NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation) Security Learnership 2021-2022: Receive NQF Level 3 Qualification for Grade 12 Holders

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About the NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation)
NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation) is a South African establishment that strives to utilise the power of nuclear energy for sustainable and beneficial benefits that will greatly help their local communities. Since its formation, NECSA has been dedicating their efforts into finding out new ways to use nuclear technology to improve both national and regional development, focusing on socio-economic impacts.

At a glance, NECSA’s initiatives mainly revolve around figuring out how to implement nuclear technology within commercial means, researching the right technology for nuclear implementation, and promoting its awareness within the science department. All of this is done while staying committed to maintaining the health, safety, and care of their citizens.

About the NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation) Security Learnership 2021-2022
NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation) is offering a 12-month Security learnership programme for passionate and interested South African candidates. The NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation) Security 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.

As a learner, you will be prepared to understand the following modules:

  • Defining the standards for protecting a National Key Point
  • Carry out basic firefighting duties
  • Perform basic first aid treatment on the job
  • Demonstrate your understanding of firearms
  • How to handle and use a handgun
  • How to handle and use a shotgun
  • Control and fire a self-loading riffle or carbine
  • Use a firearm for commercial objectives
  • For business reasons, handle and operate a self-loading rifle or carbine
  • For commercial needs, you should be able to handle and utilize a shotgun.

Upon successful completion of the programme, you will be entitled to a National Certificate in General Security Practice (NQF Level 3). However, this is provided you are able to show progress in the modules mentioned above.

Please be kindly informed that the selection criteria will be taking place by following the terms as agreed in the Necsa equity plan, Skills Development Policies, and other relevant policies.

Eligibility Criteria
First and foremost, you must familiarize yourself with the NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation) Security Learnership’s eligibility standards. Each of these criteria will influence whether or not you would be an excellent candidate. In case you’d want to double-check your credentials, please refer to the list of qualifying prerequisites provided below. Ideally, if you want to enhance your chances of success, you should be able to meet all of the requirements on the following list.

The NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation) Security Learnership’s Eligibility Criteria are as follows:

  • Candidates must currently be between 18-30 years old
  • Must have a Matric (Grade 12) qualification
  • Officially recognised as citizens of South Africa
  • Does not have any prior criminal track record
  • Be prepared to undergo a series of written tests, interviews, physical fitness assessments as part of the selection criteria.

Application Instructions
Apply via email: [email protected] (NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation) Security Learnership 2021-2022).

Candidates will need to provide the following documents:

  • Your most comprehensive Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  • A certified copy of your RSA Identity Document
  • A certified copy of your Matric qualification.

All these documents should be included in your application dossier. Incomplete applications will not be considered for the programme.

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.

Closing Date
Applications for the NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation) Security Learnership must be submitted before the closing date on 23 November 2021.

The selection committee has a strict no-tolerance policy for late applicants. Submissions received after the deadline will not be recognized during the registration period.

Candidates should submit their applications as soon as feasible. This will give you enough time to thoroughly assess the contents of your applications. Please prepare your applications as soon as possible.

Announcements will only be made to shortlisted candidates. If you do not hear back from the selection committee within 30 days past the closing date, we regret to inform you that you have not been chosen for the learnership.

During the recruiting process, NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation) maintains the right to make or decline an appointment. The selecting committee’s choices are final.

Committee Details
Do you have a question regarding the NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation) Security Learnership? Don’t hesitate to ask! Feel free to send in your enquiries and concerns to Mr Clive Mokoena / Ms Shoni Mushoma:
Telephone Number: +27 12 305 3454/3381
Fax Number: +27 12 305 3601



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