Browns Academy Learnerships 2024; The Browns academy learnership programme is opened for all interested applicants to apply for the learnership programmme. All interested applicants are to read carefully the requirements and mode of application.
ABOUT THE COMPANY
Brown’s was founded in 1934 when a boutique jewelry store was opened by Larry Alon Brown and his late grandfather Jack Friedman. Today, the family business is still run by Larry Brown.
The Browns Learnership Academy was opened in 2012 and is the first practical jewellery training academy in South Africa. Browns realised that jewellery school graduates, due to their lack of practical working experience, were struggling to find permanent employment in the field, which is why the Learnership Academy wad founded.
ABOUT THE LEARNERSHIP
The programme is intended for students who have completed a jewellery qualification and would like to gain working experience in the industry.
Students will receive the best training and work experience needed to succeed within the jewelry industry, including learning about the stages of the jewelry manufacturing processes and the chance to specialise in a certain area.
Students will also receive a a monthly salary and those who complete the learnership programme will be offering full-time employment at the company.
- South African citizen
- Under 30 years old
- Completed Matric
- Completed a jewellery qualification
- Not currently employed
HOW TO APPLY
Candidates who meet the above minimum requirements must apply in writing to Lawrence Mamabolo: [email protected] (with the word “Learnership” in the subject line).
Mr Mamabolo will then advise you of the application procedure and the list of supporting documentation required.
Tel: 011 438 7920