The Toyota Learnership Programme 2021 -2022

The Toyota Learnership Programme was developed as a means of training in various disciplines. This programme is a great opportunity for candidates who wish to pursue a career and qualification in the mechanical trade.

Candidates will have the advantage of working with Toyota for 5 months, gaining work experience and trade knowledge. Successful participants will be awarded certification after the programme is complete.

The Toyota Learnership Programme offers the opportunity for a greater chance of employment in technical disciplines. This is due to the learner receiving adequate working experience and certification, proving their competency in their trade.

Deadline

The closing date for the Toyota Learnership Programme is on 30 June 2021. Please make sure to submit applications before this date. No applications will be considered or accepted after this date.

Location

This learnership programme is held in Durban, South Africa.

About Toyota

Toyota is a vehicle manufacturing company. Developed in 1937, the company is constantly looking for ways to increase the quality of automotive transport. Toyota has now branched out into various fields in many countries.

They have established numerous plants and distributors that produce rubber, steel, cork materials, woolen goods, and more. Toyota South Africa strives beyond the expectation to satisfy their customers, they also take the development of young minds equally serious.

About the Toyota Learnership Programme 

Toyota’s learnership programme is a training program catered towards candidates interested in mechanical trades. The programme lasts for a total of 5 months and candidates will receive training in various technical disciplines. 

Upon completion, a successful candidate will be awarded an NQF level certificate level 2. This paired with the training received works to the advantage of the candidate, making the candidate much more employable and qualified.

Candidates will first need to meet Toyota’s entry requirements to be considered for placement in the program. Their application must be fully complete and submitted with the requested supporting documents.

Requirements

To apply for Toyota’s learnership programme, you will need to make sure that you meet their specific entry requirements. If you don’t meet the requirement, your application will not be considered.

The following is needed of the candidate:

  • NTC3 for Mechanical trades.
  • Mathematics, Physics, Engineering Drawing and Graphic Design for Technical Matric Subjects.

How to apply

If you wish to pursue a position in the Toyota Learnership Programme, you can apply on their learnership page here. To continue further will need to register an account before you can log in and apply.

Make sure to attach the following supporting documents with your application. They are crucial to the application process.

  • Certified copy of your ID
  • An updated CV
  • A certified copy of your qualifications and academic certificates.

Contact Information

If you have any questions or concerns related to Toyota’s Learnership Programme, then you can contact Toyota South Africa here

Please be aware that internal candidates will be the first to be considered before external applicants are reviewed.

This ensures that Toyota supports the achievement of its Employment Equity goals.it should also be known that Toyota does not charge fees to any individual seeking employment, registration, application, administration, and placement. 

16 thoughts on “The Toyota Learnership Programme 2021 -2022”

  1. i did light current in electrical engineering at college is it ok to apply for a learnership at toyota for to get an experience?

  2. Please can u tell us who are never had matric leaving with disability and just got level 4 which is NQF cetirficate what is take about those kind of a people please let me know thanks

  3. I’m doing level 2 this year at college in automotive. Will I be able to apply for 2017 learnership. I also have matric but less marks on maths and physics but I willing to do better

  4. I LYK WAT TOYOTA IS DNG AND I WOULD LYK AN UPDATE IF TOYOTA POST ANADA LEARNERSHIP I HV MATRIC WIT SCIENCE MD MATHS WAITING 4 MY N2 RESULT BOZ ONE IS PANDING BT IM CURRENTLY DNNG N3 DIESEL TRADE THEORY IN MACHANICAL CAURSES

  5. I have a matric certificate and Higher certificate in ABET.I want a learnership because I do not have a money to go to university

  6. Hey am doing mechanical engineering studies at MUT but my wish is that i want to work with cars and with TOYOTA am seeing myself progressing right now am doing S3,and very soon i’ll be looking for an inservice training…i’ll always be looking forward to work at TOYOTA thanks to you all toyota candidates

  7. I’m doing mechanical engineering n5 and I have n1 to n4,I’ll be completing my n6 this year,I’d love to work for Toyota and I’m asking for a learnership

  8. If i got a matric certificate with english,accounting,maths literacy ,but i dnt meet the required marks.can i apply

  9. I have Pure maths 60%, 70% Accountin and 50% in English so can I qualify to apply Learnership year 2017. I am grateful for interest, If prefered to learn more skills to get a better job.

  10. I would like to thank Toyota for giving learners an opportunities to study learnership program skills,keep on fighting with poverty

  11. I have N3 and N4 Qualifications in mechanical engineering and would be more then great full if i could acquire a leaner-ship in Toyota as this would change my life for the better. i am a very energetic and social person who is willing to put in 110% of my time and energy towards learning and working at TOYOTA, this would mean so much to me as financial problems are more then real for me.

  12. Toyota is the best car company in SA. Therefore I would like to work on this company, I’m skilled and talented.

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