About the MSDS (Military Skills Development System)
The Military Skills Development System, or also known by its shorter name MSDS, is a military-based programme that equips participants with knowledge to pursue a career serving the nation. Throughout the 2-year initiative, participants will obtain concrete knowledge of the department before being deployed internally or externally.
About the MSDS (Military Skills Development System) 2022 – South African Military Health Service
The MSDS (Military Skills Development System) is offering a chance to folks who are interested in being a part of the South African Military Health Service. The MSDS (Military Skills Development System) 2022 – South African Military Health Service is a remarkable opportunity for young individuals who wish to serve in uniform and are passionate about this particular department.
As a selected participant, you will be tasked with training sessions for a total duration of two years. During this period, you will receive both military and functional training to equip you with better knowledge of the department.
If you find this to be a suitable opportunity for you, don’t hesitate to register for the MSDS (Military Skills Development System) 2022 – South African Military Health Service.
The MSDS (Military Skills Development System) 2022 – South African Military Health Service is looking for capable candidates who meet the standards of the programme. Before signing up for the programme, candidates must cross check all of the requirements mentioned below. Each of these items will determined whether you’d make a good fit for the opportunity or not. To guarantee a successful applications, it’s advisable you meet all these items below.
The MSDS (Military Skills Development System) 2022 – South African Military Health Service Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Officially recognized as a citizen of South Africa
- Single at the moment (preferable)
- Is not bound to a certain area
- Does not have any criminal track records prior to this programme
- Fulfills the medical assessments
- 18-22 year old applicants must have Grade 12 qualification
- 18-26 year old applicants must have finished their 3-year tertiary qualification or N6 (must possess an N4 or N5 transcript)
- Has an Admission Point score of 17 (excluding Life Orientation).
Download application form: MSDS (Military Skills Development System) 2022 – South African Military Health Service.
After downloading the form, read the instructions carefully and skim through the queries before putting in your answers. All of the personal details you provide must be accurate to your current conditions. Any false information could effectively ruin your chances of getting selected for the programme.
Candidates must provide the following documents to support their applications:
- A copy of your Identity Document
- A copy of your Matric Certificate
- A brief Curriculum Vitae
- Your highest achieved qualifications (e.g. Degree/National Diploma/N6 (must attach N4 and N5 transcripts).
All of these documents must be included in your application dossier. Incomplete dossiers will automatically be disqualified by the selection committee.
Submit your applications via post to this address below:
SAMHS Recruitment Office, Department of Defence, SA Military Health Services, Private Bag
X102, Centurion, 0046
Please be kindly informed that all personal details will be kept in upmost confidentiality by the selection committee. The information will only be utilised for registration purposes.
Applications for the MSDS (Military Skills Development System) 2022 – South African Military Health Service must be submitted before the closing date on 30 July 2021.
With the closing date looming in, it’s important that you get a head start on your registration as soon as possible. This will leave you with a lot of time to carefully assess the contents of our application to see if all’s in order.
Announcements will only be made to shortlisted candidates. Should you not hear back from the selection committee by the very latest 31 December 2021, we regret to inform you that you have not been chosen for the programme.
Late applications will not be accepted by the selection committee. Submissions that are sent past the closing date will automatically be disqualified.
MSDS (Military Skills Development System) reserves the rights to make an appointment or not during the recruitment process. All decisions made by the selection committee are final.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the MSDS (Military Skills Development System) 2022 – South African Military Health Service, feel free to deliver them to the contact information provided below:
Telephone Numbers: +27 12 671 5053/5182/5199/5168