Gijima Learnerships 2019 – 2020 South Africa

Gijima is known as one of the leading black-owned South African information and communication technology companies with AAA Level 2 credentials. They have a significant number of clients in both the public and private sectors, including mining, retail, manufacturing and financial industries. The company provides labor and environmental services and has more than 2,000 permanent employees. Gijima learnerships is mainly offered to the IT industry.

Gijima learnerships available

Due to the nature of this business, all available fields will fall within the IT field. The business is relatively new and has only offered a few learnerships and can grow as it develops and grows. Listed below are some of the industry candidates that may be considered if available.

Other Opportunity: Ernst and Young Learnerships

Learnership Areas:

  • Information Technology
  • Communication technology
  • Business management of information technology
  • Managing people
  • ICT network and security

Most of the learnerships offered by Gijima takes 24 months, unless stated otherwise. Selected candidates must be prepared to sign an agreement for this period before any training is awarded.

Requirements for Gijima learnerships

Each individual applying for learnership at this enterprise must first meet all the requirements for the above Gijima learnership. Candidates who do not meet all the requirements may not apply.

Essential requirements for applicants:

  • Candidates must have a valid Grade 12 / Matric certificate (NSC level 5)
  • With a minimum C symbol for English and mathematics (not maths literacy)
  • Applicants must be South African citizens
  • Must have a valid ID document / book or card
  • Applicants must have a diploma or degree in their chosen subject areas, where applicable
  • Candidates should be prepared to move if necessary
  • Candidates may not have a criminal record or bad credit

Other Opportunity: Avusa Learnership

Gijima learnerships application

The Gijima learnerships program can be accessed online from the company’s website by searching for tutorials. Applicants must meet all the learnership requirements and submit a 3-page resume along with the application. All documents must be attached to the application, certified copies, not original documents. Candidates who have applied within one month of the deadline and do not hear about it may consider their application unsuccessful.

Gijima learnerships: closing date

The closing date of Gijima learnerships program is usually the end of September. This company does not offer training every year, so candidates should regularly review the learning opportunities available on the company website as outlined above.

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