Standard Bank Learnership 2024| Learnership Programme

Standard Bank Learnership Porgramme 2024. We believe in the power of young people to drive the future of Africa. That’s why we’re committed to investing in individuals like you – so you can grow, progress and take ownership of your tomorrow…and leave a legacy for generations to come.

With a Standard Bank Group Learnership, that’s exactly what you’ll do. Earning while you learn, you’ll be supported to develop your skills and reach your goals – and be inspired to work towards better.

Standard Bank Learnership important details

You can choose from a number of learnerships, offering between 12 to 24 months’ fixed term employment. You’ll receive a monthly stipend, plus invaluable coaching and mentoring while you’re studying for your qualification.  

  • Fixed term employment with the bank for 12 months or 18 months or 24 months (programme dependant) 
  • Monthly stipend  
  • SAQA accredited qualification  
  • Practical meaningful workplace experience 
  • Coaching. 

Application Criteria Requirements

You can apply for a Standard Bank Group Learnership if you’ve completed a Grade 12 (matric) or a 3-year post grade 12 (matric) qualification (role dependent).

To apply, you must:

  • Be a South African citizen
  • Be between the ages of 18 and 30
  • Be able to speak, read and write English
  • Have completed Grade 12 (matric) or a 3-year post grade 12 (matric) qualification (role dependent)
  • Be computer literate
  • Not be permanently employed
  • Not be studying at another tertiary institution
  • Not be registered for any other learnerships


  • Business & Commercial Banking (BCC) – 18 months
  • Corporate Investment Banking Operations Learnership
  • Group Compliance Learnership – 12 Month programme
  • Insurance and Asset Management
  • Internal Auditing – 24-month Programme
  • Personal and Private Banking (PPB) – 18 months
  • Technology

How to Apply?

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) About Learnerships

  1. What is a learnership?
    • A learnership is a structured learning program that combines theoretical classroom training with practical on-the-job experience. It is designed to provide individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge required for a specific occupation or industry.
  2. Who can participate in a learnership?
    • Learnerships are open to a wide range of individuals, including unemployed youth, graduates, school leavers, and employed individuals seeking to upskill or reskill. Eligibility criteria may vary depending on the specific learnership program but typically include factors such as age, educational qualifications, and sometimes specific skills or competencies.
  3. What are the benefits of participating in a learnership?
    • Learnerships offer numerous benefits, including:
      • Practical work experience.
      • Formal training and certification.
      • Opportunities to develop industry-specific skills.
      • A pathway to employment or further education.
      • A stipend or allowance to support learners during the program.
      • Exposure to potential employers and networking opportunities.
  4. How long does a learnership last?
    • The duration of a learnership can vary depending on the program’s structure and requirements. Learnerships typically range from six months to three years, with most programs lasting between 12 to 24 months. The length of the learnership is often determined by factors such as the complexity of the skills being taught and the industry standards.
  5. Are learnerships paid?
    • Yes, learnerships often provide participants with a stipend or allowance to cover basic living expenses during the program. The amount of the stipend can vary depending on factors such as the type of learnership, the duration of the program, and the funding available from the sponsoring organization or government.
  6. How do I find learnership opportunities?
    • Learnership opportunities can be found through various channels, including government portals, industry-specific websites, job search engines, and vocational training centers. It’s essential to regularly check these sources for updates on available learnerships and to tailor your search to match your interests and qualifications.
  7. What is the difference between a learnership and an internship?
    • While both learnerships and internships provide opportunities for practical work experience, they differ in structure and focus. Learnerships are formalized training programs that combine theoretical learning with practical experience and often lead to a recognized qualification or certification. Internships, on the other hand, are typically shorter-term, focused on gaining work experience in a specific field or industry, and may or may not offer formal training or certification.
  8. Can I apply for multiple learnerships at the same time?
    • Yes, you can apply for multiple learnerships simultaneously, as long as you meet the eligibility criteria for each program and can commit to the requirements of each learnership if selected. However, it’s essential to manage your applications effectively to ensure that you can fully engage in the selection process for each opportunity.
  9. What happens after completing a learnership?
    • After completing a learnership, participants may receive a certificate or qualification recognized by industry standards. This credential can enhance employability and open doors to job opportunities within the chosen field. Some learners may also choose to pursue further education or training to continue building their skills and advancing their careers.

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