THE OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME FOR 5 OF SOUTH AFRICA’S BRIGHTEST YOUNG PEOPLE TO JOIN OUR SHORT TERM INSURANCE LEARNERSHIP. The
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combined with practical/workplace experience which totals to 1 200
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Learnership • Please also have your Matric subjects and symbols on hand as you need to input this information on your application. • You must have a valid SA ID THE LEARNER WILL ACHIEVE THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS FROM THIS PROGRAMM: • Obtain a recognised and portable short term insurance qualification in Short term insurance environment. • Gain access to the industry with a better employment profile. Competencies: • Communication – communicates clearly and professionally to clients • Resilience & drive – pursues goals despite obstacles • Interpersonal skills – relates well to diverse people • Detail orientation – accurately captures or communicates information • Desire and potential to learn • Self motivated • Basic computer skills
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