De Beer Learnerships 2022 – 2023
De Beer Learnerships 2022 – 2023 | Mining Learnership Opportunity At De Beer
De Beer Learnerships 2022 – 2023 | See Details on De Beer Learnerships 2022 – 2023 Below;
If you reside in the JTG District we have a great opportunity for you to join our extraordinary team at Sishen Mine and discover all about surface mining and mobile equipment in a six-month Mining Learnership enrichment programme.
You are required to be fit to participate in the programme.
Our six-month Mining Learnership Programme is an enrichment programme for the community on Trackless Mobile Machinery (TMM) and will enable you to develop skills with classroom and on-the-job training in surface mining.
This program will enable you to maximise your potential along with a tailored plan to provide you with a future to make a difference.
As you progress through your mining learnership programme, we will help you discover your real capability and develop your skills as a future Drilling or Blasting Assistant and/or various Trackless Mobile Equipment.
You must have:
- You must have successfully obtained a Grade 12 or Technical N3 with Mathematics Literacy or Mathematics.
- Physical Science will be advantageous.
- A valid South African Driver’s License.
- Successfully pass a VTA (Vienna Testing System) / (DOVER) and obtain a Certificate of Fitness (medical assessment) before the mining learnership will commence.
A stipend/allowance per month, for the duration of the programme
Free training and experiential learning
MQA Certificate after competency declaration to add to skills
Personal Protective Equipment
HOW TO APPLY
- To apply for this role, please complete our online application form. You will have the opportunity to upload your CV and other relevant documentation as part of this process.If you do not hear from the Company within 21 days after the application deadline, please consider your application to be unsuccessful.
Preference will be given to applications from the designated group defined in terms of Employment Equity.
The Learnership programme DOES NOT provide accommodation.
De Beer Learnerships Application Details
Interested applicants can apply for the De Beer Learnership 2022 provided they qualify and meet the program requirements.
De Beers has been in operation since the late 1800s, is owned by the Oppenheimer family and is a business unit of Anglo American. The De Beers company is well known for diamond mining across its various mine locations in South Africa, Namibia, Botswana and Canada.
ABOUT THE LEARNERSHIP
De Beers believes in providing opportunities for the youth and helping to skill students to fill the scarce skills gap in South Africa. Students who take part in the learnership programme will be equipped with invaluable skills with which to enter the workforce, by working alongside field specialists.
De Beers provide learnership opportunities within the Mining sector, generally in the following fields:
- Mineral Processing
- Supply Chain
- Human Resources
- Project Planning
- Information Management
Candidates interested in applying for this learnership position should ensure that they meet the following criteria – failure to meet ALL of these requirements will result in your application being denied.
- South African citizen
- Completed Matric
- Passed Mathematics and Science in Matric OR have completed an N2/ N3 qualification
- Not currently employed
- Not studying (or planning to study) during the course of the learnership programme
- Good command of the English language (able to read, write and speak English)
- Good communication skills
- Able to think logically
- Able to work independently as well as in a team
- In good medical condition (a medical examination may be conducted)
- Clear criminal record (a security clearance check will be conducted)
- Drivers licence (preferable but not essential)
- Female applicants will be given preference
HOW TO APPLY
Apply online at: http://www.debeersgroup.com/en/careers/current-vacancies/current-vacancies.html
You may be required to submit copies of the following documents:
- South African Identity document (certified copy)
- Matric certificate (certified copy)
- N2/ N3 qualification certificate, if applicable (certified copy)
- Drivers licence, if applicable (certified copy)
- Curriculum Vitae
Learnership applications are usually open from mid-year and close towards the end of the year.
Shortlisted candidates will be contacted by De Beers and invited to attend an interview. If you have not received feedback within 4 weeks, please regard your application as unsuccessful.
DE BEERS CONSOLIDATED MINES
Tel: 011 374 7000
Overview of Learnership Programmes in South Africa 2022
What is a Learnership?
A Learnership is a work-based learning programme. This means that classroom studies at a college or training centre are combined with practical on-the-job experience. We learn much better when we can practice what we have been taught in the classroom in a workplace environment.
By physically performing tasks that are learned in the classroom at the workplace, we can see what we have learned and what we did not understand. This allows us to ask the trainer to explain that part of the lesson again until we fully understand it.
Learnerships form part of a nationally recognized qualification that is directly linked to an occupation. This means that what you learn on leadership is not just for the particular job that you can get once you have finished the leadership; it also forms part of a higher qualification that you can study further through other Learnership or short courses.
Each leader has a specific level of qualification. An artisan like a bricklayer or a beautician, for instance, is a Level 4 Qualification. This means that if you want to become an artisan you will have to complete 4 four separate leadership (levels 1, 2, 3 & 4). There is no set time frame in which you have to do these, as each level qualification remains in the system and will count towards the full qualification.
Who Benefits From Learnerships?
In short, everybody!
- ?You get access to free learning and better job opportunities
- ?Can earn while you learn
- ?Learnerships can help you to get into the workplace and/or get a formal qualification
- Gets skilled, experienced workers who will need less supervision
- Gets improved productivity
- Can identify and solve gaps in skills and training
- Educates and empowers employees, creating a happy workforce
- Gets access to far more skilled and professional workers
- Can develop employees to world-class standards
- Becomes more competitive in the international market
How Do Learnerships Work?
In the past, the education given in schools and other education facilities did not really have much in common with the working world. This meant that people entered the workplace with all of the knowledge but none of the practical experience on how to do the job.
Learnerships teach both the? why? and how to? by creating a contract between the learner, the learning provider, and the organization or business. All learnership contracts must be registered with the Sector Education Training Authority (SETA) for that specific industry, which guarantees that the learnership programme is of a high standard.
If accepted into a learnership you will have to sign two legal contracts; a Learnership Agreement and an Employment Contract. The Learnership Agreement tells you exactly what responsibilities you, the training provider and the employer have. The Employment Contract is only for the period of the learnership. Learnerships last between 12 -24 months.
If you are unemployed, you will receive an allowance while you are on a learnership which is meant to cover costs like travel and food. If you are already employed you will only receive your normal salary.
During the learnership, you will spend a certain period of time in a classroom, either at the company or organization or at other premises, and the rest of the time actually working and learning on the job at the company. It is important that you take advantage of the opportunity offered to you to develop your skills, gain experience and grow your potential.
You will be expected to do certain written and practical tasks while on the learnership as part of your studies. Learnerships are outcomes-based, which means that you will be assessed (tested) on what you have learned through the various stages of the learnership, not only at the end of it.
You will get an official certificate that will state the qualification, and indicate the area in which you have developed skills during the learnership if you are considered to be competent at the end of it. This qualification is nationally recognized.
Completing a learnership is not a guarantee of employment, but many learners do get employed by companies or organizations where they did their learnerships. Even if that company does not employ you, you stand a much better chance of getting employed with a learnership qualification than without one.
Who Qualifies for a Learnership?
Learnerships are designed for all levels and as such are open to anyone between the ages of 16 and 60. This includes the unemployed and the employed, the able-bodied and the disabled.
How Does One Get Access to a Learnership?
Decide in which line you want to study and either speak to your employer or contact your nearest Labour Centre or Provincial Office of the Department of Labour to find out whether there are any learnerships that you can apply for.
Some learnerships have certain conditions, such as only accepting learners who have a Grade 12, speak more than 1 language, or have computer skills, for instance. Other learnerships do not have any requirements.
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Learnerships A-Z 2022 -2023
Listed below are different sectors of the Government in South Africa that are offering Learnerships. These government Learnerships are very popular among the SA public. We are working on extending the list as there are many departments offering Learnerships.