About IPID (Independent Police Investigative Directorate)
The IPID (Independent Police Investigative Directorate) is an establishment that is responsible for overseeing the policing systems and to ensure that respect is maintained for existing laws. As an independent body, IPID conducts quality investigations towards members of the South African Polices Services and Metro Police Services who have been suspected of carrying out criminal offences. With a huge task on the shoulders, IPID ensures that their line of work follows the appropriate standards as set under the IPID Act. More importantly, IPID strives to perform the work by only following the highest level of professionalism and integrity. Taking several values such as independence, mutual respect, transparency, commitment, and equity into great importance, IPID is a well-rounded establishment that brings justice onto human dignity.
About the IPID (Independent Police Investigative Directorate) WIL (Work Integrated Learning) 2021-2022
IPID (Independent Police Investigative Directorate) is offering WIL (Work Integrated Learning) programmes for unemployed graduates in different qualifications. The IPID (Independent Police Investigative Directorate) WIL (Work Integrated Learning) programmes is a list of opportunities that are especially conducted to train graduates for their preferred line of works. Participants will be given a set of responsibilities to perform as they put in their effort into this programme. Throughout the opportunity, participants will be eligible for a monthly stipend of R5 066. If you find this to be a suitable opportunity for you, don’t hesitate to register for the IPID (Independent Police Investigative Directorate) WIL (Work Integrated Learning).
Candidates interested in the IPID (Independent Police Investigative Directorate) WIL (Work Integrated Learning) 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 programme. 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 IPID (Independent Police Investigative Directorate) WIL (Work Integrated Learning) Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
1. Basic Requirements
- Currently between 18-35 years old
- Unemployed during the time of the programme
- Graduated from a South African University and Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) College
- Has not received and work experience prior to this.
2. Educational Qualifications (differs based on each post)
- Bachelor in Supply Chain Management or Logistics – NQF 7
- Bachelor of Technology in Forensic Science
- National Diploma in Internal Audit
- Bachelor Degree in Human Resource Management – NQF 7
- Bachelor of Laws
- N6: National Certificate in Public Management
- National Diploma in Public Relations or Bachelor in Communication Science
- National Diploma in Policing / Bachelor of Criminology
- Bachelor of Technology in Forensic Science
Download application form: IPID (Independent Police Investigative Directorate) WIL (Work Integrated Learning) 2021-2022.
Interested candidates are required to submit their applications on the Z83 Application Form provided above. Alternatively, you can obtain this form directly from any Public Service Departments.
Read the application instructions carefully and skim through all of the queries. Be sure to pay attention to everything before filling in the application form. Kindly provide personal information that correctly represents your current conditions. Candidates must also mention the field they are applying for on the form.
Additionally, candidates are required to provide the following documents:
- A brief CV (Curriculum Vitae)
- Original certified copies of your available qualifications
- A valid letter issued by a TVET College indicating your required work reference (for TVET Graduates)
- Identity Document
- An affidavit that confirms you have not taken part in other similar programmes prior to this one
- Legitimate proof of address.
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.
Each application submissions must mention the respective reference number. Submissions must be made through the email address that is mentioned under each post.
Candidates must process their applications through the emails provided above. Submissions made through other methods, such as hand delivery or fax, will not be accepted by the selection committee.
Applications for the IPID (Independent Police Investigative Directorate) WIL (Work Integrated Learning) must be submitted before the closing date on 19 March 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.
IPID (Independent Police Investigative Directorate) reserves the rights to make an appointment or not during the recruitment process. All decisions made by the selection committee are final.