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65% are women!
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FUTURE- FACING AND
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A Learnership could be an employed (re-skilling); unemployed (skilling) or new entrant (matriculant) in the workplace. FRTC specialises in training “learnerships” by providing work-based learning programmes that lead to an NQF registered qualification.
Learnerships are available for young people between the ages of 16-35, who have completed school, college or learning at other training institutions. Unemployed or new entrants can apply for a Learnership to various companies that fund learners to work and study. Once a learnership has been successfully completed, a learner will be in a much better position to market him/herself, as the learner will have both work experience and theoretical training. The learner may also be in a better position to start his/her own company and generate an income that way. SETA’s main purpose is to improve and develop skills within its sector, to identify skills development needs, and to ensure that national standards are maintained.
Skills development through learnerships is an imperative for B-BBEE score levels and therefore highly beneficial for South African organisations. “Learnerships’’ are an effective strategy to ensure that companies are empowered by a relevant skills base over the long term.
Corporate training, also known as Corporate Education or more recently Workplace Learning, is a system of activities designed to educate employees. Corporate training is necessary for the company, where training allows employees to acquire new skills, sharpen existing ones, perform better, increase productivity and be better leaders. Since a company is the sum of what employees achieve individually, companies should do everything in their power to ensure that employees perform at their peak. FRTC provides a select programme offering, which can be tailored to each company’s financial service training requirement needs. Let FRTC reskill your existing employees and help make your company more competitive.
It is no secret that today’s jobs are quickly evolving and that in the near future jobs will be created that never existed before. According to research by the World Economic Forum (WEF), the arrival of Globalization 4.0 means that 75 million jobs are expected to be displaced by 2022 in 20 major economies*. In this new reality, people will have to reskill, as not only will it be challenging to hire new talent fast enough to fill the gaps, but companies would not as yet know how to recruit for these new roles. This means that individuals can upskill or reskill themselves, in dealing with these changes, all while ensuring that they do not have to be made redundant. Our learnerships in 2021 will provide learners with financial service training and adaptable skills that will allow them to prosper in the jobs of tomorrow!
Companies value professional development in its employees and it provides for career growth opportunities in their jobs as well. There are also many benefits of lifelong learning being renewed self-motivation, recognition of personal interests and goals, improvement in other personal and professional skills, improved self-confidence, just to name a few.
FRTC endeavours to respond to the changing education demands of both public and private sectors in dynamic economies through the delivery of innovative education in the banking, finance and insurance sectors.
All FRTC programmes are designed to be relevant to the economic context of the corporate environment
FRTC has a dedicated team who will provide accessible support to the learner along his or her study journey.
FRTC’s programmes aim to build a sustainable competitive advantage, to help an individual further his or her career.