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Learnerships available

Careers Portal brings you the latest learnerships available whether that be learnerships available in Gauteng. learnerships available in Cape Town or learnerships at Transnet, we have it all. 

What is a learnership? A learnership are usually done to secure a formal qualification. Once the learnership is complete you receive a nationally recognized qualification in both theoretical and practical work components.

Click here to get updates about the learnerships available now.


SETA , which stands for Sector Education and Training Authority, is a national skills development program aimed at developing in all sectors. But how do you get their leadership? Who qualifies for their funding and much do they pay? read more to find out.

 


Learnership are programmes perfect for anyone who wishes to gain work experience and earn a qualification at the same time. It allows you to explore your options and establish yourself in the working world. We have the all the leanership information you need, including available opportunities.


If you do not have you matric qualifications and are wondering whether or not you will still be able to apply for a learnership. We have the answers you need.


Have you ever wondered why learnerships exist? Well, keep on scrolling to find out why learnerships are so important for South Africa's youth, growth and economy.


Are you interested in applying for a learnership, however, you have no idea where to start? Well, keep reading to find out more about the Learnership Readiness Programme and how it can help you get that learnership.


Jaryd Raizon from Knowledge Trust is giving you more insight into where and how you can gain access to learnerships, internships and employment opportunities. Knowledge Trust has also launched the Learnership Readiness Programme to help prepare young people for learnerships.


Learnerships and internships both provide you with work experience, and both can be the start of a long and successful career. But there are big differences between the two.


A learnership is a work-based learning programme that leads to an NQF registered qualification. Learnerships are directly related to an occupation or field of work, for example: electrical engineering, hairdressing or project management.

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