City of Cape Town Training and Development Student Opportunities (Learnerships from 12 up to 24 months)

City of Cape Town Training and Development Student Opportunities (Learnerships from 12 up to 24 months)

City of Cape Town Training and Development Student Opportunities (Learnerships from 12 up to 24 months)

Students will receive an allowance as per the following programmes: Graduate Internship Programme (GIP): R51.73 per hour Work Integrated Learning (WIL): R32.91 per hour Skills: R32.91 per hour

Requirements: Skills Programme- Fixed Term Contract

  • Grade 10/11/ National Senior Certificate (Grade12/Matric)/ N1 – N5/ Level 2-4

The programme gives practical exposure to candidates with the the objective of providing structured experiential learning opportunities

Work Integrated Learning (WIL) – Fixed Term Contract

  • National Certificate – N6 (WIL/In-service Training)
  • Institutions of Higher Learning – Letter from the Institution requesting WIL (In-service training), Transcript (Academic results)

The City offers a program which integrates academic learning with its application in the workplace where such learning is a specific requirement to obtain a formal qualification. This work experience is usually defined, with clear learning outcomes and is formally known as In-Service Training.

Graduate Internship Programme (GIP)- Fixed Term Contract

  • A 3 year Diploma/National Diploma (from a registered University or University of Technology) or from accredited academic institution of higher learning.
  • Advanced Diploma/ B-tech
  • Degree
  • Honours
  • Masters

The City offers graduate internship programmes to graduate students who have completed their qualification at an Institution of Higher Learning (University/ University of Technology). The programme may be either part time or full time for the purpose of skills transfer

Learnerships from 12 up to 24 months

  • Grade 12 additional requirements may vary depending on type of Learnership

The City offers vocational education and training programmes to facilitate the linkage between structured learning and work experience in order to obtain a registered qualification. It combines theory and workplace practice into a qualification that is registered on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF).

The City invites suitably qualified unemployed candidates, who meet the relevant minimum requirements to apply for the Internship Programme. Only Students permanently residing within the jurisdiction of Cape Town are eligible to apply.

Preference will be given to graduates from universities, technical universities, colleges and TVET colleges, in the jurisdiction of Cape Town. Interns must not be enrolled for further studies coinciding with the internship period with the exception of PhD and Doctoral students.

DEADLINE: 02 August 2024



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