Metro Bus Learnerships for 2016
Closing Date: 17 September 2015
Metrobus and Transport Education and Training Authority (TETA) are offering ten (10) unemployed young matriculants the opportunity for Integrated Workplace experience in Transport Supervisory Learnership programme. The Learnership Programme is for a fixed period of twelve (12) months during which the learners will be exposed practical working experience in Transport Supervisory. The Leaners will during the course of the training programme receive a stipend of R1800.00 per month.
Bridge the gap between academic study and workplace requirements • Offer young recently matriculated, people with potential to gain workplace experience and skills in the world of public Bus Transport • Offer structured training programme relevant to local government and public bus transport • Each learner will work with a dedicated coach who offers soft skills training and practical on the job training • Prepare learners for future employment opportunities.
The applicants must have completed their Senior Certificate (Matric) to be considered for a shortlist, must be a South African Citizen and be computer literate.
Able to work in a team • Have strong attention to detail • High learning agility • Be results oriented • Be customer focused • Able to prioritise and multi-task • Good interpersonal skills • Excellent verbal and written communication • Have a positive, can do attitude.
How to Apply
Candidates who meet requirements should forward their CV’s, including an application letter, certified copies of relevant qualifications to this email address:
[email protected] or fax the applications to 086 212 2503.
Telephonic enquiries: Kgaugelo Malatji 011 403-4300 ext 222.
NOTE: Applicants who receive no response to their applications within 8 weeks may consider their application to be unsuccessful.
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