16, 503 Learnerships up for grabs

The Department of Higher Education has put together a list of 2014 SETA Learnership opportunities to look out for over the next few week in newspaper advertisements. According to the document, there are 16, 503 learnership opportunities up for grabs.

So check out the dates and make sure to get a copy of the relevant newspaper or visit the relevant website for detailed information. The adverts will be coming out soon and we will be keeping you updated on Facebook and Twitter as these adverts go live.

For now we have a list of the learnerships below to help you see what will be available and what you can specifically apply for.

You can find all the learnerships listed below with contact details listed above each section if you would like further information.

If you can not get in contact with anyone using the information provided below CLICK HERE to find more contact numbers on the Department of Higher Education Website.

If you are struggling to view the lists on this page then CLICK HERE to view them.

Article Category

Other Articles

Northern Cape Rural TVET College have opened their applications for Second Semester study. At Northern Cape Rural TVET College, you will be lead and prepared for employment in your chosen field.

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme, which we know as NSFAS, should definitely be one of your options for funding if you wishing to study further. Continue reading to find out if they will fund Nelson Mandela University students.

Semester 2 applications for Business Studies is now open at Gert Sibande TVET College. Gert Sibande TVET College is one of the TVET Colleges in Mpumalanga.

Students who are studying teaching or prospective education students who require funding, this one is for you. The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) could possibly be able to assist you with your funding needs. If not, we have another option too. 

Those that excel in business all possess a number of core skills: they’re efficient, decisive and strategic. They’re able to think on their feet and take responsibility for their actions. Excellent communicators too, they find it easy to talk to and relate to just about anyone they meet.