Fasset Learnerships for Young South African

Young Opportunities for Fasset Learnerships

Fasset Learnerships are opening now as one of the best training and education for unemployed people in South African. The learners will gain a qualification in the end of the program obviously. Meanwhile, this company has proven their successful to convert so many trainings and qualifications to be their learnership programmes. The aim of their learnership is to combine good-quality workers who ready to face the international career with so many experiences towards practical on the workplace and learning in the classroom. Therefore, the learners will take the benefits of their qualification in the future. Let us check out the requirements below.

Requirements

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The Fasset Learnerships have some requirements for their candidates who want to join one of their programmes. First of all, the employers who are registered with this company whether they are levy paying or not have an obligation to prepare their learners for Fasset only. It is necessary because to fulfill Fasset’s objective as one of the successful converter of high-quality worker in the future. The candidates also have to complete their agreement which founded at the Fasset’s website. Thirdly, the agreement must be signed including the witnesses with a copy of learner’s documents such as CV, South African citizenships and employment contract.

Applications

All of the Fasset Learnerships applications are available in online information. It means that the learners should check their website firstly before sending their document to the Fasset Company. This is the official link of Fasset at http://www.fasset.org.za/Learnerships/Fasset_Learnerships.aspx. It focuses about all learnership information which available now. The closing date is considered by the programme of Fasset itself. In other words, they have no exact date for all programmes. It depends on their necessary in selecting the candidates. As usual, a programme will be available once in a year. If you have no opportunities to apply this year, you are able to send your document next year in the same period.



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