Computershare is a global leader in share registration, employee equity plans, proxy solicitation and other specialised financial and communication services. This learnership will take twelve (12) months to complete, during which time the learner is required to complete both the theory and practical components of the learnership.
Computershare’s Learnership Programme aims to:
Provide an academic development platform for our employees to obtain the qualifications they need in order to succeed, through the following FASSET registered learnerships – ICB Office Administration
Support our employees’ career development goals
Upskill our workforce
Develop a qualified, competent and productive workforce to help our company move forward
The Certificate in Office Administration Learnership will provide an opportunity for unemployed matriculants to acquire a range of administrative skills crucial to the successful functioning of our organisation.
This learnership comprises of both a theory and practical component. The theory component will be conducted and administered by the learning Institute.
The practical component will be assessed by a registered assessor in the workplace.
This is the structured learning component of the learnership. Learning is to be completed at an accredited training provider and the learner is assessed via the means of a three hour examination in the following learning areas:
- Office Communication
- Marketing Management and Public Relations
- Business and Office Administration 1
- Business Law and Administrative Practice
- Cost and Management Accounting
This is the work-based component of the learnership. Learners are required to undergo monitored workplace training, after which the learner will be assessed against the practical component of the learnership.
The practical component must be completed at an accredited workplace provider.
This learnership will take twelve (12) months to complete, during which time the learner is required to complete both the theory and practical components of the learnership.
- Grade 12 certificate
- MS Office Literacy (Word and Excel)
- English (write, read and speak)
- Afrikaans (write, read and speak)
- South African citizens with a valid SA ID
- Preference will be given to previously disadvantaged individuals Under the age of 29
Applications close on Friday 27 November 2015.