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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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Learnerships in Cape Town

Cape Town has the potential to turn your dream into a career. There are numerous learnership opportunities you can use to improve your skills. The most important consideration before looking for learnerships in Cape Town is thinking about the kind of attachment you are in need of.

Basically, you need an opportunity to practice what you learnt in school, boost your skills, and increase your chances of securing employment. That is why learnerships specify the qualifications needed, such as a college or university certificate in a particular field. Some ask for Grade 12 results. Continue reading

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Learnerships at Department of Correctional Services

The Department of Correctional Services offers learnerships annually. It targets candidates from different communities and backgrounds.

These opportunities are in line with the government’s strategy to reduce poverty through creation of employment.
Learnerships at Department of Correctional Services target candidates who qualify for a Further Education and Training Certificate, which is the National Qualifications Framework Level 4.

All learnerships in the country stipulate the academic level applicants should achieve before seeking a learning opportunity. Continue reading

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Learnerships Department of Home Affairs

Learnerships at Department of Home Affairs are available in various fields. Learnership in a government department is different from any other opportunity because of the exposure, the resources, the wealth of information and access to mentors and trainers.

The period spent in the department is bound to have unrivalled effect on any learner. The department lists all opportunities available at the start of the year. This information is also available on websites that list learnerships in South Africa. Continue reading

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Eskom Load Shedding

Stage one load shedding will take place nationwide from 11am to 10pm, Eskom confirmed on Friday. The power utility attributed the power cuts to increased electricity demand.

Eskom was forced to implement load shedding several times last year due to limited generating capacity, problems at some power stations and technical issues.

Eskom has warned that without additional funding to buy diesel, load shedding will be continuous and ongoing because the utility won’t be able to operate its open gas turbines.

The utility says the power grid remains vulnerable and any technical issues or generator problems may force it to implement rolling blackouts at a moment’s notice. The power giant on Wednesday lost two generators, making the power grid extremely vulnerable. Read more here: http://ewn.co.za/2015/01/09/Eskom-implements-load-shedding-tonight

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Admin Learnership

Recruiting Company : Computershare Investor Services (Pty) Ltd
Contract Type : Temporary / Contract
Learnership Location: Johannesburg Metropolitan
Available: 05 January 2015
Learnership Category: Banking / Finance And Investment O
Renumeration Offer: R3200

Introduction
The Certificate in Office Administration Learnership will provide an opportunity for unemployed matriculants to acquire a range of administrative skills crucial to the successful functioning of our organisation

Requirements
* Have a matric with diploma endorsement
* Have knowledge of MS Office Literacy ( Word and Excel)
* Know how to speak English and/ or Afrikaans.
* Disabled candidates are welcome to apply

Other Requirements

This admin learnership program has both theory and practical aspects to it. The theory aspect of the learnership will be conducted & administered by the learning Institute. The practical part of the learnership will be assessed by a registered assessor in the workplace.

1. Theory component – This is the structured learning component of the learnership. Learning is to be completed at an accredited training provider and the learner is assessed via the means of a three hour examination in the following learning areas:

* Business and Office Administration.
* Communication
* Marketing
* Public Relations
* Financial Accounting.
* Administrative Practiced
* Cost and Management Accounting

2. Practical Component – This work-based component of the learnership will require you to work in a monitored workplace , thereafter you will be assessed against the practical component of the learnership. The practical component must be completed at an accredited workplace provider.

Duration
This learnership will take twelve 12 mths to finish, during which time the learner is required to complete both the theory and practical components of the learnership.

Where to Apply

Visit this page now to apply: http://www.pnet.co.za/index.php?s=advert_view&g=4282&x=1651687&i=49&pop=1

 

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2015 Graduate Internship Programme

SAS claim to be the leader in business analytics software and services. They are looking to employ graduates for their 2015 Graduate Internship Programme. Below are the roles they are recruiting:-

* BI/DI Analytics
* BI Platform Administrator

What Are Your Accountables?

– You will be providing technical support to customers through the phone & email.
– Under support, you will also be researching on questions asked by customers or problems and afterwards contact them with the relevant solutions.
– Keep yourself informed on other vendors products (ie how they interface and/or compete with the SAS System). You will also be keeping contact with the vendors to report problems & get information and/or advises users how to best use the SAS System in conjunction with them. Continue reading

Category: Internships

Tackling Tough Interview Questions – How To Be Prepared!

Immediately upon graduation, most college students start filling in job applications in hopes of securing a job interview. Prior to this, these graduates need to have an impressive graduate resume.

Resume writing is an art that is best left to professional resume writers that specialize in graduate and entry level resumes. A good cover letter and an impressive resume is the first step towards being granted a job interview.

Now that you have secured an interview, you need to prepare for the tough questions that lie behind the employers door. The majority of people considers the expected questions and prepare for these. Many rehearse the answers so that they sound confident while answering them.

Practicing responses in advance keeps a check on nervousness, and you sound professional and confident. However, with the job market so competitive and so many applicants applying for the same job, employers have come up with a way to weed out applicants and let the cream rise to the top. Employers will ask questions that are difficult, make your pulse race and be tough to answer.

Tough Questions You Can Expect

Let us take a closer look at some of the tough questions you may be asked and what a likely response could be:

1. You have no experience. Why should I consider you?

You need to be persuasive. Mention your ability to overcome deficiencies. Also, mention how you increased your knowledge through education, internships and summer jobs.

Perhaps explain how your ability to master new technology made your colleagues turn to you for advice. Detail how your budding management skills would have a positive impact on the organization.

2. How did you resolve a conflict, if you had any, with your professor or last employer?

You need to accept that you had disagreements with your professors or past employers that required resolution. Give specific examples of how you coped and resolved the issue without being judgemental of your professor or previous employer.

To answer this question correctly, you need to show that you are able to see the other persons view in the dispute, consider all options and then act rationally. That is what the employer is looking for. The employer really does not care who was right or wrong but what is important is how you handled yourself and the situation.

3. How would your professors (or last employer) describe you?

Explain that all would agree that you were a very energetic person who always accomplished whatever task was at hand. You were dependable, creative and possessed a keen eye to apply your knowledge in a very practical sense.

Inform the interviewer that you have references for his consideration to backup your comments.

4. In your opinion, what are the qualities of a successful leader ?

Be brief, clear and meaningful with your answer as this is a true quality of an excellent manager. Some qualities you could mention are collaborative leadership, visionary planning, understanding the corporate objectives.

Also, highlight how to interpret these to increase revenues and service the clientele. You can finish your response by giving an example of a person you consider to be a true leader.

5. What is your greatest weakness?

Everyone has one so never answer this question in a lame manner. Be precise and confident in expressing to the employer what you feel your greatest weakness is.

Then immediately explain how your main achievement has been to recognize your greatest weakness and work on overcoming the issue.

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