The Bryte Learnership Program has been established to provide an opportunity to benefit South Africa’s disadvantaged youth.
By engaging in this learnership, candidates have the chance to learn how the technical insurance industry functions and gains relative working experience at the same time.
Bryte ensures its applicants that they will be mentored and guided throughout the program. The Bryte Learnership program has set some entrance criteria for potential applicants.
Once accepted for selection, the candidates will enter the program and learn how insurance systems are integrated into business operations.
Here’s a detailed description of the learnership and how it works.
This learnership will not accept applications after Friday, 30 July 2021, 12:00 pm.
Please ensure that all applications are completed and submitted, along with supporting documents before this date.
Failure to comply will result in your application not being accepted or reviewed by Bryte.
This learnership has opportunities available in Durban and Gauteng.
Bryte is an insurance company that offers coverage options for businesses. The company specializes in short-term insurance risk management solutions to improve risk profiles for businesses across Africa.
By partnering with the Insurance Sector Education and Training Authority (INSETA), a learnership was developed to provide help to disadvantaged youths in the country.
Bryte considers it their corporate responsibility to develop communities and help South Africa’s youth.
About the Bryte Learnership
This learnership is aimed toward the unemployed youth in South Africa who are financially disadvantaged.
Upon acceptance, learners will undergo a 12-month program where Bryte insurance will proceed to mentor and coach them in the protocols of technical insurance systems.
Here they will attend educational sessions honing their skills in behavioral and leadership competencies.
Candidates will receive relative work experience, training, and walk away with full accreditation of a level 4 FETC Short-term insurance qualification and FAIS compliance.
Bryte believes this to be an efficient social and economic enabler in their industry. This fulfills the company’s corporate responsibility to grow communities and focus on youth development.
This learnership requires potential candidates to meet the following set criteria to be considered for selection and acceptance:
- Applicants must be between the ages of 18 and 24 years of age.
- Applicants must come from a previously disadvantaged background.
- Applicants must be South African citizens.
- Applicants must hold a Matric certificate or equivalent.
- Applicants must be literate and comprehend English.
- Applicants must not have tertiary qualifications after Matric, and not be presently studying towards one.
- Applicants must be in a financial situation that prevents them from studying toward a tertiary qualification.
If you do not meet these requirements, you will not be accepted into the Bryte Learnership program.
How to apply
To apply for Bryte’s learnership program you can do so by accessing the relative page here. You will need to first set up an email login and password before proceeding with further steps.
Make sure to include the following support documents with your application:
- An updated CV.
- A certified copy of your ID.
- A certified copy of your Matric certificate.
- A certified doctor’s statement that verifies the applicant lives with a disability.
If you have any questions or concerns relating to the Bryte Learnership program, then you can contact the company by accessing their website’s contact page here, or you can leave a query with the company here and they will get back to you shortly.