In 2016 MICT SETA had 350 bursaries and 3000 Learnerships allocated for Advertising, Information Technology, Telecommunications and Media
WANT TO BE A LEARNER?
Check out this list of currently registered learnerships. There is a pipeline of new qualifications being developed so there’s a lot of stuff to keep up to date with!
Here are lists of new occupation certificates registered at the following levels:
NQF. Level 1 and 2 for those with little or no high school and limited if any work experience
NQF Level 3 qualifications for those with some high school and little or no work experience.
NQF Level 4 qualifications for Matriculants or experienced workers.
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- Try Jabu’s contact details below and request further information.
- Watch how you present yourself, it’s important to be seen as a professional and someone who is serious about pursuing the opportunity. Write correctly, take pride in what you do and always try to be the best person you can possibly be.
IF YOU’RE A TRAINING PROVIDER
If you are accredited to deliver training on the listed apprenticeships, learnerships, ensure that you have positioned yourself in the market so that you are accessible to unemployed applicants for 18.2 programs. You must also have sufficient access to practical on-the-job training opportunities. It’s unacceptable that learners are often placed on occupational programs where training providers cannot deliver on the most important part of the qualification requirement – practical experience.
Here are the MICT SETA Allocations
|LEARNING PROGRAMMES||NO OF LEARNERS||PRIORITY FIELDS OF STUDY||NQF LEVEL|
|Bursaries||350||Advertising Information Technology Telecommunication Media||5 to 9|
|Learnerships||3000||Advertising Information Technology Telecommunication Media||3 to 6|
|Jabu Sibeko||112 072 602|