Would you like a career with the military? Apply for the Military Skills Development Programme which is open once a year for differnet arms of the military.
This includes the Army, Air Force, Navy and Military Health.
The Military Skills Development System (MSDS) is a two-year voluntary service system which is aimed at affording young people skills, which could assist in their quest for employment in the job market.
Internships are a great way to get work experience and it looks really good on your CV.
There are a number of Seta internships available Transport Seta called Teta. These are 18 month internships that are available in a range of different positions and will give you the skills and experience you need to suceeed.
There are also other internship programmes available now including SANPARKS, Equal Education, WeThinkCode, SRK Consulting, Department of Community Safety and the Gauteng Premiers' Office - and others.
Terminology related to education in South Africa can often be very confusing, particularly when learners and prospective students need to consider the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) and talk of accreditation and registration.
Trusted Interns is a platform for first-time job-seekers and early-career professionals to explore opportunities and get discovered by employers.
When you sign up, you’ll be prompted to fill out some information about yourself, your education and your past work experience (this shouldn’t take longer than a few minutes). Once complete, you’ll gain access to a jobs board for internships and grad programmes that you can apply for directly.
Employers can also invite you to apply to their positions as they have access to job seekers profiles.
The employment equity and work opportunity targets for people with disabilities should increase to at least seven per cent by 2030 according to the Department of Social Development’s White Paper on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Learnerships have many advantages over other ways of getting a qualification. You can apply for learnerships at any time of the year as they don't always start at the beginning of the year.
Another advantage of a learnership is that you don't have to pay for the tuition. The company that employs you pays for the training and you will also be paid while you are learning. There is a stipend that all learners will be paid when they are on the learnership.
Learnerships have been promoted as the primary tool to address the countrys skills shortage and to assist young people acquire skills that will secure them employment. But with the Minister of Labour highlighting incidences of abuse of learners, how do we maintain trust in this new form of training and ensure high standards of learning?