The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) seeks to employ candidates for Artisan Traineeship programme available. More information stated below.
- Job Title Work Integrated Learning Programme
- Location Pretoria,ZA
- Organization Name CSD – Engineering Services
- Department Description Corporate Services Department
The WILP is an internship and apprenticeship programme aimed at giving successful applicants maximum training exposure within the technical and engineering fields available within the SARB Group, preparing them for their trade test, national diploma or Bachelor of Science degree. For more information, please refer to the SARB website
Participants will be placed at the SARB’s Head Office in Pretoria and will be rotated to the SABN and the South African Mint. Successful applicants will be grouped according to their field of study, namely artisans, technicians or engineering. The programme will start in October 2018 for artisan and technician learners, and in December 2018 for learners in the field of engineering. Participants will receive a work-based learning remuneration for the duration of the programme.
Artisans: This group will comprise learners from technical and vocational education and training (TVET) colleges who have an N4 certificate but require 24 months’ practical work experience in order to obtain an occupational trade qualification or a trade test. The fields of study provided for are electrical, electronics, plumbing, air-conditioning and carpentry.
Technicians: This group will comprise learners from universities of technology who have an S3 certificate but require 12 months’ practical work experience as a requirement to complete their national diploma. The 12 months will be spread over two years, where the learners do the first six months after completing their S3 block and the other six months after completing their S4 block. The fields of study provided for are electrical, electronic and mechanical.
Engineering: This group will comprise students from universities studying towards a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering and who require practical or vocational work experience as partial requirement to obtain their qualification. The four-month learnership will be spread over two years, where learners complete the first two months while in their third year of study and the other two months while in their fourth year of study. The fields of study provided for are for electrical (heavy current) and mechanical.
Do not enclose copies of your identity document or qualifications with your application.
Shortlisted applicants will be subjected to a psychometric assessment, an appropriate reference check and a security clearance as part of the selection process.
Close date 08 July 2018