Best 2015 Learnerships in Finance and Banking

Finance Leanerships

Banking Channel Knowledge Academy BML Learnership with First National Bank

A learnership at FNB is an excellent way to get your foot in the door and learn a wide range of skills that will be applicable no matter which direction you end up taking your career. Learnerships are offered at dozens of branches in all provinces, and application is done online:

You’ll need to be over the age of 22 and have chosen commercial subjects at school. Competition is stiff so apply early.

Standard Bank Learnerships

A learnership programme at one of South Africa’s best known banks is a perfect career move. Though you won’t get a salary, the bank will give you a R3500 stipend per month. Application close on January 9th each year, so if you’re at a loose end, start applying now for 2016:


ABSA Bank Teller Opportunities for 2015

If you have your eye on an eventual career in financial customer service, ABSA’s learnership programme is a good first step. You’ll hone your interpersonal skills and learn the ins and outs of different banking procedures and products. Apply online, complete and assessment and if you pass the criteria, you might be asked to complete an interview:


Hogan Academy Training Programme

You’ll need good English and Math Matric marks, a clear police record and preferably some experience in the IT industry. Apply online:


Letsema Learnership

This is a one year, post matric learnership aimed at guiding and supporting learners as they launch into a career in the banking sector. Interestingly, up to 85% of these trainees go on to permanent positions. Application can be faxed, emailed or you can apply by telephone. More information: