Clicks Learnership Programme 2017
Successfully complete a National Certificate: Pharmacy Assistance Learnership Programme (Learner Basic Pharmacist Assistant) and a Further Education and Training Certificate: Pharmacist Assistance (Learner Post Basic Pharmacist Assistant) through the accredited Pharmacy Healthcare Academy
A structured learning programme that consists of a theoretical and practical component and that leads to a qualification that is registered on the National Qualification Framework (NQF)
As a Learner on this programme you will be required to meet the following objectives:
Successfully complete the Learnership Training Contracts at a registered Clicks Pharmacy and under an approved tutor
Attend the required training interventions and successfully complete the competency assessments
Submit a Portfolio of Evidence
Provide support to the healthcare team in one of the Click’s Pharmacies under the supervision of a registered Pharmacist and within the legal scope of practice as outlined by the South African Pharmacy Council (SAPC)
Essential requirement: completion of Grade 12 with a minimum of 50% in Mathematics (or 60% in Mathematical Literacy) and 50% in English
Skills, Abilities and Job Related Knowledge:
Customer service orientated
Accuracy and attention to detail
Adhering to Principles and Values
Working with People
Delivering Results and Meeting Customer Expectations
Following Instructions and Procedures
Relating and Networking
Planning and Organising
How To Apply?
Please see details here.
Forex trading is what many people are now jumping into in order growing their initial investments to reasonable sums of money. Forex trading has become one of many ways to make money online. The advantage of trading forex is that you do it in your own time and at any location of your choice. All you need is a computer that is connected to the internet.
But What Is Forex Trading?
Forex trading is basically to buy and sell currency pairs using an application that gets downloaded into your computer. You can also trade via a broker’s website if you did not download the trading platform.
Whenever you are at any international airport and you are travelling abroad, you usually had to find a currency exchange point at the airport, and then exchange the money you have into the currency of the country you are visiting. Even if you may not be aware but whenever you do this, you have just participated in the forex trading market.
But this is not how forex is traded lately. You do not have to go to the airport or whatsoever. You trade foreign currencies right at your place of choice.
The biggest stock market in the world, which is the New York Stock Exchange, trades a volume of about $22.4 billion each day. Forex is traded daily or even hourly. This means that you can simply enter the market at 10:00, make profit and then exit the market at 11:00. Depending on what you are trading and what your margins are, you could make R100 000 in just an hour.
What Is Traded In Forex Trading Markets?
The very simple answer to this question is this: money is traded in forex!
Here are some currencies that are traded online
How To Buy And Sell Currency Pair In Forex Trading?
Forex trading means the simultaneous buying of one currency and selling another. Currencies are traded through an online broker or dealer, and are traded in pairs. You do not have to go around looking for a dealer. It is simple a software that gets downloaded.
For example the euro and the U.S. dollar (EUR/USD) or the British pound and the Japanese yen (GBP/JPY). When you are trading in the forex market, you simply buy or sell in currency pairs.
Different Ways To Trade Forex
There are many ways or approaches people take when they trade forex online. These are simply called forex trading strategies. There are also various products that can be traded in forex. The most popular ones are spot forex, currency futures, currency options, and currency exchange-traded funds (or ETFs).
The purpose of this position is to provide work experience to a student who are in their last year of study and require in-service training in order to obtain their qualification, and/or those recently graduated but unemployed who require exposure in a work environment.
Successful interns will be expected to enter into a 12 month contract commencing 1 July 2017 and terminating 30 June 2018.
Key Performance Areas would include, but are not limited to:
- Human Resources Administration
- Performance and Training Management
- Recruitment and Selection
- Training and Development Administration
The successful candidate must have the following qualification, skills and experience:
- Excellent academic record and in final year or obtaining tertiary qualification (diploma or degree)
- Computer literacy – Word, Excel, PowerPoint
- Sound communication and presentation skills
- Effective time management skills
- Attention to detail
Successful interns will be expected to enter into a 12 month contract
Prospective interns must submit the following:
- Covering letter / Letter of motivation
- A Curriculum Vitae
- Certified academic record
- Certified copy of Grade 12 certificate
- A letter from the tertiary institution
- A format for evaluation, required by the tertiary institution if applicable
- Certified copy of identity document
HOW TO APPLY
If you are interested and meet all requirements, kindly log onto Distell’s Careers Page:
in order to register and apply on-line.
Closing Date: 5 July 2017
SAICA Trainees 2017-2018
Nwanda Incorporated is a SAICA Training Office that provides Trainee Accountant order to qualify as a Chartered Accountant.
Location: Bedfordview, Johannesburg, Gauteng
We recruit students that that have recently matriculated, are studying towards a BCom (Accounting) degree or have graduated with a BCom (Accounting) degree.
• Candidates must have a minimum average of 70% for both Mathematics and Accounting in their Grade 12 year.
• Consistently good academic record.
• Must be studying at a SAICA accredited university
• Fluent in English with strong communication skills.
• Candidates must be a South African Citizen and reside in Gauteng
E-mail your CV, matric certificate, academic records and ID to email@example.com
Only applicants that meet these requirements will be considered and if you do not hear from us consider your application unsuccessful.
The NWANDA brand originated from the acronym of the firm’s original name Neale Whitecross and Associates.
Today Nwanda Incorporated is a medium size auditing firm which allows us to provide exposure to a vast number of industries as well as providing excellent in-house training during your training contract.
Our client base varies from subsidiaries of listed companies to large owner-operated companies.
The activities and industries of our clients include mining, farming, manufacturing, engineering, building, air-transportation, education, information technology, consulting, wholesale and retail trade, property development, investment, and hotel and leisure, among others.
We currently service over 1000 clients on an annual basis.
Servest Group Pty Ltd is offering a Food & Beverage as well as Professional Cookery Learnerships to UNEMPLOYED individuals as part of its skills development programme. Job Title: Learnership
Job Type: Contract
Location – Town / City: Johannesburg
Location – Province: Gauteng
Location – Country: South Africa
We are seeking to employ individuals that have passion in the hospitality industry and food services.
The incumbents must be available immediately and willing to commit to this course which will run for one year.
Interested individuals must meet the following requirements:
– South African citizen;
– Have passion for the Hospitality Industry
– Grade 12
– Clear criminal record;
– Must reside in Johannesburg area;
– Must be well spoken (read and write English);
– Must be well presented
– Must be Unemployed
Duties & Responsibilities
Applicants will be shortlisted and will undergo a screening as well as the interview process.
Successful applicants will receive:
– The company funding training for the above mentioned courses.
– 12 month learnership agreement
– Set monthly stipend
– Receive on-the-job training within the Food & Beverage Facilities
The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) invites Students to Apply for its Bursary Scheme.
Criteria for Application for the Student:
Have already been selected at an institution that offers formal qualifications such as a diploma or degree
Be able to demonstrate financial need
Possess a good academic record
Motivate in detail why they qualify to receive a bursary
Submit a correctly completed application form and attach all required documents as per the application form
Be a South African citizen, or have permanent residency or have refugee status
Student should be accepted and registered at an institution that offers formal tertiary qualifications.
Should be able to demonstrate financial need, i.e. by submitting parent’s payslips etc.
Should have proof of good academic results (secondary).
Should submit a one page motivational letter demonstrating why the individual is a good candidate to receive a bursary. The letter should also include all the required information as per application form.
Individuals may also apply to the NFVF for bursaries to support their studies at international tertiary institutions for film courses that are not available in South Africa. Due to minimal resources at the NFVF’s disposal, 100% bursaries will not be awarded.
The following supporting documentation must be submitted together with an official application form:
A covering letter including personal motivation for study and its relevance to the applicant’s intended career path, as well as how the skills acquired will benefit South Africa.
A letter of support from the international institution.
Proof of excellence within the applicant’s field of competency.
The deadline for applications for is the CLOSING DATE: Applications close on the 31 August 2017.
How Are You?
The national Department of Tourism offers Internship opportunities to South African graduates who wish to apply in the fields that are in line with the departmental core business listed below. Interns will be appoint on contracts of 12-months and will be based at the Department of Tourism’s office in Pretoria.
The interns will receive a stipend of R7 109.25 per month
Applications are invited from candidates in the following disciplines/fields of study:
Reference Number Required Study Fields
NDT-INTERN(001) Tourism Management/Development
NDT-INTERN(003) Information Technology (focus on Programming or Web Development)
NDT-INTERN(005) Project Management
NDT-INTERN(006) Environmental Management
NDT-INTERN(007) Internal Audit/Risk Management
NDT-INTERN(008) Public Management/Administration
NDT-INTERN(009) Financial Management/Accounting
NDT-INTERN(0010) Enterprise Development
NDT-INTERN(0011) Human Resources Management/Development
NDT-INTERN(0012) Operational Management/Work Study
NDT-INTERN(0013) Facilities/Property Management
NDT INTERN(0014) Communications and Events Management
NDT-INTERN(0015) International Trade Law
NDT-INTERN(0016) International Relations
How to apply?
Submit your certified and latest documents quoting the reference number as stated above
Requirements: Unemployed South African Graduates/Postgraduates, with a tertiary qualification in one of the above-mentioned fields of study and who have not been previously employed under any internship programme are invited to apply. Applicants should not be above the age of 35 years. Applications must be submitted on a Z83 form, obtainable from any Public Service Department, stating the field for which the Intern is applying (from the above list), and attach a CV, certified copies of certificates, academic transcripts (record) and an Identity Document.
Failure to submit the required documents will result in the application not being considered.
Enquiries: Mr Gregory Moroke, tel. (012) 444-6166, Ms Patricia Khoza, tel. (012) 444-6190, Mr Lucky Shiviti, tel. (012) 444-6172 OR Ms Koketso Malemela, tel. (012) 444-6191
Applications must be delivered to the Director-General, Tourism House, 17 Trevena Street, Sunnyside 0002 or posted to Private Bag X424, Pretoria 0001. No faxed or e-mailed applications will be considered
Closing date: 19 May 2017
Duration: The internship programme is offered for a period of 12 months. The successful candidates will be required to sign an internship contract for the duration of one year.
Note: Short-listed candidates will be subjected to an interview to determine their suitability.
Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If you have not been contacted within 3 months of the closing date, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.
Allan Gray are searching for focused final-year students who are dedicated to achieving their long-term goals through the Allan Gray Graduate Intake. Each year, we aim to recruit and invest in academic achievers who are motivated and enthusiastic about joining our firm.
All Gray recruits recent graduates mostly into permanent positions from day one. There is a compulsory four-week orientation. After orientation, the graduates are taken through the Allan Gray academy, which is an ‘incubated’ functional training environment. This lasts for a period of three to six months, depending on the role.
The result: graduates in real roles, taking their first steps towards achieving their long-term ambitions.
Through this process we invite graduates who stand out in terms of achievements and acumen to apply for a position into the Trainee Analyst Programme. Competition to get into this programme is fierce, and only a few positions are available per year.
Your key objectives will differ depending on which role you are offered. We are currently recruiting graduates for the following roles:
– Client Service Consultant
– Operations Consultant
– Trainee Business Analyst (Institutional Client Services; Product Development; Distribution;
– Junior Software Developer
– Junior Software Tester
We value academic excellence and a long-term perspective. We are looking for focused final year students who share our values: performance driven, individually accountable and independent minded who are completing a Bachelor’s degree, with excellent academic results in the following fields:
– Actuarial Science
– Business Science
– Information Systems
Skills/Competencies and experience
Suitable candidates should apply for this general Allan Gray Graduate role and use the application and interview process to let us know where you think you will have the best start to your career at Allan Gray. If you are successful in the process we will make you an offer in a specific role. No work experience is required.
How To Apply for this opportunity?
Makhuduthamaga Municipality Internships
Basic Salary :R 591 154. IS p.a (All Inclusive)
• Three year B. Com / National Diploma Accounting or equivalent.
• Minimum of three (03) years relevant experience in a finance.
• NQF level 5 minimum competency level in terms of the MFMA or accounting articles will be an added advantage,
• Must be computer literate, Have a valid driver’s license.
• Knowledge of legislative framework governing the local government, MFMA, MBRR, Finanacial principles, related legislations and GRAP.
• Knowledge of Caseware will be added advantage.
Key Performance Areas:
•Prepares financial statements for internal and external users.
• Collects and analyzes financial data, ensuring that all reporting is in compliance with the GRAP reporting guidelines.
• Assists both the internal and external auditors as and when required.
• Assist the CFO’s office in reporting to all the relevant stakeholders.
• Ensure compliance with the MFMA requirements on financial reporting for municipalities.
• Budget planning and implementation as per the MFMA requirements.
• Assist with the day to day running of the Budget & Reporting office.
• Perform income and expenditure projections accurately to ensure financial sustainability and viability of the Municipality.
• Implement a budget monitoring and a spent management system to ensure that procurement occurs from proper votes and that planned procurement occur.
• Prepare budget reports / statement as required by MFMA, Council and any relevant stakeholder within the Local Government Sphere.
INTERN: FINANCE X 3
Stipend : R 145 663.90 p.a (All Inclusive)
Qualification : B Com Degree/National Diploma in Accounting/Finance or Equivalent.
Competencies : Good verbal and written communications skills. Computer literacy
Responsibilities and Duties:
• Assist in the implementation of generally accepted municipal accounting practice budget reforms.
• Assist in developing Statistical reporting.
• Assist in developing financial policies and procedures.
• Electronic capturing of finance data.
• Assist in implementing and monitoring financial reports.
• Filling all finance records and documents.
HOW TO APPLY
Applications must be accompanied by a signed application letter, a detailed CV, originally certified copies (not old than 3 months) of academic qualifications, copy of an identity document.
Short listed candidates will be required to produce original copies of qualifications on or before appointment.
Correspondence will only be entered into with short listed candidates.
If you do not receive notifications regarding your application within 90 (Ninety) days of the closing date, kindly assume that your application was not successful.
Applicants will be penalized for canvassing.
The successful candidate will be subjected to security vetting and required to submit disclosure of financial interest.
Failure to comply with the above request will disqualify your application.
Closing Date: 30 June 2017
Further Education and Training Certificate (NQF Level 4): Child and Youth Care Work
•Authentic Grade 12 National Senior Certificate or equivalent Qualification indicating competency in Languages/ Communication and Mathematics/ Mathematical Literacy on Grade 12 level;
•No criminal record;
•Computer Literacy will be an advantage;
•Experiential (practical) Learning will be required;
•The duration of the HWSETA Learnership for the Further Education and Training Certificate (NQF Level 4): Child and Youth Care Work, is 12 months.
ALL LEARNERS INTERESTED TO BE ENROLLED FOR THIS HWSETA LEARNERSHIP IN CHILD AND YOUTH CARE WORK SHOULD COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING:
•An introductory letter to motivate your enrolment to the Qualification;
•A revised and updated Curriculum Vitae (CV);
•Include three (3) originally certified ID copies (Not older than three months);
•Include three (3) originally certified copies of Grade 12 Certificate or equivalent (Not older than three months).
People living with disabilities will be given preference as per company requirements and are encouraged to apply
Kindly forward your Introductory Letter, copies of ID and Certificate to firstname.lastname@example.org before Wednesday, 24 June 2017