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What is the difference between an Apprenticeship and a Learnership?

An Apprenticeship is a non unit standard based registered qualification, which is governed by the sections 13 – 29 of the Manpower Training Act.
An apprenticeship is made up of three phases which are run concurrently with a three year contract that comprises of the integration of workplace experiential training and institutional training.
The apprenticeship culminates in a national qualification with a trade test at the end of the programme.

A Learnership is a vocational education and training programme that is registered with SAQA.
A learnership is made up of three levels (Level 2, 3 & 4) Each level consists of a one year contract which comprises of the integration of workplace and institutional learning.
The learnership culminates in a qualification that signifies occupational competence.
Learners who successfully complete the programme can apply for a national trade test, providing that they meet the requirements.



An Apprenticeship is a nationally accredited, usually fully-funded, training programme combining real work (experiential training)


We provide SETA accredited learnerships both via a SETA sponsored or a private learnership via a cost effective loan system.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Recogntion of prior learning (RPL) is a process whereby people’s prior learning can be formally recognised towards a registered qualifications,

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