The weeks prior to exams can be a stressful time for all students (and their parents!) and knowing how to properly prepare is the key to avoiding stress and acing every single one of your exams.
27 May 2015
Learnership Programme: Financial Advisory Services Opportunity for learnerships exist for those interested in working as Financial Advisors in Long-Term Insurance.
27 May 2015
Sasol in Free State wants to train and develop learners to become qualified Artisans according to the requirements of the Chemical Industries Education and Training Authorities (CHIETA).
25 May 2015
Calling all Unemployed Matriculants with a certificate or students with a Diploma. Eye To Success Agency is looking for Matriculants seeking for learnership opportunities.
22 May 2015
The purpose of this learnership is to afford 10 learners the opportunity to gain on- the- job exposure, as well as theoretical exposure, culiminating in a occupational qualification entitled ...
21 May 2015
Applicants should be residing in the area they are applying for namely Northern Cape and Western Cape. It is important to have proof of residents which MUST accompany the application!
South Africa is currently experiencing a shortage of skilled tradespeople and therefore graduations from trade apprenticeship programmes are in high demand. A career in trade can offer a secure and well paid future.
An apprenticeship combines workplace and institutional learning in a national qualification. An apprenticeship is based on an agreement between the individual who wants to learn the skill and the employer who needs a skilled worker.An apprenticeship can last from two to four years, depending on the program. As an apprentice, about 90 per cent of the learner’s time is spent learning practical skills, while being supervised by a qualified tradesperson. The rest is spent learning theoretical and technical aspects of your trade. Over time, the apprenticeship system of training has proven to be one of the world’s most successful ways to learn. (http://www.skillsinnovationhub.co.za)Apprenticeships are usually limited to technical trades and learners are forced to work out a fixed period of time before they can receive their qualification. Apprenticeships are job orientated, but learners earn a salary while they get an education.