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Our Apprenticeship Programme affords the learners an opportunity to grow within AFGRI under the mentorship of our leaders, in formal training as well as on the job development rotations in multidisciplinary teams.Requirements
National Senior Certificate (Matric/Grade 12) with the following subjects:MathematicsPhysical ScienceTechnical Drawing / Engineering Graphics and DesignN3 subjects in relevant Trades (Mechanical, Electrical, Boilermaker, Fitter)N2 subjects in:MathematicsEngineering Science Communication SkillsValid Driver’s license
Applicants who are not in possession of the above qualifications, can undertake N2 requirement subjects through Further Education and Training sponsored by AFGRI as part of the programme
Programme will include the following
A 3-year in-service/practical training towards obtaining a trade related qualificationAll required training to qualify as an artisan, will be completed through a SETA approved training institutionWorkplace experiential training conducted at the AFGRI branchesComplete trade test preparationSuccessfully written trade test examination required to qualify as an artisanIncumbents will receive a monthly stipend
Repair and maintenance of related equipmentResponsible for stock controlCustomer servicesGeneral work
A highly motivated individual Attention to detailTeam playerGoal orienteddeadline driven
Our intake period is from August to November year on year. Learners must avail themselves for an interview and assessment process as defined by the company. The Programme inception will be in January the following year.
How to Apply
Apply Online for the AFGRI: Apprenticeship Programme 2020
Central Applications Office and lots more directly on your mobile phone.
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