The Durban South Training Trust (DSTT) is an artisan training centre in Isipingo, South Durban and has been training artisans for the past 11 years. It is accredited with the Chemical Industries Seta to provide NQF level 2 to 4 qualifications in Welding , Boilermaking and Mechanical Fitting.

The training centre is currently recruiting trainees for level 2 learnerships in Welding , Boilermaking and Mechanical Fitting for the 2012 intake.

If you are currently in matric or currently doing N3; have Maths and Science in your matric /N3 ; have a positive attitude and high standards of behaviour we would like to hear from you.

Successful applicants will be placed in a three-year programme which combines classroom tuition with practical work.

They will be paid a minimal stipend for the duration of the programme.

Interested? Then apply in writing and include your Grade 11, trial examination results or N2 results and a testimonial from your current school/college.

Applications must be handed in at the Durban South Training Trust, 115/122 Old Main Road, Isipingo.

CLOSING DATE: 14 NOVEMBER 2011

 

15 Comments

  • Audry kgatuke says:

    Pls notify me on this email add

  • Johanne says:

    Iam looking apprenticeship or learnership i have N3 boilermake .i stay at mpumalanga i want 2 reserve my cv .

    • Site Editor says:

      Hello J,

      Please do me a favour (this will help you in the future):

      1. read every post carefully to get all the information you need because with every post (this one I think is closed by the way) I try to make sure there is information about contact details and closing dates… The problem is the people who don’t read but jump to the comment form and make applications… [not knowing they will fail over and over again with this attitude].

      2. Please work on your grammar. I know you might be using a cellphone but people won’t take serious if you can’t write properly.

      All the best.

      .

  • phila says:

    Applications closed and I was shortlisted and called into the interview…

    • admin says:

      Dear Phila,

      News like this makes the long nights I spend finding the latest opportunities worth it.

      Wishing you nothing but the best of luck during the interview…

      Practice your interview answers beforehand hey. You can practice in front of a mirror and use your cellphone then play it and rerecord until it sounds natural.

      Admin,
      PS: Please come back and share your experience afterwards.

  • kagiso says:

    i am having matric and i am applying for a banking skills academy leanership

  • Baphi says:

    I have mechanical engineering N3

  • Itumeleng Mbengo says:

    Hello, I have matric with maths and science and I also have N3 in electrical engineering. Please help Im looking for a learnership. How can i submit my cv?

  • Bongi says:

    Ok this is advantegeous for people staying in durben,i am in mpumalanga and willing to reside in durben,how can i submit my cv?..i have matric and n3 in electrical engineering.

  • i have mechanical engineering N3 says:

    i want learnership

    • admin says:

      Hi,

      Let’s play this through shall we?

      Assumptions first: I have lots of jobs and you are looking for one (There are many others in a similar position. Some are better than you and some are not).

      Now:
      I post an advert about what a particular job is about and what is required from candidates. Those are that seriously looking for a job read the advert (and you don’t). They follow the instructions as detailed on the advert and again since you don’t read, you do none of that. All you do is pick up the phone and call me and tell me that “you’re looking for a job”.

      What would you expect me to think of you?

      P&P