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FASSET Ethics-Risk-Governance and Fraud Workshops 2014

September 8, 2014

Fasset invites registered members to join us in a full day workshop on Ethics, Risk, Governance and Fraud

Fasset’s Ethics, Risk, Governance and Fraud Workshop will be held countrywide in October 2014 and will cover the subject principles and provide practical tips.

Click here to register your attendance online. Registration for the first event closes on 25 September 2014 thereafter, 4 working days before the commencement of each workshop.

Source:www.fasset.org.za

 

Gauteng Social Development Learnerships for 2015

September 7, 2014
Department of Social Development offers exciting opportunities to suitable candidates who have passed grade 12 for potential placement in our Learnership programme.

PREFERENCE WILL BE GIVEN TO:
Youth with a disability
Foster Children
Orphans\Youth Related to Military Veterans
Child Support Recipients
Child Headed Families
Youth from 50 poorest wards
Successful learners will be expected to enter into a 12 month contract for 2015 and would be placed across the Department and Identified NGO’s and ECD centres.

Documents to be attached

 Certified copies of ID
 Certified copy of Grade 12 certificate
 CV
 Foster Care Order ( in cases of foster children)
 Documentary proof of Child Support Grant
 Documentary proof of relation to Military Veterans.
 Motivation from Social Worker.
 Death Certificate in respect of Orphans.

Learnership Positions:
Social Auxiliary Work
Information Technology
Early Childhoold Development
Business Administration
Childand Youth Care

How to Apply

Download Full Info Brochure (NB:Download this brochure to see further requirements)
Download Z83
All application forms (Z83) for Learnership can be obtained from Department of Social Development’s Head Office, regional offices and institutions.

NB: No incomplete, faxed or emailed applications will be considered.
All applications should be submitted to the project coordinator responsible for the programme at 75 Commissioner Street, Perm Building, Ground Floor or posted to Private Bag X 35, Johannesburg, 2000.

Closing Date: 31 October 2014
 

SAICA learnerships for 2015 MVI Group

September 7, 2014
SAICA learnerships are current available at the following office for the 2015 intake for the:
Western Cape,
Free State,
North West,
Mpumalanga and
Eastern Cape.

A minimum qualification of a recognised B-degree in accounting or in the process of completion with a strong desire to become a CA(SA), completed Honours/CTA will be an added advantage. A competitive salary and ample study leave are available to trainees.

Please forward detailed curriculum vitae to hr@mvigroup.co.za for the attention: The Human Resource Director and clearly indicate the province you are applying. Closing date 31 October 2014. Interviews will be held during November 2014.

Should you not receive feedback within 30 days, please consider your application unsuccessful.
 

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