How do I get my learnership from SETA?

To get a learnership from SETA, you will need to follow these steps:

  1. Identify the SETA that is relevant to the industry or occupation you want to pursue a learnership in. SETAs (Sector Education and Training Authorities) are responsible for promoting skills development and training within specific industries in South Africa.
  2. Research the learnerships that are available in your chosen industry or occupation. You can do this by visiting the SETA website or contacting them directly.
  3. Apply for the learnership that you are interested in. Most SETAs have an online application process, but you can also submit a hard copy application if necessary. Make sure you meet the minimum requirements for the learnership, which may include a certain level of education or relevant work experience.
  4. If your application is successful, you will be invited for an interview and possibly a skills assessment. This is to determine if you are a suitable candidate for the learnership.
  5. If you are accepted into the learnership, you will sign a contract with the employer or training provider who will be providing the training. The contract will outline the terms and conditions of the learnership, including the duration, the training program, and the stipend or salary you will receive.
  6. Attend the training program and complete the required assessments and workplace experience to successfully complete the learnership. Upon completion, you will receive a certificate or qualification that is recognized in your industry.
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