About Port Shepstone High School
Port Shepstone High School is an institution that has strived to provide high-quality education for a range of students in South Africa. Since its establishment in 1953, the co-educational institute has been offering curriculums that reflect the country’s cultural, ethnic, and social values. Supporting well-rounded individuals, the school aims to not just produce academically well students, but also valuable members of their communities.
About the Port Shepstone High School Mathematics Learnership 2021
Port Shepstone High School is offering an extensive learnership programme for matriculants (past/present) who are passionate about the subject of Mathematics. The Port Shepstone High School Mathematics Learnership is a great opportunity for anyone looking to be trained as a qualified Maths teacher while pursuing their studies at UNISA.
Additionally, the learnership opens up doors for anybody who wish to obtain financial aid while studying and searching for possible means of employment as well. If you think you have what it takes to assist Maths teachers in the classroom and become an integral part of the dynamic school intern team, feel free to register for the learnership.
Candidates interested in the Port Shepstone High School Mathematics Learnership 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 learnership. 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 Port Shepstone High School Mathematics Learnership Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Recognised as a Matriculant (past or present)
- Has obtained a score of at least Level 5/60% for Mathematics
- Has registered for their studies in B.Ed Maths (FET Phase) at UNISA/Northwest University.
Apply via email: [email protected] (Port Shepstone High School Mathematics Learnership 2021).
If you think this learnership’s right for you, feel free to send in the documents below:
- Your letter of application
- 2-Page Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- A copy of your most recent school report.
All of these documents should be included in your application dossier. Incomplete dossiers will be disqualified by the selection committee.
When sending in your applications, be sure to include “Maths Intern” in the Subject Line. This will help the selection committee easily find your applications in their inbox.
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.
Candidates must process their applications by sending the documents above through the email mentioend above. Submissions made through other methods, such as hand delivery or fax, will not be accepted by the selection committee.
Applications for the Port Shepstone High School Mathematics Learnership must be submitted before the closing date on 15 October 2021.
Make sure to send in your applications as soon as possible after receiving them. It is preferable to submit your application as early as possible in order to ensure a spot during the registration period. Furthermore, it helps to avoid any unwelcome surprises at the last minute, such as unexpectedly high Internet traffic or misplaced documents.
Applications for the program must be received prior to the deadline to be considered. Last-minute applications will not be accepted, and submissions of this nature will be rejected from consideration by the selection committee.
During the recruitment phase, Port Shepstone High School retains the right to appoint anyone to any position. The selecting committee’s conclusions are final and binding on all parties involved.