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Gijima learnership program offers a professional opportunity for those who are interested in communication and information industry. The program is held by Gijima, one of the South African black owned companies with so many clients. With more than 2,000 staffs and a solid professional background, the company offers the learnership programs within the IT sector.
About the Company
The learnership program offers a study opportunity as well as professional chance for the candidates so they can improve their personal qualifications and skills. It is expected that after they have completed the program, they can have a higher qualification that can help them with better career and also better future.
Through Occupational and Environmental services, the company has a lot to offer, especially to the unemployed youth. As one of the leading companies in South Africa as well as many clients in financial, manufacturing, retail, and mining industries from both private and public sectors, they are opening Gijima learneship program in several subjects and fields. Some of the most common programs are:
- ICT Networking and Security
- People Management
- Information Technology
- Information Technology Business Leadership
- Communications Technology
Of course, there are still more programs and subjects offered if you check the official website. The mentioned subjects above are only examples of the most popular ones. The learnership usually lasts for 24 months. But again, it depends on the programs and the subjects. The selected candidates must make an agreement before the learnership is implemented.
- The candidates must be the citizens of South African
- They must have a valid Matric certification or Grade 12 certification (level 5 NSC)
- They must have a minimum C symbol for Mathematics and English – NOT Mathematical Literacy
- They must have a valid and legal card or book or ID document
- They must not have a bad credit or criminal record
- They must have a degree or a diploma within the chosen applicable fields
- They must be willing to follow the directions, including relocation, if required
How to Apply
Not only candidates must meet all the requirements set by the admission board (and possibly extra requirements during further stage), but they can also access the application online through the company’ official website. Candidates are expected to submit a CV (3 pages) along the application letter.
Be advised that candidates must prepare the documents completely – they must prepare the softcopy as well as the hardcopy versions in case they need to upload those documents. Certified copies documents must accompany the application. Communication is done and built by successful candidates. Those who aren’t contacted by the admission board within a month after the deadline must consider themselves to be unsuccessful.
Depending on the programs and subjects, the deadline can be various. But in general, the deadline takes place in September. Be advised, though, that the company doesn’t offer the learnership program on a yearly basis so you should carefully check the official website to learn whether the program is available or not and when the closing (and opening) date. If you want to know more about Gijima learnership program, check it at https://www.gijima.com/.