AVBOB is a mutual insurance group based in Bloemfontein that is mainly responsible for providing assistance within the funeral industry. Since its formation in 1918, the firm has become one Africa’s most reliable establishment that specializes in burial services and funeral insurance. Through the company’s organizations, the AVBOB has garnered the trust of more than 5.5 million people.
As a firm that is involved in the sensitive nature of bereavement, it is the employees’ duty to approach their clients in a sympathetic, customer-focused manner to fulfill their needs. With the power of teamwork and integrity in their operations, AVBOB continues to uphold their social responsibilities within South Africa.
About the AVBOB Long Term Insurance Learnership 2021-2022
AVBOB is welcoming South African individuals to receive a solid working foundation by partaking in their wonderful Long Term Insurance Learnership programmes. The AVBOB Long Term Insurance Learnership is designed to give participants the necessary “learning-by-doing” experience to better prepare themselves for the future working world. Learners will be subjected to a combination of theoretical assessments as well as practical training sessions in a real-time working environment. There will be supervisors available to guide you along the way as they track your progress through the entire programme.
In a joint collaboration with INSETA, the AVBOB Long Term Insurance Learnership will be conducted for 12 months. Interested candidates are expected to commit themselves fully to the entire duration of the programme. As you will be heavily involved in the Insurance industry, learners will rotate their way through the course and gain knowledge in each of the company’s job functions. These divisions include Client Services, Finance, Administration, Compliance, and Regulatory Affairs, Business Development, Marketing, Training, and Sales. Once you have finished your 140 credits in the learnership, you will be entitled to an NQF Level 4 Qualification – provided that you show remarkable progress during the learnership.
Note: accepted learners will begin the AVBOB Long Term Insurance Learnership starting from 1 February 2021. Once accepted, learners will be entitled to a monthly allowance to support their journey throughout the programme.
Interested candidates of the AVBOB Long Term Insurance Learnership will need to fulfill the eligibility criteria attached to this programme. Each of these items will determine whether you are well-deserving enough of the learnership or not. The selection committee reserves all rights to make an appointment or not and will be evaluating all candidates on a fair basis. Should you wish to guarantee a spot during the registration process, please pay attention to these following requirements.
The AVBOB Long Term Insurance Learnership Eligibility Criteria are as listed below:
- Officially recognized as a citizen of South Africa
- Between 18-35 years old at the time of the learnership
- Possess a legitimate Matric Certificate with these subjects below:
- Mathematics/Mathematics Literacy/Accounting
- Not pursuing an education qualification at the moment
- Owns their mode of transporation to get to the training center
- Has not participated in any learnership prior to this one
- Be prepared to work in any one of the company’s offices
- Displays impressive communication abilities
- Can work independently and in a team
- Has a proactive approach with their work ethic
- Has their personal smart phone or laptop
- Shows understanding in basic computer skills (e-mail, Internet, and MS. Office software).
1. AVBOB Long Term Insurance Learnership 2021-2022 (Bellville Life & George Life)
Location: Bellville, Western Cape
2. AVBOB Long Term Insurance Learnership 2021-2022 (Centurion and Montana)
Location: Pretoria, Gauteng
3. AVBOB Long Term Insurance Learnership 2021-2022 (Rustenburg)
Location: Rustenburg, North West
4. AVBOB Long Term Insurance Learnership 2021-2022 (Witbank)
Location: eMalahleni/Witbank, Mpumalanga
To apply for the learnership, you will need to create an account on the SkillsMap portal beforehand. Don’t forget to sign up by inputting your e-mail address and password. After creating your account, you will need to upload your Curriculum Vitae onto the portal. However, if you are experience some problems with the upload, you can reach out to the HR Administrator responsible for your online applications.
It is highly encouraged that you access any one of the aforementioned links on a laptop or computer. This is because the portal has not been optimized for mobile phones or tablet interfaces.
Once you have created your account, be sure to keep it safe with you at all times. Your account is an online medium that will store all of your valuable personal information and important documents. If your account falls into the wrong hands, someone else might misuse your. Never share your account credentials, especially your password, to someone else.
Applications for the AVBOB Long Term Insurance Learnership must be submitted before the closing date on 25 November 2020.
If this opportunity suits you well, it is advisable that you register as soon as possible. The selection committee has zero tolerance for late applications. Candidates discovered to be making their submissions past the deadline will automatically be diqualified from the programme.