Progression offers a wide range of Human Resource Development and  Transformation solutions. Since its establishment in 2002, Progression has  worked closely with both private and public sector companies in all areas  of Diversity, Skills Development and Disability.

It has helped shape and  sustain business models that are not only aligned to best practice but have  a positive impact on an organisation’s triple bottom line. Having pioneered  one of the most ground-breaking disability equity solutions in South Africa  today.

Progression’s Experiential learning HUBS provide an innovative and sustainable approach to hosted Learnerships. Our HUBS offer learners (both with and without disability) quality theoretical training in sought-after skills, whilst gaining valuable workplace experience.

Candidates need to have a Matric certificate as well as a strong interest in Finance, Human Resource(NQF 4),Accounting Technician(NQF 3),Business administration(NQF 4), End User Computing(NQF 3), Systems support(NQF 5) and/or Bookkeeping Previous working experience or qualification would be an advantage. Candidates must have strong communication skills. Learnerships are currently available in Gauteng.

A learnership is an accredited training programme that runs for a minimum of 12 months and ends in the learner achieving a qualification after the completion of the programme.

To qualify you must fulfill the following requirements:

  • Be a South African citizen
  • Have a valid Matric Certificate with English and another South African language as subjects
  • Be younger than 35 years old
  • Not have completed the following qualification before: SAQA ID 49649-Further
  • Be currently unemployed and not studying.
  • Learners with disability are urged to apply to the positions strictly stated for them and should have medical certificate stating the nature of disability.

training provider will be responsible for teaching the knowledge and theory component of the learnership in a classroom situation, and could also be involved in practical skills training.

An employer will be responsible for providing the learner with the opportunity to complete the prescribed practical workplace activities of the learnership in the organisation. The employer will also be required to sign an employment contract with learners who are unemployed at the time they enter the learnership (i.e. the 18(2) learners).