About AGSA (Auditor-General of South Africa)
The Auditor-General of South Africa (AGSA) is the country’s supreme audit institution (SAI), which oversees all auditing activities. It is the sole entity mandated by law to audit and report on how the South African government spends the money provided by the taxpayers of the country. Throughout its history, the AGSA has emphasized this as its main objective since its foundation in 1911.
However, when the constitution went into force in 1996, the organization’s function and duties were enlarged, even more, allowing the institution to better fulfill its constitutional purpose. In terms of its constitutional mission, as the SAI of South Africa, the AGSA exists to promote South Africa’s democracy by facilitating supervision, accountability and governance in the public sector via auditing, consequently increasing public trust.
About the AGSA (Auditor-General of South Africa) Forensic Learnership 2022-2024
AGSA (Auditor-General of South Africa) is providing a 3-year learnership programme for candidates who want to develop their forensic skills and potential. The AGSA (Auditor-General of South Africa) Forensic Learnership will help you focus on creating a positive contribution to the forensics field as you undergo a series of theoretical assessments and practical working sessions to fully develop your talent. By joining this programme, you stand a chance to have a better understanding of not just your position, but also AGSA.
If you’re certain of joining the AGSA (Auditor-General of South Africa) Forensic Learnership, feel free to sign up! If you are still unsure whether you’d make a good fit, don’t worry. All you have to do is check the requirements below and re-check your qualifications with the selection committee’s standards. If you’d like to stand a chance of acceptance, make sure you fulfill all of the criteria that are mentioned. Failure to do so might not get you automatically disqualified, but it could reduce your chances of acceptance.
The AGSA (Auditor-General of South Africa) Forensic Learnership Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Has either one of these qualifications below:
- CA (SA)
- Accounting Degree
- RGA/Forensic Auditing Degree
- CTA Degree
- Legal Degree combined with Forensic Diploma
- Has prior experience that is relevant to the degree that you are pursuing (e.g. Auditing, Forensic, Legal etc).
Apply online: AGSA (Auditor-General of South Africa) Forensic Learnership 2022-2024.
It is advised that you use Google Chrome to visit the above-mentioned website.
Please type your most relevant replies into the proper spaces on the application site. All of the personal information you provide should be accurate and relevant to your current situation.
The information you provide will be reviewed by the whole selection committee. That is why you should double-check to ensure that there is no incorrect information. Any hint of candidates supplying incorrect information may put them in jeopardy.
By submitting your applications, you allow the selection committee permission to use your personal information to register you for the event.
Candidates must submit their applications using the above-mentioned website. Other methods of submission, such as personal delivery or fax, will be rejected by the selection committee.
Applications for the AGSA (Auditor-General of South Africa) Forensic Learnership must be submitted before the closing date on 30 November 2021.
Make sure you secure your application as soon as possie by registering early. The purpose behind this is to ensure that you have a safe position during the recruitment phase (however, it doesn’t guarantee immediate success).
The selection committee has zero tolerance for candidates who send in their applications late. All submissions sent past the closing date will automatically be disqualified.
AGSA (Auditor-General of South Africa) holds all rights to provide anyone with a job position or not. All decisions made by the selection committee are final.