Toyota Learnership Offers NQF Level 2 Certification

Individuals who are looking for a development program opportunity in the field of various technical disciplines should apply for the Toyota learnership. This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity provides you with a chance to earn an NQF level 2 certification upon completion of the learnership program.



Toyota South Africa Motors is one of the leading companies in the entire South Africa. It is as much a part of the South African culture as the vibrant citizens that drive the Toyota vehicles. The South African culture within the company is at the heart of the organisation and is, as a matter of fact, a main reason as to why South Africans turn to Toyota for the best vehicles. The Toyota Company also takes the development of the future leaders just as equally serious as their effort to strive beyond expectations to satisfy customers. This year, the company is pleased to announce the Toyota learnership program 2019 located in Durban, Kwazulu-Natal, SA. Qualified candidates will be able to have an opportunity where they will be trained in various technical disciplines for 7 months. Once it is done, applicants will be awarded with an NQF level 2 certificate. This learnership opportunity is intended for learners to avail in Toyota careers for they can gain a thorough and significance experience in a very short span of time. Qualified candidates will be able to boost their experience level by engaging them within teams of experts. As a result, learners will be able to get better jobs especially in the mechanical or technical field in the future.

Eligibility Criteria

All individuals who show interest in applying for this learnership opportunity are advised that they make sure to meet all the minimum eligibility requirements as stipulated below. Note that, failure in fulfilling these requirements will result in your application not being considered for a learnership place in the company.

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Candidates must have a minimum educational qualification in one of the fields stated below:

  • Applicants must have an educational qualification at least in mechanical trades such as technical matric or NTC level 3 with passed subjects involved physical science, maths, engineering drawing or graphic design and any other trade related subject
  • As an alternative, it is also acceptable that candidates have a minimum educational qualification in Electrical Trade (can be a technical matric or NTC level 3) with passed subjects include maths, physical science, graphic design or engineering drawing, electro technology or industrial electronics and any other trade related subject.

How to Apply

Should you be interested in submitting an application for the Toyota learnership program 2019, please head to this page and choose to apply via LinkedIn or the Toyota online application portal. Please ensure that you submit your application no later than September 13, 2018 in order to be considered.

The company seeks to represent employment equity when recruiting both externally and internally. Ergo, it is the company’s policy to promote from within if possible. Candidates must be aware that internal applicants will be given preference prior to reviewing external candidates, provided that this event supports achievement of the Toyota Employment Equity objectives.

Candidates must also be aware of frauds. The company does not charge candidates any sort of fees whether for application, registration, administration or placement.