business and the workforce at large.

Duration and format:

7 months in class, 5 months in the workplace. Learners receive a mix of both theoretical training with formal assessments, as well as workplace-learning where they are expected to demonstrate the ability to put in practice the tools we have taught them.

When does it start?

Our learnerships can start anytime of the year, provided we have a minimum total of 30 students. A size ideal for effective learning and great classroom interaction. However, the students don’t all need to come from a single business.

Profile of learner

Aimed at anyone with a matric certificate, between the ages of 18 and 35.

Learner recruitment and employment

  • Many businesses prefer to hand-pick their own candidates, but we are happy to assist you with learner recruitment.
  • A Tripartite Agreement is entered into between the learner, employer and training provider, and lodged with the relevant Seta. If unemployed, the learner enters into a Temporary Employment Contract with the employer for the duration of the Learnership. Unemployed learners receive a monthly allowance; while employed learners continue to earn their salary (which can be fully claimed for).
  • We could assist in placing learners with other employers for the work-based part of the learnership, should it be in the interests of all parties concerned to do so.


Should you wish to take advantage of funding, we strongly recommend that you follow the relevant steps prescribed by the SETA (with which you’re registered). Each SETA has different requirements, timeframes and funding limits, and we can assist you in liaising with them.

Amongst others, you will need to:

  • Ensure that your business is registered with a SETA
  • Comply with your annual SETA compliance requirements, including the submission of an annual Workplace Skills Plan and Annual Report
  • Submit a Letter of Intent in which you apply for Learnership funding


Our Cape Town campus.
Also available in Joburg

Source: Red & Yellow

Find other learnership programmes here

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How To Join a Learnership if you are Unemployed Department of Labour Explains

How To Join a Learnership if you are Unemployed Department of Labour Explains

Unemployed people must register as work-seekers. They must also look for employers and prepare a CV.
Joining a learnership

If unemployed people want to join a learnership they must use the following steps:

Step 1: Decide what skills you want
Think about the kind of training and job you are looking for. E.g. if you like the outdoors, do not apply for office jobs.

Step 2: Register as work-seeker
Unemployed people must register as work-seekers at their nearest labour centre. This will help employers to find them if they want to start a learnership. Find contacts of labour centres per province.

Step 3: Find employers that offer learnerships
Contact SETAs to find out which employers offer learnerships. Ask friends and family to look out for openings and watch adverts in newspapers. Here are list of available learnerships.

Step 4: Draw up a CV
Draw up a CV that gives –
personal details; (name, date of birth, etc.)
education; (school attended and qualifications)
work experience; (names of previous employers and what you did)
other skills; and (driver’s license, computer skills, etc.)
referees. (names and contact details of people who know you well)
Download a CV Template free

Step 5: Prepare for an interview
Think of the kind of questions you may be asked. Practice with a friend.

Learn more about interviews here

Step 6: Keep your details updated
Keep in contact with your labour centre and update your details when they change.

Source: Department of Labour

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