NETCARE LEARNERSHIPS PROGRAMME DETAILS
Interested applicants can apply for the Netcare Learnership 2022 provided they qualify and meet the program requirements.
For high quality and state-of-the-art health care, Netcare is standing in the front line with delivery. Netcare is known to be one of the biggest private healthcare and emergency services operators within South Africa. Additionally, they also boost with being the largest private trainer of health care professionals and emergency care employees. Netcare truly cares and is inspired to deliver the most affordable, high-quality health care globally, as they also have operations in the UK.
Netcare owns a total of 55 hospitals and a fleet of more than 180 emergency response vehicles. They have 338 theaters for performing operations in, 87 pharmacies including hospital and retail pharmacies, as well as more than 9000 beds registered and ready to care for those who need it most. They have doctors, professionals, dentists and more, all standing by to assist.
If you would like to become part of such an amazing family and make a difference in the lives of strangers, Netcare may just be the right place.
NETCARE LEARNERSHIPS AVAILABLE
Netcare offers learnerships within the medical field. Candidates, interested may look at the following fields and more:
- Clinical Engineering Technicians
- Basic Nursing
- Specialized Nursing
- Research Clinical Trails
- Emergency Operations Centre
There is a wide range of learnerships available within the medical field, candidates can learn more on the companys website. The duration of each program will differ according to the field. They seek candidates with great talents, attitude, and values. Their learnership programs are set-up to develop each selected candidates skills and ensuring they can provide quality health care.
NETCARE LEARNERSHIPS REQUIREMENTS
Candidates wishing to apply for a learnership with Netcare must meet all stipulation as set by the company. Candidates must be South African citizens in order to qualify. They will also be required to have the following:
- Candidates must have a valid Matric certification
- Candidates must be proficient in English
- Candidates must hold a valid South African ID Document
Depending on the field, candidates must also have a valid drivers license. Applicants with a disability is preferred and the nature of disability must clearly be stated within their curriculum vitae and experience. Candidates must provide certified copies of all qualifications and a motivational letter stating their goals and reason for applying. These must accompany their application and curriculum vitae.
NETCARE LEARNERSHIPS APPLICATION
Netcare learnership applications online are not made available via their website. However, candidates interested in applying for any of their programs can send their details to firstname.lastname@example.org. Candidates can learn more about what they offer via this Page. Netcare has campuses in Gauteng, Kwa-Zulu Natal, and the Cape.
With their training programs, Netcare aims to ensure a strong health care system with qualified personnel to deliver the best service. They believe in everyone’s equal rights to a solid education and exceptional health care. Therefore, they strive to benefit communities and empower people by giving them the opportunity to learn. They are equal employers and seek talented candidates yearly to join their learnership programs.
NETCARE LEARNERSHIPS CLOSING DATE
Netcare offers interested candidates the opportunity to apply yearly. Their applications usually close with the start of July each year, therefore, candidates must ensure that their applications are submitted prior to the closing date.
If healthcare is your drive and passion in life, then you know what needs to be done!
OVERVIEW OF LEARNERSHIP PROGRAMMES IN SOUTH AFRICA 2022
WHAT IS A LEARNERSHIP
A Learnership is a work-based learning programme. This means that classroom studies at a college or training center are combined with practical on-the-job experience. We learn much better when we can practice what we have been taught in the classroom in a workplace environment.
By physically performing tasks that are learned in the classroom at the workplace, we can see what we have learned and what we did not understand. This allows us to ask the trainer to explain that part of the lesson again until we fully understand it.
Learnerships form part of a nationally recognized qualification that is directly linked to an occupation. This means that what you learn on leadership is not just for the particular job that you can get once you have finished the leadership; it also forms part of a higher qualification that you can study further through other Learnership or short courses.
Each leadership 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 leadership (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.
WHO BENEFITS FROM LEARNERSHIPS
In short, everybody!
- You get access to free learning and better job opportunities
- Can earn while you learn
- Learnerships can help you to get into the workplace and/or get a formal qualification
- Gets skilled, experienced workers who will need less supervision
- Gets improved productivity
- Can identify and solve gaps in skills and training
- Educates and empowers employees, creating a happy workforce
- Gets access to far more skilled and professional workers
- Can develop employees to world-class standards
- Becomes more competitive in the international market
HOW DO LEARNERSHIPS WORK
In the past, the education given in schools and other education facilities did not really have much in common with the working world. This meant that people entered the workplace with all of the knowledge but none of the practical experience on how to do the job.
Learnerships teach both the why and how to by creating a contract between the learner, the learning provider, and the organization or business. All learnership contracts must be registered with the Sector Education Training Authority (SETA) for that specific industry, which guarantees that the learnership programme is of a high standard.
If accepted into a learnership you will have to sign two legal contracts; a Learnership Agreement and an Employment Contract. The Learnership Agreement tells you exactly what responsibilities you, the training provider and the employer have. The Employment Contract is only for the period of the learnership. Learnerships last between 12 -24 months.
If you are unemployed, you will receive an allowance while you are on a learnership which is meant to cover costs like travel and food. If you are already employed you will only receive your normal salary.