Home Affairs Learnerships 2020, Application Guidelines
How to Apply for Learnerships at Home Affairs
The application of the Department of Home Affairs learnership must be delivered to their office at Hallmark Building, 230 Johannes Ramokhoase Street.
It must be completed documentation including personal identity and comprehensive CV in order to make easier for the team in selecting the candidates.
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The deadline of the application must be at the end of August each year based on the fields of interests.
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How To Apply
Note: Applications must be made on a signed and dated Z83 Application for Employment Form, accompanied by a comprehensive CV as well as certified copies of all qualifications and Identification Document
• Should an applicant be in possession of a foreign qualification, it must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate obtained from SAQA • Applications without certified required documents will not be considered
• Successful candidates will be subjected to pre-employment screening and security checks. Learners who previously participated in a Public Service Learnership Programme, will not be considered
• Cadets will be placed in the following Civic Services Offices for experiential learning and will also be considered to be deployed to various Ports of Entry during peak periods.
Direct your application, together with all supporting documentation to the Department’s relevant Provincial office as indicated above, quoting the relevant reference number.