SAB is committed to contributing to South Africa’s national skills development agenda by focusing on both internal and external talent development initiatives. External commitment to the skills development of unemployed learners is demonstrated both through the SAB Bursary Scheme and the provision of Learnership/in-service training/vacation work programs.
Learnerships/ In-service Training/Internships
SAB’s unemployed learner programs are structured short term contractual interventions which encourage job creation and promote talent development.
Learners who take part in these programs will benefit from gaining critical functional and behavioural competencies which contribute significantly to the learner’s employment marketability.
On completion of these programs and respective academic studies, many of the participating learners transition into full time SAB employees.
At any given time, SAB has unemployed learner opportunities across most business disciplines. SAB partners with the various SETAs – particularly the FOODBEV SETA – to ensure alignment with the Skills Development Strategy within the FOOD BEV sector.
Learnership/ In-service Training/Internship opportunities will be communicated on this page, when available.
Vacation work opportunities are currently open only to students who are part of the SAB Bursary scheme.