Learnership Programme: Education | Western Cape Government

Learnership Programme: Education

Learnership in the public service: is a mode of delivering a learning programme that combines work-based experience with structured learning leading to a qualification.
Entry requirements:
  • Grade 12 (matriculant) and junior qualification/certificate (recognition of prior learning will be applied).
  • Completed and passed Grade 12.
  • Unemployed.
  • Needs workplace and/or occupation-related experience to better chances of future employment.
  • A designated mentor may support learners.

Stipend/Monthly allowance:

The minimum allowance/stipend payable per learner willl be determined by:

  • Determining the National Qualification Framework (NQF) exits level.
  • Taking into account the number of credits attained by the learner.
These are the criteria for applicants:
  • Must be between 18 and 35 years old.
  • Live in the Western Cape (limited number of cases for persons from other provinces may be considered).
  • Unemployed graduate, current student or unemployed post-grade 12.

How to apply:

  • Respond to an advertisement placed by the Department in newspapers.
  • Higher Education Institutions must forward a list of names to the Department and a well structured programme.

You will need:

  • Certified copies of identity documents (ID).
  • Qualifications.
  • An application form (Z83).
  • Covering Letter stating the areas where exposure is needed.

For more information please contact:
Alfred Shasha
Department of Education, Western Cape
Directorate: Internal Human Capital Development
Tel: 021 467 2550
Fax: 021 467 2562
E-mail: Amshasha@pgwc.gov.za

Provided by:
Government Body: (Western Cape Government)
The content on this page was last updated on 12 August 2013