iLearn offers full training for 30 Learnership qualifications over a variety of categories.
A Learnership is a structured, work-based learning programme that is directly related to an occupation and usually takes place over one year, leading to a nationally recognised qualification. Learnerships are provided by employers in contract with the learner and an accredited training provider. Learnerships allow people to gain work experience in their chosen career while studying for a formal qualification.
- Business Admin
- Contact Centre
- Information Technology
- New Venture Creation
- Production Technology
- Project Management
- Sales & Marketing
- Supply Chain
- Wholesale and Retail
TRADITIONAL VS BLENDED LEARNING
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A hosted Learnership is a partnership between two companies, whereby one company (the sponsor) funds the Learnership programme, and the other company (the host) provides the workplace facility and dedicated mentors to assist and guide learners.
ENTERPRISE SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT (ESD) SOLUTION
B-BBEE creates economic development opportunities at multiple levels. Due to lucrative tax incentives, a Learnership training solution employed across the elements of Enterprise Supplier Development (ESD) and Socio-Economic Development (SED), can help you lower the cost of making a difference, as well as justify the spend through a measurable return on your investment. Let us show you how!
GET MORE B-BBEE POINTS FOR LESS!
Since government made skills development a priority element on the B-BBEE scorecard, employers are urged to put unemployed, lower skilled learners through Learnership training programmes, giving them an opportunity to enter the job market for on-the-job training. Learnerships also provide a unique and effective means of targeting skills shortages that are further supported by the Learnership Tax Incentive and the Employment Tax Incentive that can help recoup some of the costs.
THE SECRET TO SUCCESS
A Learnership is an extremely complex and often challenging project that requires:
Learner engagement, retention and completion is dependent on a number of key factors: