Metropolitan Call Center Learnership Programme
Learnership is a programme where its learners are exposed with practical experience toward certain industry to gain better understanding. And each leanership programe has their own agenda. So to speak, Metropolitan call center learnership programme is a good opportunity for potential applicants who are pursuing a career in insurance and medical aid administration industry or its pertinent area. Nevertheless, here are things to consider to claim yourself as a suitable applicant opportunity; hold certificate of grade 12. Level 4 in English (50%), level 3 for another official language (40%), level 4 in pure mathematics (50%), and level 6 in mathematical literacy (70%).
Also, you need to have intermediate skill in MS Office. Another two, you must be an unemployed graduate and you are able to conduct a twelve month Metropolitan call center flawlessly. Not to stopping by those requirements, you need also to confirm that you are; (1) a personal who is client oriented and able to work in under pressure environment, (2) excellence in communication skill, being assertive, and reliable when it comes to use and access certain information to enhance your performance, and (3) apply result-driven and self management attitude together with attention centric and accuracy oriented.
Too, ensure that you are an creative individual who prone to seek solution in the midst of problem. Anyway, this learnership opportunity only for SA citizen whose age are 18 to 35 years old. Furthermore, you must be able to accommodate yourself to reach the post. Be sure that you are in a full time course, or else you can’t apply for Metropolitan call center programme. Another thing which makes you can’t apply for this programme is, if you are already completed another call center learnership opportunity last year. Send your application online with CV. In case you meet trouble when uploading your data, simply dial 021 940 5169. No closing date, however, it seems the programe will begun from 1st February 2016 until 31st January 2017.