Posted on : 5 Jan, 2019

Old Mutual offers in-house training in a variety of skills for matriculants with no previous work experience. The Amathuba (“opportunities”) Learnership Program develops matriculants with no previous work experience. Learners that successfully complete the program obtain a Wealth Management Level 4 qualification which is FSP recognised. Being a part of this Learnership opens you up to career paths such as; Underwriting, financial investment advisors, insurance brokerage.

As a Learner, you will be exposed to a 12 month workplace and classroom experience. This experiential learning provides well rounded professional experience. We give our leaners exposure to various products, legislation and involvement in incredible CSI projects.

Old Mutual will provide you with opportunities to work alongside experienced professionals who will provide you with guidance to ensure that you succeed in your role. From day 1, you will be allocated a buddy who will assist you to transition into Old Mutual quicker.

Old Mutual is a multi-national financial services company that employs in excess of 50000 people globally. And, whether it is in product innovation, service excellence or policy development, Old Mutual is a leader in the financial services arena.


  • Only SA citizens aged between 18-28 are eligible to apply.
  • Applicants must be from a household where combined household annual income is less than R350 000.
  • Applicants must have passed Grade 12 and must be currently unemployed.
  • Applicants must have passed Grade 12 or NQF level 4: English (50% or over) and Pure Maths (50% or over) or Maths Literacy (70% or over).
  • Applicants must not have more than a Grade 12 or NQF level 4 qualification.
  • Applicants must have passed an official second language.
  • As per Old Mutual Employment Equity plan, preference will be given to black candidates, black women and black people with disabilities.
  • Learnerships are only available in Cape Town.

Your CV must include the following:

  • Race, Gender, Nationality, Age, Matric Subjects and results, Residential Address, Disability status (yes or no), list any complete or uncompleted qualifications.
  • Shortlisted applicants will be invited to undergo written assessments.
  • Candidates must have a favuorable credit status.
  • Based on the assessment results a further short list of applicants will be invited to attend a competency based interview.
  • A final short list of applicants will be invited to a final interview with Line Managers.
  • Offers will be extended to successful applicants by mid February and the Learnership commences on 1 March 2018.

How to apply

Applications close on 09 January 2019. Click here to apply online


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