As part of Primemedia’s commitment to reduce youth unemployment through creating opportunities for upskilling and development, Primedia, offers an invitation to unemployed candidates who meets the criteria to apply for their Primedia Learnership Programme in Business Administration & Management 2016-2017 (NQF 4).
With media brands spanning Broadcasting to Outdoor, and almost everything in between, Primedia is a leading African media group.
Our interests include a broad portfolio of Media and Entertainment areas, including a range of advertising opportunities, 4 of the country’s top radio stations, out of home media, content distribution, gaming and digital platforms.
We also own South Africa’s largest cinema chain, Ster-Kinekor, post-production facilities and the country’s only 3D motion capture animation studio.
Our ongoing drive is to provide world-class content and communication platforms to our consumer base as well as to our business partners by embracing strong governance and values-centric, ethical business practices.
Primedia continues to work hard on being representative of the demography of our country through sound employment equity principles; the development of our employees; entrenching affirmative procurement; supporting enterprise development initiatives and developing communities through our corporate social investment initiatives.
As part of our commitment to reduce youth unemployment through creating opportunities for upskilling and development, Primedia, in partnership with the MICT SETA and our training partner, The Business School of South Africa, extend an invitation to unemployed candidates who meets the criteria to apply for enrolment in our Primedia Learnership Programme in Business Administration & Management 2016-2017 (NQF 4).
Successful participants will graduate with a National Certificate in Business Administration & Management (NQF 4) after undergoing extensive upskilling in the following areas:
- BLOCK A: Self-Management
- BLOCK B: Team Dynamics
- BLOCK C: Effective
- BLOCK D: Finance Essentials Communication
- BLOCK E: Organisational Effectiveness
BLOCK F: Customer Service
A monthly stipend of R 2 500 will be paid to learners for the duration of the Learnership (12 months)
Applicants must be based in Gauteng and be available for the full term of the Learnership, from January 2016 to February 2017.
Training will be conducted in Centurion for 2-3 days per month from February 2016 to January 2017.
All shortlisted candidates must make themselves available for interviews from mid November 2015 – January 2016.
Only candidates that meet the following minimum criteria may apply:
- Between the ages of 18 to 35
- Matric (minimum 50% each for Maths and English)
- No Criminal Record
- Proficient Verbal and Written Communication in English at NQF Level 4
- Mathematical Literacy at NQF Level 4
Applications from disabled candidates are most welcome
At Primedia, we strive to ensure that our people practices reflect our values and commitment to continued development.
We make every effort to create a work environment that supports and draws the best out of our employees and creates a workplace that is dynamic, fun, rewarding and encourages personal and professional growth.
The potential for greatness lives within each of us.
If you are interested in striving for greatness, and are excited by the opportunity of training with a Media Leader, then complete your online application at www.primedia.academy and submit together with a clear copy of your ID, Matric Certificate and CV.
Online applications only – Faxed, E-mailed or Posted applications will not be accepted.
Closing date for applications is 12 NOVEMBER 2015.
Should you not hear from us by 10 December 2015, please consider your application unsuccessful.
Enquiries may be directed to The Business School of South Africa at 012 755 8641.
Please note that application feedback will be sent via e-mail. We will not be able to confirm your status telephonically.
CLOSING DATE: 12 NOVEMBER 2015
REGIONS: GAUTENG, DURBAN & CAPE TOWN