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Namakwa District Municipality invites suitable applicants to apply for Apprenticeship and  Learnership Programme for 2020.
Location:  Northern Cape
Closing Date: 06 November 2020
An opportunity will be given to interested individuals with a passion for the construction industry to apply for Apprenticeships and Learnerships as listed below.

Learnership: Stipend R2500 pm
Duration: 1 year

Supervision of Construction Processes
Construction Road Works [x10]

Requirements

Grade 10 or 11,
Learner should have acquired language competencies and mathematical literacy competencies at NOF Level 2
Recognition of Prior Learning
35 years and younger

Apprenticeship:Stipend R3000 pm
Duration: 3 year

Electrician [x15]

Mathematics, Engineering Science, Industrial Electronics, Electrical Theory or
Technical Trade Theory program- NQF Level 3 quality assured by CETA or
Technical Grade 11 with Mathematics Science, English and the Trade Theory or
Relevant N6 Certificate (T.S or N stream) or
NCV Level 3 with 7 subjects, 1 subject must be trade theory

Painter [x15] Carpenter [x15] Bricklayer [x15]

Requirements

N2 and 4 Subjects
35 years and younger

GENERAL: Applications can be submitted to the skills Development Facilitator. Certified copy of highest qualification and Certified copy of ID document Certified copies should not be older than 3 months. “If applicants do not hear from Namakwa District Municipality within 14 working days, please consider your application unsuccessful.
No fax.  E-mail only. Late applications will not be accepted.
How to Apply
SUBMIT APPLICATIONS TO:
Jenavive Rooi, Human Resource Management, Tel: (027) 712 8000
E-mail: [email protected]

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