Dept Labour Bursaries, Compensation Fund Critical Skills

Dept Labour Bursaries is available from Dept Labour through their recent bursary program that is destined for applicants who are both coming from destitute family background and academically excellent. Dept Employment Labour bursary will provide the bursary for those that pursue either honours or undergraduate qualification majoring in various field of studies from university within South Africa. Who can apply for the bursary program? definitely South African people.

​The Dept Labour will strive for a labour market which is conducive to investment, economic growth, employment creationand decent work. We play a significant role in reducing unemployment, poverty and inequality   through a set of policies and programmes developed in consultation with social partners, which are aimed  at:​ Improved economic efficiency and productivity, Employment creation, Sound labour relations, Eliminating inequality and discrimination in the workplace and Alleviating poverty in employment

In order to win Dept Employment Labour bursary program, there are several procedures that you should follow, first, you have to Download and complete the Compensation Fund bursary application form on the Department of Labour website. Submit fully completed and signed application form along with copies of the listed certified supporting
documents.

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The Compensation Fund is offering bursaries to young people, dependents of Compensation Fund pensioners and current Compensation Fund pensioners, intending to pursue the identified critical skills.

Dept Labour Bursaries Compensation Fund

Selection criteria: Young people, dependents of Compensation Fund pensioners or current Compensation Fund pensioners, who are South African Citizens between the ages of 17 – 25 years, currently in or completed Grade 12 and have been accepted to study identified qualifications at listed Universities in 2020.

Eligibility requirements:

  • First-year students in 2020;
  • South African citizens;
  • Fully completed application form;
  • Proof of residence
  • Certified copies of Identity card/ birth certificate of the applicant (young people, dependents of Compensation Fund pensioners and current Compensation Fund pensioners), parent(s) or guardians’ ID card/book and Grade 12 June results;
  • Proof of acceptance / preliminary acceptance from the listed Universities for the qualifications mentioned.
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Preference will be given to applicants who excel in their studies and/or demonstrate potential. If you do not receive a response from the Department by the end of January 2020, consider your application unsuccessful.

What the bursary covers:

  • Tuition fees, Prescribed books and Learning material, Accommodation, Meals and a Monthly allowance;
  • The award is renewable every year depending on the availability of funds and academic performance of students.

HOW TO APPLY DEPT LABOUR BURSARIES PROGRAM

The closing date for submission of applications is on the 31st October 2019. (no late applications will be accepted). How to apply: First you should download and complete the Compensation Fund bursary application form (*.pdf) . Submit fully completed and signed application form along with copies of the listed certified supporting documents. Please don’t make mistake fill application form, because that can be bad. If you want read all information about Compensation Fund bursary, you can read them in CRITICAL SKILLS BURSARY AWARD FOR 2020 (*.pdf)

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To the following address via post:
The Director
Directorate: Vocational Rehabilitation
Department of Employment and Labour
Compensation Fund
Private bag x 955
Pretoria
0001

For enquiries related to this bursary programme, please send your email to tbf@saica.co.za, and the subject line must be CF 2020 Cohort or contact Mr. Mofana on 012 406 5708 or Ms. Khoza on 012 406 5709.

While completing the application for dept labour bursary program, there are points you should fill them properly that include; information for parents employment, family details, personal details, details of field of study that you want to apply. The next process is submitting supporting documents, which are; unemployment affidavits, grant’s proof, family income, and identity document.

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