About Two Mountains
Two Mountains is a financial services provider that specifically caters to funeral services. Since its establishment in 1999, the company has made it their priority to provide affordable and accessible coverage for funerals. Two Mountains realized that local communities require extensive financial support for burial products, especially during a time of bereavement. Recognizing this market, the company slowly transformed from an entrepreneurial entity that specializes in manufacturing coffins, to a full-fledged business that takes of the monetary burdens of their clients. Not only is the company here to generate profit – they’re here to fulfill the demands of the clients as well as provide more jobs for their people.
The leading black-owned business mas more than 20 years of experience under their wing. Based in 4 provinces with 40 different locations, Two Mountains has left a significant impact on Mpumalanga, Limpopo, Eastern Cape, and Gauteng. Supported by a dedicated team of 1300 workers, Two Mountains establishes long-lasting relationships with their clients and partners. The company goes above and beyond by exceeding their customers expectations without forgetting the sensitive nature of the situation. In order to be South Africa’s most sought after funeral services provider, the company prioritizes quality above all else. With this in mind, Two Mountain is on the right path to claiming the hearts of the general public.
About the Two Mountains Learnerships 2021-2022
Two Mountains is offering learnerships for dedicated individuals who wish to earn a proper working foundation about the South African funeral services industry. The Two Mountains Learnerships is a grand opportunity for young generation of learners to get to know the line of work before they embark on employment in the future. Through the Learnership, participants will be subjected to either one of these NQF-accredited programmes with the assistance of a professional training provider. Please be kindly informed that these learnerships are catered to both internal and external applicants.
The Two Mountains Learnerships will provide you a formal qualification that helps you to exceed in the competitive job market. Furthermore, the extensive working knowledge on financial planning, funeral arrangements, and funeral policies will greatly turn you into a more attractive working asset in the eyes of your employers. Learners will be treated to a combined curriculum that provides both theoretical assessments as well as practical working sessions in a real-time company setting. If this opportunity is most suitable for you, you are more than encouraged to give the the learnerships a shot!
The Two Mountains Learnerships are offered for the following qualifications:
- National Certificate in Contact Centre Operations (3 positions in Gauteng) – Ref. Number: LGA210213Y
- National Certificate in Contact Centre Operations (3 positions in Mpumalanga) – Ref. Number: LGA210214Y
- Long-Term Insurance (7 positions in Gauteng) – Ref. Number: LGA210212Y
- Long-Term Insurance (7 positions in Limpopo) – Ref. Number: LGA210211Y
Note: all of the above programmes will be conducted from 01 February 2021. Each programme lasts for a total duration of 12 months.
Applications for the Two Mountains Learnerships are most welcome from candidates of different backgrounds. However, interested candidates must fulfill an eligibility criteria before moving forward with their applications. Each of these items below will determine whether you are qualified for the learnerships or not. Candidates are advised to fulfill all of these items in order to guarantee a successful application. Failure to do so will cause disadvantageous consequences towards the overall result of your applications.
The Two Mountains Learnerships Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Currently between 18-34 years old during the time of learnership
- Can come up with creative solutions out of the box
- Passionate about serving people through a customer-centric attitude
- Always hungry for new knowledge
- Displays high energy levels when performing their work.
Download application form: Two Mountains Learnerships 2021-2022.
Once you have obtained the application form, please fill it in with correct personal details. All provided information will be subjected to further evaluation and vetting by the selection committee. Candidates found to be falsifying any aspects of their applications will be disqualified from the registration period.
In addition, candidates must provide several important documents to support their application form:
- A valid copy of your Identity Document
- Your most updated CV (Curriculum Vitae)
- Past Matric results/National Diploma Certificate
- Application reference.
Applications must be accompanied by the documents above. Failure to provide complete application dossiers will disqualify your applications
Once everything is compiled, send in your applications via email to Human Resources Consultant: Ms Penny Ntshingila through this provided email address: [email protected].
Note: your email Subject Line should indicate the Reference Number of the Learnership Programme you are interested in. Emails without the Reference Number will not be acknowledged by the selection committee.
Applications for the Two Mountains Learnerships must be submitted before the closing date on 12 January 2021.
The selection committee has zero tolerance for late applications. Candidates found to be making their submissions past the deadline will not be acknowledged for the programme.
Announcements will only be made to candidates who have been shortlisted for the learnerships.
Two Mountains reserves all rights to make an appointment or not during the recruitment process. All decisions made by the selection committee are final.
Two Mountains is recognized as an Equal Opportunity Employer that adheres to the policies established under the Employment Equity Act. In addition to qualified candidates, applications from women and people with disabilities are more than encouraged.
Do you have a question regarding the Two Mountains Learnerships? Deliver all of your enquiries or concerns to the committee. Don’t hesitate to reach out to Penny Ntshingila through the contact information below.
Telephone Number: +27 11 514 0935