AVI Learnership Programme

Apply for the AVI Learnership programme

Closing Date: 10 November 2020

Location: Pretoria, Johannesburg, Gauteng

Description

We are looking for passionate students and learners to participate in an AVI Learnership programme. This is a trainee programme with no experience needed

AVI Learnership Programme

Fields

  • Diesel Mechanics 
  • Electrical
  • Fitter and Turner 
  • Instrumentation

Requirements

Grade 12 N2 Good communication skills Computer Literate No experience needed Good management skill Able to handle pressure

You may also apply for: Wholesale Sector Learnerships Smartcall

How to Apply

Interested candidates can send application to hr@ivalogistics.co.za  or Visit our website www.ivalogistics.co.za 

If you don’t receive feedback 14 days after closing date consider your application unsuccessful

About AVI CAREERS

Grow a great career with the company that grows great brands

From the corporate head office to our operating environments, there is a diversity of opportunities available within the group: from fishing to fashion, marketing to manufacturing, IT to innovation, and more. From learnerships for artisans within many of our factories, to graduate recruitment programs for top performing graduates nationwide, we also offer great training opportunities for new recruits.

Our Graduate Programme provides a platform for future leaders to realise their potential in an organisation that will challenge them to create, innovate and make a difference.

The AVI Graduate Programme, which began in 2016, has evolved over the years into a programme that has produced exceptional graduates, who now fulfil instrumental roles in our organisation.

Over a 24-month period, you will be exposed to a variety of projects that will make a tangible difference to the AVI business. You will be afforded opportunities to learn from the most senior individuals in our business, and be given exciting projects in which your innovative mind will be challenged!

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