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Apprenticeships Rio Tinto X8 Positions

The following Learnership opportunities are also available to applicants interested in pursuing a career in the following trades:


  • Plater Welders X2
  • Fitters x4
  • Electrical x2

Minimum Requirements:

  • South African citizen
  • N2 in the following subjects: Mathematics, Engineering Science, and two related trade theory subjects for the discipline.
  • National driver’s License.

Your application should include the following:

  • Brief statement explaining why you have chosen your particular career
  • Curriculum Vitae with certified copies of certificates, Identity document and Driver’s License
  • Only online applications will be considered, please follow the below steps to apply.

HOW TO APPLY ONLINE:

Closing date: 20 February 2019

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Subaru Apprenticeship Training

Subaru is offering a Competency Based Modular Training (CBMT 4 LEVEL) programme to assist the unemployed youth in obtaining a Technical Qualification within a Motor Mechanical Field.

Apprenticeship Training

(CMT 4 LEVEL) Programme

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Matric certificate with Mathematics and Physical Science.

RECOMMENDED SKILLS, QUALITIES AND KNOWLEDGE

  • Numerical ability
  • Good communication skills
  • Must be able to work under pressure
  • Must be a team player
  • Endorse driver’s license (B) (Advantage)
  • Computer literacy
  • Physical fitness/strength to meet physical demands for the job.
  • Willingness to work flexible hours/over time.
  • Concern for quality and standards.
  • Willingness to comply with given policies, procedures and standards.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Willingness to learn and keep up to date with product and technology developments.

Closing Date

Closing Date: Thursday, February 28, 2019

How to Apply

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City of Cape Town Apprenticeship Programme

City of Cape Town seeks a qualifying candidate to be part of their Engineering Apprenticeship programme.

Apprentices (Engineering)

Requirements

  • A minimum of an NTC 3 Technical qualification (Electrical Trade Theory, Mathematics, Engineering Science, Industrial Electronics or any other subject in Heavy Current Stream) and
  • Matric OR Technical Matric (Grade 12 – English, Electrical Trade Theory, Mathematics, Physical Science and any other subject) OR
  • Full NCV 4 Electrical (with 7 subjects) 
  • A passion for the Electrical Field 
  • Must reside in the City of Cape Town Metropole 
  • A valid driver’s licence (preferably Code C1/Code 10) is recommended.
  • SALARY R 101 605 p.a
  • REFERENCE NUMBER NRG 05/19 ext

Closing Date

Opportunity Closing Date: Friday, February 15, 2019

How to Apply

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Unemployed Youth Wanted 18-25 Years Old for Apprenticeship Programme

Closing Date: 10 February 2019
Location: Pretoria

Applications are open for apprentice’s intake for February 2019.  Apprenticeship training will take place over a maximum of 3 years in the following trade.

  • Fitting and Turning

Requirements

  • Unemployed person between 18 and 25
  • Grade 12 with Mathematics and Physical Science (average 50%)
  • Candidates will be subject to Theory-, Literature-, Mathematics-, Physical Science and practical hand skills test

How To Apply

CVs with grade 12 certificate with Maths & Science to be submitted to the following email: fitting&turning@aerosud.co.za

Contact number: 012 662 5000 (Patricia Nieuwoudt or Andre Human)

Please Note: Should you not hear from us two weeks after the closing date, consider your application unsuccessful.

Aerosud is an equal opportunity employer. preference will be given to Employment Equity candidates.

Aerosud reserves the right to decline any application that does not meet the criteria or qualification required for the advertised position.

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How Apprenticeships Works

How Apprenticeships Works

Employers advertise in newspapers, or place adverts in the city, town or community centres. Apprentices entering apprenticeships should at least be 15 years of age.

Why are apprenticeships important?

Apprenticeships are aimed at developing trade-specific skills.

In South Africa there are several industries that desperately need skilled artisans.

By establishing a formal skills development structure, such shortage of skills can be addressed by training people in the necessary fields.

If you are interested in becoming an artisan, speak to qualified artisans and, where possible, visit their workplaces to see if this is the type of work you would like to do.

Also contact your local TVET college’s advisory centre for guidance.

How do learnerships and apprenticeships differ?

Both learnerships and apprenticeships consider work experience (on-the-job) as to be a very important part of the training.

Apprenticeships are limited to technical trades, while learnerships can be for any career, for example tour leader.

Entry requirements

Apprentices entering apprenticeships should at least be 15 years of age. Each sector, such as the transport or manufacturing and engineering sector, has different approved conditions of apprenticeship regarding entry requirements etc. and you will be best advised to get information on the apprenticeship requirements from the relevant Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs).

Enquire at your nearest Labour Centre about these. The difference will be in terms of educational requirements, duration of the training and the modular tests.

How to apply?

One of the conditions for an apprenticeship is that unemployed people must be employed by the employer for the duration of the apprenticeship.

Unemployed people can thus only enter an apprenticeship if there is an employer who is willing to take unemployed 4 people into an apprenticeship programme.

Unemployed people can apply for an apprenticeship if there is an employer calling for applications of unemployed people.

Employers advertise in newspapers, or place adverts in the community, city, town or community

Where to enquire

Enquire at your nearest Labour Centre concerning the apprenticeship requirements per sector.

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