About the Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency
The Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency, or commonly shortened to the ECPTA, is a government establishment that strives to promote sustainable tourism within the province. Recognizing the importance of responsibility in developing their province, the ECPTA aims to balance tourism and conservation. To achieve this, the establishment implements protective management of several areas, while at the same time, facilitating an environmentally-friendly method of marketing their tourism products. With all the management authority in their hands, the ECPTA make sure that both local and international tourists are given the ultimate Eastern Cape experience, and at the same time, supporting their residents and areas.
Assigned with heavy tasks and duties, employees under the ECPTA are expected to maintain certain personal attributes that reflects the establishment. Employees must respect not only their partners, but also their local communities and surrounding environment. Everyone is treated with the same high level of dignity, no matter what your background is. As an establishment that directly deals with the province’s lands, it is crucial that employees harbor a sense of harmony to achieve maximum conservation. This way, the ECPTA can achieve both sustainability and economic development in a healthy manner.
ECPTA (Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency) Learnership 2021
The Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency is giving out learnership to a number of participants passionate about maintaining their province’s environment. The ECPTA (Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency) Learnership is a fantastic opportunity to garner new knowledge and skills under a real-time working environment.
Learners will be subjected to an extensive curriculum consisting of theoretical assessments and practical working sessions. Assisted by professional experts in the field, learners can transform themselves into a more attractive asset in the future job market.
The ECPTA (Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency) Learnership is opening up positions for only 10 learners at the moment. Interested candidates must currently be in their 3rd year of studies. Additionally, candidates must finish their 1 year in-service training/WIL.
Candidates who wish to pursue the ECPTA (Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency) Learnership must fulfill an eligibility criteria that comes with this programme. Each of these items will be used by the selection committee to assess candidates on a fair basis. This is to ensure that equal opportunities are allocated to ideal candidates who appear suitable enough for this programme. Failure to present these qualifications will not get you automatically disqualified. However, it might put you in a risky position during the registration process.
The ECPTA (Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency) Learnership Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Possess an accredited qualification of at least 2 years (theory) in either Environmental Science or Nature Conservation
- Present your most updated Curriculum Vitae
- Has a letter of confirmation issued by your respective institutions
- Latest academic track record (not certified)
- Credible Matric certificate (not certified)
- A copy of your Identity Document (not certified)
- Proven to be a legitimate resident of N.B Eastern Cape.
Apply via e-mail: [email protected] (ECPTA (Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency) Learnership 2021)).
Electronic applications are to be submitted to the aforementioned email address. Alternatively, you can choose to send in your applications directly to the Learning and Development section. Do not forget to indicate your applications for the attention of Mr. Luzuko George.
Make sure that all of the required documents are provided. Each document should also represent your current conditions accurately. Candidates discovered to be providing false information about themselves in their applications will automatically be disqualified. Similarly, any missing documents from your application dossiers will have your registration rejected by the selection committee.
Applications for the ECPTA (Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency) Learnership must be submitted before the closing date on 12 November 2020.
The selection committee has absolute zero tolerance for late applications. Candidates sending in their applications past the deadline will not be acknowledged.
Therefore, if you feel this opportunity is most suitable for you, it is highly advised that you begin your applications as soon as possible.
The Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency does not entertain any false advertisements that misuse their name to conduct fraudulent activities. These scams typically ask unsuspecting victims for money in exchange for direct acceptance.
If you encounter any one of these scams lying around, please have them reported through these contact details:
- Fraud Hotline: +27 800 611 085
- Fraud E-mail Address: [email protected]
Additionally, you are more than welcome to have this reported to the local authorities to prevent any more victims from falling into the same scam.
Should you have any further enquiries or concerns about the ECPTA (Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency) Learnership, do not hesitate to deliver your questions to the provided contact information below.
Telephone Number: +27 43 492 0881 / +27 43 492 0849
E-mail Address: [email protected]
Eastern Cape Parks & Tourism Agency
17-25 Oxford Street
East London CBD
Eastern Cape Province