Closing Date: 16 October 2015
Participants will be placed at the Bank’s Head Office in Pretoria and will be rotated to the SABN during the programme. The programme will start in December 2015. Participants will receive a work-based learning remuneration for the duration of their programme.
The requirements for the groups are as follows:
Engineering: students from universities studying towards a bachelor’s degree in mechanical or electrical engineering who require practical or vocational work experience as a partial requirement to obtain their qualification. The four-month learnership is spread over two years, where the learners complete the first two months while in their second year of study and the remaining two months while in their third year of study.
If you are a South African citizen (without dual citizenship) and meet the above requirements you are welcome to apply.
How To Apply
Apply Online for the SARB Engineering Work Integrated Learning Programme