About the SABC (South African Broadcasting Corporation)
The SABC, short for the South African Broadcasting Corporation, is an establishment that is responsible for providing credible radio and television services. Under official legislative acts that regulates the flow of communications in the country, the SABC is committed to providing quality content to its general audience. At the moment, the SABC houses approximately 19 radio stations and a total of 5 television channels. With the increase of newer kinds of content in the upcoming generations, the SABC is ready to deliver all that responsibly.
About the SABC (South African Broadcasting Corporation) Film & Television Production Learnership 2021
The SABC (South African Broadcasting Corporation) is offering a learnership for South African individuals who are passionate about Film & Television Production. The SABC (South African Broadcasting Corporation) Film & Television Production Learnership is a remarkable opportunity that will equip you with a strong foundation in this particular field. Like most learnerships, selected participants will be subjected to a series of theoretical assessments and practical working sessions that will strengthen your knowledge of Film & Television Production. With the help of professional training providers by your side, your progress will be taken note of and you will receive feedback to improve your potential.
The SABC (South African Broadcasting Corporation) Film & Television Production Learnership is currently available for youths who have finished their Grade 12 qualifications with flying colors. The programme will be conducted in the Gauteng Province. Upon successful completion of the programme, learners will be entitled to an NQF Level 5 National Certificate (SAQA ID 58394). This qualification, as well as the exposure you shall receive, will boost your chances of finding a solid career in the Film & Television Production world. If the world of film and television catches your interest and attention, this learnership is the right opportunity for you.
Interested candidates of the SABC (South African Broadcasting Corporation) Film & Television Production Learnership are more than welcome to give this opportunity a try. However, there is an eligibility criteria that all candidates must fulfill before starting on your applications. Each of these items will determine how successful your application is. Failure to meet all these items may potentially cause disadvantageous consequences towards the overall results of your registration. Be sure to jot down everything in the following list.
The SABC (South African Broadcasting Corporation) Film & Television Production Learnership Eligibility Criteria is as stated below:
- Officially recognized as a citizen of South Africa
- Between 18-35 years old at the time of registration
- Unemployed at the time of learnership
- Not participating in other learnership, internship, or WIL programmes
- Originating from Gauteng Province
- Possesses the relevant qualifications with minimal requirement
- Has a Grade 12 qualification
- Displays efficient communication abilities
- Shows multi-language skills
- Pursued the subjects of Maths and Physical Science
- Understands basic Computer Literacy
- Available for irregular working hours
- Can travel to other regions when required
- Willing to follow all assessments pertaining to Audio, Visual, and Aptitude skills.
- Candidates who are unemployed/do not have qualifications but have prior experience in the Film & Television field are encouraged to register for the programme
- Candidates who are considered to be disadvantaged and originating from non-disadvantaged communities/backgrounds are more than welcome to give this learnership a chance.
Take a look at this provided link for the SAQA ID: 58394 Qualification Requirements (SAQA).
Download application form: SABC (South African Broadcasting Corporation) Film & Television Production Learnership 2021.
Candidates are required to complete the aforementioned application form to proceed with the registration process. The information you provide should be accurate and reflect your current conditions. Candidates founds to be falsifying any aspects of their applications forms or leave out any required information will be disqualified from registration.
Additionally, candidates are expected to prepare these following documents to support your applications:
- A brief CV (Curriculum Vitae) that does not exceed 2 pages
- A valid copy of your Identity Document
- A valid copy of your Grade 12 qualification
- Legitimate proof of residence.
All these documents above should be included in your application dossier. Any incomplete dossiers can potentially put your applications in a risky situation and will most likely not pass the selection.
Submit your full application dossier to this following e-mail address: [email protected]. Make sure that you put “Ref: Film&TV-GP/001” on the E-mail Subject Line and Application Form before sending your applications. This will help the selection committee easily identify your applications in their inbox.
Alternatively, you can also directly send in your application dossier to the SABC office that is nearest to your residence.
Unfortunately, the closing date for the SABC (South African Broadcasting Corporation) Film & Television Production Learnership is not specified.
Therefore, if you feel this opportunity is the most suitable option for you, it is advised that you begin your applications as soon as possible. This allows you to guarantee a spot during the registration period.
Announcements will only be made to shortlisted candidates, followed by selected candidates after further evaluation. Should you not hear back from the selection committee within 4 weeks past the application deadline, we regret to inform you that you have not been selected for the programme.
The SABC (South African Broadcasting Corporation) reserves all rights to make any appointments during the recruitment process. All decisions made by the selection committee are final.
Your CV (Curriculum Vitae) should highlight your available strengths, skills, and relevant qualifications that can boost your chances of acceptance. It should also contain your correct contact information. This will help the selection committee reach out to you easily if there is a need for following up.