Northlink College in the Western Cape is inviting applications for its twelve months internship programme funded by the Transport Education and Training Authority (TETA). The invitation to apply is extended to graduates holding a national Nated (N-6) Diploma (N6 + 18 months work experience) in either human resources, administration, marketing, finance, IT, engineering and closing production.
What are the requirements for the Northlink TETA-funded Internship Programme
You must meet the following requirements before you even think about apply for this internship programme:
- You must be a South African citizen;
- Be unemployed and inexperienced (excluding the required 18 months experience)
- Hold a nated N6 Diploma (N6 + 18 months relevant work experience) in any of the following:
- Information Technology
- Clothing Production
- Human Resources Management’
How to apply
If you meet the above requirements then you can apply for this internship programme by doing the following:
- Have the following documents: a recent CV and certified copies of your qualifications (Matric (Grade 12) certificate and Tertiary qualification) and ID document, quote the REFERENCE NUMBER 51/10/2013 on your application – THIS IS IMPORTANT. NB! Certified copies must not be older than 3 months.
- Send your application by post or hand deliver it :
Internship Programme (51/10/2013)
Northlink College: Human Resource Department
Private Bag X1
By hand delivery:
Human Resource Department, 80 Voortrekker Street, Bellvile, 7530
Please note that the closing date is 25 October 2013
Should you have any questions about this internship programme please call Mellisa Muller on 021 970 9019 during office hours.
If you have not received a call from Northlink College in 10 days of the closing date please accept that your application has been unsuccessful. Please note that preference will be given to individuals from groups designated in the Employment Equity Act (55 of 1998).
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