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Radiation Protection Learnership Programme by NECSA for unemployed youth in Gauteng

ADVERTISEMENT FOR 2023/24 RADIATION PROTECTION LEARNERSHIP PROGRAMME

Division: Human Capital

Department: Human Capital Development

Unit : Radiation Protection Training Centre (RPTC)


Position: Radiation Protection Learnership (NQF Level 4)

Salary: Learnership Stipend

Period: 12 months


The Necsa Learning Academy (NLA) is offering a learnership programme in Radiation Protection (RP). The programme will run for a period of 12 months.

The learnership programme will be on Radiation Protection (NQF Level 4). There will be both theoretical and practical training. Learners will be awarded the opportunity to work in the Necsa Group facilities to receive the necessary on-job exposure to equip them for employment.


NB: This opportunity is for individuals who have not participated in a previous learnership and or internship. Preference will be given to black females and Gauteng Province residents. No accommodation will be provided.


Requirements:

Applicants with Grade 12 Mathematics, Physical Science and age between 18 -35 years should apply. Shortlisted candidates will be invited for aptitude tests as part of the selection process.


After completing this course successfully learners should be able to:

1. Communicate about the hazards of radiation and contamination in the workplace and basic radiation protection;

2. Communicate about workplace radiation and contamination monitoring;

3. Select radiation and contamination monitoring equipment that suits the

• type,

• purpose, and

• location of specific measurements;

4. Monitor radiation and contamination according to specified requirements;

5. Stick to radiation protection measures specified in given procedures;

6. Manage your own relations in the workplace for optimal productivity.


In order to master these practical skills, you need to master some background theory about aspects like

• Basic radiation protection;

• How radiation and contamination monitoring equipment function;

• What factors can influence the usefulness of measurements;

• What some of the specified requirements for radiological surveillance are; etc.


Requirements for Applications:

Interested candidates must submit the following:

• A neatly typed CV

• Certified copy of RSA Identity Document

• Certified copy of Matric certificate


To Apply:

Applicants must submit their CVs and certified copies of qualifications and ID at E-mail: inforNLA@necsa.co.za.

For inquiries: Ms. Jacqueline Tlhoaele and Ms. Rebone Makeketa Tel No:

012 305 3901/3911


NO HAND DELIVERY IS ALLOWED. Only South African citizens will be considered for these opportunities.


The closing date for applications is 03 August 2023.


- Admission into the program does not guarantee employment at Necsa.


General:

If you have not heard from us within 14 days after the closing date, Please consider your application unsuccessful.



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