At Old Mutual, it is time for you to be the exceptional version of yourself.
The deadline for applications is February 20th, 2023. (Midnight)
On March 15th, 2023, you will be able to enroll in the Amathuba Learnership program.
March is the month that successful applicants will receive offer letters.
All regions in South Africa are welcome to submit an application.
- Western Cape
- Eastern Cape
- East London
Description of the Learnership
To fill available spots in the Amathuba Learnership program, we are looking for young people who are intelligent and driven.
Learners will have the opportunity to complete the Wealth Management NQF Level 4 qualification in addition to gaining practical work experience through participation in the programme. Accreditation and recognition from FSP are both granted to the Wealth Management NQF Level 4 qualification.
Participating in our Learnerships gives you access to a variety of career opportunities, including underwriting, working as a financial investment advisor, and insurance brokerage.
Principal Focus Areas
Learners will each be provided with a mentor who can offer advice and assistance to ensure that they are successful in their roles.
Learners will get hands-on experience in the workplace as well as in the classroom over the course of a year.
The learners will be responsible for maintaining a logbook throughout the entirety of their time in the learnership.
Participants will gain familiarity with a variety of financial products, legislation, and ethical practices in business.
Participants will have the opportunity to participate in some truly remarkable Corporate Social Investment (CSI) projects.
Learnership Obligations and Prerequisites
- South African citizens between the ages of 18 and 28
- Unemployed at the moment and not currently pursuing any other qualifications at any other educational institutions
- Have never participated in a learnership for wealth management at the NQF4 level before.
- Passed Grade 12 or NQF level 4 equivalent.
- Obtained the following grades: English with a score of at least 50%, a second official language with a score of at least 50%, and either pure mathematics with a score of at least 50% or math literacy with a score of at least 50%.
The Procedure for Applications
Please include the following information in your curriculum vitae: nationality, age, matric subjects and results, residential address, disability status (yes or no), and a list of any completed or uncompleted qualifications.
It is possible that you will go through an automated screening process.
Should you meet our requirements you will be requested to complete online assessments.
A further shortlist of applicants will be invited to attend an interview with the line manager, and this invitation will be based on the results of the assessment.
In accordance with the Employment Equity Plan of Old Mutual South Africa and the particular business unit, the candidate for the position will be selected from among the members of the designated group.