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Empowering Futures: TVET Learnerships 2024 by the Office of the Chief Justice

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The Office of the Chief Justice is setting the path for skill development in 2024 through its TVET Learnerships programme. This initiative seeks to empower unemployed people through a thorough learning programme. Aspiring applicants can earn significant skills and experience, leading to a brighter future. Explore this possibility and take the first step towards a rewarding career.

Why should you apply?

  • Learnerships offer a one-of-a-kind chance for participants to receive hands-on experience in a real-world work environment, allowing them to apply their academic knowledge in practical scenarios.
  • Industry Relevance: These programmes are designed for specific sectors, ensuring that participants learn skills that are directly applicable to their chosen field. This increases their attractiveness to potential employers.
  • Professional Development: Learnerships frequently include mentorship and coaching from experienced professionals, which promotes personal and professional growth. Participants gain vital insights and advice from people who are already established in their fields.
  • Period: Successful applicants will enrol on a 18 months contract internship.
  • Learner allowance : R4 500 per month.

What you will need

  • Never participated in an internship programme previously,
  • Be aged between 18–35 years
  • Must be a South African Citizen

Application process

  • Gauteng Provincial Services Centre – Ref No:TVE/09/OCJ
  • Gauteng Provincial Service Centre, Johannesburg / Pretoria / Land Claims Court: Randburg: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Provincial Head, Office of the Chief Justice, Private Bag X7, Johannesburg, 2000. Applications can also be hand delivered to the 12th floor, Cnr Pritchard and Kruis Street, Johannesburg.

conclusion

To summarise, applying for learnerships, such as those offered by the Office of the Chief Justice, is a strategic decision for people looking to improve their abilities, gain practical experience, and increase their employability in their chosen area. It is an investment in personal and professional development that can lead to a successful and rewarding career.