Information for employers who have placement opportunities for students. Register on the link below.
If you are an employer and you have workplace based learning opportunities available (sometimes referred to as work integrated learning, experiential learning etc.), then you are at the right place.
Register on iWIL
Once you have successfully registered on iWIL as an employer you will be able to capture your requirements in terms of the type of candidates that you require.
Once your requirements have been captured the service will match your offer of placement against the needs of the registered iWIL users.
To register on this site as an employer you need to have an email address. We need this information so that we can communicate with you on a regular basis.
If you are interested in placing artisans then please visit the National Artisan Development Support Centre.
The iWIL service is an initiative brought to you by the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) to promote the development of a credible and appropriate repository of information that can be utilised by industry to place learners/students/graduates for the purposes of Workplace Based Learning (WPBL).
The system was developed by the DHET's Information Systems Coordination Directorate of the Human Resource Development, Planning and Monitoring Coordination Branch.
The iWIL service is made possible with the kind assistance of the owners of the following information systems, from which qualification-related and provider-related data is regularly received:
The DHET’s Higher Education Management Information System (HEMIS);
The DHET’s Technical and Vocational Education and Training Management Information System (TVETMIS);
The South African Qualifications Authority’s (SAQA’s) National Learners' Records Database (NLRD).
Contact us at ISCDSupport@dhet.gov.za if you require any additional information about the iWIL service.
As a leading provider of education and training in mainly the TVET band, the College of Cape Town has much to offer students and prospective partners. The courses lead to recognised qualifications that are demanded by commerce and industry.