On Thursday the 5th December 2013 at 8:50pm Nelson Mandela, the father of our nation, left us. Madiba was born on the 18th July 1918 and died at the age of 95 at his home with family by his side. He spent 27 years in prison and 5 years as the president of South Africa. His death has left the nation in deep sadness as we morn the life of a hero who sacrificed much for the freedom of many.
11 December 2013
Engen is a South African market leader in the refined petroleum products with operations in multiple African countries. Engen Petroleum offers huge scope to skilled professionals in a wide range of ...
09 December 2013
Opportunities for learnerships exist for those interested in working as Financial Advisors in Long-term Insurance at Iemas. Unemployed candidates from designated groups are invited to participate ...
06 December 2013
In-house training in a variety of skills for matriculants with no previous work experience. The Amathuba (“opportunities”) Learnership Program develops matriculants with no previous work ...
05 December 2013
Junior Colleges has 5 Learnership opportunities up for grabs. Junior Colleges Pre-school Group comprising five schools in Gauteng and one in KZN. This is a great opportunity for those wanting to ...
03 December 2013
We would like to invite disabled candidates to apply for Contact Centre Level 4 learnership. This is a great opportunity to gain experience that could lead to future opportunities.
The Academy of Sound Engineering has rapidly become South Africa's premier sound engineering school, since its establishment in 1997. Catering exclusively to the dedicated student who wishes to become an industry professional, the Academy accepts only limited numbers of candidates on each course.
Housed at the South African Broadcast Corportation (SACB), South Africa's broadcast hub, and the centre of Africa's technical audio industry, the Academy of Sound Engineering (ASE) is ideally located to train the true potential audio professional.
ASE students are directly exposed to the entertainment industry from their first day on campus. Daily interaction with industry professionals is almost unavoidable, and students are immediately absorbed, by their very presence, into this exciting world.
Head Office:82 Richmond Drive
Opposite SABC Radio Park
Tel: 011 482 9200
Fax: 011 482 9203
For more information, visit the Academy of Sound Engineering website.