The PathCare Academy is offering training programmes for Phlebotomy Technician Learnerships commencing in 2016. This two year course has been successfully offered by the Academy since its inception in 2006 when Pathcare engaged South Africa’s first phlebotomy learners.
The learnership consists of a structured learning component (theory) as well as work place experience (practical).
The theoretical component of the training will take place at the PathCare Academy in Cape Town. Length of time in Cape Town is approximately 8 months in total but this may vary. Students gain practical experience at various PathCare laboratories across South Africa.
Successful candidates are paid an allowance and are employed on a two-year contract during their studies at the PathCare Academy.
All accommodation costs, while in Cape Town and other locations, is the responsibility of the student.
Learners are taught anatomy and physiology, medical ethics, laboratory safety (including HIV infection prevention), and how to safely collect blood and non blood specimens for medical pathology and blood transfusion purposes.
Registered phlebotomy technicians are equipped, through the knowledge and skills gained, to safely collect blood and other human tissue samples for medical pathology or blood transfusion purposes.
These samples aid in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of disease and disease processes in the body.
On successful completion of the two year course and a Board Examination set by the HPCSA, the learner is able to register with the HPCSA as a qualified Phlebotomy Technician and is able to work in pathology laboratories or blood transfusion services.
Successful students will be eligible to apply for permanent positions at PathCare locations across the country.
– Grade 12 Mathematics/Maths Literacy and Biology/Life Science.
Desired Competencies and Abilities:
- Read, write and speak English fluently
- Read, write and understand basic Afrikaans
- Work effectively as part of a team and independently
- Work under pressure and study rigorously
- Possess a well developed work ethic
- Willing to collect and/or process blood and body products
- Provide excellent service and be responsive to customer needs
- Work shifts and after hours as required
The competitive selection process will include: screening of applications and academic results, written proficiency tests and panel interviews.
All fields are to be completed. If your form is incomplete your application will not be considered
DO NOT include a CV. All information that is required at this stage should be filled in on the application form.
The following documents must accompany your application:
- Certified copy of your ID
- Certified copy of your final Grade 12 certificate (If you are currently in Grade 12 please supply a copy of your June report with results)
- Certified copy of results from any tertiary studies whether the course is complete or incomplete
- Two completed personal recommendations (Pg 7/8) one should be from your teacher/lecturer and the other from your manager/supervisor.
NOTE: applicants who have not followed all the instructions and accurately and thoroughly completed the application form, or who have not provided certified copies of all required documents will not be considered
Closing Date: 30 September 2015
The Schauenburg Education Trust focuses on selecting and financing students to obtain qualifications which have been identified as scarce skills and which will ensure that these skills are available for employment in South Africa.
For the foreseeable future, Schauenburg Education Trust will focus on providing bursaries to students in their third and fourth year of study in the field of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at specified universities.
HOW DO I QUALIFY FOR A BURSARY IN 2016 & WHAT MUST I BE STUDYING?
Bursaries for the 2016 academic year are intended to cover third and fourth year students studying Electrical Engineering Degrees (through specified universities) who are:
- Black as per BEE legislation, with preference given to Black women, Black students under 35 years of age, and Black disabled students;
- South African citizens with valid ID numbers;
- Willing to attend interviews and undergo psychometric testing;and
- Willing to spend university holidays doing vacation work or job shadowing at Schauenburg Systems (Pty) Ltd.
To apply for this bursary, students must be:
- full time second or third year students and;
- studying Electrical Engineering Degrees (BEng or BSc);
- at specified accredited South African universities (no bursaries for the 2016 academic year will be awarded to students for studies at a university of technology or college).
Who can apply?
Second or third year students studying Electrical Engineering Degrees (BEng or BSc) can apply for bursaries for their third and fourth year of study.
Applicants must have taken Maths (not Maths Literacy), Science and English in their matric year and achieved a minimum of a level 6 for all 3 subjects.
Applicants must also be able to show that they have made good academic progress during their First and Second year of their tertiary education while studying towards obtaining a degree in Electrical Engineering.
Applicants must have passed all courses for which they have registered while at university.
Closing Date: 30 October 2015
Meet 15-year-old Leroy Mokgatle who came out winning gold at the Genee International Ballet Competition.
In addition to winning gold, he was presented with the Margot Fonteyn Audience Choice Award.
It is hard work Yes!, and The dancers rehearse about 12 hours a day, doing ballet and contemporary dance, as well as normal school work.
The hard work pays off, so endure the sweat and tears and reap the rewards.
At an interview with eNCA he shared some thoughts on his accomplishment. “It’s a very… big honour for me to get a gold medal,” adding that his goal had been to just get to the finals.
“And I did get that, and I got more,” he said modestly after ending on top out of 76 contestants from around the world at the finals hosted by the Royal Academy of Dance in London.
So, believe in yourself.
If you passionate enough and work hard enough you can reach for your dreams.
Bursaries for full-time studies at approved tertiary institutions are currently offered to persons residing in the greater Cape Metropolitan area who will be registering for an undergraduate or postgraduate degree or diploma.
Following fields of study in 2016:
- Atmospheric science (MSc/PhD)
- BComm (procurement logistics)
- Business analyst
- Building development
- Building and construction development
- Chemistry (MSc/PhD)
- Civil engineering (MSc)
- Civil engineering (Housing projects management)
- Civil engineering (specialisation in port and coastal engineering)
- City, town and regional planning
- Conservation of the built environment/heritage studies and management (postgraduate)
- Conservation ecology/biodiversity and conservation (MSc/PhD)
- Ecotoxicology (MSc/PhD)
- Electrical engineering – heavy current (BSc)
- Energy management (postgraduate)
- Law/ethics/risk/auditing/IT (Forensic)
- Geographical information systems (MSc/PhD)
- Geomatics (BSc)
- Industrial engineering
- Landscape architecture
- Library and information science
- Materials and road pavement engineering
- Mechanical engineering (MSc)
- Molecular biology/virology (MSc/PhD)
- Occupational health and safety management (BTech)
- Project management (postgraduate)
- Property studies (postgraduate)
- Real estate
- Surveying (BTech)
- Town and regional planning
- Transport logistics
- Transportation studies
- Traffic engineering
- Water utilisation/water treatment (MSc/PhD)
Bursaries will cover registration, examination and class fees.
Enquiries: City of Cape Town Employment Service Desk: 0860 103 089 (Option 6), 021 400 1404/2044/3619/3899
Closing date: 2 October 2015
Application forms are obtainable from and returnable to the following addresses and at all libraries nearest to you by no later than the above-mentioned closing date:
Brackenfell Municipal Office (c/o Paradys and Old Paarl Roads, Brackenfell)
Cape Town Human Resources Employment Counter (Concourse Level, Civic Centre, Cape Town)
Helderberg Municipal Office (First Floor, Human Resource Division, c/o Main Road and Fagan Street, Strand)
South Peninsula Municipal Office (c/o Victoria and Main Roads, Plumstead)
Bellville Municipal Building (Voortrekker Road, Bellville)
Parow Municipal Building (Voortrekker Road, Parow)
Application forms are also available here.
- No late applications will be considered
- Received applications will not be acknowledged in writing and copies of supporting documents will not be returned
- Should you not have received a response from us by 18 December 2015, kindly accept that your application has been unsuccessful
Published by the City of Cape Town.
The programme offers financial support and an internship opportunity on completion of your studies.
• Be a South African citizen
• Obtained a 60% plus average and above academic record
• Be successfully selected for the honours programme in the following:
• Actuarial, Financial accounting, Informatics, Statistics, Risk Management or Investments
• Law or LLB<br
• Applied Maths, Maths or Statistics
• B. Eng: Industrial Engineering
• Demonstrate financial need
In line with the national imperative of equity and redress, the bursary scheme prioritises support for Black, Coloured and Indian students.
Affiliates of the PSG Konsult Group are authorised financial services providers.
CLOSING DATE: Thursday, 15 October 2015
One year internship programme with PSG
HOW TO APPLY
• Send your CV and academic transcripts to email@example.com
• All shortlisted candidates will receive an application form to complete the application process
Students/applicants should familiarize themselves with the requirements and obligations for internship.
The SAPC requires Internship to cover a full 12 months.
- A Bachelor of Pharmacy (or equivalent) degree
- Registration with the South African Pharmacy Council as a Pharmacist Intern.
1. All applications should be sent to Pharmaceutical Service at the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Health Head Office rather than to individual institutions.
2. A Z83 form (Application for employment) should be used. This form is available from any provincial health facility or may be downloaded from the Department’s Internet site http://www.kznhealth.gov.za . NB Please make sure that your name is on this form.
3. A Curriculum Vita (unbound) should also be attached. Please include the home address, and where possible an email address, in addition to any other contact address given in section C of the Z83 Application form.
4. Copies of the applicant’s academic record must be submitted with applications, or as soon as possible thereafter.
5. Copies of the applicant’s ID or Passport must be submitted with applications.
6. The applicant’s choice of hospitals (a maximum of 5) must be given with the application.
No guarantee can be given though, that this choice will be acceded to and an alternate placement may be offered to the applicant.
7. Where an applicant is seeking only 400 hours of internship i.e. to supplement an Academic or industrial internship this must be clearly stated in the application.
p>8. Where the applicant has a bursary from the KZN Department of Health, this must be clearly stated in the application. The
9. Please use only one staple to clip all the documents together. CVs should not be bound.
Applications must be submitted before 30 September 2015