Mintek Artisan Learnership Programme for 2016
If you are now seeking for a learnership programme where the main concern is to let you grab a trade certificate for both mechanical fitter and instrument mechanician, you better not skip a Mintek Artisan learnership opportunity. For those who becomes the learners for this learnership programme, they have privilege to grab thorough knowledge about those previous fields in practical and theoretical territories. Then, how to apply? The basic requirements for this learnership is, you must grab a N2 qualification (minimum) in mechanical engineering/instrumentation. In addition, this opportunity will give its preference for a PDI (Previously Disadvantage Individuals).
Another eligibility you should have once you decide to apply for Mintek Artisan learnership, you must be; a personal who has an excellence communication skill, have positive attitude to handle any challenge by focusing only on solution practice, and you must have analytical and numerical proficiency. To remind you, before sending your application, you need to complete your application by tagging along the certified copy of these following documents; academic record, current identity document, CV, and N2 certificate. Write down the the title and this learnership reference number (ALP/2015/010) in the subject section.
You can send it afterward to firstname.lastname@example.org by or before its closing date on October 28th 2015. In addition, the successful applicants should be devoted to follow the programme within 27 months of contract. You will get a annual stipend about R71 495.40 CTC. Now, in the way to know whether you are a successful candidate for this opportunity, you will get correspondence from the official MIntek Artisan learnership within a month starting from its closing date. That said, if you don’t, you can assume that your application is unsuccessful. About the unsuccessful application, usually there two factors; you abuse the closing date and you can’t meet the qualification.