The Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Police is committed to the development, education and stabilizing the economy of South Africa. With their learnership program they do their part by increasing the number of skilled workers. They invite talented candidates to apply yearly for a learnership within a wide field of services.
What Does the Ekurhuleni Metro Police Learnership Program Offer?
Candidates interested in applying for a learnership with the Ekurhuleni Metro Police will have to sign an 18-months learnership contract.
Candidates can look at a variety of fields such as:
- Licensing services
- Health Care Worker
- Supply Chain
- Auxiliary / Social Work
Selected candidates will receive training in the following fields and more depending on their field of application:
- Domestic Violence
- Firearm Training
- National Road Regulations
- National Traffic Act
- SAPS Act
- Legal Aspects
- Crime Prevention
Costs Covered by the Ekurhuleni Metro Police Learnership
Selected candidates will receive a monthly stipend during the learnership period. Accommodation, meals and transport will be the responsibility of each candidate. Some candidates may also be offered a permanent position upon successful completion of their learnership term, this is, however, not guaranteed.
Applicants must be citizens of South Africa between the ages of 18 and 35, and also hold a valid ID document to qualify to apply. There is also other basic requirements that will have to be met for candidates to qualify.
The following requirements must be met by all applicants:
- Must have a valid Grade 12 / Matric certificate
- Proficiency in English a must
- Computer literacy where needed
- Hold a valid driver’s license where needed
- Have no criminal record, finger prints to do a check will be done
- Must be a resident within the area of application and must provide proof of residence
- Must not have any former work practice
- Must be medically fit where needed
Applicants with a disability are urged to also apply and also women. Applicants not meeting the basic requirements will not be considered. Short listed candidates will be contacted and may be asked to partake in a medical fitness exam, as well as an English proficiency test and a psychometric test. Candidate documentation will be verified and criminal records checked.
How to Apply for This Learnership
Application forms for this learenrship program is not available online, but candidates can download the learnership policy form. Candidates need to go through these before applying and ensure they understand, agree and comply with all regulations. Learnership opportunities will be advertised via the Ekurhuleni Metro Careers Page as well.
The application forms can be collected from the local metro police offices in each region. Once completed and all documentation certified and attached, applications can be returned to the same offices. Please ensure you complete the application in full and sign it. Applications faxed, emailed, submitted late or incomplete will not be looked at.
Candidates can collect and deliver applications at the following addresses:
Cnr Transoranje & Morkel Street
2161 Lucas Mangope Drive
113 Lovers Lane
100 Napier Road
Cnr. Botha & Mark Street
Info Forum Building
1 Madiba Street
71 Boundary Avenue
119 Brat Avenue
Cnr. Willem Cruywagen & Daan de Wet Nel Street
Station Square Centre
Cnr. Montrosse & Oakley Street
Candidates are asked to please apply with the closest offices to their region or area of living.
Timeframe That Learnership is Open
There are currently no opening date or deadline for applications, thus candidates are urged to find out from their local offices about opening dates.