Thursday, May 13, 2021

Sites listing learnership, internship, scholarship and apprenticeship opportunities in different fields. Find your workplace training and development opportunity.

Finding reliable information can be a challenge when you have limited access to the internet and are so desperate that you’ll try ANYTHING.

Here’s a list of 21 sites

Hunt for opportunity to change your life. 

There are lots of articles on this site about how to write cover letters and present yourself correctly – IF YOU WRITE UNPROFESSIONALLY – YOU LOOK UNPROFESSIONAL. 

There must be NO spelling mistakes in your cover letter and CV.

Sms style is unprofessional, save it for your friends! Put your best foot forward and ask people to check your writing.

In business – your bad communication can cost the company money. Prove you can handle the responsibility!

Are you ready?

You’re ready if you know you’re not looking for an easy way out but are willing to make sacrifices for your progress. If you feel like you’re missing out on fun, still need to party more, get laid, treat every day like it’s Saturday – then you’re not going to fool anyone with a genuine opportunity offer.

21 Sites BUT Opportunities are Limited

You need to clean up your act!

You’ll compete against hundreds, possibly thousands of people who are hungry for progress and will sacrifice anything for a shot at proving themselves. So you need to ask yourself – what do you have to offer?

Anyone offering you an opportunity has expectations about getting something back from you.

For some Learnership providers all they want is that you submit your work on time and successfully complete the training while doing a job for them. It sounds simple, but its a lot of hard work. You have to do a job and study at the same time – NOT EASY!

Learnerships are not your easy way out

I’m going to put it simply:

Learnerships are an opportunity for you to get a recognised qualification, gain work experience and make long lasting professional contacts – If you play your cards right.

Learnerships are hard work but if you make it through – you will have many reasons to be proud of yourself.

  1. You will gain a national industry recognised qualification  developed against international and local standards.
  2. You will be mentored and coached by professionals in the industry who would be willing to write references for you if you impress them.
  3. You will have job experience to add to your CV.
  4. Once you complete one qualification, you qualify to complete the qualification at the next level.

Learn and Earn

Learnerships are for the new generation who don’t have time to study and then find a career. They want it at once – Learn and Earn –  and possibly see themselves going to university later – when their job pays for it.

21 Learnership, Internship, Scholarship and Job Links

Some of these sites target specific sectors such as government or health, others list opportunities in many sectors including construction, finance, photography, Television and IT. Take your time and work through the links, I’ve checked them out myself. Let me know if any of the links are useless and I’ll try to replace them with something better. <<feel the love>>

  1. Jobs, Learnerships, Scholarships, Internships
  2. Learnerships and Opportunities for those with Degrees and Certificates
  3. Government and opportunities for youth
  4. SARS Learnerships 
  5. Nursing, Emergency and Pharmacy Related Learnerships and Training 
  6. Kheth’Impilo specialises in health and community systems and services strengthening in marginalised communities. Contact them about their learnershersips.
  7. South African Nursing Council (SANC) 012 420 1060 www.sanc.co.za
  8. South African Pharmacy Council 012 312 3992 www.pharmcouncil.co.za
  9. South African Council for Social Services Professions 012 356 9940 www.sacssp.co.za
  10. Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) 012 338 9352 www.hpcsa.co.za
  11. The Careers Portal promotes a number of learnership opportunities. You can subscribe for free and receive updates. It’s a site worth checking out.
  12. If you want to do a financial learnership, try Standard Bank
  13. Learnerships in a range of sectors.
  14. Check out the Learnership Group on the Skills Universe website.
  15. The Youth Village
  16. Get Jobs,  Internships, Bursaries, Learnerships: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jobs-learnerships-in-SA/361116527287922
  17. If you get into Rocha, you stand a chance at working internationally:  http://careers.roche.com/southafrica/
  18. The National Careers Development Services initiated a website called Ketha: http://www.careerhelp.org.za/
  19. Phlebotomy Technician Learnership. The PathCare Academy offers this programme for the training of Phlebotomy Technicians (Further Education and Training Certificate: Phlebotomy Techniques, NQF level 4). The two year course has been successfully offered by the Academy since its inception when we engaged South Africa’s first Phlebotomy Technician Learners make up the qualification.
  20. Wholesale and Retail Learnerships 
  21. Services SETA for a broad range of Learnerships in the Service Sectors

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14 Comments

Onneile Edna August 12, 2015 at 10:28 pm

I ll be glad when my application succes

Boitumelo October 24, 2015 at 4:40 pm

Your site is very helpful to us… Thank you so much

    Leonie Hall October 29, 2015 at 12:56 pm

    Thank you so much for being inspiring Boitumelo!

Siphesihle November 27, 2015 at 2:05 pm

How to apply 4 learnership?

Portia Saul December 14, 2015 at 11:54 am

I wish I could get a bursary. need to complete my studies.

Ipeleng April 26, 2016 at 12:15 pm

I need financial help to complete my studies,i have passed my matric nd done ancially health care course.

kgaogelo Maurice Ramarobele Lekala August 4, 2016 at 8:44 am

Hi l have mechanical engineering N1 to N5(motor trade) & N2 diesel trade now I just want to know how can I get trained as a qualified artisan thank you

FONGOQO NOKUBONGA July 29, 2017 at 9:58 pm

Your comment goes here.I have Human resources Management N4 , N5 and N6 now I want to know how can I get trained

    Leonie Hall August 2, 2017 at 1:49 pm

    Hi Fongoqo!
    Apply for the courses that interest you.
    Do some research, contact organisations who offer the programmes and apply.
    Good luck
    leonie

    Bukelwa Ramagaga December 17, 2019 at 10:33 pm

    Hi,
    I have arquired a BA degree in Human Science which I obtained in 2017. I also have obtained a certificate in Christian Counselling in 2014. I am currently doing voluntary work as a Lay Counsellor for youth and families at a local healing and counseling centre. I am desperately looking for a permanent job or rather internship with stipend, please advice.
    Bukelwa

Hendrick September 13, 2017 at 6:02 pm

I’m looking forward to study further guys how can I get a learnership #lo

Paulina Mkhwebane March 22, 2019 at 7:47 pm

Hi
Please assist with busary i would like to study pharmacy assistance course with Sefako Makgatho University please any help

Wise April 3, 2019 at 8:39 am

Hi
Am looking forward to study further , how can I apply inter guys

Nolufefe Ndlozana November 5, 2019 at 12:56 pm

Hi I am Nolufefe Ndlozana,I am looking company that will host me as a student. I currently obtained N6 electrical engineering. I am in a need of in-service training in order to complete my national diploma.

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