FNB Learnership for Better Future and Career

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People who are unemployed but want to improve their standard of life (and future career) can think about joining FNB learnership program. This is a program that is designed for people who are interested in the banking industry. The learnership program has both theoretical basic as well as a direct practice so candidates can have a thorough education and hands-on experience at the same time.

About the Program

FNB or First National Bank is a part (a division) of First Rand Limited. It has been one of the big four banks in South Africa. The company designed and created FNB learnership program to help unemployed youth improve their skills and abilities. They are seeking for potential candidates who want to work in financial or banking sector.

The learnership is usually offered within these subjects:

  • Debt Counselor
  • Accounting
  • Customer Service
  • ATM Technician
  • Treasury Analyst
  • Information Technology
  • Bank Teller
  • Testing
  • Loans Officer
  • Business Analyst
  • Project Management
  • Marketing Manager
  • Branch Manager
  • IT Business Analyst
  • Home Loan Officer
  • Finance Advisor

The Requirements

Every learnership program has its own standard measurement and processing. For this FNB learnership program, the candidates need to meet these following general and basic requirements:

  • The candidates must be the citizens of South Africa that is proven by valid ID document
  • They must have completed Matric and have the certificate
  • They must have completed a Diploma or Degree qualification within the field that they are applying for
  • They must have a clear criminal record
  • They must be able to work under pressure and also meet the deadlines
  • They must have good communication skills with friendly manner
  • They must be competent and thorough within their work
  • They must be ethical and have excellent working ethic
  • They must be able to do planning and administrative tasks
  • They must be able to deliver and perform professional services
  • They must have flexible working abilities – able to work in a team or individually
  • They must be reliable and trustworthy
  • They must be innovative
  • They must take responsibility and accountability for their actions
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Be advised that any failure to meet one of these requirements will lead to your application being ignored and finally rejected.

How to Apply

Candidates need to perform an online application. They can go to this link or to this link. They may be asked to complete the application form as well as uploading these following supporting documents:

  • A CV
  • A motivational letter
  • A certified copy of ID document
  • A certified copy of Matric certificate
  • Certified copies of qualifications, including Diploma or Degree certificate

The program is generally offered on a yearly basis. The opening date may take place in May while the deadline may take place in August. Be advised, though, that each year’s processing and screening may be different from year to year. It would be a good idea if the interested candidates can have a regular check to the website so they know the availability as well as the opening (and closing) date of the program.

Candidates are required to understand the concept and mechanism of the program in details before they send their application. If they want to contact the company for more info or further questions about FNB learnership program, they can reach out to https://www.fnb.co.za/

 

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