Duja Learnership: Providing Work Experience and Formal Qualifications

  • joub
  • Mar 09, 2023

duja banking learnershipLearnerships are essential components of companies’ BBBEE scorecards. These programmes provide candidates with practical experience and help them to obtain formal qualifications. Duja, a South African company, offers in-house and off-site learnerships to extend unemployed or employed candidates the opportunity to grow their skill set or obtain a formal qualification.

Recruitment, Assessment, Matching, and Placement of Candidates

The first step in the learnership process is recruitment. Duja assists companies in finding suitable candidates for their learnership programmes. After recruitment, candidates undergo an assessment process to determine their skills, abilities, and learning potential. Duja then matches candidates with the most suitable learnership programme available. Once candidates are placed in a learnership programme, they sign a contract and undergo an induction process.

Technical and Behavioural Skills Development

Duja learnerships provide candidates with technical and behavioural skills development. Technical skills refer to the knowledge and skills required to perform a specific job. Behavioural skills, on the other hand, are personal attributes that contribute to effective performance at work. Duja learnerships use a blended learning approach, which includes face-to-face and online facilitation, e-learning, and coaching. This approach enables candidates to develop their skills and knowledge in a variety of ways, catering to different learning styles.

Most Popular Learnership Options

Duja offers a variety of learnerships, of which the most popular options are General Management NQF level 3, 4, or 5, New Venture Creation NQF level 2 or 4, Office Administration NQF 3 or 4, and Debt Collection NQF 4. These learnerships are designed to provide candidates with the skills and knowledge required to excel in their chosen fields.

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Time, Attendance, Leave Management, HR/IR Services, and Payroll

Duja also provides time, attendance, leave management, HR/IR services, and payroll services to companies participating in their learnership programmes. This ensures that companies can focus on their core business while Duja manages the administrative aspects of the learnership programme.

Coaching and Mentoring Candidates

Coaching and mentoring are essential components of Duja’s learnerships and internships. Candidates receive guidance and support from experienced coaches and mentors who help them to develop their skills and knowledge. Coaching and mentoring ensures that candidates receive personalized attention and support, enabling them to reach their full potential.

Exit Programme and Placement Services

At the end of the learnership programme, Duja provides exit programme and placement services. Candidates undergo a final assessment to determine their readiness for the workplace. Duja then assists candidates in finding employment or further studies.


To apply for Duja’s learnership or internship programmes, interested candidates can contact Duja via phone at +27 12 460 9824 or email at [email protected]. Duja’s head office is located at 418 Anderson Street Menlo Park, Pretoria. Candidates can reach out to Duja for more information on available programmes, eligibility criteria, and application processes.


Duja’s learnerships and internships provide candidates with practical experience and formal qualifications. These programmes are essential components of companies’ BBBEE scorecards and help to address skills shortages in various industries. Duja’s end-to-end management of the programme and engagement with funders and SETA on behalf of the host employer ensure a seamless and effective learnership process. Companies looking to develop their employees’ skills and knowledge should consider partnering with Duja for their learnership and internship programmes.

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