How to Find Accredited and Registered Nursing Colleges in South Africa

SANC Accredited Nursing Education Institutions

One of the functions of the Nursing Council is to accredit nursing education institutions (NEI’s) and the training programmes presented by those institutions.  Council is empowered in terms of legislation to perform these functions.

The Nursing Act, 2005 – Section 42 of the Act makes it illegal for any institution in South Africa to provide education and / or training intended to qualify a person to practise as a nurse or a midwife unless both the institution and the programme of education and training are accredited by the South African Nursing Council .

In fulfilling these obligations, the Council is protecting the rights of;

the Public to receive care from a nurse or midwife who has received a high quality education intended to equip him / her to provide competent, compassionate and ethically based nursing care; and
the Learner to receive education and training that meets all the requirements for registration as a practitioner in South Africa

Illegal Institutions / Programmes

It is imperative that learners make sure that the institution where they will be trained as a nurse or midwife is accredited by the South African Nursing Council AND that the training programme (course) is also accredited by the Nursing Council .  If either is NOT ACCREDITED, the Nursing Council will not recognise any of the training the learner has received.  This means that the learner will not be able to practise in South Africa (or elsewhere) after completing the training.  All the time and money that the learner has spent on education and training will be wasted.

Often, such illegal institutions or institutions running illegal programmes try to protect themselves by giving their programmes obscure names like Pre-nursing and telling the prospective learner that by following such a course, the learner will be guaranteed entry into further nursing education (at the same or another nursing education institution).  There is no provision for such programmes in the Nursing Act, 2005 or in its regulations and no such guarantee.  The education and training regulations (available on this web-site) give minimum entry requirements for each nursing education and training programme.

The Nursing Council handles complaints or reports received about illegal institutions and/or illegal programmes operating in South Africa.

All allegations are investigated and, if it is found that an institution is operating illegally or running an illegal programme, the co-operation of the South African Police Services (SAPS) is sought in closing down the institution or programme.  SAPS is involved in this process because in terms of the Nursing Act, 2005 it is a criminal offence for someone to operate such an institution or to offer such a programme.

If you are aware of any institution that you think may be operating illegally or providing an illegal programme, please send full details to the Council so that the facts can be checked.

 

150 Security Officers to Be Trained Lulaway Learnerships

150 Security Officers to Be Trained Lulaway Learnerships

If you are unemployed and interested in joining the security industry, then this might just be the opportunity you have been waiting for!

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Lulaway Security Learnership

Apply for a 12-month learnership programme with a leading security company during which time you’ll study towards an NQF level 3 qualification in General Security Practice. Candidates will receive a monthly stipend while studying towards the qualification.

150 places are available, so apply today.

Requirements

  • Not currently employed
  • South African citizen
  • Matric certificate
  • Clear criminal records
  • Reside in:
    • Diepsloot
    • Fourways
    • Cosmo City
    • Alexandra
    • Honeydew
    • Johannesburg
    • Thembisa
    • Boksburg
    • Germiston
    • Benoni
    • Daveyton
    • Katlehong

CLICK HERE TO APPLY ONLINE

Opportunity Closing Date:

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

 

Johannesburg Water: Skills Programme 2018 / 2019

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losing Date: 05 July 2018 at 12h00

Johannesburg Water is inviting 90 young people under the age of 35 who are interested in plumbing, brick laying and welding to apply for its basic skills programme for unemployed youth.

The youth development programme aims to create opportunities for the unemployed youth, by providing them with basic skills through an accredited institution, including practical training. The programme aims to create opportunities for the unemployed youth who are interested in plumbing, bricklaying or welding by providing them with basic skills through an accredited institution, including practical training. Candidates who successfully complete the programme may be considered for a business management skills training programme, which will enable them to establish enterprises and enter the mainstream of the economy.

Furthermore, the programme aims to develop technical, business and entrepreneurial skills for unemployed youth who have a minimum matriculation qualification. The programme will run for a maximum period of six (6) months broken down between theoretical classroom training and practical on the job training and the successful applicants will receive a stipend during the course of the programme.

Unemployed youth who meet the minimum requirements are requested to apply. The closing date for applications is 05 July 2018.

Requirements

1. Unemployed youth who are black SA citizens, as defined (i.e. African, Coloured and Indians), and who are aged between 18 and 35 years old.

2. Have an approved academic qualification of Grade 12 or equivalent.

3. The programme is targeted at the following designated groups: unemployed youth who are black, women and people with disabilities.

4. Applicants must be permanent residents in one of the following areas within the City of Johannesburg:

  • Orange Farm
  • Diepsloot
  • Soweto
  • Ivory Park
  • Alexandra
  • Eldorado Park
  • Lenasia
  • Johannesburg CBD & surrounds (i.e. Riverlea, Bosmont, Brixton, Doornfontein, Braamfontein,etc.).

How To Apply

Place for submissions: Johannesburg Water Head Office, Tender Box, 17 Harrison Street, Marshalltown, 2107

Attention: The Accreditations and Supplier Development Manager

Bryte Insurace: Learnership Programme 2018

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Closing Date: 20 July 2018
Location: Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

Bryte Learnership Programme is offered in partnership with INSETA (Insurance Sector Education and Training Authority) and focuses on assisting previously disadvantaged young South Africans, by creating the opportunity to gain work-related experience in the Short-Term Insurance industry.

Specification

During the 12-month Programme, you will work towards obtaining an FETC (Further Education Training Certificate) Short-Term Insurance Qualification. As part of the learning component of the Programme, you have the opportunity to enhance your skills and knowledge around technical insurance and insurance systems. In addition, you will attend sessions which focus on behavioural competencies.

You will be guided, coached and mentored by Bryte managers who will support you throughout the programme. Our company regards the Learnership Programme as a key economic and social enabler as it benefits the individual, society and the Insurance Industry as a whole.

Once you have successfully completed the Learnership Programme you will receive full accreditation of the FETC Short Term Insurance Qualification at level 4.

Requirements

Your Skills, Qualifications, and Experience

  • Under the age of 24 (i.e. turning 24 in 2019)
  • South African citizen
  • Grade 12 qualification
  • 50% in Mathematics or Mathematics Literacy
  • 50% in English Higher or Standard Grade
  • 50% in a Second Language Higher or Standard Grade
  • No further qualifications since Grade 12 and not presently studying towards a qualification
  • Not have the financial means to obtain a qualification

Application

  • CV
  • Certified ID copy
  • Certified Matric certificate
  • Certified doctors letter confirming disability for candidates living with a disability

How To Apply

Apply Online for the Bryte Insurace Learnership Programme 2018

Telkom: Learnership Programme 2018 / 2019

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Closing Date: 25 June 2018

Core Description

Consumer & Small Business, a business unit of Telkom SA, is offering a number of learnership opportunities in the field of Commercial Support. Find out if you qualify and apply today! Consumer & Small Business, therefore invites suitably qualified candidates, who requires workplace experience in the ICT Sector, to apply for the position of Learnership: Commercial Support, to attend to all aspects of customer orders and related functions to ensure customer satisfaction and to improve billing integrity. The Learnership will be for a period of 12 months with a monthly allowance of R5 000.

NOTE: Applicants should NOT have participated in any Learnership before.

Competencies

  • Time Management
  • Interpersonal
  • Analytical
  • Communicating
  • Decision Making
  • Stress Handling Techniques
  • Negotiation Techniques
  • Problem Solving
  • Accurate
  • Responsible
  • Computer Literacy
  • Business Acumen

Qualifications

  • At least Grade 12 (NQF level 4).
  • Computer Literate.

Special Requirements

  • South African Citizenship.
  • Not have previously participated in any Learnership before.

How To Apply

Apply Online for the Telkom Learnership Programme in Cape Town

Apply Online for the Telkom Learnership Programme in Centurion

Learner Firefighting and Rescue Leanership [X18]

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Closing Date: 22 June 2018Position: Learner Firefighting and Rescue Leanership [X18]

Stipend: R1 800.00 pm

Applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified and competent persons to participate in one year learnership to the under mentioned position.

Qualifications

Matric And Physically Fit

Selection Criteria

  • Currently unemployed Currently not participating in a learnership 18 to 35 years
  • No criminal record Proof of residential address
  • Not involved in other studies from 1 Jan 2018 to 31 Dec 2018.
  • Only South African Citizens in possession of a valid SA identify document will be considered.
  • Shortlisted candidates will be subjected to medical and physical fitness test prior the interviews

How To Apply

Download Application Form or at obtain a copy from the Corporate Services Department, 4″ Floor, Civic Centre, Ermelo.

Application Must Be Posted To Msukaligwa Local Municipality, P.O. Box 48, Ermelo, 2350, For The Attention Of Acting Director Corporate Services – Mr. B.P. Zwane

Applicants must attach copies of certified certificates on their CV. CV without certified

copies of certificates will not be considered.

For enquiries contact Human Resources at 017 801 3755 during office hours

“If you don’t hear from the municipality after a month, please consider your application unsuccessful”

Woolworths Learnerships Opportunity

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Woolworths is a South African retail chain that sells upmarket good whose branches span across countries such as Zimbabwe, Zambia, United Arab Emirates, Uganda, Tanzania, Swaziland, Qatar, Oman, Nigeria, Namibia, Mozambique, Mauritius, Lesotho, Kenya, Botswana, and Bahrain. The retail chain was initially modeled after the UK-based Marks & Spencer, with which Woolworths formed a relationship after WWII. The UK retail chain bought Woolworths’ unissued share capital in 1947. Close ties to Marks & Spencer remain close even after those shares were sold in later development. The Old Royal Hotel in Cape Town was the site of the first Woolworth store, which was open in October 1931, founded by Max Sonnenberg together with his two sons, Richard and Fred Kossuth. South African Woolworths has no affiliation with similarly named retail chains found in Australia, North America, or Europe. Woolworths’ business focuses on beauty and home stores as well as full-line fashion. A number of these stores are also offering premium food retail. Today, there are 217 full-line Woolworths’ stores and 421 food standalone stores in South Africa alone with 65 more scattered across Africa. In terms of fashion, Woolworths sells items produced by premium brands such as Trenery, Mimco, Witchery, RE: Country Road, and Studio W.

With a history spanning almost a century, Woolworths definitely comes across as being a prominent industry player that devotes their attention to all about quality. The company’s main focus is primarily emphasized on how to care for their customers, products, people, communities, and earth. In order that they can accomplish their mission, Woolworths will require a lot of workforce, which basically means that there should be tons of job opportunities available for anyone who finds the company’s philosophy matches that of their own. Woolworths Career Learnership, simply put, are more than about putting bright career history on one’s resume. It is about catering to whatever customers want in various ways that deliver the company’s mission to life. It is more than a job. It is about grabbing opportunities that lead to expanded skills and growing together. Woolworth is committed to inclusion and diversity; it is a place of equal opportunity. Job opportunities such as Technical Specialist, Analyst Programmer, System Administrator, Fashion Marketing, Product Developers, Imports Merchandiser, Foods Technology System Administrator, Project Manager, and Store Planner are of course only to mention a few of clearly defined areas of opportunity that are available for you to grab.

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Woolworths Careers and Learnerships

For those of you who want to see all LEARNERSHIPS and CAREERS

CLICK HERE: Careers South Africa Learnerships

Woolworths Career Learnership require anywhere between 2 – 8 weeks to complete recruitment process. Those applying for Head Office and Management positions should apply through the company’s official career website. Those selected will then have to go through interviews, both by the telephone and face to face. Simulated risk and psychometric assessments will follow. Those applying for positions of Store and Supply Chain should apply directly to the stores/supply chain they wish to apply for. Those selected will be screened by telephone and interview that is panel-based as well as simulated risk, literacy, and numeracy assessments. Your CV must be in English and includes personal information (name, surname, contact number, email, and address). The Education section of the CV must include a description of qualification (Diploma, Degree, Honors, Masters, etc.) and a complete name of the institution as well as the time of qualification. You should also include at least two references. These references must be the people you reported directly to and you must include their office numbers. Once submitted CV is received, the company will process it and if you are qualified, you could receive a call from them asking things about you.

Dept Of Economic Development Internship Learnership Career

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Dept Of Economic Development Internship Learnership Career in various numbers from Dept of Economic Development are opened.  The graduate internship, however, is designed for youth of South African around 18 to 35 years old who meet the requirements. Now, the graduate internship that is offered, includes; economic policy development, social dialogue, economic planning & coordination, PICC (presidential infrastructure, coordination committee), office of the director -general, internal audit, security management, office of the chief financial officer, information technology, legal services, human resources management and planning & reporting. Also, successful interns  will receive monthly allowance for about R 5000.00.

Dept Of Economic Development Learnership

To apply Dept Of Economic Development Internship Learnership Career 2017, 2018 & 2019 that is available in Dept of Economic Development, here are requirements to consider; (1) you should be citizen of South African that hold qualifications related to the graduate internship that you apply, (2) you are obliged to sign agreement of internship, (3) you have no prior internship experience, (4) identify which graduate internship program that you want to apply together with its reference number. In case that you have another qualification to apply another graduate internship from dept of economic development, ensure that you submit the application separately. Attach form Z83 that is accessible at website, alternately, you can find the form at Public Service Department nears your area.

In addition, the application should be supported by qualifications certified copies, detailed curriculum vitae, and identity document. Say that you apply this Dept Of Economic Development Internship Learnership Career using foreign qualification, then you should provide SAQA evaluation. Submit your application to, Private Bag X149/Pretoria/0001. Or, you can directly deliver the application to, dept of economic development (for the attention: Mr Vusi Mazibuko) ground floor/block G/dti Campus/77 Meintjies Street/Sunny Side/Pretoria/0002, before its closing date on August 12th. Further questions about the graduate internship, you can deliver it to,  012 394 5608(Mr Vusi Mazibuko) or 012 394 1244 (Ms Tshepo Mothapo).

 

 

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES LEARNERSHIP 2018 – 2019 DCS LEARNERSHIPS

About the Correctional Services Learnership

Every year the South African Department of Correctional Services (DCS) offers people from different communities the Correctional Services learnership opportunity. These learnerships form part of the government’s National Skills Development Strategy to create skills and ease poverty and unemployment.

DCS Learnerships are open to those with the necessary qualifications required to study for the Further Education and Training (FET) Certificate in the Corrections Services Learnership (NQF Level 4).

The learnership consists of both theoretical and practical training in how to contribute to the rehabilitation of prisoners. As a trainee, you will be taught how to do this via correction and human development inhumane, secure and safe detention or under community-based correctional supervision.

This Correction Services Learnership will give you the opportunity to learn the skills and gain the knowledge, acceptable workplace behavior and attitude that is required in the correctional services. Learners will earn a stipend of R3 500-00 per month for the duration of the learnership.

Correctional Services Learnership Requirements

There are certain requirements for being accepted into this learnership:

Minimum Requirements

  • You must be a South African citizen
  • You must be in possession of a Standard 10/Grade 12 Certificate; or
  • Be in possession of a Further Education and Training Certificate NQF (Level 4); or
  • Have successfully completed the National Certificate in Vocational Studies (NQF Level 4)

Other Requirements

  • You must be between the ages of 21 and 35 years
  • Applicants must not have a criminal record (if you have a criminal case pending against you, you must provide all the details when applying.)
  • You need to have a strong character

Preference will be given to applicants who have additional qualifications such as a Trade or Occupational-based Certificate, Diploma or Degree related to Security/Corrections. Any such additional qualifications will not be considered in the payment of the stipend paid to learners during the learnership or for further salary/wage purposes.

The FET Certificate in Corrections Services Learnership in DCS

This is outcomes-based learning, and the learnership is based on a legally binding contract between the learner, the employer, and the service provider.

The Learnership Programme is for a period of one year (12 months) and consists of:

Theory

About 30% of the training will consist of theory. This instructional training will take place at an accredited DCS college that will be specified by the Department.

  • Theoretical training will include intensive instruction on firearms, self-defense and physical training.
  • This training is compulsory and means that you will stay at the Training College on a full-time basis.
  • Successful applicants receive free accommodation, meals, a uniform (field wear and a tracksuit), and all training materials during the training period.

Workplace Training

The remaining 70% of the training will be practical workplace (on-the-job) training which will take place at the Correctional and Social Reintegration Centres/Units.

  • This part of the training will include duties connected to the rehabilitation and provision of security to offenders.
  • Learners continue to receive a monthly stipend during this part of the training but are responsible for their own accommodation, meals, and transport
  • The Department of Correctional Services does not pay a housing allowance, housing subsidy, pension fund, medical aid, danger allowance or overtime during a learnership.

Once the learner has successfully completed both the theoretical (instructional) and practical (workplace) phases, submitted a final Portfolio of Evidence (POE) and has successfully undergone external verification by SASSETA, a FET Certificate in Corrections Services NQF 4 will be issued.

The learnership contract is a legally binding contract and any irregularity or violation of the terms of the agreement will be dealt with by the Department of Correctional Services in accordance with Sections 17 and 18 of the Skills Development Act, 97 of 1998.

Correctional Services Learnership Application Process

How to Apply for the DCS Learnerships?

In order to apply for the FET Certificate in Corrections Services Learnership, you must complete an application form in your own handwriting.

  • You can get the “Application for Admission to a Learnership in DCS”form from any Correctional Services Office, or you can download it from the Department of Correctional Services website.
  • The e-DCS website is www.dcs.gov.za under the Forms Tab
    • Once you access the website, look at the top or bottom for the link that says “Forms” and click on it. Then click on the “Internship/Learnership Application Forms” link.
    • Click on the “Learnership Application Form” link and the form will automatically download to your computer
  • When applying for the learnership make sure that you specify the learnership post that you are applying for (e.g. DCS Corrections Service Learnership: Gauteng Region: Leeuwkop (Ref GP02)
  • Make sure that you sign the application form yourself
  • Attach certified copies of your certificates and Identity Document (these copies must have been certified within the last 3 months – you can get this done at any Police Station)

Please Note:

  • Application forms that are late or unsigned will not be accepted
  • Photocopied forms will not be accepted
  • Faxed or e-mailed forms will not be accepted

Remember that during your workplace training you will be responsible for your own accommodation, transport, and meal costs. It is thus suggested to apply for a learnership in the Region or Management Area closest to where you live.

Completed Correctional Services Learnership application forms with all necessary attached documents can be mailed (posted at the post office) or hand-delivered to the Regional Commissioner at the Management Office nearest to where you live. You can find the address and contact details of your nearest Management Office.

Correctional Services Learnership Learnership Information

Applications for this learnership will open later in the year, normally around November or December. You can keep checking whether the learnership is open for applications yet by checking the Vacancies page on the DCS website.

Read through the links on this page and look for a link that says “Learnership Programme advert with closing date…. ” and click on the link to see if it is the correct learnership (this advert usually also gives all the addresses you can deliver or mail your application to.)

MSOBO COAL: ARTISAN LEARNERSHIP PROGRAMME 2018 / 2019

Closing Date: 8 June 2018

Msobo Coal offers members of the local communities an opportunity to register as Technical OR Engineering Learner to be trained and developed to enable the individual to obtain an artisan qualification associated with coal mining.

Qualifications and Requirements

  • Minimum Grade 12 with mathematics and science or N2 with relevant subjects .
  • Applicants will be screened and will be subjected to an assessment process .
  • Successful applicants will be obliged to enter into an contractual agreement with the company stipulating obligations of both parties

MHSA Requirements

The successful candidate must be in possession of a valid certificate of fitness or be in a position to obtain one as per the requirements of the Mine Health and Safety Act.

MHSA requirements

The successful candidate must be in possession of a valid certificate of fitness or be in a position to obtain one prior to the commencement of employment, as per the requirements of the Mine Health and Safety Act.

Personal Attributes

  • Self-disciplined and energetic
  • Positive and Safe attitude
  • Creative/original .
  • Problem solving skills
  • Must be positive and serious about his/her own development
  • Good communication skills
  • Be able to work in a Team Environment
  • Subordination to supervision

How To Apply

Please forward your detailed CV to: Recruitment@msobo.co.za

If no response is received within two weeks after closing date it can be assumed that your application was unsuccessful. Preference will be given to applications from historically disadvantaged individuals