Unemployed young people aged 27 years or below are invited to apply for the Afrimat Learnership 2022 where they will receive on-the-job training to become fitters, diesel mechanics or boiler makers.
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About Afrimat Limited
Afrimat is an industry-leading black-owned and operated open-pit mining firm that supplies building materials and industrial minerals.
Since 2006, Afrimat has been included in the “Construction & Building Materials” sector of the Main Board of the JSE Limited, and the company is actively working to increase its presence throughout Africa.
Afrimat is a supplier of a wide variety of construction materials and industrial minerals. The products that Afrimat supplies include mining and aggregates, metallurgical dolomites, agricultural lime, and readymix concrete.
In addition, Afrimat has solidified its position as a leading provider of contractual services, which include mobile crushing and screening, as well as drilling and blasting.
About the Afrimat Learnerships 2022-2023
Afrimat is giving learnerships for applicants interested in obtaining knowledge in the professional fields of Fitter, Diesel Mechanic, and Boiler Maker. The Afrimat Learnerships are an exceptional learnership that will provide you with the fundamentals needed to succeed in this industry.
Throughout the course of the program, you will be required to follow a well-organized curriculum that includes both theoretical tests and practical working sessions that are carried out in an environment that simulates a real-world business.
As you make your way toward a qualification, you will be provided with the direction and assistance of trained professionals who will urge you to demonstrate enormous progress.
Who can apply?
Candidates interested in the Afrimat Learnerships must fulfil the eligibility criteria below before proceeding with their applications. Each of these items below will determine whether you have what it takes to proceed with this learnership.
To guarantee a successful application, candidates are advised to meet all of the following requirements. Failure to do so will cause disadvantageous consequences towards the overall result of your applications. Be sure to jot down these items for personal reference.
1. Basic Requirements
- Currently unemployed
- Living within the Vaal Triangle areas
- Between 18-27 years old
- Has a Grade 12 qualification
- Has at least an N4 qualification
- Owns a legitimate Driver’s License.
2. Personal Attributes
- Motivated by technical considerations
- Outstanding abilities in both oral and written communication
- Capable of performing work with precision
- Sincere as well as dependable
- Able to adjust to new situations
- Ability to work effectively under time constraints is required
- A working knowledge of computers
- Willing to go on trips.
Important note: Candidates are required to demonstrate that they meet both the Mine Health and Safety Act’s and the company’s own medical fitness standards in order to be considered.
Closing date & How to apply
Please upload the following documents in one file with the application form to the right. (File size no bigger than 20 MB)
- Certified latest academic results.
- Certified copy of bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical engineering.
- Certified ID copy.
- Certified proof of residence.
Apply online: Afrimat Learnerships 2022-2023.
Closing Date: 24 June 2022
You can visit the original site at https://www.afrimat.co.za/fitter-diesel-mechanic-boiler-maker-learnership-afrimat-glen-douglas-dolomite/
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