Mediclinic Learnerships 2021/2022

By | February 18, 2021

Mediclinic Learnerships 2021/2022 Application

Mediclinic Learnerships 2021/2022; See details on Mediclinic Learnerships 2021/2022

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Mediclinic Southern Africa is a subsidiary of Mediclinic International PLC, the international private healthcare group. Mediclinic is a private hospital group which operates in South Africa and Namibia.

Mediclinic has a total of 49 private hospitals operating throughout South Africa.

List of Learnerships in South Africa 2021/2022

List of Student Loans in South Africa 2021/2022

ABOUT THE LEARNERSHIP PROGRAMME

Mediclinic currently have 3 learnership programmes, each of which will be offered to 1 student only.

– Auxiliary Nursing (Higher Certificate): 1 year programme

– Nursing (Diploma): 3 year programme

– Emergency Medical Care (Diploma): 2 year programme

Courses will commence in January each year.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

Before applying, please ensure that you meet ALL of the following minimum entry criteria – failure to satisfy all the requirements will result in your application being disqualified:

Auxiliary Nursing applicants:

  • South African citizen
  • Completed Matric with an admission to higher certificate or equivalent
  • Achieved a minimum overall average of 50%/ 55% for a Vocational National Certificate
  • National senior certificate students must have achieved the following minimum results:
    • Life or Physical Science subject: NQF Level 4 with a minimum of 40%
    • English communication skills: NQF Level 4 with a minimum of 40%
    • Mathematics: NQF Level 4 with a minimum of 40% / Mathematics Literacy: NQF Level 4 with a minimum of 50%
    • Computer Literacy: NQF Level 3 with a minimum of 40%
  • National vocational certificate students must have achieved the following minimum results:
    • Life or Physical Science subject: NQF Level 4 with a minimum of 50%
    • English communication skills: NQF Level 4 with a minimum of 50%
    • Mathematics: NQF Level 4 with a minimum of 50% / Mathematics Literacy: NQF Level 4 with a minimum of 60%
    • Computer Literacy: NQF Level 3 with a minimum of 40%

Nursing applicants:

  • South African citizen
  • Completed Matric with an admission to diploma or equivalent
  • Achieved a minimum overall average of 50%/ 55% for a Vocational National Certificate
  • National senior certificate students must have achieved the following minimum results:
    • Life or Physical Science subject: NQF Level 4 with a minimum of 40%
    • English communication skills: NQF Level 4 with a minimum of 40%
    • Mathematics: NQF Level 4 with a minimum of 40% / Mathematics Literacy: NQF Level 4 with a minimum of 50%
    • Computer Literacy: NQF Level 3 with a minimum of 40%
  • National vocational certificate students must have achieved the following minimum results:
    • Life or Physical Science subject: NQF Level 4 with a minimum of 50%
    • English communication skills: NQF Level 4 with a minimum of 50%
    • Mathematics: NQF Level 4 with a minimum of 50% / Mathematics Literacy: NQF Level 4 with a minimum of 60%
    • Computer Literacy: NQF Level 3 with a minimum of 40%

Emergency Medical Care applicants:

  • South African citizen
  • Must satisfy either 1 of the following 4 criteria:
    • 1) Obtained a NSC Matric certificate before 2009 with a university exemption or equivalent (NQF level 4), and a minimum “E” symbol for Higher Grade or minimum “D” symbol for Standard Grade pass in: Physical Science, Biology, Mathematics and English.
    • 2) Obtained a NSC Matric certificate with a diploma exemption and completed NQF level 4 subjects at these codes: Physical Science (code 3), Life Sciences (code 3), Mathematics (code 3), additional subject 1 (code 3), additional subject 2 (code 3) and English (code 5), with a minimum of 21 points excluding Life Orientation.
    • 3) Obtained a NSC Matric vocational certificate and achieved a minimum of 60% for Physical Science, Life Science, Mathematics and English (all at NQF level 4).
    • 4) Do not meet the minimum admission requirements, but have healthcare-related experience. Must have completed Matric, be at least 25 years old, registered with the HPCSA as a Ambulance Emergency Assistant (AEA), employed by an Emergency Medical Service, have a minimum of 5 years operational experience, pass a theory and clinical examination.

HOW TO APPLY FOR THE LEARNERSHIP

Applications must be done online at: https://mediclinic-heo.erecruit.co/candidateapp/Jobs/Browse/

Applicants will be required to Register an account (https://mediclinic-heo.erecruit.co/candidateapp/Register) before they can Login and apply (https://mediclinic-heo.erecruit.co/candidateapp/Login)

Before applying, be sure to download and throughly read all the information about these learnerships

You may be required to attach copies of the following documents (please attach ALL the documents as incomplete applications will not be considered, also ensure that you only submit copies, as original documents will not be returned):

  • Identity document (certified copy)
  • One colour photo (passport size)
  • Matric certificate (certified copy)
  • Full tertiary academic record
  • Curriculum Vitae

CLOSING DATE

30 June 2021 (opening 1 May 2021).

Be sure to apply on or before this date – any applications submitted after this date are late and will NOT be accepted.

CONTACT THE LEARNERSHIP PROVIDER

For any queries related to this learnership programme, please contact Mediclinic directly:
Tel: 021 809 6500

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