You should prepare yourself to join this MTPA conservation learnership programme for unemployed South Africans next year. For you who are unemployed and own South Africa’s citizenship, you will be the best candidates of this learnership. Let’s check the description of the programme below.
MTPA is an abbreviation of Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency Board. It was known as Mpumalanga Parks Boards recently. This is a governmental organization that concerns with the wilderness areas and public nature in Mpumalanga Province, South Africa. This organization maintains and develops those areas. They have much responsible to this segment only. If you love nature and would like to maintain your surroundings, this organization belongs to you. You can keep in touch with MTPA by joining its learnership programmes.
The MTPA is also listed as a Schedule 3C Public entity. In other words, it is one of vital governmental organizations in Mpumalanga and South Africa. According to the official website, this organization was made under the creature of statute in terms of the Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency Act of 2005, Act No.5 of 2005. It was established based on the merger of the defunct Mpumalanga Parks Board and Mpumalanga Tourism Authority. This statute increases the evidence of the importance of the MTPA. It also proves to you as the candidates of this MTPA conservation learnership programme for unemployed South Africansthat this governmental organization must be on your list.
This MTPA learnership invites all unemployed South Africans and other disadvantaged people in Mpumalanga to join this beneficial MTPA conservation learnership programme for unemployed South Africans. The specific requirement is young people under thirty five years old. In the end of the learnership, the successful candidates will receive NQF Level 2. For your information the duration of the learnership is around twelve months. The students will be offered a 12-month contract. During the duration, the learners will receive a monthly stipend of R2000. However, it isn’t a renewable. For the details, here are the minimum requirements of the programme as follow:
- Unemployed South African youth between 18 and 35 years.
- A minimum qualification of Grade 12 certificate or equivalent.
- All application should reside within Mpumalanga; the appointment is subject to verification of qualifications and proof of residence
- Applicants should NOT have participated in any learnership Programme
- Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply
How to Apply
To join this MTPA conservation learnership programme for unemployed South Africans, you have to write the specific personal ID in your CV. You have to add the specific subject of the programme. You also need to include your current qualification in certified copies as well as the proof of residence. The announcement of the successful candidates will be announced within fourteen days after the deadline. For your information, the deadline is no later than 22 September 2017. You can apply the programme through several methods. The first one is through post office. Forward your application to Mr. Joshua Zwane, Human Resources Development, Private Bag, X11338, Nelspruit, 1200. The next method is by hand delivery to Mpumalanga Tourism & Parks Agency, N4 National Road, Hall’s Gateway,Mataffin, Block J, Office J18.