Artisan Learnership Opportunity at Eskom
It seems Eskom offers plenty of development skill opportunities for potential SA young generation, and of them is learner artisans opportunity. For you to know, this learnership opportunity is involved only around control and instrumentation, mechanical, electrical. For each category, they provides you with distinctive minimum qualifications. Take a look first for control and instrumentation category, you need to; grab N4 completed with engineering science and mathematics. You need also to treat English as your second language. Meanwhile, for electrical and mechanical category, then ensure you have; grade 12 together with mathematics and physical science, familiar with English as second language, and N3 with the addition of engineering science and mathematics.
Apart from previously mentioned the least requirements for learner artisans opportunities above, each suitable applicants from each learnership category are required to have these following criteria for better chance to become a suitable learner for this learnership opportunity, as it speaks, those requirements are; you are excellent in applying both science knowledge and maths, you have no phobia of heights, brilliant in analytical skill, very good in both written and verbal territories familiar with thermodynamics, and also you have understanding toward a concept of safety and technical matters.
In addition to it, ascertain yourself that you have huge passion in studying/reading ability. Too , be sure that you are personal that has assertive attitude and discipline centric. To remind you once more, this learner artisans opportunity is only for those who aim for mechanical, electrical, and control and instrumentation areas. Just in case you can meet both the least requirements and the additional competencies above that make you have confident to apply for this learnership opportunity which is located in Lethabo Power Station, Free State– you can apply it online before it reaches its closing date which is on December 8th 2015.