Learnerships for Civil Engineering
The world of Civil Engineering is filled with multiple opportunities and career paths to select from. You can go into corporate, construction or mining. Work on buildings, bridges, roads, tunnels or airports and gain valuable experience with Civil Engineering Learnerships.
Learnership programs within this field of study are ideal for candidates who have an interest within the construction or civil engineering fields. Candidates must be willing to work in and outside of the borders of South Africa.
If you enjoy drawing, building and seeing things come together then Civil Engineering may be what you need.
Latest Civil Engineering Learnerships Available
There are many companies offering learnerships within Civil Engineering, some of these companies are as follow:
- Anglo American
- Xstrata Coal / Glencore
- Harmony Gold
- Gold Fields
- Blast Quest CC
- Forzando Coal Mines
- Crushco Engineering
- De Beers
- Gautrain Projects
- Liketh Investment
- Murray & Roberts
- SNA Civil & Development Engineers
- Grimbeek Construction
- Maxi Beton
- Royal Haskoning DHV
- Hensal Civil Construction
- Africon Engineering International
- V3 Consulting Engineers
Looking for something else? We also have a list of other Engineering Learnerships.
Civil Engineering Learnerships Requirements
Civil engineering Learnerships mainly focus on unemployed South Africans who have just graduated and who would like to gain hands-on knowledge of their chosen career paths. Candidates who are between 18 and 25 may apply.
Most candidates will also be required to have the following:
- Matric / N3 or N4 Technical course / Trade tested Artisan
- English, Physical Science, and Mathematics
- Computer literate in MS Office plus Auto CAD will be advantageous
- Have a valid driver’s license
- Flexibility and commitment to learn, but moreover to work
Civil Engineering Learnerships Closing date
The closing date will differ for each company and candidates interested in making an application can check on the selected companies web page or where they advertise their learnership opportunities. Most companies have their own requirements, closing dates and application process, so, candidates must be sure to know all the facts before submitting their application.