The Sanne Group, a London-based financial services company, is calling suitable South African candidates who are interested in sending their application and possibly qualify for its upcoming SURE Learnership Programme.
Founded in 1988 in Jersey, Channel Islands. Sanne was initially a company offering private fiduciary services to various clients. In 2008, the company restructured into a number of dedicated divisions serving the alternative asset classes of capital markets and private debt as well as private and real estate equity.
Today, Sanne is a global provider of fiduciary, reporting and administration services to corporations, asset managers, financial institutions and family offices. The company operates in 20 international financial centres in the Americas, Asia-Pacific and EMEA with a workforce of over 1,800 employees.
SANNE SURE Learnership 2020
Applicants who will be chosen to join the SANNE SURE Learnership Programme will undergo a fully assisted professional training opportunity. More importantly, learners will be given an NQF Level 5 in Technical Financial Accounting certificate upon completion of the programme.
Who should apply?
Make sure to review the minimum entry requirements before sending an application:
- Completed matric
- Must not be in another learnership or institution
- Has at least a 50% average in mathematics
- Amenable to attending Saturday classes
- Available to start by 2 January 2021
How do I apply?
Interested applicants who meet the minimum eligibility requirements will need to send an email enquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
No deadline for submission of the application has been set as of this writing.
Fill out the contact form should you have any questions or concerns.
- How long will it take to complete the learnership?
This learnership opportunity will run for a period of 24 months.
- Where will the learnership take place?
The learnership will be held at SANNE’s Johannesburg offices.
Click the link to view a PDF copy of the SANNE SURE Learnership Programme advert.