For those who want to work in financial sector or in the banking industry, a chance to take part in FNB learnership will provide a fresh and good start. The learnership program is different from internship because you can get both educational learning experience as well as professional working experience. In the end, the program can enrich your knowledge and experience so you can improve your own personal qualification and skills.
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About the Program
FNB is short for First National Bank that is a part of First Rand Limited. FNB alone is one of the biggest banks in the country. They are usually offering FNB learnership in the fields of Bank Teller, Accounting, Treasury Analyst, Testing, Loans Officer, Finance Advisor, IT Business Analyst, Customer, and so much more.
The program has its own standard as the basic skill and qualification measurement. The general requirements for this FNB learnership program are:
- The candidates must be the citizens of South Africa – and they must be able to show the proof through the documentation
- They must have completed Matric
- They have to complete a Diploma or Degree qualification within the field that they are applying for
- They must not have any criminal record
- They must be able to work under pressure or meet the deadlines
- They must have good communication skills
- They must be competent and thorough within their work
- They should have the ability to plan tasks and do administrative jobs
- They must be able to deliver professional outcome and service
- They must be able to work individually or in a team
- They must be reliable and trustworthy
- They must have good working ethic
- They must be innovative and creative
- They must be helpful and friendly
Keep in mind that candidates must meet ALL the requirements. Any failure in meeting one aspect alone can lead to their application to be neglected and disregard. Naturally, the candidates won’t be considered for the next (or further stage) of the application.
The Application Process
Be advised that different companies would have different application processing so be sure to pay attention to this matter – at least to prevent errors and mistakes. For the FNB learnership, the application is taking place online. You can apply through this link or through this link. During the application, you may be asked to submit and upload some supporting documents. Be sure to prepare the scan. The documents may include:
- A motivational letter
- A CV
- A certified copy of Diploma or Degree certificate
- A certified copy of Matric certificate
- A certified copy of South African document identity
The supporting documents may not be limited to those documents above so always be prepared if you are required to submit more.
The learnership program generally runs on an annual basis, so expect that the opening date to happen somewhere in May. The application stage lasts between May and August so you should have a heads-up around these months. Those who are considered successful for the requirements would be contacted immediately. In the event that you haven’t contacted within 3 months after the deadline, consider your application to be unsuccessful.
Any inquiry regarding the program or anything related to it can be sent through their contact form. You can reach them at https://www.fnb.co.za/ to learn more about this FNB learnership program.