About the SASRIA (South African Special Risk Insurance Association)
SASRIA, or also known as the South African Special Risk Insurance Association, is the only company in the country that specializes in short-term insurance for special risks and situations. As a state-owned company, the entity caters to unforeseen circumstances that could pose a threat to individuals, businesses, government or corporate establishments in the country. SASRIA ensures short-term insurance is available for risks such as public disorder, terrorism, civil commotion, riots, and other forms of security threats.
The company operates on a dual mandate. On on hand, SASRIA adheres to a legislative mandate the ensures smooth business operations. On the other hand, the company also takes upon a strategic mandate as a means of bringing fruitful results to the company, industry, and the community they are part in. Employees of SASRIA instill key attributes such as fairness, ethics, service excellence, collaboration, and innovation. With solid business practices, SASRIA has gain the trust of both the general public and their loyal partners.
About the SASRIA (South African Special Risk Insurance Association) Learnership 2021
The SASRIA (South African Special Risk Insurance Association) is offering a learnership programme for individuals passionate about the financial sector. The SASRIA (South African Special Risk Insurance Association) Learnership is a grand opportunity for young South Africans who require a solid working foundation before jumping into the competitive world of finance and insurance. Learners will be entitled to a structured curriculum that combines both theoretical assessments and practical working sessions. With the guidance of professional training experts, you will implement what you have learnt directly into real-time company practices and get a better sense of your preferred line of work.
Upon successful completion of the SASRIA (South African Special Risk Insurance Association) Learnership, learners will be able to familiarize themselves with the core competencies of the financial and insurance industry. You will be equipped with the necessary skills on how to handle claims based on the delegated authority, checking into the liability of settlements, negotiating with clients, maintaining impressive customer service, and ensuring cost containment. You will also have a stronger understanding of short-term insurance regulations that are required to run the company.
For applications purposes, please take note of the SASRIA (South African Special Risk Insurance Association) Learnership’s Job ID: 001065.
Candidates interested in the SASRIA (South African Special Risk Insurance Association) Learnership are must fulfill an eligibility criteria attached to this programme. Each of these items below will determine whether you’ll make an ideal fit for the learnership’s line of work. To guarantee a successful application, make sure you meet all of these following requirements. Failure to do so might not get you automatically disqualified from registration. However, it may reduce your chances of acceptance. Jot down the eligibility criteria for personal reference.
The SASRIA (South African Special Risk Insurance Association) Learnership Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Possesses a Matric qualification
- Does not have prior working experience
- Organizes and plans their workload efficiently
- Has basic understanding of Microsoft Office
- Understands claims procedures
- Manages their time well
- Displays impressive interpersonal abilities
- Has a great sense of communications
- Possesses business writing abilities (e.g. emails, memos, letters, reports)
- Knows a good deal of negotiation skills.
Apply online: SASRIA (South African Special Risk Insurance Association) Learnership 2021.
Candidates are required to have an account when registering. On the application portal, you will have the choice of using a your social account, a Sasria SOC Ltd Employee account or another email address.
If you choose to create an account from scratch, fill in all of the queries with correct details. Once you have your account, please keep it secure from others. Never share your account credentials, especially your password, to other people. This is to prevent possible hacking incidents.
By sending in your applications, you are hereby giving permission to have your information utilized for registration purposes.
All provided information will be subjected to further vetting and evaluation assessments. Candidates discovered to be falsifying any aspects of their applications will automatically be disqualified from the programm.
Only applications made through the link above will be considered. Submissions made through external methods, such as email or fax, will not be acknowledged by the selection committee.
Applications for the SASRIA (South African Special Risk Insurance Association) Learnership must be submitted before the closing date on 01 February 2021.
The selection committee has absolute zero tolerance for late applications. Candidates found to be making their submissions past the closing date will automatically be disqualified from the programme.
Candidates are advised to begin preparing their applications as soon as possible. This will allow you some time to double check the contents of your application. Kindly start on your registration at your earliest convenience.
The SASRIA (South African Special Risk Insurance Association) reserves all rights to make an appointment or not during the recruitment process. All decisions made by the selection committee are final.