If you are interested in the Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) Learnership 2023/2024? We are pleased to guide you on how to apply for the latest learnership programme.
Let's begin with What is a Learnership? A learnership can be described as a training programme that consists of both theory and practical elements. It offers a way for you to gain work experience, as well as an NQF registered qualification. All learnerships are managed by Sector Education Training Authorities (SETAs).
Financial Intelligence Centre Learnerships 2023
The Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) is South Africa’s national centre for the gathering, analysis and dissemination of financial intelligence. The FIC was established to identify proceeds of crime, combat money laundering, and the financing of terrorism and, in so doing, has a primary role to protect the integrity of South Africa’s financial system. The Entity was established by the FIC Act 38 of 2001 and reports to the Minister of Finance and to Parliament.
The FIC’s mandate is to: identify the proceeds of crime, combat money laundering, and terror financing; supervise and enforce compliance with the FIC Act; share information with law enforcement authorities, supervisory bodies, intelligence services, the South African Revenue Service, and other local and international agencies; facilitate effective supervision and enforcement by supervisory bodies; formulate and lead the implementation of policy regarding money laundering and the financing of terrorism; provide policy advice to the Minister of Finance; and uphold the international obligations and commitments required by the country in respect of anti-money laundering and combating financing of terrorism (AML/CFT).
The FIC Act introduces a regulatory framework of measures that requires certain categories of business to take steps regarding client identification, record-keeping, reporting of information and internal compliance structures. All businesses have to report various suspicious transactions to the FIC. It also receives additional financial data from accountable and reporting institutions. The Entity uses this financial data and available data to develop financial intelligence. It is able to make this intelligence available to law enforcement, police, and tax authorities for follow-up investigations.
On 1 December 2010, amendments to the FIC were promulgated, which required that all accountable and reporting institutions register with the FIC. Furthermore, the Act gave the Entity and supervisory bodies the authority to inspect and impose administrative penalties on non-compliant businesses. The Act also introduced an appeals process and an appeal board.
South Africa is a member of the Financial Action Task Force, the international body which sets standards and policy on anti-money laundering and for combating the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT). The FIC currently leads the South African delegation of various government departments to the Eastern and Southern Africa Anti-Money Laundering Group, which aims to support countries to implement the global AML/CFT standards.
The FIC is a member and current chair of the Egmont Group, which is made up of financial intelligence units from 147 countries around the world. The primary aim of the organisation is to facilitate cooperation and sharing of financial intelligence information among its members.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified applicants for the Financial Intelligence Centre recruitment exercise. INTERESTED AND SUITABLY QUALIFIED members of the public can apply for any of the positions available at the South Africa Financial Intelligence Centre.
This page shows you how to apply for Financial Intelligence Centre, FIC internships 2023 dates, application form, requirements, qualifications, guidelines, portal, and updates for free.
Eligibility & Requirements
To qualify for the internship, you need to possess all the required qualifications and meet all requirements before applying for the Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) Learnerships 2023.
Entry requirements can be accessed from the official Financial Intelligence Centre Learnerships Portal according to the position.
In general, the applicant must meet some basic requirements like:
- Applicants must be a citizen of South Africa or have valid work and possess an Identity Card.
- You must not have partaken in any other learnership prior to this application
- A valid Grade 12 / Martic certification
- Must be between 18 and 35 years of age
- Must hold a diploma or degree in the relevant field (where applicable)
- Proof of residence
Candidates must submit a curriculum vitae with up-to-date contact details and all relevant information. Candidates must also submit a motivational letter and provide references.
other requirements and qualifications can be found in various advertised positions.
Apply for FIC Learnership 2023 Application Form
Please do not submit your original certificates, but only certified copies as documentation will not be returned. Applications that are received after the advertised closing date, are missing documentation, or is not signed, will not be taken into consideration.
To register or submit an online application form for the 2023 FIC Learnership, you need to log on to the Financial Intelligence Centre Learnerships Portal.
- Browse for the latest Job Learnerships advertised on the page.
- Then follow the instructions on the page to apply for any available position.
However, you may also check your local media for the latest internship at the Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC).
The Financial Intelligence Centre, FIC Learnership Deadline – Closing Date is available on the vacancies portal.
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