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Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency Learnerships

Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency Learnerships


Closing Date: 26 June 2019
Location: Nelspruit

Duration: 12 Months
Stipend: R1700

ABOUT THE LEARNERSHIP

The Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency (MTPA) hereby invites previously disadvantaged youth residing  in the Mpumalanga Province for a Learnership Traineeship Programme in Nature Conservation Guardianship at Level 2.

Should you not receive any feedback from MTPA, regard your application as unsuccesful.



Requirements

Candidates interested in applying for this learnership position should ensure that they meet the following criteria – failure to meet ALL of these requirements will result in your application being denied.

  • South African youth between 18 and 35 years of age
  • Must havea a grade 12 certificate
  • Preference will be given to applicants that are residence of the province of Mpumalanga
  • Applicants show particiapted in a Learnership Programme before
  • Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply

How To Apply

Candidates who meet the above minimum requirements must apply by submitting certified copies (not older than three months) of the following documentation:

  • Applicants must specify, in their cover letter, the name of the Programme (i.e. Nature Conservation Resources Guardianship) NQF Level 2) they are applying for
  • Detailed CV
  • Proof of residence
  • Copy of ID
  • Matric certificate

Applications must be submitted via one of the following means:

Hand delivery:

Attention: Mr. Siyabong Singwane
HR Development
Mpumalanga Tourism & Parks Agency
Block J, Office J18
N4 National Road, Hall’s Gateway
Mataffin, Nelspruit

Post:

Attention: Acting Manager: Patric Manyaza
 Human Resources Development
Private Bag, x11338
Nelspruit
1200

Note: Please specify the name of the programme you are applying for (Conservation Learnership NQF L2)

CONTACT

Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency (MTPA)
Mr  Mr. Siyabong Singwane
Tel: 013 759 5570

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Digital Marketing Employed Learnership Programme Red & Yellow

Learnerships

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.

Intention/outcome:

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.

SETA-funding

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

Location

Our Cape Town campus.
Also available in Joburg

Source: Red & Yellow

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Foundation for Professional Development Learnership Programme

Learnerships

On behalf of our sponsors, FPD implements learnership programmes that will leave our learners with a ground level professional qualification or post qualification work experience.

Learners will receive training in soft skills as well as experience in their learnership field, leaving their learnership with a qualification and experience to aid them in establishing a solid career.

FPD is in a public – private partnership with the Provincial Department of Health which enables FPD to utilise its facilities and pharmacists for the learnership. Since 2009, FPD has appointed pharmacist assistant learners to work under supervision of the pharmacists.

Of the 4389 pharmacists in the country, there were 2961 placed in retail, 245 placed at private hospitals, 647 placed at state pharmacies, 250 placed at manufacturers and 287 placed at wholesale pharmacies.

The pharmacist assistants are placed and trained in various Department of Health pharmacy facilities, based at the clinics where FPD is in partnership with the Department of Health To date 1766 Pharmacy Assistants have been trained through FPD.

All learners who successfully completed the basic pharmacist assistants training to date have been employed.

How to become a Learner

Applicant Requirements:

  • South African Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Must have completed and passed Matric , provide certificate
  • Maths and English would be an advantage
  • Updated CV
  • Copy of certified ID

Knowledge and Skills Required:

The incumbent must be organized, and possess good oral and written communication skills. The incumbent must be comfortable working independently and must be committed to complete the learnership successfully and in record time.

Host a Learnership Opportunity

The FPD LearnerSHIPS Programme is a route to occupational or professional NQF qualification which is vocational, education and training (VET) for Matriculants who through a 12 month employment contract with FPD gain practical experience whilst they acquire this qualification.

FPD will be expanding their Learnership services to all sponsors who want implement a programme that will leave our learners with a ground level professional qualification recognised by the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET).

To promote the advancement of human capacity development and provide adequate technical assistance to the different sectors throughout South Africa.

Learners will receive training in soft skills as well as experience in their learnership field, leaving their learnership with a qualification and experience to aid them in establishing a solid career for themselves.

For more information on work-shopping and implementing a Learnership opportunity for your organisation through FPD, please contact: Tiyani Armstrong on 012 816 9136 or tiyania@foundation.co.za

Available Programmes

  • Pharmacy Assistant Learner – Funded by ABSA
  • Pharmacy Assistant Learner – Funded by HWSETA
  • Pharmacy Assistant Learner – Funded by PEPFAR
  • Social Auxiliary Learner – Funded by PEPFAR/HWSETA
  • Work Experience for the disabled learner – Funded by HWSETA

Source: Foundation for Professional Development

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Sibanye Stillwater Learnerships and Vacancies

Sibanye Stillwater Learnerships and Vacancies

The Sibanye-Stillwater Academy is looking for dynamic, self-driven employees who would like to enter into a Mining Learnership. A limited number of allocations will be awarded to employees for a full time study opportunity in line with business needs.

Requirements

  • Applicants must have a Grade 9 or equivalent NQF Level 1 Educational Certificate, with Mathematics and English Communication, in order to be accepted onto the Rock Breaker Learnership.
  • Applicants must be declared medically fit for the position and environment, as determined by a risk-based medical examination at the relevant Sibanye-Stillwater Occupational Health Care Centre.
  • Pre-screening and psychometric evaluation may form part of the selection process. All applicants will be subject to clearance screening by the South African Police Services as required by the National Explosives Act. Short listed candidates will be requested to attend a panel interview. Applicants who receive no response to their applications within 14 days after the closing date, may consider their application for the Learnership to be unsuccessful. Sibanye-Stillwater is committed to the achievement and maintenance of diversity and equity in employment
  • Preference will be given to applicants who have more than six month’s previous mining experience in the production environment of a Mine.

How to Apply

Search for learnerships under the vacancies section of this website and apply online.

For more infomation contact: 
Lychél Kies
E-mail: lychel.kies@sibanyestillwater.com

Source: Sibanye Stillwater

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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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