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How Do I Become A Zumba Instructor

Whether you're looking for a career change or to make some extra cash, Zumba is the right move. So let's look at how to become a Zumba Instructor.

How Do I Become A Zumba Instructor

An exercise fitness programme created by Colombian dancer/cyclist Alberto "Beto" Perez, Zumba has taken the world by storm. With many different types of classes, there's something for everyone! But how do you become an instructor?

Is There a Demand?

It sure seems like it! Zumba even claims that simply by being an instructor, you can create more demand; as the word spreads, more people will come.

Everyone wants to get fit (well, we all say we want to. Whether or not we actually follow through is another story) and that means that there sure is demand for Zumba instructors.

Are the any prerequisites?

Zumba says no, but they do advise that you take at least one Zumba class before taking the training, though it is by no means necessary! All you need is to be 18 or over; you'll pick up the rest along the way.

So how do I do it? PagesArticle Category: Careers Advice

How Do I Become A Traffic Officer

Here are some frequently asked questions (and answers) to assist you to decide on traffic as your future career.

How do I become a Traffic Officer


Traffic officers enforce the road rules and signs.

They ensure a safe passage in traffic and that all road users - including pedestrians - use our roads in an orderly and safe manner.

The main purpose of traffic officers is to ensure the safe and free flow of traffic to prevent road crashes and deaths on our roads.


A distinction is made between provincial traffic officers and municipal traffic officers. Provincial traffic officers perform their duties within the boundaries of provinces, while municipal traffic officers perform theirs within the boundaries of municipalities.

Provincial traffic officers are also known as provincial inspectors.

They enforce compliance of the National Road Traffic Act, National Land Transport Act and Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences Act.

They control traffic, inspect vehicles for roadworthiness, and enforce road traffic signs and the rules of the road.


Provincial inspectors and traffic officers spend most of their working hours outdoors on the road.

A small portion of their time is spent in courtrooms and offices doing administrative duties.

They do their patrol duties mainly in motorcars, although some of their duties are performed on motorcycles or on foot.


Traffic officers are responsible for law enforcement.

They will be working with a speed-measuring apparatus, an alcohol test apparatus, measuring tapes, mass-measuring apparatus, a summons book, infringement notices, etc.


Advantages: Working with people and helping them to obey traffic rules, assisting to reduce the number of road crashes and thus saving lives.

Drawbacks: The need to be able to work with people with difficult personalities, having to work during holidays and on weekends, and performing duties in all different weather conditions.


You will first need to be employed by provincial government, a municipality or a government entity such as the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) or the Cross Border Road Transport Agency.

Vacant posts are advertised by these authorities in the open media.

You will therefore need to constantly check your local or national newspapers.

You may also contact any local or provincial authority directly to enquire as to whether vacancies exist within the departments and when the relevant posts will be advertised.


· South African citizenship;
· Grade 12 or equivalent;
· No criminal record;
· Code B driving Licence ( manual transmission);
· Medical certificate - that a person may do strenuous exercises; and

· Applicants shall not be older than 35 years of age.

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How to Apply to Government Postings - Jobs, Internships, Bursaries

You've found the perfect job (or internship, or bursary) with a government department. Applying to government positions is a complicated process, so here's a guide on how to apply to government jobs.

How to Apply to Government Postings - Jobs, Internships, Bursaries

So you've found a government job or internship or bursary you're interested in and want to apply for it. The first thing you need to do is note down the reference number as stated in the advert.

Next, you need to get your hands on a Z83 form. The Z83 is the "Application for Employment" form and is designed to assist government departments in choosing the right person for the position. You can download one here, or get a copy from your nearest government department.

How to Fill in a Z83

You've got the Z83 and now you need to fill it in. It may look confusing but don't worry, it's not too bad! Take a look at the example below:

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How to Become a Security Guard

Security guards are an integral part of any company's operations. Think about it: we see them every day, and there's always demand for more security guards out there. So, if you're interested in pursuing this in-demand career, let's take a look at How to Become a Security Guard.

How to Become a Security Guard 

As with most careers, the first step in fulfilling your dream is to find out what and where you will need to study. When it comes to becoming a security guard, you will need to find a training provider that is accredited with the Safety & Security SETA (SASSETA).

Security guards are graded from A to E, based on their duties and level of responsibility. There are separate training courses for each grade.

Grade A: 

  • Site manager or commander
  • Controlling and managing a number of functions
  • Managing the security workforce
  • Conducting risk assessments and evaluations on site daily
  • Basic investigative skills
  • Problem solving
  • Designing security solutions

Grade B:

  • Access control in high-risk areas where documentation and basic computer skills might be required
  • A site or shift commander
  • Managing of lower grade security officers
  • Possible inspector doing site visits

Grade C:

  • Access control of a higher risk area and supervision of lower grade security officers

Grades D & E:

  • Access control

Once you have completed your studies, you will then need to register with The Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority (PSIRA) before you can offer security services. The requirements for this are as follows:

  • Be 18 years or older
  • Be a permanent resident of South Africa
  • Not have committed any of the scheduled offences listed in the Private Security Industry Regulation Act
  • Have completed training at an accredited training centre
  • Not be a member of any official military, security police or intelligence force in South Africa or elsewhere (clearance certificate is required for former members)
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How To Become A Paramedic

Would you like to work in the medical emergency field? This career path is extremely demanding but it will give you the chance to save lives.

How To Become A Paramedic

Paramedics fall into the category known as emergency medical technician (EMT) and are the highest ranked medical staff on the scene.

They have the most decision making power in an emergency situation due to their intense training.

A paramedic is certified to perform advanced life support (ALS).

This means they are trained to deal with the most fatal injuries and illnesses that people can experience. In fact paramedics are specifically trained to care for high risk patients.

This includes casualties from car accidents, heart attack patients or pregnant women to name a few.

A paramedic is equipped to perform advanced respiratory procedures, administer IV fluids, injections and medications.

To succeed as a paramedic you need to have leaderships skills and be able to handle some of the most stressful and traumatic situations.

Aspiring paramedics must first obtain an EMT-B certificate, which is the foundational level of emergency and medical training.

EMT-B training is offered at community colleges and other institutions. For example the ER24Training Academy offers a broad selection of training programmes for both companies or individuals.

The entrance requirements for these programmes can include an above average comprehension of biology, mathematics and English.

Trainees will receive theory and practical training which is primarily performed in hospitals, ambulances and fire departments.

It takes approximately six months to complete the 120 to 150 hours of training. EMT's in training will then be required to complete a state certification test to receive official recognition.

Qualified EMT's are licensed to perform ambulance work or operate in medical centres.


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Cooking for Students: How to Make Greek Lentil Soup

We know that students might be tempted to live off of 2 minute noodles and takeout, so we're going to show you how to make some simple, cheap recipes that will have you eating healthily! Episode 1: Greek Lentil Soup

Cooking for Students: How to Make Greek Lentil Soup

This Greek lentil soup (also called Fakes Soupa) is a super healthy dish and it's pretty easy to make.

Serves 6 Difficulty Medium Prep Time 15 minutes Cooking Time 60 minutes Ingredients
  • 250g dry lentils
  • 400g tinned tomatoes
  • 1 litre stock (chicken, oxtail, doesn't matter!)
  • 1 large onion, diced
  • 2 carrots, diced
  • 2 tablespoon olive oil
  • 3 garlic cloves, diced
  • 2 bay leaves
  • 2 tablespoons tomato paste
  • Salt, Pepper, spices
  • Vinegar for adding during serving
  • Feta if you’re feeling bougie
  1. Prep onions, garlic, carrot
  2. Heat oil in pot
  3. Add a dash of chili flakes to oil
  4. When oil is hot enough, add onions and garlic. Saute for 2 minutes
  5. Add carrots. Saute for another 2 minutes
  6. Add lentils and tomatoes to pot and stir well
  7. Add water, stock, bay leaves and spices. Mix well
  8. Bring to the boil
  9. Simmer for about 40 minutes or until soft and thick.
  10. Serve topped with vinegar and crumbled feta

Check out our video guide for this recipe below!


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How To Make Use of Free Wi-Fi Facilities

Are you an individual that is looking for a learning or work opportunity or study guides? Data is expensive this information and links will help you access opportunities.

The Labour Department and Library Are Assisting Youth

Once you have registered and logged in you will be able to search our database for available positions.

Once you have captured your CV we will help to match you to potential employers.


Libraries across the provinces have FREE Internet service to help citizens access the Internet, free of charge.

We are equipping the community by providing access to information – giving students and scholar’s access to the power of knowledge and the opportunity to boost their education.

Did you know that the free internet makes research quicker, simpler and easier, but most importantly, it makes it enjoyable.

Grab your laptop and visit a library hotspot near you!

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How to Survive the Second Semester

The first half of the year is over and that means vacation time. But let us not forget that the second semester is yet to come and you still need to get through that. So let's take a brief look at how to survive the start of the second semester.

How to Survive the Second Semester 1. Find out where your classes are

I know, you're old hat at this. You figured it all out in the first few months of the year and now it's smooth sailing.

Not so!

If you're taking any semester courses, that means you've got a couple of new additions to your timetable. Do you know where you need to be?

I can guarantee there is at least one new lecture venue you haven't been to yet; figure out where it is and the best way to get there. The first weeks of the semester are vital, so you don't want to miss anything.

2. Find out how to communicate with your lecturers PagesArticle Category: News

Careers At Deloitte

Are you ready to apply your knowledge and life experience to exciting new challenges? From learning to leadership, this is your chance to take your career to the next level.

Careers At Deloitte

Every day, our practitioners make an impact that matters, thriving in a dynamic culture of inclusion, collaboration and high performance.

As the undisputed leader in professional services, Deloitte is where you’ll find unrivaled opportunities to succeed and realize your full potential.

Dare to be different!

Dare to be challenged!

Dare to make your mark!

At Deloitte we encourage our Graduates to create meaningful moments ... to be brilliant ... to be brave. 

Change the game, make an impact!

Don't hold back!

PagesOpportunity Closing Date: Thursday, May 31, 2018Opportunity is closing in 34 daysArticle Category: CareersCompany Offering the Opportunity: DeloitteOpportunity available in: Eastern Cape / Free State / Gauteng / KwaZulu / Limpopo / Mpumalanga / North West / Northern Cape / Western CapeTags: deloittecareerstiprecruitmentjobinterview

How to Spot a Fake Job

Finding a job is no small thing - vacancies are few and far between and competition is fierce - and making it harder, and more dangerous, are the many many job scams out there. Do you know how to spot a fake job listing and keep yourself safe? Let's take a look at how you can tell if a vacancy is legit or not.

How to Spot a Fake Job

While scam artists are getting better at hiding the truth, there are a few tell-tale signs that the perfect job post you saw might not be entirely trustworthy.

At best, you'll just be disappointed.

At worst, you'll have wasted a good amount of money and, potentially, be the victim of identity theft (or worse).

So, with that out of the way, let's take a look at a couple of things you need to be aware of.

1. Generic email addresses

If an established company is advertising a vacancy, the email address is going to end with that company's domain. Don't know what that means? A personal, generic email address might look something like this:


And that's certainly not what a company email address looks like. It should look something like this:


This isn't a hard and fast rule though; a small company that's just starting might only have a Gmail account. Just be aware and do your research.

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UPD Graduate Programme 2018

We are looking to recruit twenty five (25) Graduate to work within our Operations and Admin department of United Pharmaceutical Distributors (UPD).

UPD Graduate Programme 2018

This role will be based at our Head Office Roodepoort and our various branches in Cape Town, Durban and Port Elizabeth.

The successful graduates will be reporting to the Managers of the various departments.

The potential candidate will be able to gain work experience within our Operations and Admin department.

The programme will be for twelve(12) months and will be based at our Head Office in Johannesburg and branches in Cape Town, Durban, and Port Elizabeth


W&R SETA Graduate Programme 2018/2019

Target audience:

Graduates with completed Degrees in :

  • Supply Chain, Logistics, Operations ( To be based in our Johannesburg, Port Elizabeth, Durban and Cape Town Branch)
  • Industrial Engineering, Financial Accounting,Sales and Marketing, and Health and Safety Management and/or related Degree ( To be based in Johannesburg )


Completed Degree in Supply Chain, Logistics, Operations, Financial Accounting,Sales and Marketing, Health and Safety Management, Industrial Engineering  and/or related Degree.


Opportunity Closing Date: Monday, April 30, 2018Opportunity is closing in 3 daysArticle Category: GraduatesCompany Offering the Opportunity: UPDOpportunity available in: Eastern Cape / Gauteng / KwaZulu / Western CapeTags: UPDclicksgraduateskillstraining

VAC Programmes are NOW OPEN!

Explore your true potential and be a different kind of thinker. Because we are looking for you!

What is VAC?

Our VAC programmes are aimed at all University students who are pursuing a CA (SA) qualification.

Below are the guidelines of the programmes offered for specific years of your studies

Intro VAC Programme: is ideal for 1st Year students

Advanced VAC Programme: is best suited for 2nd/ 3rd/ 4th Year students

Field work: Practical auditing experience in the field with a Deloitte Audit team (completing Advanced VAC Programme is a pre-requisite)

Our programmes are running in the following regions:


Opportunity Closing Date: Sunday, May 20, 2018Opportunity is closing in 23 daysArticle Category: InternshipsCompany Offering the Opportunity: DeloitteOpportunity available in: Eastern Cape / Gauteng / KwaZulu / Western CapeTags: deloittevactraininglearningvacation

ArcelorMittal Rail Transport Process Learner

ArcelorMittal has currently x25 Learnership positions open for a Rail Transport Process Learner. If you are currently 21 years of age or older and complete Grade 12 qualification, you may apply.

ArcelorMittal Rail Transport Process Learner


  • 21 years or older - Complete Grade 12 Qualification (NQF 4) with 45% English & 45% Mathematics/Mathematics Literacy

Experience and Requirements:

  • None

Personal Attributes:

  • Physically fit - Good hand and eye co-ordination

Key Performance Areas:

  • None
PagesOpportunity Closing Date: Monday, May 7, 2018Opportunity is closing in 10 daysArticle Category: LearnershipsCompany Offering the Opportunity: ArcelMittalOpportunity available in: Eastern Cape / Free State / Gauteng / KwaZulu / Limpopo / Mpumalanga / North West / Northern Cape / Western CapeTags: arcelorMittallearnerrailmatricgrade12skillstraininglearning

Ecolab’s Customer Care Intern

As a respected Customer Service Agent, use your high energy and social skills to partner with our customers to help them achieve maximum benefit from Ecolab’s products.

Ecolab’s Customer Care Intern

Join Ecolab’s call center in Chloorkop, Johannesburg, and become part of a dynamic team that loves their work and enjoys each other.

As a team, we strive to exceed our objectives to help drive greater customer satisfaction.

What You Will Do:

  • Process 60-100 inbound calls per day
  • Manage outbound calls, depending upon volume
  • Must possess solid problem solving & interpersonal skills
  • Handle all calls in a prompt and courteous manner
  • Maintain working knowledge of products, accounts, Ecolab representatives, tools and dispensing systems
  • Complete a call on screen accurately while speaking with the customer
  • Process orders, literature requests, and applies information to our customers
  • Develop technical and mechanical proficiency to assist customers and field staff with dispenser system issues

Candidate must reside in: Johannesburg

Minimum Qualifications and Requirements:

  • High school qualifications/Secondary diploma or equivalent
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite software (Excel, Word, Access, and Outlook).
  • Ability to interact professionally with others and work independently in a fast-paced environment
  • Strong problem solving and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Highly dependable team player
  • Ability to prioritize workload and complete responsibilities on time
  • Fluent in English
PagesOpportunity Closing Date: Thursday, April 26, 2018Article Category: InternshipsCompany Offering the Opportunity: EcolabOpportunity available in: GautengTags: ecolabinternskillstrainingcustomer

Mazars 2019 CA(SA) Audit Bursary

Mazars offers bursaries to deserving students who show commitment to their studies and a career with Mazars.

2019 CA(SA) Audit Bursary

Mazars offers bursaries to deserving students who show commitment to their studies and a career with Mazars.

All applications will be considered however in line with our transformation policy - preference will be given to EE candidates.

Please note that these bursaries are for the 2019 academic year.

Duties & Responsibilities

Successful bursars will be required to: 

- Complete a 3-year SAICA TIPP Training Contract (Articles) with Mazars 
- Be available for vacation work at least once during their studies 
- Submit academic results at the end of each semester 
- Attend social functions held by the firm (only if attendance is required)

Minimum Requirements

To be considered for a bursary, an applicant must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a citizen or permanent resident of South Africa;
  • Be enrolled as a full-time student OR have the intention of studying a SAICA-accredited degree from a SAICA-accredited tertiary institution (at undergraduate or postgraduate level)

Each application for a bursary is considered on its own merit taking into account the following factors:

  • Academic performance; 
  • Financial need
PagesOpportunity Closing Date: Wednesday, October 31, 2018Opportunity is closing in 187 daysArticle Category: BursariesCompany Offering the Opportunity: MazarsOpportunity available in: Western CapeTags: mazarsbursaryCASAICAaudit

Omnia Seeks A Chemical Engineer in Training

Omnia has an exciting opportunity for young South African citizen graduates who are interested in gaining experience, growing and developing skills and nurture their ability to take their career and learning curve into new heights. 

Omnia Seeks A Chemical Engineer in Training

We are looking for Chemical Engineering graduates for a 12 month graduate program based at our production facility in Sasolburg where you will learn from experienced Engineers and Specialists.

Does this interest you?

Then go ahead and apply for this awesome opportunity.

Qualifications Minimum

  • BSc/BEng (Chemical Engineering) degree


  • No previous experience required but any relevant previous work experience will be an advantage. 
  • Must not currently be enrolled in a graduate development programme. 
  • Academic Performance will be taken into consideration.


  • Process/Chemical/Process Safety Engineering related work. 
  • Completion of assigned deadline driven tasks under the guidance of a mentor. All tasks assigned are for the trainees own learning. 
  • Perform regular analytical analysis of plant performance and suggest room for improvement on the process and operations. 
  • Scope and manage projects to implementation. 
  • Manage project budget. 
  • Coach and guide operators to operational excellence.
  • Help support the continuous improvement initiatives with focused improvement for the factory.
PagesOpportunity Closing Date: Wednesday, May 9, 2018Opportunity is closing in 12 daysArticle Category: TraineeshipsCompany Offering the Opportunity: OmniaOpportunity available in: Free StateTags: omniaskillstraininggraduatechemicalengineering

Fuel Your Future With A Sasol Bursary

Do you have what it takes to become part of this exciting team, the Sasol Bursary Programme is ready to change your life!

Fuel Your Future With A Sasol Bursary

All applications are done electronically, in order to speed up the selection process as well as to enable electronic tracking of applications received within a particular period.

The number of bursaries awarded each year is dependent on the business need.

Consequently, failure to secure a Sasol bursary is not necessarily due to poor performance on the part of the applicant, but may be a reflection of insufficient business demand. 

The Sasol Bursary Programme offers bursaries on the basis of a service-binding (work back obligation after graduation) contract.

Applications may be submitted for one of the following fields of study:

Undergraduate studies:

  • B Eng or BSc Engineering
  • B Sc
  • B Com
  • Chemical
  • Chemistry (Masters compulsory)
  • B Com/BSc Accounting  CA Stream (CTA, PGDA compulsory)
  • Mechanical
  • Geology (Hons compulsory)
  • Electrical
  • Metallurgy (Hons compulsory)
  • Civil
  • Industrial
  • Electronic
  • Mining
  • Computer

Postgraduate studies:

  • Masters and PhD bursaries in Chemistry and Engineering

University of Technology:

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Process Instrumentation
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mine Surveying


No bursaries are awarded in fields of study not listed above.


Opportunity Closing Date: Monday, April 30, 2018Opportunity is closing in 3 daysArticle Category: BursariesCompany Offering the Opportunity: SASOLOpportunity available in: Eastern Cape / Free State / Gauteng / KwaZulu / Limpopo / Mpumalanga / North West / Northern Cape / Western CapeTags: sasolbursaryfundingstudytechnology

Public Relations Intern Volunteer At Sizakala Wellness Counsellors

SWC seeks to appoint a Public Relations/Marketing Intern Volunteer to be based in Johannesburg.

Public Relations Intern Volunteer At Sizakala Wellness Counsellors

Sizakala Wellness Counsellors (S.W.C) is a nonprofit organisation run by qualified mental health practitioners. We aim to provide psychological well-being and emancipate individuals within their respective communities. We focus on the psychological development and empowerment of youths, specifically those in disadvantaged communities.

The Intern assists S.W.C with public relations and marketing, helping to expand client’s profits and increase visibility.


Public Relations

  • Assist with developing, writing and distributing approved press releases
  • Assist with media relations, including pitching, researching and scheduling interviews if needed
  • Assist with organisation of executive photos, photo opportunities and events
  • Assist with building and maintaining relationships with both local and national media
  • Assist with building and maintaining press kits
  • Assist with posting logos and organisational summaries to industry services related web sites and publications
  • Assist with finding and completing appropriate contest entries
  • Assist with following-up with members of the media to track and ensure client placement
  • Assist with proofing written materials for style, grammar, etc
  • Assist with planning and executing special events, if needed


  • Assist with monitoring the impact of marketing plans, including revenues, and making adjustments accordingly
  • Assist with writing advertising copy for clients
  • Assist with developing, maintaining and using marketing database, which includes client and prospect information, mailing lists
  • Access to client publications, etc
  • Assist with electronic and social media marketing efforts for S.W.C
  • Assist with direct mail and marketing efforts for S.W.C


  • Ability to work with others
  • Ability to manage numerous projects simultaneously
  • Ability to assist clients from concept to production
  • Adherence to deadlines and budget
  • Willingness to contribute to the overall operation of the JOdesign
  • Ability to generate, share and follow through on creative ideas
PagesOpportunity Closing Date: Thursday, May 31, 2018Opportunity is closing in 35 daysArticle Category: InternshipsCompany Offering the Opportunity: Sizakala Wellness CounsellorsOpportunity available in: GautengTags: SizakalaWellnessCounsellorsinternskillstrainingmarketing

How Not To Become A College Drop Out

There are 5 major reasons students don't finish their studies. Here are some tips to help you survive the challenges students face at varsity.

Don't become a college drop out

The reality is that first year students have the highest drop out ratio among all college students.

In the video 'The Top 5 Reasons Student Drop Out Of College' created by EssayPro we look at why some students abandon their studies before their academic course is complete.

No Discipline

The number one reason students drop out of college is a lack of discipline. “When a student has the willpower to finish their education and takes active steps to follow through with it nothing will stop them.”

Survivor Tip: One way to become disciplined and motivated is by setting goals and planning for your future. This will keep you focused when things get tough.

Heavy workloads

The combination of tests, homework and assignments can make even the most dedicated student feel inadequate. Academic courses require complete commitment but many students are not ready for this level of responsibility and dedication. As a result students fail to deliver on their assignments and exams.

Survivor tip: If you can't cope with the workload make a plan to join a study group or approach your college for academic support. Don't suffer in silence.

Wrong major

“About 80% of college students decide to change their major at least once.” It is not uncommon for students to commit to a course of study only to discover the programme is not what they expected. When this happens students may turn to a trade or an alternative study opportunity to earn money faster, rather than finish their qualification.

Survivor Tip: Get career guidance and do your research before you enrol for a course. Speak to people in the programme or in your prospective career if possible to get a better idea of what you can expect.

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Learnership Opportunity for Persons with a Disability

ClockWork are seeking person's with a disability for a range of learnership opportunities in Gauteng, KZN and the Western Cape.

Learnership Opportunity for Persons with a Disability

If you are looking for a learnership or job as a disabled individual please fill in the form so we can match you to the best opportunities near you!

ClockWork offers several opportunities for persons with disabilities who are looking for work. We have various strategic partners who can assist with the placement of individuals into learnerships or full-time positions. We are always looking to create more partnerships that will create jobs and assist those with a disability in reaching their employment goals.

Our recruitment team are experienced in this area, and many of them have worked with persons with disabilities in the past. We will always try our best to place you into a role which is specific to your needs, and although cannot guarantee placement, ClockWork has been extremely successful in recruiting jobseekers with disabilities since launching the service offering to our clients.

If you are a jobseeker with a disability, follow the steps below to complete your registration and move one step further to gaining employment.

Fill out our job seeking form for persons with disabilities which can be found here:

Make sure your phone number and email address are correct. One of our friendly team members will contact you (via WhatsApp if you have, alternatively via SMS or phone call). They will get to know you and understand your job seeking needs.

After we have contacted you, we will require you to send us your documentation via email. Please make sure you have the following documents at hand: CV. Copy of ID, Proof of Disability, Qualification certificate. Providing documentation is a pre-requisite for ClockWork jobs or learnerships.

Once you have submitted your documentation, you will be eligible as a ClockWork job seeker with a disability. We always ask you to be patient as jobs are not always immediately available. However, a ClockWork representative or client will be in touch as soon as an opportunity presents itself.

PagesOpportunity Closing Date: Monday, April 30, 2018Opportunity is closing in 4 daysArticle Category: LearnershipsCompany Offering the Opportunity: ClockworkOpportunity available in: Western CapeTags: learnershipdisabilitiesskillstrainingworkrecruitment