Partnering with the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), the bank adheres to the Code of Banking Practice to ensure the delivery of quality financial services from its headquarters in Johannesburg, with a presence in Cape Town and nationwide offices.
What is the Standard Bank Learnership 2023?
The Standard Bank Learnership 2023 presents an invaluable opportunity for unemployed South African matriculants and graduates to gain practical exposure in the financial services industry.
This 12-month program offers professional insight into various roles within Standard Bank branches and offices across South Africa.
It serves as an ideal stepping stone for individuals aspiring to build a rewarding career in the banking sector. Participants in this program acquire essential work skills, including time management and teamwork, that are vital for professional growth.
Successful candidates meeting specific qualifications and requirements will sign a 12-month fixed-term employment and learnership contract. During this period, learners receive a monthly allowance of R2,500. Upon completion of the program, participants are awarded an accredited National Certificate in Banking (NQF level 4).
Age: 18 to 30 years old
Proficiency in English (speaking, reading, and writing)
Completion of Grade 12 (matric) or a 3-year post-grade 12 qualification (role dependent)
Qualification in Mathematics, Maths Literacy, and Accounting (for matric holders)
Not permanently employed
Not enrolled in any other institution or learnership
Register and complete the online application form on the Standard Bank Graduate site.
Successfully pass the online assessment with a minimum score of 60%.
Qualified applicants will be contacted for competency-based tests.
Finalists will undergo a face-to-face interview.
Note: Only online applications will be considered; all other methods will be rejected.
Applicants are encouraged to stay vigilant to catch these opportunities when they become available, as openings may not occur simultaneously throughout the year.