About BANKSETA Learnerships Program
The Banking Education and Training Authority (BANKSETA) was established by the Skills Development Act of 1998 and its main purpose is to promote BBBEE and equity in employment by developing skills and using the BANKSETA learnerships program.
The BANKSETA learnership program believes that the point of departure is aimed at the historically disadvantaged, and has so far worked closely with the UNISA Bank School and has awarded several postdoctoral grants in the interest of banks. from which UNISA benefited.
South African banks spend about 4-5% of their salary on training, and many banks have their own training centers, some of which compete with the best universities to ensure that the quality of training is one of the best in the world.
BANKSETA skills programs ensure that they can study in the bank for 1 year. Although enrollment and successful completion of education do not guarantee work, 70-80% of successful students are employed by banks so far.
At the beginning of each year, BANKSETA conducts research and an operational skills plan to determine which positions banks are trying to recruit, and the results are based on the results for the year.
BANKSETA uses as many banks as possible, but of course there can be no learning in a certain area unless one or more banks are there. This affected rural learning until Capitec and the Bank of Africa became involved.
CPUT / BANKSETA works integrated learning (WIL) initiative
BANKSETA recently announced a collaboration between BANKSETA and CPUT called the Work Integrated Training Initiative (WIL).
Students from the departments of CPUT IT, Accounting, Internal Audit and Marketing receive BANKSETA learnership to learn the practical and practical skills needed to advance through the initiative.
The Civic Center and Integrated Training Center oversees this program, which aims to give young graduates access to in-service training, work experience and mentoring, an invaluable asset in today’s tough job market.
The WIL initiative will benefit young graduates as well as the banking industry; graduates gain all important work experience and access to potential permanent jobs, and banks can have access to highly qualified, qualified graduates to meet their recruitment needs.
National certificate in the contact center and outsourcing support learnership process
Another initiative of the BANKSETA is learnerships offered to students with disabilities from different communities. This learnerships is part of the government’s national skills development strategy to build skills and alleviate poverty and unemployment, as well as the transformation goals of BANKSETA.
This BANKSETA learnerships is open to those who have the necessary qualifications to study for the National Certificate in contact center and business process outsourcing support. Successful learners receive a qualification that gives them a better chance of finding work. Learners earn a monthly scholarship during their training.
BANKSET and Stanley Hutcheson and related lernerships
BANKSETA learnership consists of theoretical as well as practical training and will enable you to acquire skills and knowledge, acceptable attitudes and attitudes in the banking and financial sector.
This learnership program is funded by BANKSETA and is managed by Stanley Hutcheson and associates. Apply online at www.sh-a.co.za and click on the BANKSETA logo.
In addition to the above level of learning, BANKSETA also offers its annual flagship initiative, Letsema learnerships, a 1-year banking and microfinance sector funded by BANKSETA. Matriculants are offered a 12-month training.
This learnerships is offered to matriculants in Johannesburg, Potchefstroom / Klerksdorp, Port Elizabeth, Nelspruit, Midrand, Kimberley, East London, Witbank, Pretoria, Rustenburg, Western Cape, Limpopo, Vereeniging, Bloemfontein, KwaZulu-Natal and Upington.
– Application forms are available from 20xx. July 17.
– Applications for this learnerships end on 20xx. On August 31st.
– You can pick up the application form at any Kelly office; You can find the nearest addresses in your local telephone directory or on their website
– You can also request an application form from Kelly by sending them an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and requesting a form.
The learnerships contract is a legally binding contract and any breach or violation of the terms of the contract will be dealt with in accordance with sections 97, 17 and 18 of the Skills Development Act 1998.
BANKSETA contact information for learnerships
The banking training institution is located in Vorna Valley, Johannesburg.
Phone: 011 805 9661
Fax: 011 805 8348
Membership Link: 086 102 0002
Physical address: Block6 Thornhill Office Pk, Bekker Rd, 94, Midrand, 1683
Postal Address: PO Box 11678, Vorna Valley, Midrand, 1686
Learnership Information BANKSETA
To see which BANKSETA program is available, you can contact Kelly at email@example.com or visit the BANKSETA website