SAB Learnerships for Unemployed in South Africa
SAB is committed to contributing to South Africa’s national skills development agenda by focusing on both internal and external talent development initiatives. External commitment to the skills development of unemployed learners is demonstrated both through the SAB Bursary Scheme and the provision of Learnership/in-service training/vacation work programs.
Learnerships / In-service Training / Internships
SAB’s unemployed learner programs are structured short-term contractual interventions which encourage job creation and promote talent development.
Learners who take part in these programs will benefit from gaining critical functional and behavioural competencies which contribute significantly to the learner’s employment marketability.On completion of these programs and respective academic studies, many of the participating learners transition into full time SAB employees.
At any given time, SAB has unemployed learner opportunities across most business disciplines. SAB partners with the various SETAs – particularly the FOODBEV SETA – to ensure alignment with the Skills Development Strategy within the FOOD BEV sector.
Opportunities will be advertised on the SAB Careers Website throughout the year. The advert will clearly specify what learnership opportunity is available, the minimum entry requirements, in which region the position is located and the contact person to whom CVs must be submitted. CVs will only be accepted in response to an advert.
Requirements of SAB Learnerships
- You must be self motivated
- You must have attention to detail
- You must have the ability to interact will in teams
- You must have to ability to work in teams effectively
SAB Learnership Duties
The learners which have been qualified for these SAB learnerships will be exposed to:
Writing, reading and verbal communications during the distribution environment
Irrational and rational numbers and number systems
You will receive stock into the retail or wholesale outlet
You will be maintaining the balances of the stock
Deliver of stock should be saved to customers
Organization procedures and policies and legal requirement for the transportation of goods
Administrative functions associated to stock delivery and receipt
The packing of stock in areas which have been chosen appropriately
You will pick the stock
You have to pick, packing and movement of stock in order to minimize damages
You will be recording the movement of the stock on the stock management system
You will maintain internal and external housekeeping standards
You have to maintain customer service and the levels of satisfaction
To apply SAB Learnerships, please visit the official website