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 How to Become a Pilot at SAPS?


Have you ever wondered how people become pilots at SAPS?

Well, now the secret is out.

This is what you have to do:

0. Go to this link>>>http://goo.gl/GRqnXJ
1. You must have grade 12
2. You must have passed English, Maths and Physical Science
3. Download a Z83 Application form
4. Send your application to SAPS before the closing date as stipulated in the learnership advertisement.
5. Wait for response
6. If they call you for interview, good luck.
7. If selected, go to a training
8. Complete the training programme and get placed in the SAPS Read More...and Apply

 How to write a good Curriculum Vitae CV

A great CV can occasionally itself secure you a job, especially if you are applying for temporary work. At the very least, a strong CV will ensure you promote yourself to your best advantage and help secure interviews.

There is no single way to construct a CV; it is your document and can be structured and presented as you wish within the basic framework set out below. Read More...CLICK HERE


 How to Dress for a Job Interview?

Preparing for a job interview does not require that you prepare yourself psychologically or practicing how to answer questions but it also involves knowing which clothes to wear for the interview.

I have some suggestions on how you can do that.

1. First research about the dress code for that company. If the dress code for the company is formal, you might as well go for a formal attire.If the dress code is casual, you might as well go for casual. most organisations such as Non-Profit organisations usually do not prefer formal dress code. Read More...Click Here

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...

 7 Tips to Get a Job or a Learnership Fast

1.SUBSCRIBE for Email Updates
by subscribing for Email updates, you save time and money. You can open and view the jobs updates at anytime, even using your phone. SUBSCRIBE FOR LEARNERSHIPS NOW HERE
2.UPDATE YOUR CV WHENEVER YOU GET A CERTIFICATE OR EXPERIENCE
Your CV must be updated regularly, whenever you get new experience, training or new skill, you have to update your CV. It is important to keep your CV up to date. Read More ..DOWNLOAD THIS TIPS FREE

10 Ways to See if a Job is a SCAM


I was just browsing on facebook and I found this to be interesting and I thought I should share it with you.

Below are ten tips to see if a job is a scam. Note that on this website we do not post such kind of jobs.


·         They Use Personal/free email e.g: (hotmail. gmail, webmail, yahoo, mail e.t.c)

·         They Use Personal Cell Number Instead of a Land-line/company tell (e.g. 073, 082. 061. 060 e.t.c)

·         They Need Upfront fee for the job placement (e.g. pay R120 for your Job placement or Test).Read More...

Best Places to find Learnerships in South Africa


I have come to a realisation that it is not so obvious that you and I are not on the same page in terms of having knowledge of finding information online.

To get information online is not as easy as you might think. You can search from one search engine to another and get sent from pillar to post and yet find nothing. Read More...Click Here
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