UTI South Africa Learnership Programme

Say that you have interest in logistic operation and intend to sharpen your knowledge, both on the job and theoretical field related to that industry, UTI South Africa offers you that chance by joining their learnership programme. Nevertheless, applying UTI learnership opportunity, then you must be a SA citizen who currently complete or already completed a grade 12 or a equivalent degree– that’s a minimum requirement. Anyway before talking too much about other requirements you should match, here are the learnership programes you can follow: supply chain solutions, road transport supervision, project coordination, IT (system support & system development) and accounting technician.

Still, there are some other learnership opportunities from UTI South Africa you also can join, as it speaks, they area; freight handling; warehousing & logistics, freight forwarding & custom clearing, human resources processes, and business administration. Suppose that you are chosen as the suitable learners, then you will get not only thorough knowledge for that related field that you apply, but as well you will be rewarded with monthly allowance during a twelve month learnerhip programme. In addition, becoming a potential learner for this learnership programme, you open your employment opportunity to work with UTI as far as you show a positive outcome.

Apply UTI Learnership

Speak for other qualifications to widen your chance for this learnership opportunity, self assure that you have these following competencies; you are familiar with good time management, apply attention to detail attitude, understand MS Word and MS Excel, self-motivated and self initiated individual, have capability to work both within group and by one’s self, excellent when dealing with new information, and know how to handle incoming mail properly. If you meet those all qualification, make sure that you send your application of UTI South Africa learnership programme via online before you meet with its closing date on November 27th 2015.