ERWAT is offering the Apprenticeship jobs 2014 through a special Training Programme in South Africa. ERWAT is a leading company in the waste water industry, which is working in South Africa since Long. ERWAT Training Programme, Learnership or Apprenticeships 2014 have been started and students are welcome to apply for these Apprenticeship Opportunities to get more relevant knowledge in their required field.
ERWAT, a visionary leader in the waste water industry since 1992, provides bulk waste water conveyance and highly technical and proficient waste water treatment to a host of industries. The company is rich in expertise and has been instrumental in developing methods to reduce costs, whilst at the same time rendering excellent quality of effluent and being environmentally sound. The company has opened the once-in-a-lifetime opportunities, and you should must get the experience through ERWAT Apprenticeships or Learnership Programme to grow your knowledge, experience and expertise.
Requirements for ERWAT Apprenticeships / Training Programme
So you’re between the ages of 20 and 25, a South African citizen and you haven’t taken part in an apprenticeship before? Perfect!
The ERWAT is providing Training in the Following Fields
Instrument Mechanician (Ref. 105083/31)
Millwright (Ref. 105083/32)
Boiler making (Ref. 105083/33)
Electrical (Ref. 105083/34)
You’ll be trained at various accredited ERWAT workshops situated within the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality. The programme is based on an individualized, structured learning process, focusing strongly on the theoretical and practical application of the specific trade requirements – making this your best opportunity to kick-start your skills. The duration of the programme is 3-4 years.
How to apply For ERWAT Apprenticeships Opportunities 2014?
The following documents are required along with your Apprenticeship Application:
A comprehensive CV, accompanied by certified copies of your Grade 12 certificate with Mathematics and Physical Science, minimum N3 technical certificate with relevant trade theory, academic transcripts (records) and a South African Identity Document
Proof of residence (since priority will be given to residents of Ekurhuleni)
The trade you are applying for
Closing date For ERWAT Training Programme in South Africa: 10 January 2014
Send your application, quoting the relevant reference number, to firstname.lastname@example.org or click here to apply online.
Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. Should you not hear from us within 1 month of the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful.
I think you should not waste your time, as this is a limited time offer. You should apply for ERWAT Apprenticeship Jobs 2014 / Training Programme to get experience in the fields of Instrument Mechanician, Millwright, Boilermaking and Electrical.