Location: Sandton, Secunda and AlbertonSandton
The 12 month programme will offer a theoretical element aligned to a NQF Learnership programme and practical on-site work experience to improve the skills and workplace performance of entry-level learners. It provides foundational skills in literacy, numeracy, communication, computer and basic business principles.
It is suitable for Grade 12 qualified persons to develop essential professional skills. During the practical component Learners will provide administrative support to improve the effectiveness of managers and the departments in general as work readiness preparation.
The theoretical component will cover: Entrepreneurship, Business Operations, Customer Service, Business Accounting, Maths Literacy, Communication skills and Computer Skills.
If you are a quality-orientated individual with very good communication skills and high learning ability, this is an exciting opportunity for you.
The full 3-year training programme is accredited with the Southern African Institute of Welding (SAIW) and a commitment to academic excellence is essential.
The IPE (Inspector of Pressurised Equipment) is responsible to oversee and certify repairs and manufacturing of new equipment at Sasol Secunda works. Duties include welding inspection, certification of materials, compliance with the manufacturing or repair codes and review of manufacturing documentation.
The CP (Competent Inspector) is responsible for the physical inspection and certification of equipment at Sasol Secunda works to ensure equipment operates safely until the next inspection. Duties include visual inspection, non-destructive testing, writing reports and assessment of records and documentation.
To be eligible your require a National Senior certificate with Mathematics 50%, Engineering Science/ Physical Science 50% and English 50%. A Completed S4 in Mechanical/ Mectallurgy/ Welding Engineering may be favourably considered. Secunda
The objective of the programme is forfemale candidates with code 10 driver’s license to develop essential professional driving skills on a heavy goods vehicle (code 14). During the practical component Learners will be provided with support to attain a Professional Driving Permit, Dangerous Good certification and code 14 driver’s licence.
The programme comprises of two components. The first component is a theoreticalelement aligned to a NQF level 3 Learnership. The second component includes practical on-site work experience to improve the skills and workplace performance of entry-level learners.
Participate in Learnership programme and successfully complete assessment process;
Participate in all required work-place readiness activities and exercises.