Department: Correctional Services REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA
The FET Certificate in Corrections Services Learnership in DCS A rewarding opportunity to acquire the skills, knowledge, attitude and acceptable workplace behaviour required within the correctional environment while earning a stipend of R3 500 for twelve months. Postal address: Regional Commissioner Limpopo, Mpumalanga and North-West, Recruitment Section, P/Bag X142, Pretoria 0001. Physical address: Proes & Paul Kruger Street 198 Masada Building 9th Floor, Pretoria, 0001 Contact Person: Eddie Nhlengethwa: 012 323 4818 WESTERN CAPE REGION: References: West Coast (Ref: Wc01); Drakentstein (Ref: WC02); Allandale (Ref: WC03); Brandvlei (Ref: WC04); Pollsmoor (Ref: WC05); Goodwood (Ref: WC06); Southern Cape (Ref: D07); Voorberg (Ref: WC08); Overberg (Ref: WC09); Breede River (Ref: WC010) In the case of Western Cape applications, please use the address of the relevant management area. Postal addresses are as follows: Allandale Management Area, Private Bag X23 Hugenote 7645 Brandvlei Management Area, Private Bag X3064, Worcester 6849 Breede River Management Area, Private Bag X6848, Worcester 6849 Drakenstein Management Area, Private Bag X6005, Paarl 7620 Goodwood Management Area, Private Bag X4, Edgemead 7407 Overberg Management Area Private Bag X051, Caledon 7230 Pollsmoor Management Area Private Bag X4, Tokai 7966 Voorberg Management Area Private Bag X2, Porterville 6810 West Coast Management Area Private Bag X2, Malmesbury 7300 Southern Cape Management Area Private Bag X6539, George 6530 R e g i o n a l C o m m i s s i o n e r We s t e r n C a p e , Recruitment Section, P/Bag X1, Edgemead 7407. Physical address: Breede River Street Monte Vista Contact Person: Ms Fezile Ngcanga: 021 550 6078 HEAD OFFICE: Security Section References: Head Office Security (HO 01); Zonderwater College Security (HO 02); Kroonstad College Security (HO 03) Postal address: Private Bag X136 Pretoria 0001 Physical address: 124 WF Nkomo Street Poyntons Building Pretoria 0001 Contact Person: Ms Rose Sekotlong: 012 305 8591 DCS is an Equal Opportunity Employer and the provisions of the Department’s Employment Equity Plan shall be taken into consideration in the selection of candidates for enrolment into the learnership. It is the intention of the DCS to promote representation in terms of race, gender and disabilities. In support of this learnership strategy, the applicants need to indicate their race, gender and disability status on the application forms as well as in their CVs. People living with disabilities are also encouraged to apply. The inherent requirements of the job in which learners shall be trained during the learnership period will be taken into consideration especially in the selection process as well as during the actual training at the colleges. Take note that correspondence shall only be limited to shortlisted candidates and thereafter the successful candidates. Should you not be contacted within two (2) months immediately after the closing date of this advertisement, regard your application for learnership as having been unsuccessful.
The DCS is looking for persons from various communities, interests and with appropriate qualifications to enter into a Further Education and Training Certificate in the Corrections Services Learnership (NQF Level 4). The function of these trainees shall be to contribute towards the rehabilitation of offenders through correction and human development in secure, safe and humane detention or under the community-based correctional supervision. Basic enlistment requirements: • South Africans who are in possession of a Grade 12/Standard 10 Certificate; or • South Africans who have successfully completed the National Certificate in Vocational Studies (NQF Level 4); or • South Africans who have successfully completed a Further Education and Training Certificate NQF (Level 4). Preference will be given to candidates with an...
References: Polokwane (Ref: LMN01); Barberton (Ref: LMN02); Bethal (Ref: LMN03); Klerksdorp (Ref: LMN04); Rooigrond (Ref: LMN05); Rustenburg (Ref: LMN06); Thohoyandou (Ref: LMN07); Witbank (Ref: LMN08)
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