About the LWR International
LWR International is an establishment that prides itself in offering value to their loyal clients. With a strong focus on uplifting the potential of people, LWR International aims to connect companies with the top candidates. Equipped with a strong understanding of the HR department, the firm can rely on their 25 years of experience as they continue to understand incoming challenges in the career department.
About the LWR International Systems Development (Coding) Learnership 2021-2022
LWR International is offering a Systems Development learnership specifically for people with disabilities who are interested in Information Technology. The LWR International Systems Development (Coding) Learnership is a 12-month opportunity based in Gauteng that allows participants to acquire new theoretical knowledge and practical working skills by being involved directly in the company environment.
As a learner, you will be tasked with the following responsibilities:
- Participating in the research, design, and implementation processes of upcoming software
- Assessing incoming programs
- Taking note of the areas requiring immediate modification and working on them
- Deploying the necessary coding
- Creating operational practicality for their software
- Fulfilling quality assurance processes
- Utilising the supporting software resources and procedures.
If you wish to register for the LWR International Systems Development (Coding) Learnership, there are several criteria that you must fulfill to be considered qualified for the programme. Each of these items below will equally determine whether you have what it takes to be a prospective learner throughout the course of the programme. To have a secure registration, make sure you fulfill all these items in the list below. Failure to do so might not get you disqualified, but it could put you in a negative spotlight throughout registration.
The LWR International Systems Development (Coding) Learnership Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
1. Basic Requirements
- Officially recognised as a citizen of South Africa by birth
- Originating from all races
- Currently between 18-34 years old
- Has a legitimate Diploma/Degree in the field of Information Technology – System Development
- Has a clear criminal track record
- Presents themselves in a professional manner
- Displays a strong command of English communication abilities
- Is unemployed and not pursuing a full-time study programme.
2. Advantageous Skills
Apply online: LWR International Systems Development (Coding) Learnership 2021-2022.
To get started, candidates should skim through the queries available on the online platform above. Each of these boxes should be filled in with correct, accurate information. Anyone discovered to be providing false statements could put their applications into a risky position.
Additionally, you will be asked to upload several documents, which includes your most recent Curriculum Vitae, academic transcripts, Driver’s License, Identity Document, Passport, and other applicable documents.
Most importantly, you will need to confirm whether you have a disability or not on the online platform.
Only submissions made through this online platform will be processed by the selection committee. Any applications sent through email or fax will not be acknowledged and will be ignored.
Applications for the LWR International Systems Development (Coding) Learnership must be submitted before the closing date on 30 October 2021.
If you find yourself to be a suitable candidates for the learning opportunity, we suggest registering as soon as possible. An early registration gives you time to double check the contents of your applications. This way, you can take a look at whether all of your application information is correct or not.
The selection committee has a strict policy against late applications. Anyone found to be making their submissions past the deadline will automatically be rejected from the registration period.
LWR International Systems Development (Coding) holds all rights to appoint anyone with a learnership programme or not. Failure to adhere to the rules and regulations could result in getting your applications disqualified.