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The Difference Between Learnerships and Internships

November 1, 2014
Difference between LEARNERSHIPS and INTERNSHIPS



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What is the difference between a Learnership and an Internship?

A lot of people confuses the two, some even confuse learnerships with a bursary or scholarship. They are not the same.

I just want to try to clear the two.

A learnership is a programme, mostly for people with only matric as their highest qualification. You get to be trained in a certain field while you are also earning money at the same time. After completion of the programme, you should be awarded a certificate which indicate the level that you have achieved. With that certificate, you can go and look for a job in that field or further your studies in the same field. Some companies uses the term apprenticeship instead of learnership.

An internship, is a workplace programme where a person with a degree or diploma is placed to get practical experience for the field of study they are in. Sometimes people need to get this experience in order to complete their qualifications. The same here, you get paid while you are doing your intern work. Some companies prefers to call internship as a graduates programme, traineeships ox workplace experiential programme.

So the big difference is, for a learnership you have matric as your highest qualification while for an internship you must have a diploma or degree or you are about to complete it.

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Graphic Design Learnerships Cape Town

October 31, 2014

Graphic Design Learnerships Cape Town
Location: Cape Town

Content

Groupon offers a great opportunity for young, creative and dynamic design graduates who want to join an exciting and ground-breaking marketing team. In this role, you will be responsible for managing the marketing for our innovative social media platforms, designing images and uploading our daily deals, coming up with competitive and unique branding ideas and you will have the opportunity to design banners for our online advertising campaigns, where you will get exposure to international best practice. 

Requirements

  • A 3rd or final year graduate in Graphic Design from a reputable design institute
  • Knowledge of Wordpress (HTML coding)
  • Knowledge of Adobe Programmes (Illustrator, Photoshop & In-design)
  • Experience with printing/publishing in various mediums
  • Knowledge of building applications for social media platforms (.psd files)
  • In-depth experience with social media such as Facebook and Twitter
  • Have dealt with the creation and design of banners/ branding and posters
  • Overarching desire to become an integral part in the marketing team of the fastest growing company in the world

How To Apply

Click Here to Apply

Closing Date: 29 December 2014

 

Discovery Learnerships 6X Positions Cape Town

October 31, 2014

Discovery Learnerships 6X Positions Cape Town


Location: Cape Town

Ref: 141007-1

Content

Discovery is offering the opportunity of a lifetime for of 6 South Africa’s brightest young people to join their medical claims assessing learnership. The learnership programme consists of structured learning components combined with practical/ workplace experience which totals to 1 350 learning hours. The qualification is Unit Standard Based and the programme is registered with the Insurance Sector Education and Training Authority (InSeta) and will be accredited by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA).

The focus of the learnership will be on providing services in a contact centre environment.

Requirements

  • South African citizen
  • Hold valid and recognised Matric with Maths (Minimum D symbol) and English (minimum C symbol on standard grade)
  • Learners must have achieved at least two languages at Matric (Minimum D symbol or Level 4)
  • Not be engaged in post matric studies or formal employment
  • Not have completed previous Learnership
  • Be between the ages of 18 and 30 years
  • Have effective communication skills in the English language
  • Possess basic computer skills
  • Express a keen interest in administration, contact centre and  customer service

Please note: The cost of attending interviews and any relocation cost is for the account of the candidate. Discovery will not reimburse any costs incurred

How To Apply

Apply for Discovery Learnership Programme 2015

Closing Date: 31 December 2014

 

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Difference between LEARNERSHIPS and INTERNSHIPS
  
What is the difference between a Learnership and an Internship?

A lot of people confuses the two, some even confuse learnerships with a bursary or scholarship. They are not the same.

I just want to try to clear the two.

A learnership is a programme, mostly for people with only matric as their highest qualification. You get to be trained in a certain field while you are also earning money at the same time. Read More...

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