Marketing Learnership: with or without disability

Company : Isilumko Staffing

  •  Fixed Term
  •  Full Time
  •  R6500 pm

Introduction

Our Client Is seeking a confident, focused, and driven individual to apply for this great Marketing Learnership Opportunity. This is a 12 Month Learnership programme for individuals living with or without a disability to gain a Marketing NQF Level 4 Certificate, Skills, work exposure and administrative experience in the workplace.

Duties & Responsibilities

Must Not have Completed a Marketing NQF Level 4 Learnership Previously

  • Must have Passed English or another Spoken Language with 40% and above
  • Must have a strong command for the English Language
  • SA citizen
  • Clear criminal record

 

Working Hours – 8am – 17h00pm (Normal working hours)

 

Desired Experience & Qualification

Grade 12 (Matric-National Senior Certificate)

 

Package & Remuneration

R6500 pm

learnership is a structured learning process for gaining theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the workplace leading to a qualification registered on the NQF.

A learnership is outcomes-based and not time-based and allows for recognition of prior learning. Learnership duration varies but the average is about 18 months.

Note: In practice, to attain an artisan equivalent qualification (NQF level 4) four separate learnerships will have to be completed (i.e. qualifications at NQF levels 1, 2, 3 and 4 will have to be attained).

Conditions

  Learners may be existing employees or new entrants

  Learners must meet the entry requirements for the particular learnership as determined by the qualificationrequirements on which the learnership is based and learners must meet the selection criteria determined by the organisation taking on the learner

Process

Employers are workplace approved and are required to meet the pre registration criteria.
Training providers are accredited to provide the chosen learnership by the MERSETA ETQA
Qualified assessors are available (either in-house or contracted in)
Companies advertise learnership opportunities using the media of their choice.
Learners may apply following the company process as advertised
Prospective candidates and opportunity seekers are encouraged to upload their information on the Department of Labour online website as Employers/Companies may recruit from the Employment Services for South Africa (ESSS) data base
Learner is selected by the company recruitment process
Learnership agreement is signed between the employer, provider and learner (tripartite agreement)
Short-term employment contract is signed between the employer and the learner if the learner is unemployed
The learning programme and process is discussed and agreed to with the provider
Employer funds the learnership, through grants obtained from the MERSETA
Employer and provider provide relevant learning and experience, working closely to manage the learnership process
Learner is provided with support through mentoring and feedback
Learner is assessed by a qualified assessor(formative and summative assessments)
The merSETA Quality Assuror is called to undertake moderation of the assessment and internal moderation must be undertaken by the provider.
On successful completion of the learnership, a national qualification is awarded to the learner.
Learner receive a statement of results for unit standards achieved if learnership is not successfully completed.
Once the learnership is completed,the employer can decide whether to sign the learner on for a new learnership,employ the learner or release the learner for future employment by another organization, if he/she was originally unemployed.

Interested?

Should you not be contacted within 14 days prior to your submission, please consider your application unsuccessful.

 

Please send your CV, ID copy, Matric Copy, Medical Letter Confirming Nature of Disability to caylyn.chowles@isilumko.co.za  as soon as possible.