Tuesday, 6 August 2019

Necsa Training Programme 2019

The Necsa Learning Academy of Necsa is offering a training programme in Radiation Protection (RP). The programme will run for a period of 12 months. The training programme will be on Radiation Protection (NQF Level 4). There will be both theoretical and practical training. Learners will be awarded the opportunity to work in the Necsa facilities to receive the necessary on-job exposure to equip them for employment.

The South African Nuclear Energy Corporation SOC Limited (Necsa) is mandated to undertake and promote research and development (R & D) in the field of nuclear energy and radiation sciences and technology.

The company is also responsible for processing source material, special nuclear material and restricted material and to reprocess and enrich these.

Subject to approval by the Minister of Energy, who is the sole shareholder representing the South African Government, Necsa co-operates with any person or institution in matters falling within its mandated functions.

Necsa is committed to carrying out its mandate in a manner that strictly adheres to all the measures that are put in place to protect the environment and the people of South Africa.


  • Applicants with Grade12 Mathematics, Physical Science and age between 18 -35 years should apply.
  • Shortlisted candidates will be invited for aptitude tests as part of the selection process.
  • Only South African citizens will be considered for these opportunities.
  • The closing date for applications is 14 August 2019.
  • Admission into the programme does not guarantee employment.

To Apply:
Applicants must submit their CVs and certified copies of qualifications at E-mail:
inforNLA@necsa.co.za. For inquiries: Ms. Jacqueline Tlhoaele Tel No: 012 305 3901.


If you have not heard from us within 14 days after the closing date, Please consider your application
was unsuccessful. Necsa is an equal opportunity employer and is destined to play an important research and development and technical support role in South Africa’s nuclear renaissance. The Necsa group of companies currently employs over 1500 professionals and support staff .

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