Department of Social Develpment: Learnerships 2017 in North West
North West Department is Inviting applicants to apply for the learnerships programmes for the academic year 2016/2017 which exist within the department of Social Development. This is a 12 months long learnership programme. Successful candidates will receive a learners allowance of R2 119.24 per month during their placement as stipulated in terms of the DPSA’s guide on Intern and Learnership Programmes. Applicants are advised to apply only to their area of residence.
Learnership Application deadline is 19 August 2016
Learnership Provider: Department of Social Development
Learnership Location: North West
- Home Care Practice: Palliative and Frail Care NQF Level 2
- Home Care Practice: Care and Disability NQF Level 2
- Project Support NQF Level 4
Details of the Learnership Programme are as follows:
|Home care Practice: Palliative Level 2 (From Grade 10 to 11 for Level 2)SD / 10 / 16 / E
|Home Care Practice (From Grade 12 for Level 4)SD / 11 / 16 / E
|Project Support Service NQF Level 4 (From Grade 10 to 11 for Level 2)SD / 12 / 16 / E
- Unemployed South Africans
- Aged between 18 to 35 years of age
- Have never participated in any learnership programme
- Resident of the North West Province
- Working with people with disability and older persons would be an advantage
- From Grade 10 to 11 for Level 2
How to Apply
Applications must be submitted on Form 783, obtainable from all Public Service Departments and must be accompanied by a recently updated comprehensive CW, originally certified copies of qualifications and Identity Document. Application forms should be signed and dated. Failure to submit the requested documents will result in your application not being considered. Candidates must indicate their preferred directorate district in the space provided on the application form.
Please ensure that, if you are applying for more than one internship, a separate application for each is submitted. Should you be in possession of a foreign qualification, they must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from Qualifications Authority (SAQA). Please take note that all qualifications are subjected to verification. Applications received after the closing date will not be considered. Faxed and e-mailed applications will also not be considered. The Department reserves the right not to place any learnership and correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. The Department of Social Development is committed to the achievement of diversity and employment equity, People with disabilities are encouraged to apply and they will be given preference.
NB: Successful applicants will be expected to enter into a 12-month contract with the Department of social Development. It will be expected of candidates to be available for interviews on a date, time and place as determined by the Department: otherwise unavailability of candidates will disqualify them from the process.
Application forms must stipulate or quote the relevant reference number.
District applications can be forwarded to :
|Dr. Kenneth KaundaJade Square Building, corner Margarita Prinslow and ort Tambo, Klerksdorp 3570
Ms. Bekker, Tel, (081) 462 5037
|Ngaka Modiri Molemo
Amos House Building, corner Martin street and Nelson Mandela Drive, Mahikeng 2735Ms Mogorosi, Tel, 018 388 2234
12 kewelo Male Business Park. Rustenburg 0300Ms N. Modise, Tel, 014 592 9075
|Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati
Mini Garona Government complex Building, corner Noord und Moolo Street Vrburg 8600Ms Y. Sethibe, Tel, 053 928 0116
Should you not be contacted within 4 months after the closing date, please consider your application as unsuccessful.
Telephonic enquiries should be directed to Ms P. Matheat (018) 388-2867/Mr T Mokhasi 018 388 3747.
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