Not all Learnerships are good

Youth are easy to exploit
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From looking for learnerships to applying, career information to learner rights – you’ll find EVERYTHING here! Cover letter templates, interview tricks and tons of practical tips.

50 content links on this page lead you to advice and information to help reach your dreams.

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From Do’s and Don’ts to Deceptive Tricks

Learnerships are regulated training interventions. Not just anyone can offer them. Learnerships define job training programmes where:

  • candidates participate for free
  • unemployed candidates are employed during the programme
  • unemployed candidates receive payments (stipends). The Department of Labour sets minimum rates to protect learners. Many companies pay more than the unfair minimums. The minimum amounts are equal to slave labour and remain unfair to candidates well-being.   
  • training is delivered by a SETA accredited training provider 
  • training is aligned to a recognised SAQA qualification resulting in a certificate of competency

Learnerships are Monitored by SETAs

CLICK HERE FOR: “What a SETA does”

Questions about your career qualification options?

Government and SETAs Offer Career Counselling

Explore 50 posts making up this Learnership Youth book on a page! 

Comments (12)

  1. Dear sir/Madam

    i here by show my interest in the keepclimbingthenqf leanership and would like to be considered for the leanership,i’m always available should you like me to complite anything.
    your faith fully
    Trinity Nkuna

  2. I’m finished school 2017 with diploma , i’m looking for learnership around durban

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