The Ultimate Guide to Education

Learnerships in South Africa.

Learnerships can be defined as education or learning programs that are structured, having a theory part and a practical part which both leads to a qualification, a qualification which is however, registered on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF).

Learnerships come with their benefits on both sides, the employer side and also on the learner side. We are first going to look at the benefits of learnerships on the employer side or part.

Your efforts and productivity as a learner is impacted on the company concerned. The company in its own way benefits in that it acquires another pair of hands which it may never have to pay for, since the productivity of the learner is all impacted on the company’s productivity.

SETAs or in other words, Sector Educational and Training Authorities provide grants for the learnerships so as to make them attractive, and governments provide tax incentives. However, understanding the need of getting these grants provided by the Sector Educational and Training Authorities, it will be the pleasure of companies to host these learnerships since the major benefit is to them.

Companies in South Africa have been pushed to the high competitive business world because of the learnerships available in their enterprises, which, however, offer more manpower and the increased productivity needed.

There is a connection between the the learnerships and the National Qualification Framework, because the qualification offered in learnerships must be registered in the NQF (National Qualification Framework), which however, is recognised nationally, and thus leading to the national recognition of the company hosting the learnerships, and this is what is happening in South Africa.

The employers are not the only ones who are showered on with the privileges of the learnerships but also the learners take almost the same amount of the gains. The ability of working alone is powered on the learners due to the learnerships that they undertake.

These learnerships have made learners to go out there in the business world and create their own crafts or jobs rather than working for companies or other employers. The learnerships in South Africa have however, pushed or made the learners to work harder and strive so that they can add to the productivity of the businesses concerned or so as to add value to the companies involved.

The learnerships in South Africa enable the learners to gain a qualification which is registerd on the National Qualification Framework (NQF), which is however, a structured programme that is in the same way, nationally recognized in the south country.

The learnerships in South Africa, however, provide room for personal development for the learners involved in them, and they also raise the self- esteem and self image of the very concerned learner.

Learnerships in South African have indeed promoted businesses and also personal development all over the country and also internationally, since these learners do not have the limit not to go out there even abroad, to exercise their gained skills.All the learnerships in South Africa or that has been structured in South Africa have indeed promoted businesses and personal development for learners all over the country and also internationally, since the learners do not have the limit not to go out there even abroad, to exercise their gained skills.