Limpopo Department of Transport 2016 Learnerships (Only Matric required)

The Limpopo Department of Transport is inviting applications for its 2016 Learnerships (Ref.: S.5/3/5/2) from unemployed South Africans residing in the province. The learnerships are open to unemployed South African youths with a Grade 12 / Matric qualification. Successful candidates will be appointed on 12-months learnership contracts and will be paid a monthly stipend of R1 995,65 for the duration of the learnership programme. At successful completion of the learnership programme, candidates will be awarded a national recognised National Certificate: Automotive Repairs and Maintenance at NQF Level 3.

What are the requirements?

In order to be considered, applicants should meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Be an unemployed South African youth between the ages of 18 and 35 years;
  • Must have NEVER taken part in a learnership;
  • Must have a Grade 12 / Matric certificate with ANY ONE of these subjects: Maths Literacy (Level 4 pass or above) OR pure Maths (Level 3 or above);
  • Be a resident of Limpopo Province.

How to apply?

Make your application on a Z83 Form (Click here to download OR go fetch one at a government department/office) accompanied by your CV (with references), fitness certificate, certified copies of your qualifications and ID document and send it by any of the means below: [NB! On the Z83 form, under “position for which you are applying” write Learnership Programme; and under “Reference number” write this reference number S.5/3/5/2. Apply by post or hand-deliver using the details below:

Hand delivery Postal delivery
Office 45, Second Floor
Phamoko Building
39 Church Street
The Head of Department
Department of Transport
Private Bag X9491

Closing date: 17 June 2016

Should you have any questions regarding this learnership programme, contact any of the following officials during normal office hours:

  • Mr Sefularo Rasefate at 015 294 8240
  • Ms Karabo Manaka at 015 295 1160

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