Internships allow college, university, high school, and postgraduate learners to understand the ins and outs of an industry before they enter the working world.
A learnership is a structured learning programme which includes theoretical and practical workplace experiential learning over a period of at least 12 months and which leads to an occupational related qualification registered on the NQF.
The customised learnership programmes allow companies to create training courses more specific to them and their employees’ needs.
These programmes include multiple courses that expand the employability of the learners until such time that they find gainful employment.
Qualifications for occupations and trades with structured work based learning that makes work experience an important part of learning.
Workplace-based learning programmes consist of enhancing the academic and technical skills of the learner, enhancing their employability.
These programmes supply the employee with ‘just enough’ training and knowledge to positively affect the overall workings of the company and the employee’s position.
Workplace-based diplomas are standard courses that require the employee to complete training necessary for their job.
These programmes are deemed necessary by the company for its employees, including programmes prescribed by law.