Advertisement

 

Traineeships

A traineeship is an education and training programme which incorporates work experience, preparing young people for their future careers by helping them to become ‘work ready’. Are you keen to work, but lack the skills and experience to get a job, a traineeship can help you improve your CV and get you work ready. YOU'LL ALSO GET PAID TO LEARN NEW SKILLS

We've got a list of the latest 2021 traineeships available. You'll always stay up-to-date on the Careers Portal. Apply today for one of the available traineeship programmes below and gain the valuable experience you need. 


McCain Foods (SA) is offering a structured one year Graduate Trainee Programme to Graduates. Apply now!


Do you have the drive and passion to be responsible for running existing credit risk related reports as well as the further analysis of data in order to determine our customer's payment performance which will be used for strategic decision-making? Apply now to be a credit risk trainee!


Clicks is looking to recruit graduates for their Trainee Manager Programme. Apply now!


Danone is now taking applications for their plant in-service traineeship. Apply now!


TWK Agri has a traineeship available and is now taking applications. This is a permanent position.


Mascor is now taking applications for a John Deere Parts trainee. Apply now!


No coding experience? No problem. Our peer-to-peer learning environment will give you the support you need to become a rockstar programmer! Secure your spot for 2022! Apply today to join WeThinkCode.


Hitachi Energy is now looking for an Intern Engineer in Training for a full-time contract traineeship. Hitachi Energy is a global technology leader that is advancing a sustainable energy future for all.


Are you an enthusiastic and motivated student, ready to tackle the working world? Are you seeking work experience? RCL FOODS is seeking a Millwright to join our Foods Division. ?


A great opportunity for those looking to make R20,000-R25,000 a month. This is a 3-year fixed-contract and you must have a degree in Industrial Engineering OR B Com Supply Chain Honours OR B Com Logistics Honours.


If you are a Small, Medium and Micro Enterprise (SMME) business owner, you have until Friday, 22 October 2021 to apply to take part in a three-year, accredited skills training programme.


The I-CAN Centre Elsies River is offering a number of free courses to the public for the month of August.


Advertisement



Advertisement


Advertisement