Glencore Artisan Learnership Program
Glencore artisan learnership program is an engineering learnership that offers its applicants in-depth understanding related to instrumentation, electrical, rigging, fitting, and boilermaking. Suppose that you have interest toward the artisan learnership by Glencore, ensure that; (1) you hold matic or grade 12, (2) N2 qualification with related trade theory focused on mechanical, (3) N3 qualification with related trade theory in instrumentation or electrical, and (4) applicants with technical matric that is accompanied with related trade history or if you have matric qualification with physical science and maths, make sure to apply. You have the aforesaid qualification, another thing is that you have to accompany your application with detailed curriculum vitae.
Send your application for Glencore artisan learnership 2017, 2018 & 2019 to, firstname.lastname@example.org. You also can fax the application to, 086 557 1291 right before the deadline of the artisan learnership program on August 26th. Remember to tag along the reference number of the learnersip on your application. Speak of reference number, it is Ref. No. HRD01. And yes, if you fail to meet the requirements of the learnership program, you fail your application. Further assessment will be conducted that includes medical test and psychometric assessment.
Potential learners of Glencore learnership program they have responsibilities and duties to; (1) attend the learnership program with the companion of MQA SETA, (2) conduct institutional training that is located in the chosen training centers, and (3) conduct practical training and also exposure based on company premise. Learnership experience assists its learners to win qualification to ease them to enter particular industry that is inline to their qualification. Compete with other qualified applicants are already a hardwork, moreover, employer prone to choose potential employees who are not only good theoretically, but also excellent in practical area. This is the reason why unemployed graduates should consider learnership program as part of their additional education to improve their skill.