Engineering Learnerships 2017 – 2018

Engineering has a wide field of careers and options including space, science, construction, mining and much more. Engineering is about solving problems, thinking out of the box and delivering creative solutions. There are dozens of different fields and even subfields within engineering.

Companies Offering Engineering Learnerships

There are many companies that offer engineering learnerships for talented candidates. We have made a short list of some companies candidates can look at.

You can also look specifically at these learnership programmes:

Career options with Engineering Learnerships

There are many career options for candidates who have completed their engineering qualifications. Listed below are some of these fields.

  • Chemical Engineer
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Civil Engineer
  • Nuclear Engineer
  • Environmental Engineer
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Oceanic Engineer
  • Software Developer
  • Hardware Developer

There are many industries candidates can consider, these include the following:

  • Mineral
  • Agriculture
  • Medical
  • Mining
  • Power
  • Technology
  • Defense
  • Food & beverage
  • Transport
  • Construction
  • Marine

Engineering Learnerships Requirements

Each field of engineering has a set of requirements that must be met by candidates and these may also differ slightly with each company. We have listed below some of the basic requirements that candidates must meet before applying.

Requirements:

  • Applicants must be a citizen of South Africa
  • Must hold a valid ID book/document
  • Candidates must have a valid Matric / Grade 12 certificate
  • Applicants must have strong science and mathematical orientated
  • Must have good communication skills and be proficient in English
  • Candidates must be creative and a team player

Engineering Learnerships Application

There are many companies that have online application processes for candidates and these can usually be found on the company’s website or online where the learnership opportunity is advertised. Some companies still use manual application methods and such will be stated on the learnership advertisement or the company’s website. If there is no such information candidates may want to contact the company to learn about their learnership process.