Tshepo is an initiative set up by the Gauteng Provincial Government that aims to empower the local youths from different educational backgrounds and provide them with fruitful opportunities to develop themselves. Collaborating with institutions from private sectors, as well as the Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator, Tshepo is dedicated to facilitating skills training sessions, learnerhip programmes, and other sorts of development opportunities to get you started.
About the Tshepo 1 Million Learnerships 2021
Tshepo is offering learnerhip programmes for unemployed residents of Gauteng who are looking for an opportunity to uplift their skills and working knowledge. The Tshepo 1 Million Learnerships is a remarkable learnership that equips you with the foundation of this sector. Throughout the programme, you will be subjected to a structured curriculum that combines both theoretical assessments and practical working sessions held in a real-time company setting. Under the guidance of professional training providers, you will be encouraged to show immense progress as you work your way to a qualification.
If you think this opportunity works best for you, don’t hesitate to register for the Tshepo 1 Million Learnerships.
If you are positive that you want to participate in the Tshepo 1 Million Learnerships, please sign up! Don’t worry if you’re still wondering whether you’d be a good fit. All you have to do is review the requirements below and cross-reference your qualifications with the standards of the selection committee. If you want to have a chance of being accepted, make sure you meet all of the requirements. Failure to do so may not result in immediate disqualification, but it may lower your chances of admission.
The Tshepo 1 Million Learnerships Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Residents of Gauteng
- Currently unemployed
- Between the ages of 18-34 years old
- Officially recognised as a citizen of South Africa (or a refugee) with the right Identity Document or a legitimate work permit.
Apply online: Tshepo 1 Million Learnerships 2021.
It is advised that you use Google Chrome as your browser to access the above-mentioned website.
To submit their applications, candidates must first register on the application platform. This account will be needed during the registration process.
Your applications will be reviewed by the whole selection committee, which will include you, and any information you provide will be kept strictly secret. As a result, you should conduct a comprehensive check to ensure that no false information is provided. If there is evidence that candidates are supplying false information, they may be put in a potentially hazardous scenario.
The information you submit will be used by the selection committee to register you for the event. By submitting your applications, you authorize the committee to use your personal information for this purpose.
Candidates must submit their applications using the above-mentioned website. Attempts to submit materials by other methods, such as hand delivery or fax, will be rejected by the application committee.
Once you have sent in your applications, a consultant from the programme will get in touch with you. Be sure to save their number for reference: +27 80 072 7272. Once they call you, please answer it immediately.
Application is available as long as it is not deleted on its official website.
Make sure you secure your application as soon as possie by registering early. The purpose behind this is to ensure that you have a safe position during the recruitment phase (however, it doesn’t guarantee immediate success).
The selection committee has zero-tolerance for candidates who send in their applications late. All submissions sent past the closing date will automatically be disqualified.
Tshepo holds all rights to provide anyone with a job position or not. All decisions made by the selection committee are final.