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Youth urged to join learnerships
16 July 2009

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The City has invited unemployed matriculants to apply for its learnership programme, being run through its departments.

2009 Learnerships
Application forms for those interested in taking part in the City’s learnership programmes can be found here.

SOME 300 unemployed youth have the opportunity to take part in a learnership programme being run by City departments.

The City of Johannesburg, in partnership with the local government sector education training authority, or seta, has invited interested young people to participate.

They can choose to train in following fields: introduction to local government; municipal finance management and administration; local economic development; local economic development co-ordination; Integrated Development Plan management; local government contact centre; fire and rescue operations; environmental practice; community development worker; transport planning; and municipal leadership development.

To be considered for the available positions, applicants need to have passed Grade 12 and apply by Wednesday, 22 July.

Application forms should include certified copies of the applicants' Grade 12 results, their South African identity documents and proof of residency, for example a statement of water and lights or rates and taxes.

The proof of residence can have a parent or guardian's name; failing this, the applicant needs an affidavit. Forms can be obtained from the following customer service centres:

  • Region A - Diepsloot, Midrand, Ivory Park and Rabie Ridge;
  • Region B - Randburg, Claremont and Riverlea;
  • Region C - Roodepoort Civic Centre, Roodepoort City Hall, Doornkop;
  • Region D - Diepkloof, Admin Office, Jabulani Civic Centre and Dobsonville (People Centre);
  • Region E - Sandton (Sanpark building, Ground Floor, 24 Fredman Drive) and Alexandra (8th Avenue Customer Service Centre);
  • Region F - Rosettenville, South Hills, Reuven and Crown Gardens;
  • Region G - Eldorado Park, Lenasia, Ennerdale and Orange Farm; and
  • Braamfontein Metro Centre, Ground Floor, Main Entrance, opposite the Joburg Theatre Complex.      

The programme is a year long. For more information, contact Nelly Nhlapo, Marie Hendrickse or Billy Baloyi on 011 407 6765 / 6821 / 6979.

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