Aon is a professional firm that deals with a diverse insurance portfolio that mainly consists of retirement, health, and risk solutions. Despite their international presence, Aon has deep roots in South Africa as well. This gives the company a competitive edge as they have an in-depth understanding of how the country faces the topics pertaining to risk solutions. Headquartered in Sandton, Aon is made up of 800 employees scattered across 13 offices in the country. Everyone is equipped expertise knowledge of risk consulting, reinsurance broking, and benefit solutions. Constantly meeting the demands of the general public, Aon is on the right path to becoming peoples’ go-to insurance firm.
Aon – Insurance Learnership 2021
Aon is providing an Aon – Insurance Learnership for qualified South African individuals who would like to develop their working knowledge of the global industry. Based in Gauteng, the Aon – Insurance is offering 20 positions for students who are not employed by a formal company at the moment. During the learnership, participants will be subjected to a series of theoretical assessments and practical working sessions in a real-time company setting. With the help of professional experts, learners will be guided through their progress and understand what areas of learning they need to work on.
The Aon – Insurance Learnership will be conducted for a total period of 12 months. Upon successful completion of the programme, candidates will be awarded an NQF Level 4 qualification in Short Term Insurance. However, this is provided that learners display impressive skills during the learnership. Additionally, impressive learners will receive the chance to experience the real working life in one of these national offices:
- East London
- Cape Town
- Port Elizabeth
For application purposes, please kindly take note of the Aon – Insurance Learnership Reference Number: AON201130-1.
Candidates interested in the Aon – Insurance Learnership are required to fulfill an extensive eligibility criteria beforehand. Each of these items below will determine the success rate of your applications. It is also the same criteria that the selection committee will use to evaluate candidates on a fair and equal basis. If you wish to secure a spot during the registration period, it is advised that you meet these items below. Failure to do so might put your applications in a bad spotlight in the eyes of the selection committee.
The Aon – Insurance Learnership Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Completed their Matric qualification with flying colors
- Attained a minimum 50% score for Enlish
- Attained a minimum 50% score for 2nd Language
- Attained a minimum 50% score for Maths
- Not employed by a formal company at the time of learnership
- Officially recognized as a citizen of South Africa
- Between 18-25 years old at the time of learnership
- Prepared to be accredited as a FAIS representative.
Apply online: Aon – Insurance Learnership 2021.
Candidates interested in the Aon – Insurance Learnership will need to create an account on the registration portal. This account is crucial to your registration process. It contains all of your personal information and any supporting documents to accompany your applications.
Due to the sensitive nature of the account, it is highly advised that you keep your credentials a secret. Do not share your account information, especially your password, to anybody else. This minimizes the chances of someone hacking into your account and misusing the information you have provided.
Alternatively, you can choose to log in to the registration portal by using either your Google, Facebook, or LinkedIn accounts. The portal will automatically sync in the information you have provided in your external accounts. This helps to save some time with your registration process.
Applications for the Aon – Insurance Learnership must be submitted before the closing date on 18 December 2020.
The selection committee has absolute zero tolerance for late applications. Candidates discovered to be making their submissions past the deadline will not be acknowledged by the selection committee.
Since applications take place online, candidates are encouraged to proceed with their registration as soon as possible. This helps to prevent any unwanted incidents that could happen with last-minute applications (e.g. sudden heavy Internet traffic). It also leaves you with more time to double check your account details before sending in your applications.
The Aon – Insurance Learnership will be instilling the values they have set in the Employment Equity policies. These regulations will go both ways for internal and external recruitment procedures. The purpose behind this initiative is to promote equal opportunities for the company’s working staff, especially for employees of the company.
Therefore, the Aon – Insurance Learnership will be offering preference for internal candidates. Only after the company has fulfilled their Employment Equity goals will they start considering external candidates.
Candidates are to be aware that all appointments are to be made by Aon. The company holds all rights to recruit someone or not into their programme. All decisions by the selection committee are final.