SBV Learnership Programmes and Careers

If you want to work in security and also money moving industry at the same time, an opportunity to take part in SBV Learnership may be the best option that you can make. Not only you can gain the knowledge and the experience without spending a fortune, but you can also get a valuable insight about the industry. It will enrich your qualification and skills, enabling you to go higher and further from your position today.

About the Program

SBV has its own Learning Academy and they have developed many training programs with their partners. They also have their own learnership program that is designed to attract potential and promising unemployed youth to participate in their training sessions. People with disabilities or unemployed individuals are encouraged to apply because they are the main reasons why the program was created from the first place.

Be advised that the programs may be different from year to year – and they are probably divided into various divisions and departments. As a result, the detailed requirements and deadline may be different. But they are all sharing the same ideas and purpose: to attract and train potential work force so they can experience a true development and growth within their own. In general, the program will last for one year (12 months).

The Requirements

There are several basic requirements that all candidates need to meet in order to be qualified for this SBV Learnership program. The requirements are:

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  • The candidates must be the citizens of South Africa – will be proven with a valid and legit ID document
  • They must be less than 30 years old
  • They must not have any criminal record
  • They must have completed Grade 12
  • They must have Grade 12 Certificate with a pass level of at least level 4 in English as well as a pass in Mathematics or Maths literacy
  • They must not have any criminal record
  • They must have a clear credit record
  • If they have a level 3 minimum for Accounting, it would be an added point
  • Priority and preference would be given to disabled candidates

Other requirements would include:

  • The participants must attend 7-days (compulsory) training during the first year period
  • They must be unemployed
  • They must be able to present a professional attitude or image
  • They must not take part in any training, learnership, or educational learning during the learnership period

How to Apply

There are two major ways on how the candidates can apply for this SBV Learnership programme. Besides sending their application letter, they also need to accompany it with supporting documents. The supporting documents include:

  • A comprehensive and updated CV
  • A certified copy of the South African ID document
  • A certified copy of Senior Certificate or Matric Certificate
  • A reference or testimonial

Be advised that these supporting documents must be complete. A missing article or copy will result in the application being ignored and rejected.

Submission can be done through email or by hand delivery. If via email, they can send it to [email protected] intended to Desiree Madella. If via hand delivery, it can be delivered to Kimbereley HR Office, 17 Rutherford Road, Ashburnham, Kimberley 8201. Pay detailed attention to the procedures for SBV Learnership so they can succeed.

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More information about careers in SBV, feel free to contact SBV service provider PNet on 010 140 3099 or email [email protected]

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