About Bosch Learnerships

A Learnership is a work-based learning program that leads to a nationally recognized qualification that is directly related to an occupation. Learnerships combine a structured learning component with practical work experience that is acquired while being employed in a company, Learners in learnerships have to attend classes at a college or training centre to complete the classroom-based learning, and they also have to complete on-the-job training in a workplace. In this instance RBSA Learners are attending classes at RBSA in the Training Room.

Robert Bosch (Pty) LTD appointed College of Production Technology as a Training provider for Production Technology Learnership.

The appointed Learners will earn a Production related qualification equivalent to NQF L2 after a Twelve Months period. The number of credits gives an indication of the duration of the programme. Production Technology Learnership has 120 credits, and if the Learners successfully complete this learnership they will be awarded 120 credits on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF), a recognized certificate by the department of education and training. Learnerships details

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MQA Learnerships

MQA Internship InformationThe successful intern will be offered a monthly stipend for a period of 12 months. The internship will cover but may not be limited to the following areas:
  • Providing technical support on Learning Programmes administration
  • Assist with the registration/general administration of non-artisan learnerships, ABET, FLC, Mine Environmental Control and skills programmes including the OHS Skills Programme
  • Providing a customer service to internal and external stakeholders in accordance with MQA customer service standards
  • Providing administrative support service to the Learning Programmes Unit
  • Performing any other tasks delegated by the Senior Learning ProgrammesAdministrator, Learning Programmes Specialist or Learning Programmes Manager
  • Gaining exposure to other MQA units’ scope of work/performance areas
  • The candidates to be considered must possess:
    • A relevant degree or diploma in Human Resource Management/Development or Business Management/Administration
    • Sound knowledge and application of Microsoft Office packages
    • Good communication and sound interpersonal skills
    • An understanding of legislation and developments in respect of education and training
    • The ability to work under pressure
    • The ability to demonstrate a proactive attitude
    • Knowledge of the mining and minerals sector will be an advantage
    Please forward your application letter and CV (no certificates) for the attention of: The Human Resources Unit, Private Bag x 118, Marshalltown, 2107.
    Applicants who have not been notified within 1 month after the closing date of the advertisement must accept that their applications were not successful.
    The MQA is an equal opportunity employer and preference will be given to affirmative action candidates and people with disabilities. The MQA reserves the right not to make an appointment.
    Private Bag X118

    4th Floor Union Corporation Building

Edcon Learnerships

Is a theoretical and practical programme that offers ambitious graduates the opportunity to join our world class merchandise environment. It will provide you with a platform to learn from top professionals in the industry and will equip you with the relevant tools to grow and develop your career in the Merchandising environment.

Outline of the Programme
The programme consists of 3 phases, with an assessment exam after each phase. You will need to achieve 80% in order to progress further in the programme
The programme will provide you with a combination of on-the-job practical experience coupled with theoretical training and coaching
The Trainee Buying and Planning Programme is a `fixed term contract programme. Candidates that are successful after the programme will be afforded the opportunity to apply for various positions within the Merchandise area
The programme will commence in January 2014

Selection Criteria

Students who are currently completing their final year of undergraduate or postgraduate degrees in the following faculties
Commerce (Economics, Business Economics, Accounting, Finance, Business Management, Supply Chain Management, Marketing, Retail Management, Procurement, Statistics)
An accredited National Diploma or completing their final year in a National Diploma in Fashion Design; Textile and Garment Construction, Clothing
Graduates with limited or no working experience
Graduates who are high performers and achieved in all avenues throughout their lives, have superb learning ability and are dedicated and ambitious about developing their careers in the retail environment

Application Process for the MDP

Online Applications for the MDP open between 15 May 2013 and 1 September 2013
A detailed CV is required, with relevant attachments consisting of qualification results and certificates
You will be asked to complete three questions which will need to be submitted together with your CV
Our recruitment process consists of Interviews and Psychometric Assessments
Final interviews will take place during the month of September 2013
Those applicants that are successful will be notified in October . Apply


Participate in a one year learnership in the banking and finance sector. BANKSETA is offering learnerships for Matrics and Graduates.


A valid certified copy of a Grade 12 Certificate with a minimum pass of 60% in English AND a minimum pass of 50% in Accounting or a minimum of 50% Mathematics OR a minimum of 60% in Maths Literacy.

Provide a positive recommendation or official testimonial from a previous school, learning institution, or religious institution

Present a professional image

Currently unemployed

Clear credit (ITC) and no criminal record

Currently not participating in a learnership

Under the age of 30 as at 1 February 2014

Not involved in any other studies from 1 Jan 2014 to 31 Dec 2014

Persons with a disability must provide a medical certificate confirming the nature of the disability

Only South African Citizens in possession of a valid SA ID will be considered

Effective communication in written and verbal English.

A monthly allowance of R3 500 will be paid to the successful applicants. There are no costs to you in applying for this learnership.

How to Apply

Visiting, choose a learnership relevant to you. Choose a region and click on 'Download Application'


E-mail and requesting a form.

All application must be in before 31 August 2013.

Interviews will be conducted from August to October 2013.

The BANKSETA welcomes applications by learners with disabilities. The applicant must be able to attend formal ACADEMIC training and will be responsible for their own transport costs.


The Java Learnership programme is targeted specifically at creating a pipeline for Java Developers. It is a 12 month programme broken down into 6 months of theoretical training (college-based) followed by another 6 months of practical training (workplace-based).

Candidates are given an opportunity to work towards a formal qualification in Java Development as well as apply the necessary practical aspects of their learnings. This means that at the end of the 12 month programme, learners will receive a National Certificate in Information Technology Systems Development (NQF 5).
Programme participants will receive an allowance instead of a salary. Learners receive an allowance of R4 500 per month for the first 6 months of the learnership (the academic component) and R5 000 per month for the remaining 6 months of the programme (the practical component).

• Be between the ages of 18-30
• Be able to speak, read and write English
• Have completed Matric and passed Mathematics or Computer Science on HG (with minimum pass of 60%) or have completed a Post Matric 3 Year IT Qualification
• Be computer literate
• Not be permanently employed
• Not be studying at any other institution
• Not be registered on any other learnership

The Recruitment Process:
• Closing date for applications is 26 July 2013
• Candidates will be required to complete relevant assessments

The following checks will be conducted:
Register for Employees Dismissed (RED) checks
Credit and criminal record checks
Reference checks with previous employers
Verification of educational qualifications; and
Proof of South African citizenship/South African residency/work permit.

Please note that if contact is not made with the applicant by end-August 2013, consider the application as unsuccessful.

How to apply
Apply Online


Salary Scale: R79 200 pa (No Benefits Attached to This Post)

Minimum Requirements
Diploma/degree in information Technology or equivalent NQF level 5 (A+, N+ Security+ Sever+Linux)

Competence/Skills Required
Excellent computer skills.
Effective Communication skills.
Excellent Interpersonal and facilitation skills.
Maintain and resolve all computer equipment’s faults.
Provide assistance to users of all computers in use.
Report equipment requiring repairs.
Update ICT help desk system.
Roll-out new applications.
Configure and install new ICT equipment’s.
Maintain a database of all ICT assets.
Handle ITC enquiries.
Render support services to other functions in the department.

Key Performance Areas

The intern will sign an internship agreement which is in addition to the employment contract. The effect of the agreement is to ensure commitment to the programme which require, amongst other, full participation in the education and workplace assignment’s and observance of policies and procedures.

How to Apply

Apply Online

NOTE: No benefits attached to this post, for official application forms and further information on this post, please visit


National insurer seeks school leavers to participate in its 2013 Learnership Program.
If you are a dynamic and motivated individual that has matriculated in 2011 or 2012, this could be your opportunity to learn and gain experience in the Financial Services industry.
During this 12 month programme, you will receive formal training and practical experience in the Short-term insurance industry. On successful completion of the Learnership, you will receive an NQF Level 4 insurance qualification.


  • Matric with:
  • C symbol or level 5 achievement in English
  • 2nd Language
  • Mathematics
  • Business Economics or Bookkeeping or Accounting


  • Computer literacy
  • Good time management skills
  • Good communication skills

Preference will be given in line with our Employment Equity requirements

To Apply
Please ensure that you meet all the criteria