https://sayouth.me/DBE Application form online, (Apply via sayouth.me/DBE); Apply Now through sayouth.mobi/p/dbe login in, sayouth.mobi/p/dbe login facebook, sayouth.mobi/p/dbe login register, sayouth.mobi/p/dbe login mail
The department has introduces an alternative avenue for applicants to submit their applications (https://sayouth.me/DBE)
Sa Youth has added another web-based electronic application form that is not linked to nor dependent on the SA Youth Mobi-site in terms of connectivity or stability
Steps to step apply via https://sayouth.me/DBE
- Visit https://SaYouth.me/DBE in order to access the form
- The Link will take application to the homepage where they will be required to select the province in which they are in.
- Fill in the required fields with your personal particulars and ensure that all information is correct, particularly your contact number.
- Search the names of the school closest to you or click the drop down menu to select the school. in the province in which you are located, Only School in the province in which you are located will appear on the list.
- Double check that all information is correct and Click Submit
Use The Link of Each Province Below To access Application Form of Each Province Below
Basic education employment initiative would like to notify the public that the web-based/electronic applications form is an alternative application method; However, it is Zero Rated and will require a small amount of data(3MB) to complete. The Mobi-site (Sayouth.mobi) is still available for submission of application.
Applicants must note that, application forms must be submitted online, as no walk-ins to schools will be allowed due to Covid19 restrictions and the preparation of the final exams for the year, at both primary and high schools.
Applicants who need help to apply online can also be supported with their nearest NYDA Office or Community library that has connectivity.
Youth between the ages of 18-35 who are currently neither in education training no receiving any form of government grant, as well as youth with disability and women, are eligible and encouraged to apply.
The department seeks to provide 287 000 unemployed young people, (+/-192 000 Education Assistants and +/- 95 000 General School Assistants) employment and training opportunities in the education sector, as part of the Presidential Youth Employment Initiative (PYEI)-Basic Education Employment Initiative (BEEI), which forms part of the Presidential Employment Stimulus (PES), seeking to mitigate the devastating economic challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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