Skills Development

Skills Development is a critical aspect of Adapt IT’s business continuity to maintain continuous development of skills, while uplifting the communities it operates, by creating skills development opportunities like learnership and bursary programmes.

Adapt IT Holdings Limited subscribes to the South African National Qualifications Framework (NQF) and the Skills Development Act, to uplift the communities in and around its areas of operation. The company is actively supporting the development and success of future leaders to enable them to Achieve more. As such, the development of South African youth from matriculants, college students, including skilled but unemployed and unskilled unemployed youth remains a big concern for Adapt IT.

In line with NQF, Adapt IT has implemented the following Skills Development initiatives:

  • Learnership
  • University Bursary Programme
  • Graduate Programme

All of these initiatives contribute towards Adapt IT skills development strategy for a sustainable skills pipeline for future needs, while improving life of the underprivileged communities.

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Youth Employment Services (YES)

YES (Youth Employment Service) is a government-backed business- led initiative designed to create employment for one million young people. The initiative offers businesses the opportunity to gain up to 2 B-BBEE levels should they participate and meet their targets. Participation requires businesses to sponsor unemployed youth for 12 months in a job.

The initiative aims to give an entire generation of youth the opportunity to gain work experience, transforming their lives, the businesses they help grow, and the economy of the entire country all predicated on the fact that without experience youth cannot get a job and without a job, youth cannot get experience.

Adapt IT further demonstrated its commitment in Skills Development by appointing 28 YES beneficiaries in June 2020, who were unemployed.


Graduate Programme

In addition to the above Skills Development programmes, Adapt IT recruit newly qualified unemployed graduates for a fixed period. This initiative offers the graduates an opportunity to learn and to acquire new skills and experience in line with their qualifications.

Graduates are also mentored, to guide and support them throughout their employment period. In some instances Graduates are absorbed and appointed permanently.

We are proud to share one of the success stories wherein an unemployed youth, Tebogo Mushingwa, started her career at Adapt IT in the Graduate Programme and was subsequently absorbed into the business and appointed permanently. Please click on the video to connect with Tebogo’s story.

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Vacancies at Adapt IT

Adapt IT has various work vacancies on offer. To check which vacancies are available and where, kindly select your location of interest - on the menu to the left - to see what is on offer there.

Unemployed Learnership Programmes

Adapt IT, in line with the skills requirements of the business, partners with accredited training providers to offer a 12-month learnership programme in Systems Development NQF Level 4/5. The programme is registered with the MICT SETA.

The first group of learners commenced with the programme in March 2020 and second group in June 2020. All learners are black (African, Indian and Coloured) and there are 28 learners (18 abled learners and 10 people living with a disability) appointed for Adapt IT and 15 Learners for Micros. Learners are assigned to mentors for coaching to ensure that they achieve their qualification within the programme time frame.

Adapt IT prides itself in the timeous delivery of the programme to participants with no challenges.

A Learnership is a work-based education and training programme that is linked to a qualification registered with South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) and the Media Information and Communication Technology (MICT) SETA. Learnerships are occupationally directed programmes that consist of both structured theoretical learning and a practical workplace experience.

To be a part of this amazing developmental opportunity, complete the first step of your registration process by simply filling in and submitting the form.

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Bursary Programme

The Adapt IT Bursary programme was successfully implemented for the first time in January 2020.

The programme is managed by an independent service provider.

There are 37 bursary scheme beneficiaries , all Black (African, Indian and Coloured), who were awarded bursaries by Adapt IT, to study Information Technology and Programming qualifications.

In addition to the 37 bursars, there are also two disabled Bursars Funded for 2020 academic year.

Apply for your chance to be a part of the next group of bursars who stand to benefit from this amazing opportunity.

Complete the first step of the application process by simply filling in and submitting the form.

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