Department of Labor Learnerships 2017 - 2018
This Government department helps individuals and companies to regulate working conditions and terms. To ensure everyone is treated equally and fairly, they work together with multiple companies to aid in providing skilled workers into a needy workforce. The Department of Labour Learnerships helps to educate and assist with training talented individuals.
In all they do, they aid in fulfilling the Governments ‘National Skills Development Strategy’ Plan. This includes the development of high-quality learning opportunities, employment growth, and skills development in the formal sectors, development of small businesses, social development and aiding the youth to become part of the workforce.
These learnerships call for the youth between 16 and 35. Candidates must not be currently employed and willing to enter into an agreement period as stipulated by the learnership available. Many of these learnerships will be advertised, be it via the newspapers, community centers, or the Labour Department website. Candidates are urged to look at learnerships within their skills range, as well as in their area.
Department of Labour Learnerships Available
There are numerous learnerships within all sectors, some career paths may comprise of the following options:
- Chartered Accountancy
- Human Resources
- Commerce Law
- Supply Chain Management
- Legal Secretary
Department of Labour Learnerships Requirements
Candidates must be permanent South African residents and citizens. Candidates must include a detailed curriculum vitae with contact details. Ensure you have contactable references, as well as any information you feel may be appropriate to the application. Please also include certified copies of all relevant certificates and ID Document.