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SABMiller Tradesman Apprenticeships

SABMiller Apprenitceship

Do you wish to become a tradesman? SABMiller is offering Apprenticeship positions for the incumbent to be trained as a qualified tradesman and to gain knowledge and experience as an artisan in the chosen trade.

SABMiller Apprenticeship

APPRENTICE

Competence Requirements Qualifications:

  • Grade 12 with Mathematics & Science passed with an average of 50%
  • National Technical certificate (N3) Electrical, Millwright, Instrumentation or Fitter and Turner with trade theory subjects on applicable trade
  • Mechanical and electrical aptitude
  • Mental alertness
  • Analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Output and Accountabilities Complete the 3-4 year apprentice programme as per company/seta requirements

APPRENTICE X3

Competence Requirements Qualifications:

  • Grade 12 with Mathematics & Science (HG) or Technical Matric.
  • National Technical certificate (N3) or higher in the relevant engineering discipline.
  • Competencies: Must be a team player.
  • High energy levels and action orientated
  • Mental alertness, analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Conceptual skills
  • Output and Accountabilities Complete the 3-4 year apprentice programme as per company/seta requirements

APPRENTICE X5

Competence Requirements

  • Grade 12 with Mathematics & Science would be advantageous
  • Minimum National Technical certificate (N4) to complete a program in the various Trades:
  • 1x Electrician
  • 2 x fitter & Turner
  • 1x Millwright
  • 1x Instrument Mechanician
  • Or higher in the relevant engineering discipline (N5/N6 would be advantageous).
  • Engineering Aptitude
  • Owner Mindset Output and Accountabilities
  • Output and Accountabilities Complete the 3-4 year apprentice programme as per company/seta requirements

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Opportunity Closing Date: 
Wednesday, February 12, 2020
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