Merseta Apprenticeship Agreement
Please note that merSETA only pays for training and learning experiences registered with the organisation and not for internships outside the merSETA. The sectoral education and training administrations (SETAs), in this case merSETA, can finance the training and, in return, the employer pays salaries or an allowance to the learner in training. MerSETA member companies or merSETA accredited training providers provide apprenticeship and apprenticeship training. An agreement is signed by the employer and the apprentice (guardian, if the age is less than 18 years); The learner is selected; A tripartite apprenticeship agreement is signed between the employer and the learner when the learner is unemployed; Please note that the following application procedures are the correct training and apprenticeship procedures. Learnerships online application processes are made available because these learnerships are accessible. Candidates can download the Learning Agreement form from the Merseta website. Learning can last from 12 to 24 months. Applicants must register with ESSA via this link. SETA for Manufacturing, Engineering and Related Services (merSETA) has drawn attention to the fact that fraud is underway to ask ignorant learners who are looking for training or apprenticeship opportunities to deposit money in a Shoprite or Spar supermarket as well as with a bank to gain access to the training.
The case had been reported to the South African Police Service. MerSETA wishes to see that a learner wishing to follow a training funded by merSETA does not have to pay for his training or training.