Placement Center

Mira Consulting a wholly black owned business consulting firm established to get the millions of South Africans including unemployed graduates working again. When graduates and unemployed youth enter the mainstream economy through work, the country works, because business grow to sustain our crippled economy.
We provide our clients with work ready learners for Skills Programmes, Learnership, internships, apprenticeships and work integrated learning.

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Work Readiness Programmes

We offer our candidates work readiness training programs to prepare participants to get, keep and excel at a new job, placement for learnership, internship, apprentice or work integrated learning. Basic employability skills include effective communication, problem solving, resume building, and interviewing. Job readiness training programs also help participants develop good work habits that facilitate their ongoing success. Workshops typically include lectures, discussions and role-playing exercises. We help our clients with background checks, Police Clearance, Credit Check and remediation, Qualification verification, reference confirmation and disability documentation and many more.


An Internship is a programme designed to give University and FET College graduates an opportunity to extend their academic qualifications through structured workplace exposure and specialized training. Participants are placed on a full-time basis for a period of eight to twelve months in stakeholder companies and government organizations, the purpose of which is to provide the learner with workplace experience that builds on the qualification. Mira Consulting and Sebenzaa utilizes the concept of Internships to fast track high level skills, to offer needed work experience to unemployed graduates and to empower graduates with practical knowledge commensurate with their qualification.

Skills Programmes

A skills programme is a set or cluster of unit standards gathered or combined to form a short programme bearing credits on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF). The skills programmes are often implemented to provide learners with a set of skills requirement for specific employment or to meet the needs of the employer to enhance employees’ knowledge for a particular skill. Skills programme can culminate into a qualification when an interested learner continues to pursue the completion of the remaining unit standards.


A Learnership is a work-based education and training programme that is linked to a qualification registered on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) with the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). Learnerships are occupationally directed programmes that consist of both structured theoretical learning and practical workplace experience.

Benefits of learnerships?

For The Learner

  • Provide easy access to learning;
  • Increase access to employment opportunities;
  • Assist in Career-Pathing and Self-development;
  • Provide a monthly stipend to learners while they learn;
  • Lead to the acquisition of a formal qualification; and
  • Serve as an entrance into the industry for unemployed learners.

For The Employer

  • Provide skilled and experienced workers;
  • Assist in the development of competent staff;
  • Contribute to empowerment credentials and BB-BEE points for the company;
  • Produce knowledgeable and competent employees who require less supervision;
  • Lead to improved workplace productivity and quality outcomes;
  • A vehicle to address employment equity targets; and
  • Help fill identified skills gaps.


An apprenticeship is a work-based placement that combines practical, on-the-job training with continued study towards a recognized trade. Apprenticeships are paid programmes that allow you to earn while you learn.

WIL (Work Integrated Learning)

If you have completed your studies or you are currently still studying and you require workplace based learning (sometimes referred to as work integrated learning, experiential learning etc.) or any type of work experience in order to get your career moving then you are at the right place. WIL (Work Integrated Learning) is an educational approach that aligns occupational learning and workplace practices for the mutual benefit of learners and workplaces

WIL serves the following purposes:

  • develop learner professional identity
  • advance learner theoretical knowledge and transferable skills
  • Help develop learner communication skills for people in diverse roles
  • Inculcate teamwork, problem solving, and self-management
  • enhance learner digital literacy skills
  • Hone learner business ethics, values and principles

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