A small business based in Alberton has asked to find them an admin assistant to join them in early January.
You will be working from 7am to 1pm (Mon to Friday)
Salary: R5000 per month.
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• Matric certificate
• Computer literate
• Punctual and good time management skills
To apply, please send a copy of your CV and any relevant Certificates to us at 1fourall recruitment.
We do not charge candidates any fees.
All calls will be answered between 11am and 1pm (Mon to Friday)
No telephonic applications will be considered.
Fax number:086 662 8874 (Mark it attention Peter)
Telephone number:061 403 4436


How to Become a Teacher

If you’re thinking about becoming a teacher, there are a couple of things you’ll need to know:

What age group/s do you want to teach?
What subjects do you want to teach?
Age Group
Before you go any further, stop and think about what age group you want to teach. Do you want to be dealing with sticky toddlers or hormonal teenagers?

Age groups are clustered into phases as follows:

Foundation Phase (5 to 9 years old): Grades R – 3
Intermediate Phase (10 to 12 years old): Grades 4 – 6
Senior Phase (13 to 15 years old): Grades 7 – 9
Further Education and Training (FET) Phase (16 to 18 years old): Grades 10 – 12
Studying + Subjects
Next, you’ll need to think about what you actually want to teach. Mathematics, English, Afrikaans, Physics, Chemistry…the choice is yours.

Whatever subjects you ultimately decide on, now you need to think about what you’re going to have to study. There are two ways to study to become a teacher:

a 4-year Bachelor of Education (BEd) or
a 3-to-4-year Bachelor degree, followed by 1-year Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)
Both of these routes allow you to be registered as a qualified teacher.

If you’ve opted for the 2nd route, you’ll need to construct your degree accordingly. In order to study towards the PGCE, you will need to take certain courses during your undergraduate degree:

In order to teach Foundation Phase, you will need to have passed Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy in Matric and have your Bachelor’s degree.

In order to teach Intermediate Phase, you will need to have passed Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy in Matric and have your Bachelor’s degree in 2 of the following:

mathematics and statistics;
natural sciences;
environmental and geographical science;
historical studies and archaeology;
fine art;
information systems/computer science;
human movement studies
If you want to teach high school level subjects you will need to have studied 2 teaching subjects during your degree, with a minimum of 2 years of study in each.

That can all be a bit confusing, but hopefully you’ve made sense of it.

Once you have your degree, you will need to register with the South African Council for Educators (SACE). Legally, teachers must be registered with SACE before they can be employed as educators.

Here are a couple of links to university websites to help you get started in becoming a teacher:

The Department of Basic Education is eager to help students acquire a teaching qualification. The biggest government funding tool for teachers is The Funza Lushaka Bursary Programme.

These full-cost bursaries are available to eligible students.

Recipients will be required to teach at a public school for the same number of years they have been funded. For more information go to the Funza Lushaka Teaching Bursary