Learnership: Business Practice 61775 (NQF1)
Gqeberha/Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape
Posted 21 June 2023
Closing Date 28 June 2023
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Learnership opportunities for people who are currently coping with a disability or impairment
People who have a passion for farming and would benefit greatly from furthering their knowledge of fiber will find this to be an excellent opportunity.
In the event that your application is accepted, you will be enrolled in a Learnership program that lasts for a period of one year.
This qualification is for the National Qualification in Business Practice (NQF 1).
Candidates who are selected will be expected to participate in theoretical classes in addition to practical training in fiber.
In accordance with the regulations, a stipend will be provided.
Minimum application requirements:
Unemployed Persons Residing Within South Africa
Grade 10 wanted, candidates must be Between the Ages of 18 and 29
Effective communication abilities Effective time management abilities
Not have previously completed the SAQA 61775, nor be currently registered on another learnership or be in the process of studying
Have the willingness to get your hands dirty and the ability to stand for long periods of time.
We ask that you provide a medical report that attests to the degree of your disability or impairment.
The following is a list of disabilities that will be taken into consideration for this learnership.
- Visual impairments
Vision Made Unclear
Colorblindness, which affects only one eye
- Troubles with the Hearing
Hearing impairment in one ear and tinnitus
- Impairment to One’s Mobility
Arthritis Rheumatoid Arthritis
SLE is short for “systemic lupus erythematosus.”
Type 1 diabetes
- Disorders of the Mind and Emotional Impairment
Bipolar Major Depressive Disorder
Disorder of Obsessive-Compulsive Behavior
The capability of commuting.
We are looking for people who come from historically oppressed or marginalized groups.