About the SARB (South African Reserve Bank)
The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) is in charge of safeguarding the safety and soundness of the national payment system, which serves as the backbone of the country’s contemporary financial system. The South African Reserve Bank conducts research in the areas of economics, financial stability, banking, and new trends in finance. Our study contributes to the development of policy.
The principal mission of the South African Reserve Bank is to maintain the value of the rand in the interest of balanced and sustainable economic development in the country. The South African Reserve Bank’s strategy is focused on achieving its pricing and financial stability objectives in order to make a substantial contribution to the economic well-being of all South Africans.
About the SARB (South African Reserve Bank) WIL (Work Integrated Learning) 2022
The SARB (South African Reserve Bank) is offering a WIL (Work Integrated Learning) programme for candidates who wish to work on their technical skills. The SARB (South African Reserve Bank) WIL (Work Integrated Learning) is designed to providing successful candidates with a medium to prepare them for their upcoming qualifications test, which are their trade test and national diploma.
Please be kindly informed that participants will be required to attend their activities at SARB’s Head Office in Pretoria, SARB’s cash centers in Cape Town, Joburg, and Durban, as well as the SABN in Pretoria North. Candidates will be entitled to a work-based stipend to help them with their learning journey.
For application purposes, please kindly take note of the SARB (South African Reserve Bank) WIL (Work Integrated Learning)’s Reference Number: IRC31690.
Make sure to send in your application for the SARB (South African Reserve Bank) WIL (Work Integrated Learning) as soon as possible. But first and foremost, you must review the program’s qualifying requirements. These factors will decide whether or not you would be a good candidate. If you’d like to double-check your credentials, please see the qualifying requirements listed below. If you want to increase your chances of success, it’s best if you can fulfill everything on the following list.
The SARB (South African Reserve Bank) WIL (Work Integrated Learning) Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
1. Basic Requirements
- Officially recognized as a South African citizen.
2. Artisan Qualifications
- Must originate from Further Education and Training Colleges
- Possesses a minimum of N4 certificate with 36 months of practical work experience if you want to receive an occupation trade qualification/trade test
- Pursuing either one of these disciplines: Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, HVAC, Electronics, Carpentry.
3. Technician Qualifications
- Must originate from Universities of Technology
- Possesses a minimum of S4 qualification with 12 months of practical work experience to accomplish their National Diplomas
- Pursuing either one of these disciplines: Mechanical & Engineering.
Apply online: SARB (South African Reserve Bank) WIL (Work Integrated Learning) 2022.
To access the online portal above, it’s advisable that you do so by opening Google Chrome.
Candidates are required to register on the application portal in order to submit their applications. This account will be required for the duration of the registration process.
Additionally, candidates will be required to send in a certified copy of your most recent academic track record. Please do not attach your Curriculum Vitae into your application.
Protecting your account information will help to ensure that your account is protected at all times. Never give out your account information to anybody else, especially not your password.
By sending in your applications, you are hereby giving permission to the selection committee to have your personal information utilized for registration purposes.
Candidates must process their applications through the portal provided above. Submissions made through other methods, such as hand delivery or fax, will not be accepted by the selection committee.
Applications for the SARB (South African Reserve Bank) WIL (Work Integrated Learning) must be submitted before the closing date on 10 February 2022.
Be sure to send in your applications as soon as possible. An early submission can help you guarantee a spot during the registration period. Plus, it prevents any unwanted last-minute incidents, like sudden heavy Internet traffic or missing documents.
Applications for the programme must be submitted before the closing date. Late applications will not be tolerated by the selection committee, and these kinds of submissions will be disqualified by the programme.
SARB (South African Reserve Bank) holds all rights to appoint anyone during the recruitment period. All decisions made by the selection committee are final.