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RTIA learnership is designed and dedicated for unemployed youth to experience a professional working situation and condition that can enrich their qualification and skills. Naturally, there are some requirements for the general screening process but the standards have been designed and created to get the most qualified and potential candidates only.
About the Program
RTIA or Road Traffic Infringement Agency is offering a learnership program and chance aimed to the South African unemployed youth so they can have a better future – and also a better employment opportunity for the future reference
The RTIA learnership program runs for 12 months and candidates will get R5,000.00 a month for salary. Every year, there are different programs, positions, and placement. For this year, the position is being focused in Midrand. However, if you are interested in such a program, the agency is generally providing it on a yearly basis. You should have a regular check to the official website. You can also send an email regarding the enquiries to the following email address.
- The candidates must be the citizens of South Africa
- They must be between 18 and 35 years old
- They must be (currently) unemployed
- They must not study (full time or part time) in any institutions or taking any subject
- They must have not taken part in any internship or learnership program
- They must have Grade 12 certificate, having a C symbol (minimum) in Mathematics and English or Mathematical Literacy.
- They must have the dedication, determination, and passion in the program
- They must be willing to take part in the uninterrupted program for 12 months
- They should be ready to make deals with the RTIA as well as doing counter-service in RTIA upon the qualification completion and don’t have other bursary helps or funding.
- They should have a proof of family income or earning (if they are employed). If they aren’t, they should include an affidavit.
How to Apply
Be advised that candidates must understand the reference number. The number will be used when application is delivered. Along with the reference number, you also need to include a certified copy of Grade 12 certificate, a certified copy of identity document, a CV, and also statement of results (or academic records). The application should be sent to [email protected].co.za. You can also send it to Human Resources Division, PO Box 6341, Halfway House, 1685.Another alternative is to hand-deliver it to Waterfall Edge B, Howick Close, Waterfall Office Park, Bekker Road, Midrand.
The agency is strongly encouraging and inviting applicants from Whites, coloreds, Indians, females, unemployed youth, and disabled candidates would be given a priority. Be advised that the incomplete application (especially related to the required supporting documents) will result to your application would not be considered. Only shortlisted candidates would be contacted. In the event that you don’t hear anything within 30 days, then consider your application to be rejected and unsuccessful.
If you have further questions, you can contact Mr Ignatius Chavalala at 087 2877998. The deadline for RTIA learnership is on Friday, October the 11th 2019 before 16.30 PM.