South African chemical and explosives producer, African Explosives and Chemical Industries Limited (AECI), is inviting applications for their 2017 Apprenticeships to be based at their operations on Limpopo’s Venetia and Mogalakwena areas from unemployed South Africans with a Grade 12 / Matric certificate. This is a full-trade training which will ensure that the apprentice qualifies as an Artisan / Mechanical Fitters on successful completion of the apprenticeships. Apprentices will receive a monthly allowance for the duration of the apprenticeship.
Successful apprentices will be required to do the following:
- Complete theoretical training at college (minimum N3 in trade theory) – the company will pay all tuition fees;
- Complete minimum practical training;
- Actively participate in activities to achieve the required goals whilst maintaining the specified engineering and safety standards;
- Participate in the formal training plan for the apprenticeship; achieve the competencies, pass the modules/assessments presented in this regard;
- Keep an updated personal training record (logbook), and produce it to the employer and/or training organisation, when requested;
- Work effectively with others to successfully complete maintenance activities and objectives;
- Adherence to Health, Safety and Environmental procedures, work instructions, guidelines, regulations / legislation and programs & proactive action to identify and correct potential unsafe conditions and acts.
What are the requirements?
In order to be considered, candidates should meet the following requirements:
- Obtained Grade 12 (Matric) with Mathematics and Science, or Technical Matric;
- While NOT a strict minimum requirement: an N2/N3 in Fitting, Mechanical or Electrical would be an added advantage;
- Code B driver’s licence;
- Basic understanding of process plant and the importance of maintenance;
- Must be able to obtain a red ticket health clearance.
How to apply?
To apply for these apprenticeships at AECI in Limpopo province CLICK HERE
Closing date: 6 July 2017