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Learnerships May 2015

Learnership offers from around the web..

1. AFRICAN Learners – Learnership Programme
Location: Midrand, R2 000 Per Month
Job Type: Internship
Sectors: Accounting, Admin, Business Management, Call Centre, Academic
Posted by GS Recruitment Services on Sunday, May 17, 2015 Continue reading

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New Learnership Offers April 2015

Below are learnership offers i came across on the internet. Be cautious of individuals who ask you for money to “process” your applications.

1. IT Technical Support

The company needs 3 candidates for our client’s IT Technical Support Learnership who meet the following minimum requirements: Continue reading

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AA Learnership & Healthcare Learnership Offers

There are a couple of learnership offers I came across on the internet and wanted to share them with you and hopefully they may be desirable to you.

1. Learner Post Basic – Diepkloof Square

Recruiter: Clicks
Start Date: 2015-04-13
End Date: 2015-04-20
Location: Soweto
Available: ASAP
Category: Pharmaceutical / Medical / Healthcare / Hygiene Offer: Market Related Continue reading

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South Africa Jobs: Who Is To Blame for Joblessness?

Came across this video from SABC Digital News. Statistics South Africa indicate that 42 000 formal jobs were created in the fourth quarter. Report further adds and says the number of formal jobs in the economy in the fourth quarter of last year rose by half a percent compared to the third quarter.

My question is this.. Are we to blame the government for joblessness in South African or should people be more proactive and create jobs themselves instead of waiting for the government to bail them out?

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Learnerships – Department of Labour

The Department of Labour handles employment related issues such as creation of employment and the health and safety of workers. It also sets the standards for companies and organisations offering learnerships in South Africa.

It is important for companies to inform this department about forthcoming learnerships, as well as for learners and job seekers to register with this department in the respective regional offices. This is the best way for a learner to find out about learnerships in the Department of Labour.  Continue reading

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Learnerships at the Department of Education

The Department of Education in South Africa was spilt into the Department of Basic Education and the Department of Higher Education and Training.

Therefore, learnerships at the Department of Education are available in two departments. Opportunities available are listed on the department’s website and on other websites that aggregate internship content for job seekers. Continue reading

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Learnerships Department of Labor

The Department of Labour handles employment related issues such as creation of employment and the health and safety of workers. It also sets the standards for companies and organisations offering learnerships in South Africa.

It is important for companies to inform this department about forthcoming learnerships, as well as for learners and job seekers to register with this department in the respective regional offices. This is the best way for a learner to find out about learnerships in the Department of Labour. Continue reading

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Learnerships at Department of Health

The National Department of Health Learnerships are important for job seekers since it is the best way to utilize what was learnt in class and learn more theory and practice while in the field. It differs from regular classes in that the learner will operate from the ground, whether in a health centre or in the health department’s offices.

The chances of hiring a candidate who has undertaken a learnership is higher because the employer knows that candidate has the right skills. There is a wide range of learnerships at Department of Health because this filed has different divisions from nursing to administration. Continue reading

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Learnerships in Johannesburg

Johannesburg, popularly known as Jo’burg, is South Africa’s largest city, and what better way to enjoy the resources and opportunities of this modern city than by getting a learnership programme.

It is the capital city of Gauteng Province, which boasts as the wealthiest in South Africa. Its economy leads in the Sub-Sahara region. Jo’burg is a melting pot of cultures and a platform for investors, employers, employees and job seekers to realize their full potential.

With a population of over 4 million people, Jo’burg is a metropolitan area driven by several manufacturing industries, the real estate sector, media and banking among others. The city’s stock exchange is the largest in the continent. This city excels in all fields from manufacturing to tourism and banking. Continue reading

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Learnerships in Kwa Zulu Natal (KZN)

Kwa Zulu Natal enjoys an ocean front location, south east of South Africa. The largest city in this region is Durban. With so many food processing, textile, chemical plants among others, the region’s economy is promising.

Kwa Zulu Natal offers a variety of work-based learning opportunities. This is beneficial to the applicant as well as the region as a whole because the skills gained in learnerships programme is invaluable.

Work based learning combines theoretical studies with practical sessions so that a learner sees the real deal of that profession. That way, a learner can grasp new things that may not have been clear in class, and also discover things that class set-ups may not offer such as real-life cases. Continue reading

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