Learnerships in Agriculture
Elsenburg Agricultural Training Institute
Learnerships are learning programmes that lead to an occupational qualification. This includes classroom-based learning at the Institute and on the job training at our research farms.
Learnerships are based on legally binding agreements between an employer, a learner and training provider. This agreement is intended to spell out the tasks and duties of the employer, the learner and the training provider. It is designed to ensure the quality of the training and to protect the interests of each party. To participate in a learnership, an employer must be willing to provide the required work experience.
Who Can Apply for a Learnership?
How Much Will It Cost?
How Long Does it Take?
What Will I Get at the End of the Learnership?
Will I Get a Job after Completing the Learnership?
National Certificate: Plant Production (NQF 1)
NQF 1 Entrance Requirements:
National Certificate: Plant Production (NQF 4)
NQF 4 Entrance Requirements:
National Certificate: Animal Production (NQF Level 1)
NQF 1 (Animal Production) Entrance Requirements:
National Certificate in Farming (Junior Farm Management) (NQF Level 4)
NQF 4 (Junior Farm Manager) Entrance requirements:
Download the application form (pdf).
|Government Body:||(Western Cape Government)|