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Onelogix: Driver Learnership Programme 2023 for South African youth

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OneLogix Group is recruiting and invites unemployed South African youth to apply for the 2023 Driver Learnership Programme 2023.

OneLogixĀ Group is a niche logistics provider with over 30 years of operational experience, offering a variety of logistics and supply chain solutions.

Driver Learnership eligibility criteria:

šŸ”¹ 25-29 years old
šŸ”¹ Has Grade 10, 11 & 12 qualification
šŸ”¹ Has no prior participation in a learnership


šŸ”¹ Able to provide proof of vaccine
šŸ”¹ Code 14 only with valid PDP
šŸ”¹ Proven to be physically and mentally fit for the learnership programme


šŸ”¹ Clear from any prior criminal record or pending criminal cases
šŸ”¹ Willing to commit to the entire learnership programme
šŸ”¹ Has a basic understanding of numeracy abilities


šŸ”¹ Displays capable driving abilities
šŸ”¹ Shows effective communication skills
šŸ”¹ Advantageous: Has a valid passport

To apply for the Driver Learnership programme, complete the online requirements in the link below.

Please note that there are multiple steps to the application process. Each step has a minimum requirement.

If you meet the minimum requirement, you will move on to the next step. This will be communicated to you by the Admin Team.

If you are unsuccessful, you will also be contacted to inform you that you did not meet the required criteria to move onto the next step.

The selection process take time, so please allow our Admin team to review your application and they will get back to you.


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