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Don't miss out on your opportunity to apply for the Military Skills Development System - the MSDS 2024 - 2025. The MSDS will see you join a two-year training and learning programme where you will be a part of one of the arms of the military and you will learn a valuable skill and profession that you will keep for your whole career.

The MSDS is now open for the SA Army, SA Air Force, SA Navy and the SA Military Health Services. The great thing about the MSDS is that you will be training and learning, but unlike being at a college or university, you won't have to be paying out. In fact, you will be paid, given accommodation, and food.

Applications are open now for the MSDS with the SANDF in 2024 - 2025 and will close on the 15th March 2024.

The SANDF have asked us to stress that application forms and the application process is completely free. You must not pay anyone for the forms, or to submit the plans for you.

 


The SANDF are now recruiting for their Military Skills Development System 2024 2025 version, so if you would like to train and learn new skills, while earning and being a part of the country's military, this popular opportunity could be for you.


Becoming a part of the South African Air Force (SAAF) is both a risk and an honour. However, to get the job, applicants have to meet a range of requirements.


The South African Army, which falls under the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) Reserves, defends South Africa from external military aggression. If you are considering a career in the South African Army, here is how you can join. 


If you recently matriculated but pursuing a tertiary education is not part of your future plans or perhaps you are not sure which path to pursue, then you might want to consider joining the South African Navy. The MSDS is the easiest way to enter the SA Navy.


SAMHS-2025.pdfThe SA Military Health Service forms an integral part of the SA Military and is recruiting now for a range of specialist medical functions as part of the Military Skills Development System. If you want to a career in a medical field this could be the answer for you.


Application forms to join the Defence Force through the Military Skills Development System are available to members of the public.


The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) comprises the armed forces of South Africa. It's object is to defend the sovereignty and territorial integrity of South Africa and its people.


The SA Navy as an attractive employer of choice which aims at recruiting suitable candidates that meet the requirements. The SA Navy strives to attract the right quality and quantity of skilled or potential employees/members (uniform or civilian) in order to meet the Departments’ strategic and operational objectives.


If you are looking to join the South African National Defence Force which comprises the armed forces of South Africa, then here's how to submit your application. 

 


Are you looking for a career at SANDF - South African National Defence Force? The Department of Defence employ young, fit and healthy candidates who are Citizens of the Republic of South Africa.







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