BASIC MILITARY TRAINING

Basic Military Training is compulsory to all uniform personnel of the SA National Defence Force and is presented at the Air Force Gymnasium Boston (AFB Hoedspruit), over a period of approximately 13 weeks.

The following subjects will, amongst others, be presented during the training period:

  • Drill
  • Military law
  • Military ceremonies
  • Buddy aid
  • Physical training and Soldiership
General Requirements
There is a general entry requirement for joining the air force as everyone must be fit to serve in a military environment. Each mustering in the SAAF, also known as occupational class in the public service and trade in the technical environment of civil aviation, has requirements for specific educational qualifications, additional personal attributes and a willingness to serve under the working conditions of that mustering.The minimum general entry requirements for the Military Skills Development Program (MSDS) are that you must be:

  • A South African Citizen and relinquish any other citizenship
  • Age between 18 and 22 at the time of joining (Not more than 26 for graduates)
  • Must be single when applying and remain single for the duration of training
  • Comply with medical fitness requirements for appointment in the SANDF
  • Currently in Grade 12 or completed Grade 12
  • Not be area bound
  • Must not have a criminal record
  • Comply with all the prescribed requirements for appointment in the SANDF
  • Must be willing to relocate and to participate in deployments both in South Africa and abroad if required to do so
  • Be recommended by a selection board.

Serving in the air force is far more than just having a job, it is a way of life.
Serving in the air force means more than just having a job. When not on duty, your behaviour has also to be beyond reproach as civil society looks up to you. You have to set an example at all times. Volunteers are required to pledge that they will uphold a strict Code of Conduct.

What you do constitutes a vocation when you serve in the air force. You invest most of your time in the air force and in a real sense you become identified with the air force. Your whole personality development is associated with what you do and how you do it.

Viewing your work as a vocation, of which the ultimate function is the preservation of a worthwhile way of life for all the inhabitants of South Africa, permits you to find meaningfulness and a sense of accomplishment.

Serving in the air force requires particular psychological and physical attributes and the intellectual potential for developing the unique compete- ncies required in the air force. Not everybody has these attributes and it is a selected few who will qualify for appointment in the air force.

Individuals who join the airforce are required to have certain basic attributes, while each mustering (or occupational class) include additional attribute requirements. For example, electricians must not be colour blind, as they have to identify wiring in circuits by colour codes. Exclusion from one mustering does not disqualify you from being considered for another.

The SAAF needs all-rounders who will he able to accept the responsibility of leadership. Leadership in the air force is split between officers and other ranks. The officer is required to make considered judgements and warrant officers and non-commissioned officers lead and motivate their subordinates. They form the backbone of the air force and support the officers.

As a junior NCO and junior officer you function at a level in the air force where you are responsible to do what is required of you.

At the same time you are required to develop as an officer or NCO, and you are given the opportunity to undertake new tasks in addition to your normal tasks for which you were trained.

Ability depends en yourself; you either have it or not, -and in both instances you can improve yourself if you are prepared to develop yourself and make full use of the learning opportunities provided. At an early stage in your career it is essential to gain experience in the work place, for this provides the credibility needed to earn respect in senior positions.

Experience is gained through optimum exposure to a variety of situations. It is not gained overnight. You develop more rapidly at an early age when you are still in a formative phase. Later it becomes more difficult to adapt to the military way of life

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SANBS Technician Traineeships for 2015

Sa Traineeships: SANBS Technician Traineeships for 2015

Job Purpose:

To perform routine testing functions in the blood bank including but not limited to, compatibility, postnatal and preliminary transfusion reaction investigations

Minimum Education:

Trainee Technician:

  • Grade 12 with Mathematics and one other Science subject and/or Laboratory/Assistant Learnership

Trainee Technologist:

  • Diploma in Biomedical Technology

Qualified Technician:

  • HPCSA Registered Medical Technician (Blood Transfusion)

Qualified Technologist:

  • HPCSA Registered Medical Technician (Blood Transfusion)

Minimum Experience:

Qualified Technician:

  • Experience as required for HPCSA registration as Medical Technologist (Blood Transfusion)

Qualified Technologist:

  • Experience as required for HPCSA registration as Medical Technologist (Blood Transfusion)

Minimum Skills/Knowledge:

As per Minimum Education and Experience

Ideal Education:

  • Computer Literacy in MS Word, Excel and Outlook

Key Performance Areas:

  • Achieve Operational Objectives and Targets within area
  • Accomplish Instrument and Laboratory Maintenance objectives in accordance with SOP specifications
  • Achieve Quality compliance in accordance with SOP specifications
  • Ensure general functions have been carried out within specified timeframes

Competencies:

Personal:

  • Ethical Behaviour
  • Personal Development
  • Flexibility/Adaptability
  • Excellence Orientation
  • Drive and Belief in the cause

Interpersonal:

  • Customer Service Orientation
  • Relationship Building
  • Communication
  • Engaging Diversity
  • Teamwork
  • Knowledge Sharing

Professional/Technical:

  • System Competence
  • Laboratory Skills
  • Blood Grouping Skills
  • Administrative Skills

Principles of Excellence:

  • Customer Service Orientation
  • Ethical Behaviour
  • Excellence Orientation
  • Engaging Diversity
  • Teamwork

Special Requirements:

Job Specific Requirements:

  • Overtime as and when required
  • Night shift and weekend duties as rostered
  • Occasional local and national travel

Person Specific Requirements:

  • General physical health and reasonable endurance and mobility
  • Detail conscious
  • Proficient eye-sight
  • Person cannot be colour blind

Equity Statement:

1. All applications will be considered with reference to SANBS’ Employment Equity Plan
2. Please consider your application unsuccessful should you not be contacted within three weeks after the closing date

Furthermore note that no advertisement may in any way make reference to /or exclude anybody based on race, gender etc.

Closing Date 6 January 2015

Free Nursing Training (Mediclinic)

Application Closing date

31 January 2015

Introduction

Programme Certificate: Enrolled Nurse

Advertising Reference Number: 20150601-3

Recruiter Felicity Jacobs

The programme objective is to provide learners with the appropriate knowledge and skills needed to perform fundamental nursing care at a level that will qualify them for South African Nursing Council (SANC) registration.

* Successful applicants will also undergo psychometric assessment, an interview and health assessment.

* You may have to travel to the nearest approved learning centre for theoretical instruction

* Formal programmes will commence according to Mediclinic hospital needs and vacancies and placement is not guaranteed.

* If you have completed your senior certificate/ Grade 12 in another country you need to provide us with a SAQA letter stating that your senior certificate/Grade 12 is equivalent.

* All instructions will be in English

* You should not currently be registered with the SA Nursing Council

* No incomplete applications will be processed.

* Refer to brochure for more information about the programme

Requirements

* RSA Citizen

* Grade 12 with admission to higher certificate or equivalent with an average of 50%

* Old senior certificate: D-aggregate (950 marks)

* Mathematical literacy on NQF Level 4 (min 50%) or mathematics at NQF Level 4 (min 40%)

* Physical Science or Life Science/Biology on NQF Level 4 (min 40%)

* English at NQF Level 4 (min 40%)

* Payment of a non-refundable application fee of R150

* Recognition of prior learning based on criterion-referenced assessment for learners with healthcare-related experience, if applicable

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Tsogo Sun Table Dealer Traineeships Durban

Internships and Traineerships Durban:Tsogo Sun Table Dealer Traineeships Durban

Location: Durban
Tsogo Sun welcomes job applications from passionate and hard-working team players who want to be part of our ever growing Tsogo Sun family. We value our employees and provide them with the means to grow within the company, opening many doors in the process. If this is an offer that excites you, send in your application and you could be the newest edition to our family.
Our successful TABLES LEARNERS
Must attend an 8-week training school
Will receive a daily transport allowance & meal during training school
Must be committed to learning and passing ALL assessments during training school in order to qualify as a Trainee Dealer
Must be prepared to commit to a 1-year contract after qualifying as a Trainee Dealer
Able to commence Training School on: 15th February 2015 Our successful Trainee Dealers will……..
Be trusted team players
present a professional and efficient image while on the gaming floor
Be required to work shifts
Requirements
Matric (NQF 4) Maths / Maths Literacy or Accountancy, passing any of the subjects with a minimum “D” symbol
Good Verbal and Written skills
No criminal record
No previous work experience is required
To Apply
Click Here to Apply Online
Your CV must include contactable references (with telephone numbers) & a CERTIFIED copy your Matric Certificate & ID.
All shortlisted candidates will be contacted and details of an entry level assessment will be provided
Should you not receive a response within 2 weeks of the closing date of the advertisement, please consider your application to be unsuccessful

Closing Date 5 January 2015

Free Driver Training Programme

The Driver Training Programme targets unemployed youth (18 to 35 years).
The training is provided free of charge and registered candidates will be responsible for payment of all fees requested from the Traffic Department with regard to booking of tests and issuing of licenses.
Please note that due to the popular demand of the progamme, there is a waiting list.
The following locations are participating in the Driver Training Programme:-
Port Elizabeth – Human Capital Solutions Office
Uitenhage – Eastcape Midlands College, Brickfield Road Campus
Grahamstown – Eastcape Midlands College
East London – Buffalo City College, St Mark’s Campus
Mthatha – Walter Sisulu University – Zamakulungisa Campus
Queenstown – Ikhala College
Mbizana – Ingwe FET College
King Williams Town – Lovedale FET College
Fully completed application forms together with copies of the relevant documentation are to be handed in at the site for processing.
This application does not provide automatic registration to the programme.
Applicants are contacted and registered as space becomes available on the programme.
If you are interested, we urge you to visit these training sites as this will give you a better understanding of what the programme has to offer. Alternatively you may download an application form from this site to hand in at the participating location.
Application Forms for:

SAPS Traineeships for 2015 All Provinces (Basic Police Development Learning Programme)

SAPS Traineeships for 2015 All Provinces (Basic Police Development Learning Programme)

The South African Police Service invites applications from all races and gender for enlistment in the Basic Police Development Learning Programme from young, energetic, intelligent, physically and mentally fit individuals, dedicated to serving their country by pursuing a career in policing.

Basic enlistment requirements:

Young South African men and women who apply to be appointed as a member in terms of the South African Police Service Act, 1995 (Act No 68 of 1995) must:
Apply on the form determined by the National Commissioner and affirm under oath or by way of a solemn declaration that the particulars furnished in the application, are the truth and correct;
Be a South African citizen of which documentary proof must be furnished;
Be at least 18 and under 30 years of age of which documentary proof must be furnished;
Be in possession of a Grade 12 school certificate or National Certificate (Vocational) Safety in Society of which documentary proof must be furnished (2014 matriculates are welcome to apply and before enlistment proof of successful completion of Grade 12 (Senior Certificate) must be submitted. As an interim arrangement kindly submit proof of last school report);
Preference will be given to applicants who are in possession of at least a light vehicle driver’s licence;
Submit himself or herself to a physical medical examination as determined by the National Commissioner and must be found to be physically and mentally fit for appointment to the post for which he or she applies;
Undergo a psychological assessment as determined by the National Commissioner and be found to comply with the profile of a police official;
Proficient in at least two of the official languages, of which one must be English;
Be prepared to take the oath of office;
Be prepared to undergo such training as determined by the National Commissioner;
Not have any tattoo marks which are visible when wearing a vest, shirt or short and not be irreconcilable with the objectives of the Service;
Have no previous criminal convictions and/or pending criminal, civil, disciplinary cases and such person shall allow his or her fingerprints to be taken and allow background enquiries to be made;
Not have been declared unfit to possess a firearm; and
Be prepared to serve anywhere in the Republic.
Body Mass Index of less than 30/ waist circumference ≤ 102cm (males) and ≤ 88cm (females).

All applicants will be subjected to fitness, psychometric and medical evaluation and will be interviewed during the recruitment, selection and enlistment process. The SAPS will also verify the criminal record, qualifications, driver’s licence, citizenship and residential address of each applicant.
Applicants will be subjected to a vetting process, which will include security screening and fingerprint verification.
Applicants who previously served in a Government Department and who were dismissed as a result of misconduct are excluded.
The SAPS will publish the names of applicants in the newspapers for public comment. Applicants will undergo a Final Selection Phase (“Grooming Phase”) at a venue and period as determined by the National Commissioner, to select the successful applicants. In view of the physical demands of the Basic Police Development Learning Programme, applicants with chronic diseases, physical impairments or any other health condition that may lead to interruption of the training programme will be excluded from participation in the programme. Such applicants’ failure to disclose the conditions will result in their withdrawal from the programme on the determination thereof. In accordance with the SAPS Dress Order, applicants who have visible tattoos when wearing uniform will be excluded.
Basic Police Development Learning Programme
Selected applicants shall participate in a Basic Police Development Learning Programme (hereafter referred to as “the PROGRAMME”) for a period of 24 (twenty-four) months.
The Programme shall consist of three phases:
Academy Phase: Ten months’ training at a designated SAPS Academy;
Field Police Development Phase: Twelve months’ training at a designated Field Police Development police station;
Integrated Assessment Phase: Two months’ assessment at a designated SAPS Academy.
During the Academy Phase of the Programme, the Service shall provide free training gear, meals and accommodation to the police trainee. During the Field Police Development Phase of the Programme, the police trainee will be responsible for his/her own meals and accommodation. Trainees will also receive medical aid benefits for the duration of the 24-month Basic Training Learning Programme.
Upon successful completion of the Basic Training Learning Programme, trainees will be considered for permanent appointment as members of the SAPS. Remuneration (on completion of the training period) will be on the first notch of Band A (currently R132 840 per annum). In addition to this, appointees will receive the applicable service benefits.
Core functions

Successful candidates will serve as functional police officials. As such, they will be deployed to carry out one or more of the following functions: prevent, combat and investigate crime, maintain public order, protect and secure the inhabitants of the Republic and their property and uphold and enforce the law.

How to apply

Complete an application form in your own handwriting. These application forms can be obtained from your nearest SAPS Recruitment Office or the Human Resource Official at local Police Stations.
Applicants must take note of the fact that application forms and employment are not for sale and any payment offered by an applicant or promises provided in this regard will be investigated and may lead to criminal prosecution. Applicants may report such incidents to the National Anti-corruption Line at telephone number: 0800 701 701.
Specify the post you are applying for. Make sure you have signed your application form in front of a commissioner of oath.

Attach certified copies of:
ID Document;
Driver’s licence;
Matric/Senior Certificate (Grade 12 Certificate or equivalent qualification);
Additional qualifications and academic records; and
Proof of residence

Applicants who were subjected to the psychometric assessment and fit the profile, will be requested, when undergoing the fitness assessment, to submit four (4) colour ID photographs, of which one will be utilised for the application form, one for the fitness assessment form, one for the interview form and one for the medical assessment form.
You are advised to apply for posts within your province, close to your place of residence. You are only allowed to apply for a maximum of three (3) posts.
Additional applications will be rejected. Correspondence will be conducted with successful candidates only. The South African Police Service is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. It is our intention to promote representivity through the filling of these posts. The South African Police Service is under no obligation to fill the advertised posts. If you have not received feedback from the
South African Police Service within 3 months of the closing date, please regard your application as unsuccessful.

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Eastern Cape
Free State
Gauteng
KwaZulu Natal
Limpopo
Mpumalanga
Northern Cape
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Western Cape

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Police Traineeships for 2015 Mpumalanga 598X Positions

Police Traineeships for 2015 Mpumalanga

POLICE TRAINEES: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE

The South African Police Service invites applications from all races and gender for Enlistment in the Basic Police Development Learning Programme from young, energetic, intelligent, physically and mentally fit individuals, dedicated to serving their country by pursuing a career in policing.
Basic enlistment requirements: Young South African men and women who apply to be appointed as a member in terms of the South African Police Service Act, 1995 (Act no 68 of 1995) must:
Apply on the form determined by the National Commissioner and affirm under oath or by way of a solemn declaration that the particulars furnished in the application, are the truth and correct;
Be a South African citizen of which documentary proof must be furnished;
Be at least eighteen (18) and under thirty (30) years of age of which documentary proof must be furnished;
Be in possession of a Grade 12 school certificate or National Certificate (Vocational) Safety in Society of which documentary proof must be furnished (2014 matriculates are welcome to apply and before enlistment proof of successful completion of Grade 12 (Senior Certificate) must be submitted. As an interim arrangement kindly submit proof of last school report);
Preference will be given to applicants who are in possession of at least a light vehicle driver’s licence;
Submit himself or herself to a physical medical examination as determined by the National Commissioner and must be found to be physically and mentally fit for appointment in the post for which he or she applies;
Undergo a psychological assessment as determined by the National Commissioner and be found to comply with the profile of a police official;
Proficient in at least two of the official languages, of which one must be English;
Be prepared to take the oath of office;
Be prepared to undergo such training as determined by the National Commissioner;
Not have any tattoo marks of which will be visible when wearing a vest, shirt or short and not be irreconcilable with the objectives of the Service;
Have no previous criminal convictions, and / or pending criminal, civil, disciplinary cases and such person shall allow his or her fingerprints to be taken and allow background enquiries to be made;
Not have been declared unfit to possess a firearm and
Be prepared to serve anywhere in the Republic.
Body Mass Index of less than 30 / Waist circumference ≤ 102 cm (males) and ≤ 88 cm (females)
All applicants will be subjected to a fitness, psychometric and medical evaluation and will be interviewed during the recruitment, selection and enlistment process. The SAPS will also verify the criminal record, qualifications, driver’s license, citizenship and residential address of each applicant.
Applicants will be subjected to a vetting process which will include security screening and fingerprint verification.
Applicants who previously served in a Government Department and who were dismissed as a result of misconduct are excluded.
The SAPS will also publish the names of applicants in the newspapers for public comments.
Applicants will undergo a Final Selection Phase (“Grooming Phase”) at a venue and period as determined by the National Commissioner, to select the successful applicants.
In view of the physical demands of the Basic Police Development Learning Programme, applicants with chronic diseases, physical impairments or any other health condition that may lead to interruption of the training programme, will be excluded from participation in the programme. Such applicants’ failure to disclose the conditions will result in their withdrawal from the programme on the determination thereof.
In accordance with the SAPS Dress Order, applicants who have visible tattoos when wearing uniform will be excluded.
Basic Police Development Learning Programme
Selected applicants shall participate in a Basic Police Development Learning Programme (hereafter referred to as the PROGRAMME) for a period of 24 (twenty four) months.
The PROGRAMME shall consist of three phases:
Academy Phase
Ten months training at a designated SAPS Academy;
Field Police Development Phase
Twelve months training at a designated Field Police Development police station;
Integrated Assessment Phase
Two months assessment at a designated SAPS Academy.
During the Academy Phase of the PROGRAMME the Service shall provide free training gear, meals and accommodation to the police trainee. During the Field Police Development Phase of the PROGRAMME the police trainee shall be responsible for his/her own meals and accommodation;
Trainees will also receive medical aid benefits for the duration of the 24-month Basic Training Learning Programme. Upon successful completion of the Basic Training Learning Programme trainees will be considered for permanent appointment as members of the SAPS. Remuneration (on completion of the training period) will be on the first notch of Band A (currently R132 840 per annum). In addition to this, appointees will receive the applicable service benefits.
Core Functions: Successful candidates will serve as functional police officials. As such, they will be deployed to carry out one or more of the following functions:
* Prevent, combat and investigate crime, * Maintain public order, * Protect and secure the inhabitants of the Republic and their property, * Uphold and enforce the law

598 Entry Level posts are available in the Basic Police Development Learning Programme.

How to apply:

Complete an Application Form in your own handwriting.
These application forms can be obtained from your nearest SAPS Recruitment office or the Human Resource Official at local Police Stations as well as the SAPS Website. See More on Application Process.
Applicants must take note of the fact that application forms and employment are not for sale
and any payment offered by an applicant or promises provided in this regard will be
investigated and may lead to criminal prosecution. Applicants may report such incidents to
the National Anti Corruption Line at telephone number: 0800 701 701.
Specify the post which you are applying for.
Make sure you have signed your application form in front of a commissioner of oath.
Attach certified copies of your: *ID Document, *Driver’s licence, *Matric/Senior Certificate (Grade 12 certificate or equivalent qualification), *Additional qualifications, *Proof of residence.
Applicants who were subjected to the psychometric assessment and fit the profile will be requested, when undergoing the fitness assessment, to submit four (4) colour ID photographs, of which one will be utilized for the application form, one for the fitness assessment form, one for the interview form and one for the medical assessment.
You are advised to apply for posts within your province, close to your place of residence. You are only allowed to apply for a maximum of three (3) posts. Additional applications will be rejected.
Application forms must be hand delivered to:
(a) Gert Sibande Region: The South African Police
Dimag Building
5 Naude Street
Office 11
ERMELO
Enquiries can be directed to Lt Col Msibi or Lt Nkgadima at 017 8192673
(b) Nkangala Region :The South African Police Service
OR Thambo /Louis Street
WITBANK
Enquiries can be directed to Lt Radebe at 013 6555247/ PO Ramphisa at
013 6555231 or Snr Secretary Nienaber at 013 6555238
(c) Ehlanzeni Region and Provincial Office :The Provincial Office
South African Police Service
Ehmke Street No 4
NELSPRUIT

Enquiries can be directed to Lt Col Mampa at 013-762 4898 or Lt Nkosi 013-762 4389/4810/4690/4811/4808/4809.
Closing date: 2014-12-22

Correspondence will be conducted with successful candidates only.
The South African Police Service is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. It is our intention to promote representivity through the filling of these posts. The South African Police Service is under no obligation to fill the advertised posts.

If you have not received feedback from the South African Police Service within 3 months of the closing date, please regard your application as unsuccessful.

Closing date: 22 December 2014

 

Nestlé: Sales & Marketing Graduate Trainee Programme 2015

Location: Johannesburg

In the Nestlé Graduate Development Programme (GDP), graduates are taken through a 24-month rotational development programme that provides an introduction to the working world of Nestlé, as well as a strong foundation for further development.

Minimum Requirements

An accredited B Comm majoring in Marketing or Economics
Must be Computer Literate (MS Office)
Over 65% academic average
Shows a drive to achieve ambitious performance objectives and quality standards
Willing to take every opportunity to learn and grow
South African Citizen or Permanent Residency in RSA
Valid Driver’s Licence
How To Apply

Apply for the Nestle Sales & Marketing Graduate Trainee Programme (attach an updated copy of your CV, ID and academic transcripts)

Should you not receive a response within 2 months from the date of your application please consider your application as unsuccessful.

Closing Date: 15 December 2014

 

Trainee Aircraft Artisan Opportunity at Transnet

Transnet NPA is looking for a Trainee Aircraft Artisan in Johannesburg.

The purpose of this opportunity is to give trainees practical on–the–job training and theoretical experience in the Marine Services environment of TNPA. Successful candidates will be required to undergo theoretical and experiential training at an approved aviation organisation on helicopter maintenance towards the attainment of an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer’s License (AMEL – rotorcraft).

Requirements:

  • Grade 12 /Matric certificate holders with Level 5 and above passes in Mathematics, Physical Science, & English language;
  • Applicants should not be older than the age of 30 years;
  • Be prepared to undergo full-time theoretical and in-service training over 4 years towards obtaining an AMEL;
  • Self-motivated and passionate about aviation;
  • Medically and physically fit, and be prepared to undergo medical examination.
  • Will be required to comply with South African Civil Aviation legislation and meet SAMSA safety requirements.

Knowledge

  • Aviation legislation
  • Theory of flight
  • Principles of aviation instrumentation
  • Flight & fluid mechanics
  • Aviation safety management systems
  • Aircraft operating publications & certification documentation
  • Helicopter structural design, components & component-systems aircraft electronics, mechanical , structural systems and equipment
  • Aircraft maintenance requirements
  • Aeronautical repair techniques and procedures
  • Aviation technical standard practices & safety rules.
  • Interpretation of technical data/diagrams.

Skills

  • Analytical & interpretive skills.
  • Good judgement & logical decision making
  • Problem diagnosis & solving
  • Precision
  • Meticulous
  • Cognitive capacity
  • Good hand-eye coordination
  • Good communication – written and verbal.
  • Computer literate

Attributes

  • Quality Driven
  • Responsible and Accountable
  • Ethical and Professional
  • Sense of urgency
  • Attention to detail
  • Service Orientated
  • Maintain confidentiality
  • People Orientated
  • Proactive
  • Able to meet deadlines and work under pressure
  • Results driven.

How to apply

Click here to apply

Closing Date: 30 November 2014

 

MEDICLINIC NURSING TRAINING PROGRAMME 2015

Requirements

  • RSA Citizen
  • Grade 12 with admission to higher certificate or equivalent with an average of 50%
  • Old senior certificate: D-aggregate (950 marks)
  • Mathematical literacy on NQF Level 4 (min 50%) or mathematics at NQF Level 4 (min 40%)
  • Physical Science or Life Science/Biology on NQF Level 4 (min 40%)
  • English at NQF Level 4 (min 40%)
  • Payment of a non-refundable application fee of R150
  • Recognition of prior learning based on criterion-referenced assessment for learners with healthcare-related experience, if applicable

Description

The programme objective is to provide learners with the appropriate knowledge and skills needed to perform fundamental nursing care at a level that will qualify them for South African Nursing Council (SANC) registration.

Additional Information
  • Successful applicants will also undergo psychometric assessment, an interview and health assessment.
  • You may have to travel to the nearest approved learning centre for theoretical instruction
  • Formal programmes will commence according to Mediclinic hospital needs and vacancies and placement is not guaranteed.
  • If you have completed your senior certificate/ Grade 12 in another country you need to provide us with a SAQA letter stating that your senior certificate/Grade 12 is equivalent.
  • All instructions will be in English
  • You should not currently be registered with the SA Nursing Council
  • No incomplete applications will be processed.
  • Refer to brochure for more information about the programme
How to Apply

 

Closing Date: 31 January 2015