Chances are opened now for those unemployed graduates to apply a graduate internship that is presented by RTIA (the Road Traffic Infringment Agency). Interested individual for RTIA graduate internship program, before you send your application, be sure that you know this graduate internship opportunity only for potential unemployed graduates that hold National Diploma/Bachelor Degree in legal assistance/paralegal studies/law, policing, transport management, and road traffic management. Having the qualification to apply a graduate internship opportunity through RTIA, shall you apply for the internship by beforehand preparing pivotal documents that are requested by the official.
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The documents that should be prepared in the way to win RTIA graduate internship program, those include, current curriculum vitae, letter of application and certified copies for both qualifications and SA ID. Submit you application if you consider that any essential things to apply the graduate internship are prepared. The application can be submitted in three ways. First you can email your application via firstname.lastname@example.org. Second, you can as well hand delivery your application to, Waterfall Edge B/Howick Close/Waterfal Office Park/Bekker Road/Midrand. Third, it is also allowable for you to post your application at, the Human Resources Office/RTIA/PO Box 6341/Halfway House-1685.
The application of RTIA graduate internship should be sent before it meets its deadline on March 25th (16:30). Any questions that you may have, it can be directed to Ms Lesedi Mampa by dialing 087 285 0500. For each successful interns, you will be awarded with stipend for R 5000,00 per month. You may ask then, how to know that you are considered or not considered for a position in graduate internship that is designed by RTIA? In case that you don’t receive any feedback from the official in 3 (three) months, it means your application for the graduate internship at RTIA is not successful and vice versa.