Stipend R3000.00 requirement Grade 12 Ages 18- 35

  • 12 months employment contract, with a monthly allowance of R3000
  • The learnership will result in a National Certificate in Insurance NQF level 4

Learnership Opportunity: Financial Advisory Services (x2) Branch:Centurion

Financial Advisory Learnerships Centurion Gauteng

Job Purpose: Iemas is an authorized financial services provider, offering financing and insurance products. Opportunities for learnerships exist for those interested in working as Financial Advisors in Long-Term Insurance. Unemployed candidates from designated groups are invited to participate in learnership at our North Gauteng regional office Centurion. Candidates with disability are a priority. Job Outputs: The learnership offers:

 

  • 12 months employment contract, with a monthly allowance of R3000
  • The learnership will result in a National Certificate in Insurance NQF level 4
  • Continuous coaching, mentoring, on the job training and assessment
  • Work exposure to insurance sales environment

Qualifications: Have passed Matric with English & Maths ( D Symbols and above) Experience:

  • Be Unemployed
  • Interested in working in the insurance industry
  • Previously disadvantaged candidates including people with disabilities
  • Ages 18- 35 may apply

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Good communication skills, verbal and written
  • Confident and can work well under pressure
  • Not involved in other studies in 2016
  • Be able to start with the learnership on 1 August 2016
  • A valid Code 8 driver’s licence will be an advantage
  • How to Apply
  • Click Here to Send Your Application

 

Unemployed people willing to start working at anytime are needed to register at this database

How To Register as a Work-seeker at the department of labour database

Unemployed people can register as work-seekers at their nearest labour centre. This will enable employers to find them if they are looking for candidates for learnerships.

Registering as work-seeker

Unemployed people should use the following steps to register as work-seekers:

Step 1: Complete the Work-seeker Registration Form

Unemployed people must complete the Work-seeker Registration Form and hand it in at their nearest labour centre.

Step 2: Keep your contact details up to date

Work-seekers must keep in contact with the labour centre and let them know as soon as their details change.

Step 3: Be prepared for interviews

Keep your CV up to date and prepare for interviews.

Related Links

The Skills Development Act requires all new learners to sign an employment contract with their employer

The Skills Development Act provides procedures for resolving disputes about learnerships (a type of apprenticeship)

The Skills Development Act allows Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs) to start learnerships only if certain conditions are met

The Skills Development Levy Act stipulates that employers must register to pay the levy.

Workers should ask and encourage employers to start learnerships.

All employers must fill in and send forms with a copy of the registration certificate of the Registrar of Companies or their ID document to register with the fund.

How to contact the Department of Labour

Downlad work seeker Registration form

 

People having Grade 12 are need at Eskom for a new job opening

Eskom is offering 25 Plant Operator Learnership opportunities within the Maintenance department at Kriel Power Station in Mpumalanga.

The energy industry is transforming and Eskom is playing a leading role in the delivery of energy to millions of customers countrywide. Since companies are shaped by its people, we at Eskom are always looking for highly skilled professionals who want to make an impact.

Requirements

  • Grade 12 with Physical Science and Mathematics
  • OR  N3 with Engineering Science and Mathematics
  • English Language as a second language

Skills and Competencies

  • Computer literacy
  • Problem solving skills
  • Planning and organising skills
  • Ability to apply Maths and Science knowledge
  • Technical, electrical equipment and energy conversion process understanding
  • Self-motivation, analytical, cognitive thinking and good communication skills

How to apply

Applications close on 29 June 2016. Click here to apply online

Alternatively, submit applications at Kriel Power Station (Main Security Gate) with the following documents attached: Curriculum Vitae (CV), certified copy of ID, qualifications – Grade 12/N3 and any other tertiary qualification you have completed. Ensure that you indicate the correct (Reference Number: 5000280672NZ) on your CV.

If you have a parent(s) employed permanently at Kriel Power Station, please provide a certified copy of your parent’s ID indicating the Unique Number of your parent(s) on the ID copy.