Gijima is a an ICT company in South Africa that specialises in Cloud and Outsourcing, Human Capital Management & Training, Systems Integration, Cybersecurity, and other services. The firm is fluent in not just the knowledge behind IT technology, but also its implementation. By utilising the right kinds of technologies together, Gijima is able to bring out something special in the clients they work with. Uplifting the potential of their black unemployed youths, Gijima is a well-qualified employed within the local and international IT industry.
About the Gijima System Support Learnership 2021
Gijima is offering fifteen (15) learnership programmes for unemployed South African male/female citizens who are currently residing in the Gauteng region. The Gijima System Support Learnership is a remarkable learnership that equips you with the foundation of this sector. Throughout the programme, you will be subjected to a structured curriculum that combines both theoretical assessments and practical working sessions held in a real-time company setting. Under the guidance of professional training providers, you will be encouraged to show immense progress as you work your way to a qualification.
The Gijima System Support Learnership is available for the following recipients:
- 8X African (Male/Females)
- 3X Indian (Male/Females)
- 4X Coloured (Male/Females)
If you find this to be a suitable opportunity for you, don’t hesitate to register for the Gijima System Support Learnership.
Candidates interested in the Gijima System Support Learnership must fulfill an eligibility criteria before proceeding with their applications. Each of these items below will determine whether you have what it takes to proceed with this learnership. To guarantee a successful application, candidates are advised to meet all of the following requirements. Failure to do so will cause disadvantageous consequences towards the overall result of your applications. Be sure to jot down these items for personal reference.
The Gijima System Support Learnership Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Officially recognized as a citizen of South Africa
- Between 18-35 years old
- Currently unemployed
- Has an English and Mathematics qualification at NQF Level 4
- Possesses exposure to computing
- Has access and can use a personal computer
- Fulfill the MICT SETA entry requirements.
Apply online: Gijima System Support Learnership 2021.
On the application portal, please skim through the queries before filling them in with the appropriate information. Make sure the details you provide correctly represent you current conditions.
Additionally, you will need to upload the following documents onto the portal:
- A certified Identity Document
- A certified Matric Certificate
- Your most recent Curriculum Vitae
- Your certified tertiary qualificaitons.
All of these documents must be included in your application dossier. Incomplete dossiers will not be considered by the selection committee.
By sending in your applications, you are hereby giving permission to the selection committee to have your personal information utilized for registration purposes.
Applications will be subjected to further evaluation and vetting procedures to verify the validity of candidates. Anyone discovered to be falsifying any aspects of their applications will be disqualified from the registration period.
Candidates must process their applications through the portal provided above. Submissions made through other methods, such as email or fax, will not be accepted by the selection committee.
Applications for the Gijima System Support Learnership must be submitted before the closing date on 31 May 2021.
The selection committee has absolute zero tolerance for late applications. Submissions made past the closing date will not be acknowledged during the registration period.
Candidates are advised to send in their applications as soon as possible. This will leave you with some time to properly evaluate the contents of your applications. Kindly prepare your applications at your earliest convenience.
Gijima reserves the rights to make an appointment or not during the recruitment process. All decisions made by the selection committee are final.