"Born-frees" as they are known - having been born after 1994 when South Africa had it's first democratic elections - are representing a dismal third of registered voters for this years elections. Many 18- and 19-year olds, more than a million according to stats, have failed to register and will not being making their mark on any electoral ballot on May 7 2014.
23 April 2014
In its sixth year of attracting talented youth into the media industry, the AMASA Learnership Programme (ALP) is calling for applications for 2014 intern positions.
22 April 2014
SABMiller is offering Packaging Learnership Opportunities at Ibhayi Brewery in Port Elizabeth to provide 6 people with an opportunity to enrole for a Packaging Processing Learnership (NQF L3). They ...
16 April 2014
Eskom has x15 learner plant operator opportunities available in Mpumalanga. Applications are open until 2 May. Learnership to provide on-job training, where the learner will be able to acquire ...
14 April 2014
Supersport is offering 15 Production Learnership Opportunities in Randburg. These positions are for African, Coloured and Indian candidates and preference will be given to EE candidates and people ...
14 April 2014
Applications are now open for the 2015 Intake of Learners to the four year Nurse Training Programme in Gauteng. In an effort to boost the number of health professionals in the province, the Gauteng ...
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.