STIPEND : An opportunity to acquire skills, knowledge and workplace experience in the

field of Corrections and earn a stipend of R3738,25 per month
CENTRE : Eastern Cape Region:

St. Albans (Ref No: E01/2022)
Amatole (Ref No: E02/2022)
Kirkwood (Ref No: E03/2022)
East London (Ref No: E04/2022)

Sada (Ref No: E05/2022)
Mthatha (Ref No: E06/2022)
Free State and Northern Cape Region:
Groenpunt (Ref No: E07/2022)

Grootvlei (Ref No: E08/2022)
Colesburg (Ref No: E09/2022)
Kimberley (Ref No: E10/2022)
Upington (Ref No: E11/2022) .

Goedemoed (Ref No: E12/2022)
Bizzah Makhate (Ref No: E13/2022)
Gauteng Region:
Leeuwkop (Ref No: E14/2022)

Kgoši Mampuru II (Ref No: E15/2022)
Baviaanspoort (Ref No: E16/2022)
Zonderwater (Ref No: E17/2022)
Johannesburg (Ref No: E18/2022)

Boksburg (Ref No: E19/2022)
Modderbee (Ref No: E20/2022)
Krugersdorp (Ref No: E21/2022)
Kwa-Zulu Natal Region:
Durban (Ref No: E22/2022)

Kokstad (Ref No: E23/2022)
Pietermaritzburg (Ref No: E24/2022)
Ncome (Ref No: E25/2022)
Empangeni (Ref No: E26/2022)

Glencoe (Ref No: E27/2022)
Waterval (Ref No: E28/2022)
Limpopo, Mpumalanga and North West Region:
Polokwane (Ref No: E29/2022)

Barberton (Ref No: E30/2022)
Bethal (Ref No: E31/2022)
Klerksdorp (Ref No: E32/2022)
Rooigrond (Ref No: E33/2022) .

Rustenburg (Ref No: E34/2022)
Thohoyandou (Ref No: E35/2022)
Witbank (Ref No: E36/2022)

Western Cape Region:
Drakentstein (Ref No: E37/2022)
Allandale (Ref No: E38/2022)
Brandvlei (Ref No: E39/2022)
Pollsmoor (Ref No: E40/2022)

Goodwood (Ref No: E41/2022)
Southern Cape (Ref No: E42/2022)
West Coast (Ref No: E43/2022)
Voorberg (Ref No: E44/2022)

Overberg (Ref No: E45/2022)
Breede River (Ref No: E46/2022)

REQUIREMENTS : Basic enlistment requirements: South Africans who are in possession of the

Grade 12 or National Senior Certificate; South Africans who have successfully
completed the National Certificate in Vocational Studies (NQF Level 4); or

South Africans who have successfully completed a further Education and
Training Certificate (NQF Level 4). Candidates with an additional

qualification(s) i.e. certificate / diploma / degree / trade certificate in the
following fields are encouraged to apply: Corrections / Penology / Criminology,

Agriculture (including Agriculture Economists, Agriculture Engineering,
Agriculture Management, Animal Health Technicians, Animal Production, Plant

Production), Artisans (all fields, especially Baker/Pastry Maker, Boiler Maker,
Bricklayer, Cabinet maker, Construction Carpenter, Electrician, Fitter and

Turner, Furniture Machinist/Polisher, Gunsmith, Locksmith, Millwright, Painter,
Patternmaker, Plumber, Sheet Metal, Spray Painting, Tool and Die Maker,

Upholstery, Welder, Wood Machinist), Construction Health and Safety
Technicians, Food Processing (General Abattoir Processes, Meat Inspector /

Examination, Processed and Preserved Meat, Fish, Fruit and Vegetables),
Graphic Designers, Two-way Radio Communication Technicians, Textile

Designing (Garment Makers/Tailor/Seamster, Footwear Design and Shoe
Making). Additional qualification(s) shall

not be recognized for the stipend paid
or for future remuneration purposes. Applicants will be expected to undergo a
physical fitness test and medical

examination (including a drug test) as part of
the selection process. Furthermore, applicants must be South Africans who:
Are between 21 and 35 years old; Have

strong character; Are physically fit and
mentally resilient; Are willing to disclose the information required to process

their applications; Are prepared to undergo personnel suitability checks related
to their background, citizenship,

qualifications and criminal record; Are law-
abiding citizens and are without criminal records (particulars of pending /
decided criminal cases related to the

applicant must be provided in the
application form); and Are prepared to subject themselves to selection

processes conducted by the DCS. The FET Certificate in Corrections Services
Learnership NQF 4. The learnership is outcome-based and is intended to

contribute towards addressing the skills shortage in the Department and in
South Africa. The Learnership is based on a legally binding agreement

between the employer, learner and service provider. The Corrections Services
Learnership Programme shall be presented for a period of one year consisting

of: ± 30% theoretical or instructional learning and ± 70% workplace learning.
Theory The ±30% intensive instructional learning theory shall, in addition to

other theoretical modules, include firearm training as well as physical and self-
defence training which will take place at designated accredited DCS colleges.

Free accommodation, meals, training material and uniform shall be provided
during this training phase. The obligatory theoretical training requires the

learner to be strictly accommodated on a full-time basis at the training college.
Workplace Training This ± 70% workplace learning takes place at the

Correctional Centres and Social Reintegration / Community Corrections
Offices. During this phase, learners

continue to receive a stipend. The learners
shall be responsible for their own accommodation, meals and transport. No
pension fund, housing allowance, housing

subsidy, danger allowance, medical
aid or overtime shall be provided by the employer during the theoretical as well

as during the practical training. The learner shall be regarded as competent
after the successful completion of the instructional learning phase, the

workplace learning phase, the final submission of the Portfolio of Evidence
(POE) and the successful external verification by the Safety and Security

Sector Education and Training Authority (SASSETA). Any contravention or
deviation from the learnership agreement

during the twelve-month period shall
be dealt with by the DCS in accordance with Sections 17 and 18 of the Skills

Development Act, 97 of 1998. After successful completion of the learnership,
successful learners will receive an FET Certificate in Correctional Services

(NQF Level 4). However, the Department of Correctional Services does not
guarantee permanent employment on completion of the qualification.

ENQUIRIES : Eastern Cape Region: Mr Ndlela HH Tel No: (043) 706 7834/ Ms Myataza Z

(043) 706 7866/ Ms Mgugudo N Tel No: (043) 706 7882/ Mr Ndonyela N (043)
706 7883.

Free State and Northern Cape Region: Mr Gouws W/ Ms Mkuni NJ Tel No:
(051) 404 0268/ Ms Molutsoane N/ Ms.

Moreki-Rathaba MP/ Ms. Ramncwana
B Tel No: (051) 404 0283.
Gauteng Region: Mr De Bruin CR Tel No:

(012) 420 0181/ Mr Masango SS
(012) 420 0173/ Ms Feni SAP Tel No: (012) 420 0173/ Ms Makwarela P (012)
420 0179.

Kwa-Zulu Natal Region: Mr Somaru RK Tel No: (033) 355 7365/ Ms Mchunu
GJ (033) 355 7386/ Ms Mkhize AL (033)

355 7370/ Mr Khumalo SB (033) 033
355 7368.
Limpopo, Mpumalanga and North West

Region: Ms Sibiya MK Tel No: (012)
306 2025/ Mr Ziqubu Z Tel No: (012) 306 2025/ Ms Nomvela PM Tel No: (012)

306 2033/ Ms Lekhuleni TD Tel No: (012) 306 2034.

Western Cape Region: Ms NA Mdladlamba Tel No: (021) 550 6014/ Ms A
Reddy Tel No: (021) 550 6059/ Mr BD

Tsewu Tel No: (021) 550 6052/ Ms NC
Sotyibi Tel No: (021)550 6054.

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