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Work with the best to be the best

To be the best in the fast-paced world of property, you’ve got to work with the best.

As a trusted partner in the property market, Redefine values unconventional thinking, simplicity, proactive solutions and, above all, relationships.
Simply put, while property is our commodity, people are our business.

Our Learnership Programme is rooted in this very philosophy. We strive to offer young people the chance to capitalise on their academic qualifications,
enthusiasm and passion for the property industry, while being rewarded with work experience and mentorship within this exciting, continuously evolving and dynamic industry.

Minimum requirements:
• Grade 12 certificate
• Tertiary qualification (undergraduate and/or postgraduate tertiary qualification)
• NO tertiary studies or formal employment for 2019
• NO previous learnership/s completed
• Willing to reside in Johannesburg or Cape Town for the duration of the programme (depending on scope of opportunity)


National certificate in Business Administration (NQF Level 2/3)

This one-year workplace readiness programme was developed to bridge the gap between academic studies and the working environment with the aim to equip learners with the skills required to enable gainful employment. To qualify for this programme, a completed Grade 12 certificate is required.

Further education and training certificate in Business Administration (NQF Level 4)

This one-year qualification provides learners with a broad spectrum of knowledge, skills and values integral to the business environment, with access to further education and training. To qualify for this programme, a completed tertiary diploma or undergraduate and/or postgraduate qualification is required.

Protection notice from Redefine Properties management

Please note that in the interest of creating an authentic, accessible and inclusive culture of mentorship in South Africa, Redefine Properties will never request payment from any of our Learnership Programme applicants in the form of a registration, or any other fee, in order to secure a place on the programme. It goes against our company values of inclusivity, empowerment, and a commitment to building a better future. Recently, however, several scams have been detected which target programmes such as ours. We therefore urgently request you to report such fraudulent scams to us as soon as possible, and to be wary of any requests for payment off our website, or from any of our other marketing platforms.

Applications are now closed.