eDEAF IT Learnership

eDEAF is one of the leading provider of skills development in South Africa. What are the differences between eDEAF and other educational skills development in South Africa? Specifically, eDEAF focuses on employing and empowering those who are deaf to get the same quality of training and also working opportunities than those who are not. Apparently, there are not many training providers which can assist the deaf to have proper education and training, therefore, there exists eDEAF IT learnership.

In addition, this learnership has been seen as an innovate and also dramatic developmental for the deaf organization to ensure that they have gained the same right and opportunities in having the improved future career. Generally, there are some available learnerships provided by eDEAF. However, in this occasion, the writer is going to explain more about eDEAF IT learnership.

In the following, there will be all the details about eDEAF IT learnership and what you need to prepare to make yourself eligible for the position.

eDEAF IT Learnership
eDEAF IT Learnership on eDEAF

Programme Description

Job Title: eDEAF IT Learnership

Position: The Technical Support

Recruiter: eDEAF




Cape Town


Type of work: 12 months contract


Consequently, participating in eDEAF IT learnership gains you some of these following benefits for the duration of the learnership per se.

  • The applicants will get section 12(h) tax rebate for R120 000,00.
  • Besides, they will also gain “Youth Wage Subsidy” up to 50% of the employees remuneration up to the maximum of R1000,00 per employee monthly
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Moreover, for the End User Computing Learnership (NQF 3), there will be 10 different modules that all applicants must pass and complete, as seen in the following.

Module 1 – Communication Skills

Module 2 – Numeracy Skills

Module 3 – Ms. Words

Module 4 – Ms. PowerPoint

Module 5 – Ms. Excel

Module 6 – Ms. Outlook

Module 7 – Internet

Module 8 – Integrated Communication

Module 9 – End User Computing Application

Module 10 – Ict and Society

Meanwhile, for the IT Technical Support (NQF 4), here are the modules that you will be dealing with.

Module 1 – Communication Skills

Module 2 – Numeracy Skills

Module 3 – Maintenance and Safety of A Computer Environment

Module 4 – Basic Computing

Module 5 – Understanding Computer Networks

Module 6 – Organizational It Concepts

Module 7 – Problem Solving and Customer Care

Module 8 – Understanding Computer Technical Solutions


In addition, some documents are also compulsory for all applicants to provide in order to be eligible for the eDEAF IT learnership, as follows.

  • A certified copy of identity document
  • Certified copies of school report
  • A comprehensive Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  • SARS tax number
  • Certified copy of bank statement

Further, to apply, you can just go and visit the official website at www.edeaf.co.za and apply there. Thus, when you find it hard to understand or have no idea to communicate, you can book an interpreter who is the expert in the field to communicate well in sign languages.


Moreover, for further information, you can contact [email protected]. Alternatively, you can also visit the official website at www.edeaf.co.za.

Closing Date

To sum up, there is no exact date on when the eDEAF IT learnership will end. Therefore, you should have submitted your documents before the quota is vacant.