Vodacom Learnerships Opportunities
Vodacom Learnerships – If you have recently finished matric and have always been interested in working for the most progressive Telecommunications Company in South Africa, then this learnership is for you.
We are offering a few lucky Learners the fantastic opportunity to join Vodacom in 2015, to not only get a formal qualification, but also to gain valuable experience in various fields, such as Business Administration, Marketing, Commercial Wholesale and Retail, as well as Project Management
Mpumalanga: Rustenburg and Nelspruit;
Eastern Cape: Port Elizabeth and East London;
Western Cape: Cape Town.
Vodacom Learnerships Aim
Develop a talent pipeline of skilled individuals for identified business areas at Vodacom
Create an opportunity for individuals who do not have a tertiary qualification to acquire a NQF level 2 formal qualification within a specified field in the telecommunications environment
Develop competence against the required outcomes within the specified qualification
Focus on the development of various skills required within the total telecommunications environment during the programme
Raise both the candidate’s commercial awareness and interpersonal skills to new levels so that they able to perform effectively within the environment.
Vodacom Learnerships Requirements
Essential requirements: Applicants must not be current permanent employees of Vodacom SA
Be willing to sign a fixed-term employment contract for 12 months
How To Apply
Note: This learnership is now closed
Vodacom is a leading African communications company providing a wide range of communication services, including mobile voice, messaging, data, financial and converged services to over 103 million (including Safaricom) customers.
From our roots in South Africa, we have grown our mobile network business to include operations in Tanzania, the DRC, Mozambique, Lesotho and Kenya. Our mobile networks cover a population of over 284 million people.
Through Vodacom Business Africa (VBA), we offer business managed services to enterprises in 32 countries.
Vodacom is majority owned by Vodafone (64.5% holding), one of the world’s largest communications companies by revenue.