Unemployed youth needed for learnership programme

The Dreamcatchers (a career guidance programme of the Nelson Mandela Youth Centre) has teamed up with DJEM Marketing to train youngsters and provide jobs.

Unemployed youth are encouraged to enrol for the accredited NQF4 learnership programme. There is guaranteed employment for 70 percent of youth who complete the learnership. Those selected for the programme will also earn a stipend during the training period.

Young people interested in applying for the learnership must attend a briefing at the youth centre on Saturday, April 22 at 1pm. Applicants must have a matric certificate and they need to carry their CV and a copy of their ID document. After the briefing, a short interview process will also take place and applicants will be informed if they have secured a place. For more information, contact Clive Pillay on 061-429-2574 or email DJEM Marketing on hr@djem.co.za

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Yoshini Perumal
Journalist

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