BMW Learnerships Opportunity 2019 – 2020

About BMW

The Bavarian Motor Factory (Bavarian Motor Works), more commonly known as BMW, is a German motor, motorcycle and engine company founded in 1916. BMW has been together in South Africa since 1968, initially at Pretoria Assemblers in Rosslyn until it was bought by BMW in 1975, after which it became BMW South Africa, the first BMW subsidiary established outside Germany. They offer many programs for talented candidates, of which BMW are training programs.

BMW is aware of the government’s willingness to tackle skills shortages, unemployment and poverty in the country through its national skills development strategy. He strives for this idea by focusing on the training and development of his staff and offering different scholarships and training each year.

BMW Learnerships Opportunity

BMW  learnerships and development opportunities contribute to employment equity by developing skills at all levels. The company actively supports mechatronics, core electronics, engineering and logistics training, which is open to all individuals with the necessary qualifications.

BMW Learnerships is mainly about practical and theoretical training opportunities and gives candidates the opportunity to acquire the skills and knowledge, acceptable behavior and attitudes in the workplace.

Also apply for: MBSA Apprenticeship Programs 2020

Requirements for BMW Learnerships

There are requirements that applicants must meet in order to be admitted to the following BMW training:

Basic minimum requirements

– Only a South African citizen to apply.
– Must have a Matric / Grade 12 certificate or a certificate for further education and training in NQF (Level 4) with the lowest level of Mathematics and Science
– This training needs a driver’s license
– Computer literacy in Office Suite
– A third level technical qualification would be advantageous
– Technical experience in the automotive industry will be useful (NOT FURTHER)

Other Opportunity: Latest Available Toyota Learnership

Information about the BMW learnerships programme

To apply for the BMW Learnerships Programme, candidates must complete the application form with their handwriting.

– You can also apply online here
– If the link above does not work, go to the main website and look for the training you want to apply for
– When applying for training, be sure to specify the training item you are applying for (e.g. BMW SA Apprenticeship Training Program, Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa)
– Make sure you sign the application form yourself
– Attach certified copies of all certificates and ID (this must be certified within the last three months; you can do so at any police station)

Please note:

– Application forms that are submitted after closing or without signing will not be accepted
– Photocopies will not be considered.

Closing date of BMW learnerships

BMW franchises offer training at different times, but are usually completed in October or November.

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