Transnet: Apprenticeship Programme 2018 / 2019

Transnet: Apprenticeship Programme 2018 / 2019

Location: Durban, Johannesburg

The Apprenticeship Contract is an employment contract with the purpose to provide young workers who have completed their compulsory schooling with general, theoretical and practical training with a view to obtaining a vocational qualification backed up by a Technical / artisan certificate (NQF level 5). Apprenticeships are based on the principle of alternance between theoretical training in an Apprentice Training Centre and learning the profession with the employers the apprentice has signed their contract with.

Please take note that:

All training will be done in the relevant Transnet School of Engineering Campus based in Durban and surrounding areas

NO accommodation and transport assistance will be provided before, during and after appointment

This is only a training opportunity. On successful completion of the training program, there is no guarantee for permanent employment and trainees might be released to look for work in the market.

Qualifications & Experience

NTC2 with 4 relevant trade subjects passed or National Certificate (Vocational) Qualification (NQF Level 3) or higher with relevant subjects passed or Technical Matric including Pure Mathematics and Physical Science passed with relevant trade theory

Applicants must be SA citizens without any other bursary obligation from other organisations.

Preference will be given to applicants considered as South African Youth (under the age of 35)

How To Apply

Johannesburg: Closing Date: 10 August 2018
Apply Online for the Transnet Diesel Electrical Fitter Apprenticeship Programme in JHB (Ref: 30011086)Apply Online for the Transnet Electrical Fitter Apprenticeship Programme in JHB (30011088)

Apply Online for the Transnet Electrician Apprenticeship Programme in JHB (30011090) OR

Fax : 0866826998

Durban: Closing Date: 02 August 2018
 Apply Online for the Transnet Diesel / Electrical Apprenticeship Programme(Ref: 30011074)Apply Online for the Transnet Fitter Apprenticeship Programme (Ref: 30011076)

Apply Online for the Transnet Electrician Apprenticeship Programme(Ref: 30011078) OR

Transnet Engineering, P.O. Box 951 , Transnet Engineering , Durban , 4000 E-mail : TRE.DbnRecruitment@transnet.net

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