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You probably have heard about Toyota learnership that will give you the necessary education and knowledge while providing you a chance to enjoy a direct training and practice at the same time. Well, given the consideration that the program is generally available on a yearly basis, it is worth considering joining the program that will enrich your professional and working experience.
About the Program
Toyota learnership program is open for a7-month duration where the candidates will get all the technical skills and knowledge in various subjects and fields. Not only will you enjoy the theoretical learning, but also the practical skills. In the end, you can enjoy a valuable training experience that allows you to obtain Level 2 NQF certificate.
Be advised that there are different programs with different locations for the program – considering that Toyota is one of the biggest companies in the world. It is possible that the location of the placement in one program would be different from those in the following year’s program. Candidates are always expected to be prepared and also ready for any kind of placement and location.
South Africa Toyota is a part of the growing and developing communities and culture in South Africa. They have been involved in the community, society, and culture – leading to the company wants to give back in the most positive and constructive way possible. One of the reasons why they are offering the learnership program is because they want to find future leaders with solid skills and experience.
In order to be considered eligible for the program, the candidates must meet the minimum requirements set by the admission board. The general requirements for Toyota learnership are:
- They must have the, at least, Educational Qualifications within Mechanical Trades which include NTCT3 or the Technical Matric Subjects.
- The subjects should include Graphic Design, Engineering Drawing, Mathematics, and Physical Science Engineering. Other subjects related to the trade is also welcomed and considered possible.
- Besides those subjects, it is also possible that the candidates have Electrical Trade NTC3 or the Technical Matric
- The subjects should include Industrial Electronics, Electro Technology, Graphic Design, Engineering Drawing, Mathematics, and Physical Science Engineering. Other subjects related to the trade is also welcomed and considered possible.
You should also:
- Be the citizen of South Africa whose age is between 18 and 35 years
- Not have any criminal record or bad credit
How to Apply
It is important to note that different programs within different departments would implement different regulations, requirements, and even stages for the application. You should always pay a detailed attention to them so minimum errors and mistakes can happen.
The programs generally run on a yearly basis but the opening and closing date can be different from one department to another. It is wise if you can have a regular check to the company’s official website at this link so you know when they are accepting applications and when they are closed. Generally, the deadline takes place in between August and September so you may want to keep an eye on the Toyota learnership program.