Learnerships for Specific Courses in South Africa 2021/2022
Learnerships for Specific Courses in South Africa 2021/2022; Below are the list of Course Specific Learnerships in South Africa
Learnerships form part of a nationally recognised qualification that is directly linked to an occupation. This means that what you learn on a learnership is not just for the particular job that you can get once you have finished the learnership; it also forms part of a higher qualification that you can study further for through other learnerships or short courses.
Each learnership has a specific level of qualification. An artisan like a bricklayer or a beautician, for instance, is a Level 4 Qualification. This means that if you want to become an artisan you will have to complete 4 four separate learnerships (levels 1, 2, 3 & 4). There is no set time-frame in which you have to do these, as each level qualification remains in the system and will count towards the full qualification.
Below is the list of Learnerships for Specific Courses. Click to see more details and proceed to Apply.