Learnerships For Unemployed Matriculants At Standard Bank
Those unemployed matriculants who are now looking for learnerships opportunity to improve their skill both theory and mostly in-practice areas, should you apply for the learnership at Standard Bank which requirements are; (1) capability to perform English with all of its aspect, (2) the ages should be around 18 to 30, (3) you are a full-time unemployment who already completed the Matric, (4) hold qualification for BCom Internal Auditing or Internal Auditing, and (5) computer literacy. This actually is a 24 month learnership program that let its successful learners to participate within Internal Audit territory of the Bank to learn thoroughly anything that relates to internal auditing area.
However, the learning process is only conducted once the successful learners are not doing either their formal or informal training activity. Unemployed matriculants 2016 and 2021 who successfully join the learnership will be obliged to sign the contract not only for the learnership program but also fix term employment within 24 month. Although each of learner get no salary within the contract, but they will gain allowance from the learnership program for about R10,000 each month and for each duration of the learnership. At one time you successfully complete the learnership program, you are allowed to have accredited National Certificate for Internal Auditing.
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The requirements aside, unemployment matriculants should undergo these following checks; confirmation for the qualifications, RED (register of for employees dismissed) checks, both check for criminal record and credit, another check for work permit/citizenship, and previous employers’ reference check. In case you want to know, the recruitment process of the learnership covers completing assessments that are designed by the official. Ready for your application? Be sure to apply yourself online for the learnership opportunity simply before its closing date on January 11th 2016. Note, those who receives contact from the official before or by February 15th 2016 are considered as successful learners.