Transnet SOC Limited
is a focused freight transport company delivering integrated,
efficient, safe, reliable and cost-effective services to promote
economic growth in South Africa. Transnet's core businesses are:
Transnet Freight Rail; Transnet Rail Engineering; Transnet Pipelines;
Transnet Port Terminals; and Transnet National Ports Authority.
part of our human capital strategy to develop rural areas, Transnet
Rail Engineering, an organisational division of Transnet through the
School of Engineering, is offering a comprehensive training bursary on
NQF level 2 Diesel and Electrical Fitter Learnership for learners
residing only in the following rural areas/ locations:
Field: Diesel and Electric Locomotive Learnership (NQF level 2)
minimum requirements are Grade 12 with a pass in Maths and Physical
Science OR Grade 12 Technical Matric with a pass in Maths.
SA citizens who meet these requirements and who do not have any other bursary obligation are encouraged to apply.
send a cover letter, clearly indicating your name, rural area, your CV,
certified copy of relevant qualification/s and certified copy of ID
document to the School of Engineering via one of the following e-mail
• Durban (Richards Bay): Silungile.firstname.lastname@example.org and Zandile.email@example.com
Please only apply to your nearest location, as no accommodation/transport assistance will be provided.
Closing date: 17 September 2012
If you have not been contacted within one month of the closing date , please accept that your application was unsuccessful
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