Online Application For Learnerships

The online application for learnerships is a great way to get your foot in the door. It allows you to apply for many different types of jobs at once and save time by doing it all from home, instead of having to drive from place to place and fill out dozens of applications.

The process is simple, but there are some things that you should know before starting this project. For example:

Online Application For Learnerships

To apply for a learnership, you will first need to be sure you have the following:

  • A computer or tablet or smartphone
  • Internet access
  • A printer and scanner if applying via email (you can fax your application). If applying in person, you should bring your sealed envelope with your original ID and all other required documentation. Please note that no applications will be accepted by fax.
  • A USB stick if uploading an application online

What You Should Know Before You Start Your Online Application

If you are eligible to apply, you should know that in order to apply for a learnership, you must:

  • Be 18 years or older
  • Be a South African citizen
  • Have a matric certificate

You Must Have A Computer or Tablet Or SmartPhone

You will need a computer or a tablet or a smartphone. This is because you will be doing the application process online, so you will need the device and an internet connection.

You should have a good internet speed, otherwise it might take a long time for your application to load.

You should also have a good browser (such as Google Chrome) in order for your application to run smoothly and not crash on you while you are uploading documents or answering questions.

  • Be prepared to answer questions about your educational background.
  • Be prepared to answer questions about your work experience.
  • Be prepared to answer questions about your hobbies.
  • Be ready to talk about your future plans and where you see yourself in 5 years from now, 10 years from now, etc.

If there’s nothing set in stone yet, then be ready for some more general questions like “What do you see yourself doing when you’re older?” or “What are some aspirations that keep you motivated?” You may be asked specific follow-up questions based on the answers given (e.g., “If we offered this position after a year of being a Learner, what would be different in terms of job responsibilities?”) so try not to ramble on too much unless they specifically ask for more details!

Finally, know that personality is important when it comes down to choosing who gets offers instead of just answering all these inquiries by rote memorization alone; think carefully about what makes up YOUR unique self.

Get Ready With All The Documents That Are Needed

The first thing to do after applying for a learnership is to gather all the documents that will be required. Make sure you have a folder ready with all the documents that are going to be needed at the learnership office.

They will often ask for copies of your ID, as well as proof of residence and even academic records if they’re not available online.

Prepare For Interview Question

Before you go for the interview, review the questions your interviewer will ask you. You can find these in our other posts on how to prepare for interviews.

You should always prepare for the interview questions before hand, this way you will be better prepared for it.

For example: if you know the company you are applying for and have done your research on them, then you will be able to answer their questions in a more confident manner that shows that you really care about them and their organisation. It would also show that if given an opportunity, your skills would add value to their business.

If possible ask some of their current employees or even former ones (if they’re willing) about what makes this company great and what kind of people they look for as employees because usually when someone leaves a company there is usually something wrong with them or perhaps something didn’t work out as planned which led to their departure from the organisation but at least now we know where not to apply!


In conclusion, you should know that every application is unique and different from the last one. It’s important to be prepared for questions about yourself and your CV/resume before applying for a learnership.

We hope this article has helped you understand how to apply for learnerships online and what other steps are involved in the process.

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