Fasset Learnership Agreement

A learnership agreement is a formal agreement between an employer, a learner, and a training provider that outlines the terms and conditions of a learnership program. A learnership is a work-based learning program that combines theoretical and practical training to help learners acquire a nationally recognized qualification.

The Finance and Accounting Services Sector Education and Training Authority (Fasset) in South Africa offers learnerships in the finance and accounting sector. The learnership agreement for a Fasset learnership would typically include the following details:

  1. The name of the employer, learner, and training provider
  2. The duration of the learnership program
  3. The specific qualification that the learner will be working towards
  4. The responsibilities and obligations of the employer, learner, and training provider
  5. The assessment and evaluation criteria for the learnership program
  6. The remuneration and benefits that the learner will receive during the learnership program
  7. The conditions under which the learnership agreement can be terminated
  8. The dispute resolution process in case of any conflicts

It is important for all parties to carefully read and understand the terms of the learnership agreement before signing it. If you are considering a Fasset learnership, you can contact Fasset or a registered training provider to obtain more information about the learnership program and the learnership agreement.

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