Absa offers learnership programs from 12 to 18 months. See the steps to apply for learnership programs on Absa using the guide below.
Absa is a pan-African organization that is inspired by the people it serves. They are driven to become a globally acknowledged organization that Africa can be proud of. They have worked in Africa for over a century.
Absa devotes itself to developing bespoke solutions to particular local difficulties, and everything they do is geared toward creating value for stakeholders.
As a provider of financial services, they play an important role in the economic lives of individuals, organizations, and nations. They empower and enable by investing in people, raising communities, and enabling their customers’ dreams.
Absa offers several learnership programs to qualified candidates. Through these programs, applicants will gain in-depth knowledge in their respective fields with one-on-one mentoring. They provide learning materials that will assist young people in developing employment skills, interpersonal skills, financial abilities, and entrepreneurial skills. Young people can choose their learning route based on their particular needs and complete their studies online via computer, tablet, or mobile platforms.
To cap it off, Absa pays the learner during the program.
Absa learnership and internship programs take up to 12 to 18 months. They offer learnerships in the following fields:
- ATM Technician
- Branch Management
- Customer Service
- Debt Counselling
- Home Loans Officer
- IT Business Analyst
- Loans Officer
- Marketing Management
- Treasury Analyst
What are the Requirements for Absa Learnership?
To qualify for the Absa learnership programs, you must meet the following requirements:
- South African citizen
- Between 18 and 30 years old
- Completed Matric
- Passed Accounting or Mathematics in Matric
- Not currently employed
- Applicant must be a computer literate
- Good command of the English language (able to read, write and speak English)
- Have good communication skills
- A team player
- Willing to learn
- Clear criminal record
- Clear credit record
- Previous banking experience is beneficial but not required.
- Previous retail experience is beneficial but not required.
- SA ID
- Matric Certificate
- Other relevant certificates
How to Apply for Absa Learnership Programs
- Go to the Absa Learnership Portal.
- Select the program you want to apply for.
- Fill out the application form.
- Upload the required documents.
Absa Contact Details
7th Floor, Absa Towers West
15 Troye Street, Johannesburg, 2001
PO Box 7735, Johannesburg, 2000
Telephone: +27 (0) 11 350 4000