About Wynberg Boys’ Junior School
Wynberg Boys’ Junior School is an educational establishment that is highly well-known for becoming one of the best boy schools in South Africa. Regarded as the leading school of choice amongst young students, the institution is responsible for providing an abundance of quality education – allowing students to grow not just as pupils, but also as contributing members of their society. With multiple teaching programmes under the institution, Wynberg Boys’ Junior School is confident in creating a pool of talented youngsters.
About the Wynberg Boys’ Junior School Learnership 2021
Wynberg Boys’ Junior School is offering a learnership programme for young South African folks who are passionate about the expertise of qualified teaching. The Wynberg Boys’ Junior School Learnership is a series of programmes that are tailored towards Grades RI3 (Foundation Phase), as well as Grades 4-7 (InterSen Phase). If you are registered as a student of UNISA, and is in the midst of pursuing your studies in the teaching department, you are more than encouraged to give this opportunity a shot.
To be a qualified candidates of the Wynberg Boys’ Junior School Learnership, you will need to fulfill a series of requirements beforehand. Each of these items play an integral role in ensuring you get a spot in the learnership. If you wish to have a successful application, make sure you fulfill all of these criteria so that you have a higher chance of getting accepted. Failure to do so might potentially risk the outcomes of your applications.
The Wynberg Boys’ Junior School Learnership Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
1. Basic Requirements
- Possesses a Grade 12/Matric qualification, or currently pursuing their studies in Teaching (Degree education)
- Must show upmost enthusiasm and passion for the field of teaching
- Prepared to acquire new knowledge and other forms of teaching methods
- Dedicated to participating in the school’s extra-mural activities.
2. Personal Competencies
- Can work with other team members well
- Shows impressive verbal and written communication abilities
- Displays basic understanding of English
- Has interpersonal abilities
- Understands basic technological skills and prepared to delve more into this area.
Apply online: [email protected] (Wynberg Boys’ Junior School Learnership 2021).
Candidates must send in their most comprehensive Curriculum Vitae alongside their letter of motivation to the email address mentioned above. Additionally, you will need to include two legitimate referrals that are updated.
To ensure that the selection committee can recognize your applications, please include the Subject Line “Foundation Phase” or “InterSen Phase”. This will help the selection committee easily identify your applications in their inbox.
The personal information you provide to the selection committee will be utilised for registration purposes. Therefore, make sure you submit details that correlate accordingly to your current conditions. Anyone found to be falsifying any aspects of their applications will be disqualified.
Only emailed applications are accepted – other methods will not be tolerated.
Applications for the Wynberg Boys’ Junior School Learnership must be submitted before the closing date on 19 July 2021.
To ensure you have a spot during the registration period, it’s advisable that you send in your applications way before the closing date. That way, you will have more time to double check the contents of your application to see if all’s in order.
Announcements will only be made to shortlisted candidates by the very latest 1 October 2021. If you have not heard back anything from the selection committee by then, we regret to inform you that you have not been selected for the programme.
Late applications will not be accepted by the selection committee. Anyone found to be making submissions past the deadline will automatically be disqualified from the registration period.
All decisions made by the selection committee are final during the registration period. Candidates found to be canvassing with the decisions made will be revoked of their registrations.