The National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) is an organization in South Africa that focuses on the development and empowerment of young people. It was established in 2009 through the merging of the National Youth Commission and the Umsobomvu Youth Fund. The NYDA operates under the Department of Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities. The primary goal of the NYDA is to create opportunities for the holistic development of young people in South Africa. This includes areas such as education, entrepreneurship, skills development, and social inclusion.
The agency aims to address the challenges faced by young people and promote their active participation in the country’s socio-economic development. NYDA provides various programs and initiatives to support youth empowerment. These include bursary programs, skills development training, entrepreneurship support, mentorship programs, and youth advisory services. The agency also advocates for youth-friendly policies and works closely with government departments, private sector partners, and civil society organizations to create an enabling environment for youth development.
About the NYDA Learnership 2023
NYDA is offering a 6-month learnership programme in collaboration with INSETA for those looking to improve their basic insurance and business abilities. In honor of youth month, the NYDA Learnership has established a partnership with the Insurance Sector Education Training Authority (INSETA) to create opportunities for unemployed youth living in the Mpumalanga Province.
The collaboration between NYDA and INSETA seeks to address the needs of young individuals in the Mpumalanga Province by equipping them with the necessary skills and knowledge in the insurance sector. Through this learnership, participants will have the opportunity to receive recognized accreditation in short-term insurance, enhancing their employability and opening doors to potential career prospects.
The NYDA Learnership offers candidates accredited Short-Term Insurance Skills (Level 4) and Basic Business Skills.
If you are confident about your decision to participate in the NYDA Learnership, feel free to proceed with the registration process! In case you are uncertain about your suitability for the program, there’s no need to worry. Simply review the requirements listed below and carefully assess how your qualifications align with the standards set by the selection committee. To increase your chances of being accepted, ensure that you meet all the specified criteria. While not meeting all the requirements may not result in automatic disqualification, it could potentially lower your chances of being accepted. Therefore, it is highly recommended to thoroughly evaluate your qualifications and strive to fulfill all the mentioned criteria.
The NYDA Learnership Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Ensure that you are a South African citizen
- Make sure you fall within the age range of 18 to 35 years
- Submit a certified copy of your Matric Certificate
- Provide a certified copy of your Identity document
- Submit a proof of address that is not older than 6 months
- Confirm that you have not previously completed or participated in any learnership programme
- Ensure your availability for the full duration of the programme, which is 6 months
- Applications from disadvantaged communities and designated groups are encouraged to apply.
Apply online: NYDA Learnership 2023.
Use Google Chrome as your preferred web browser to access the web address mentioned earlier (refer to the above information).
Alternatively, consider applying using your mobile phone as it offers greater convenience compared to a computer. If you have an Android operating system on your mobile phone, you can utilize Google Chrome as your web browser without the need for additional installations. Google Chrome comes pre-installed on Android devices.
To submit your application, you must create an account on the designated application portal. This account will be required throughout the registration process.
By submitting your application, you are consenting to the selection committee’s use of your personal information for registration purposes.
Applicants’ applications will undergo thorough examination and scrutiny to ensure their authenticity. Any individual found to have misrepresented any aspect of their application will be disqualified from participating in the registration period.
Candidates must submit their applications exclusively through the provided website link mentioned above. Submissions via alternative methods, such as hand delivery or fax, will be rejected by the selection committee.
Applications for the NYDA Learnershipmust be submitted before the closing date on 07 July 2023.
Late applications will not be tolerated by the selection committee under any circumstances. Any submissions received after the specified closing date will not be considered during the registration period.
It is strongly recommended that candidates submit their applications promptly. This will allow you sufficient time to carefully review and assess the information contained within your application. Please ensure that you prepare and submit your application as soon as possible.
During the recruitment process, NYDA retains the authority to make appointments or choose not to appoint any candidates. It is important to note that all decisions made by the selection committee are considered final and binding.
Do you have a question regarding the NYDA Learnership? Don’t hesitate to ask! Feel free to send in your enquiries and concerns to the contact person below:
Telephone Number: +27 87 158 5693