The Gauteng Provincial Government has launched a walk-in registration initiative to streamline access to the Gauteng Jobs and Skills Programme. This programme is a critical initiative designed to tackle the province’s unemployment challenges by offering skills development, training, and potential job placements. Residents are encouraged to visit designated walk-in sites on the 13th and 14th of April 2024 to register for opportunities within the programme.

    What is the Gauteng Jobs and Skills Programme?

    The iCrush No Lova Gauteng Jobs and Skills Programme is designed to address the widespread unemployment challenges faced by the province. The program offers various opportunities for skills development, training, and potential employment placement for Gauteng residents.

    Walk-In Site Locations

    The walk-in sites are primarily located at public schools throughout Gauteng. To find the site nearest to you, the Nasi iSpani website has a comprehensive list here. Sites will be open between 8 am and 4 pm.

    Who is Eligible?

    All unemployed residents of Gauteng are eligible to register for the Jobs and Skills Programme.

    What to Bring to Registration

    To ensure a smooth registration process, please bring the following:

    • South African ID document
    • Any relevant educational certificates or qualifications

    Opportunities Offered

    The Gauteng Jobs and Skills Programme will connect you with a range of potential opportunities, including:

    • Internships
    • Learnerships
    • Short-term job placements
    • Skills development programs

    Important Note: Registration does not guarantee placement, but it is a crucial step in accessing the opportunities provided by the Gauteng Jobs and Skills Programme.

    Related: How to Register on for Government Jobs as an Individual in 2024.

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