SABC Learnerships 2019-2020
SABC is known to be South Africa’s leading broadcasting organization. They know the vitality of education and the effects of media along with social sharing, radio and more. They are known as a deep-rooted body within South Africa. They offer a diversity of openings yearly. They seek talented, young, deserving candidates each year to aid in filling openings, but also to aid in the development of the youth within South Africa, and stabilize the economy of the country.
They offer successful candidates a monthly stipend, which will depend on the position they are filling. Most of their learnerships will be for a duration of between 6 months and even up to 2 years.
Individuals who are interested in the positions mentioned below or those as advertised by the SABC and meet all requirements are welcome to apply. Become part of an exciting new world, filled with diversity and challenges.
This company boasts a rich and quite fascinating history, growth and went through multiple changes as it became more and more part of the country. It aids in restructuring the workforce, stabilizing the economy and offering equal opportunity to all South Africans.
SABC Learnerships Available
SABC has a variety of fields available each year, here are some that may be of interest to you, depending on your desired career path:
- Broadcasting Engineer
- Radio Engineering
- Radio Programming
- Radio Production
- Technology Operator
- Television Operations
- Radio Production
- Sound Restoration
- Information Technology
- Technology Television Operations
- Lighting Operator – Technology
- Technical Operator
- Camera Operations – Technology
SABC Learnerships Requirements
Applications are accepted yearly for a variety of learnerships at the SABC. These aids to fill openings within the company that arises, however, a permanent position is not guaranteed. Please ensure you provide sufficient contact detail such as telephone numbers, postal and physical addresses and more.
Candidates will also be required to have the following:
- Applicants must hold a valid Matric certificate
- Candidates must be a South African citizen
- All candidates must be unemployed
- Valid ID book/card
- Candidates with a degree or diploma within the selected discipline
- All candidates must be computer literate
- Candidates must be proficient in English (read, write & speak)
- You must be willing to do an aptitude test, along with any other required criteria
- Candidates must apply within their relevant provinces
Please note that incomplete applications will not be considered. Ensure you attach all relevant certified documentation to your application, in addition to a curriculum vitae. The curriculum vitae should reflect your expertise, competencies along with your skills and interests.
SABC learnerships online applications processes are made available during the year when they have openings. Candidates interested in applying may have a look online, on the SABC website for any developments during the year. Candidates may also send an inquiry e-mail. Candidates must ensure they have all requirements as stipulated on the application form or advertisement. Learnerships may also be advertised on SABC radio stations and local newspapers.
Once applications open you can download the form, complete it and submit it along with all required documentation, additionally you can also contact them for more information. Remember to include certified copies of all qualification as well as your ID. They will not accept any late entries, so be sure you have your application, along with all required documentation in on time. Their internships are subject to change regularly as their needs arise and are filled. The SABC also offers successful candidates a monthly stipend, and most of their learnerships are for a duration of 1 year or more.
Provinces that candidates can look at are as follow:
- North West
- Free State / Northern Cape
- Western Cape
- Eastern Cape
- North West
SABC Learnerships Closing Date
The closing dates for SABC learnerships are usually round September and October each year. The SABC will contact qualifying individuals, and appointments will be made for interviews. Thus, if you do not hear from them, candidates can accept their applications as being unsuccessful.