Kuyasa Learnership Programme 2016
Kuyasa learnership is funded by BANKSETA which is an annual 1 year Banking and Microfinance sector learnership. Kuyasa learnership is available for those of you who have available qualifications. This learnership contains both practical and theoretical training in the key role the banking sector plays in forming the social, political and economic landscape in South Africa. This Kuyasa learnership is going to give you the opportunity in order to learn the skills and enhance the knowledge which is required of management in the Banking and Microfinance sector.
The candidates who meet the following requirements have to apply:
- A B degree or a 3 year Tertiary qualification which have been completed that are completed with major subjects such as Information Technology, Human Resources Management, Financial Management, Financial Accounting, Marketing, Risk Management or Law.
- A couple of major subjects include Music, Geography, Languages, Biblical Instruction, Arts, history, or Production Management will not be qualified.
- Persons with disabilities have to be attached the BANKSETA welcomes applications. A medical certificate must be provided by disabled applicants confirming the nature of the disability.
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If you want to apply for the Kuyasa learnership, you have to download and complete an application form [DOWNLOAD APP. FORM HERE]. You can get the application for admission form by completing Kuyasa learnership apply online that will download the form into your computer or your smart phone directly. If you find any problems when you download the form, you have to contact BANKSETA directly to find out where you have to collect it physically. When you apply for the Kuyasa learnership, you have to make sure that you specify the Kuyasa learnership post which you are applying for, for example, Kuyasa learnership: Gauteng Region. You have to make sure that you sign the Kuyasa learnership apply online form yourself not somebody else.
For further information: Guide 1 | Guide 2