City of Tshwane: Apprenticeship Programme 2018 / 2019

CLOSING DATE: Friday, 29 June 2018 at 12:00

Be part of our apprenticeship scheme. We will equip you with the know-how and work integrated learning to succeed in today’s highly competitive and challenging job market. The City of Tshwane (Learning and Development Section) is an accredited training provider that offers a full apprenticeship programme in the following trades:

  • Electricity
  • Welding
  • Vehicle Mechanics
  • Boilermaking
  • Fitting and Turning

What you need: At least an N2 certificate with Mathematics, Science and relevant trade theory. You must furthermore be interested in becoming an artisan and have the necessary devotion and enthusiasm. Special school applicants should be in possession of Grade 10 with technical subjects, Mathematics and Science.

Applicants must submit: • A Curriculum Vitae (CV) •  Certified copies of all school qualifications and any other relevant qualification • Proof of residence certified by the ward councillor concerned or a recent water and lights statement.

Preference will be given to previously disadvantaged individuals and women. Candidates with disabilities are encouraged to apply

NB: Applicants with fraudulent information/documents will be disqualified

How To Apply

Please hand-deliver your properly addressed CV and all relevant documents to Group Human Capital Management (Human Resources Management), One Stop Services, Mezzanine Level, Bothongo Plaza West, 271 Francis Baard Street, Pretoria, GPS coordinates: Decimal degrees: Latitude: 25.7488 E: Longitude: 28.1920 S. Degrees: Minutes and seconds: 25° 45′ 00.3″ S 28° 11′ 25.6″ E

Alternatively, post these documents to Group Human Capital Management (Human Resources Management), One Stop Services, PO Box 440, Pretoria 0001.

NB: No faxed, electronic or late applications will be accepted.

Enquiries: Mr A Thithuluthelwi, tel. 012 358-7514, Ms M Nkwana, tel. 012 358-1356 or Ms E Kolobe, tel. 012 358-4125

Please accept that your application was unsuccessful if you have not been contacted within 3 months of the closing date of this advertisement.

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