Toyota Learnerships SA 2022/2023 Apply Here
ABOUT THE COMPANY THAT IS RENDERING THE Toyota Learnerships:
Akio Toyoda, a Japanese, founded Toyota in 1937. Toyota sought to find a way to improve the caliber of its automobiles in the 1950s. They accomplished this by visiting manufacturing facilities and viewing the most cutting-edge car manufacturing equipment.
Today, Toyota is thriving in a number of fields outside of automobiles. They have distributors and manufacturing facilities in many nations, where they produce not only automobiles but also steel, cork products, rubber, woolen goods, and other things. However, Toyota’s primary goal is to build a prosperous society by concentrating its business on the sale and manufacture of automobiles and to be a dominant force in the corporate world by making a positive impact on society through its business operations.
Their initiatives reflect their values, mindset, and motivation and are shaped by their corporate values, and solid relationships with customers, and stakeholders. In 1961, Toyota South Africa was established and has since ingrained itself deeply in the community. Toyota South Africa has aimed to make its purpose beneficial to the South African economy and culture, just like its founder.
INFORMATION ON THE Toyota Learnerships :
Location: KwaZulu-Natal, Durban
Approximately 7 Months
Toyota South Africa is inviting applicants to submit an application for a 7-month learner’s permit at the business in order to gain practical experience and instruction in various technical fields. After completing the program, the successful learner will receive an NQF 2 Certificate.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS NEEDED TO APPLY:
Before applying, please ensure that you meet ALL of the following minimum entry criteria – failure to satisfy all the requirements will result in your application being disqualified:
Candidates must have a minimum Educational Qualification in any one of the following:
- Mechanical Trades: NTC3 qualification
- Technical Matric Subjects: Mathematics, Physical Science, Engineering Drawing, Graphic Design
- The above, along with a trade-related / mechanical subject (Electrical Trade NTC3) or any of the following Technical Matric Subjects: Mathematics, Physical Science, Engineering Drawing, Graphic Design, Electro Technology / Industrial Electronics, and a subject related to trade
HOW TO APPLY FOR TOYOTA LEARNERSHIPS :
Applications must be submitted online for the following position: Toyota Learnerships (Durban, KwaZulu-Natal)
(Reference Number: TOY220104-1)
Ensure that you have copies of the following documents available as you may be required to submit them with your application: certified copy of Identity Document, detailed Curriculum Vitae, and certified copy of qualification certificates (Matric/ NTC3).
FOR QUESTIONS, CONTACT THE LEARNING PROVIDER:
Please get in touch with Toyota through their Career Enquiries page at https://www.toyota.co.za/enquiry/careers if you have any questions about this learnership program.
Please take note that internal candidates will be given preference over external ones if doing so will help us achieve our Employment Equity objectives. No fees are assessed by Toyota to job seekers for registration, applications, administration, or placement.