Distell is a company that has attracted the attention of African industries with their top-tier beverages. As one of the Africa’s most prominent producers of beverage brands, the company is entrusted with huge names such as Nederburg, Savanna, Richelieu, J.C. Le Roux, Savanna, and Hunter’s Klipdrift. Each brand that is under Distell’s rich portfolio is tended with quality and passion. Under the meticulous care of their 4,500 employees, the company has achieved a positive reputation amongst their fellow clients, partners, and stakeholders. Due to growth of demand in the markets, Distell has gained a massive R26 billion turnover every year.
Distell Millwright Apprenticeship 2021-2022
Distell is offering fruitful apprenticeship programmes to talented South African individuals who wish to master their trade in the growing Millwright field. The Distell Millwright Apprenticeship is an entry-level programme that will help you master your craft. Under the company’s guidance, you will be guided along the way as you gain more knowledge and skills. Not only will you be exposed into the inner workings of your specialization, but you will also gain a deeper understanding of the industry you are involved in. If working for an beverage producer is your ideal career path, this opportunity is definitely made for you.
The Distell Millwright Apprenticeship will be conducted at the company’s Distell SA Distilleries Van Ryn, based in Stellenbosch. From the start of the apprenticeship, participants are required to report directly to the Engineering Specialist. Interested candidates must be prepared to spend 80 weeks in the apprenticeship as part of their required practical exposure under a recognized working environment. This apprenticeship is specifically designed for participants who are required to pass a trade test in their respective institutions to receive an accredited qualification as Millwright. All selected apprentices must be available to start their contract beginning from 01 February 2021.
Note: for application purposes, please kindly take note of the Distell Millwright Apprenticeship Reference Number: 17344.
- Following all of the training sessions held by the apprenticeship
- Showing progress to attain a qualification as a Millwright Artisan
- Attending the training programme from start to finish
- Delivering impressive work and maintaining stable learning progress
- Doing all of the duties as tasked by the apprenticeship.
The Distell Millwright Apprenticeship is only available for a select number of candidates who meet the programme’s standards. Each of these items mentioned in the eligibility criteria will play a crucial role in deciding whether you are perfect for the role or not. To succeed with your applications, make sure that you fulfill all these requirements below. Failure to do so might cause disadvantageous consequences towards the overall results of your registration.
The Distell Millwright Apprenticeship Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
1. Basic Requirements
- Possess a Matric qualification with Maths and Science
- Has an N3 or Diploma qualification in the field of Engineering, as well as subjects relevant to Mechanical and Electrical trade theory
- Solves problems pertaining to technical matters
- Shows proven fluency with their communication abilities
- Willing to work under immense pressure
- Has a keen eye for small details
- Follows all of the company’s codes of conduct and regulations.
2. Other Requirements
- Has their own reliable mode of transporation
- Prepared to work extra hours or shifts
- Available for possible relocation in any Distell operation.
Apply online: Distell Millwright Apprenticeship 2021-2022.
Interested candidates of the Distell Millwright Apprenticeship are required to create an account to sign up for the programme. This account will be used to store all of your personal information and application details.
Make sure you keep this account safe at all times to prevent possible privacy breaches. Otherwise, someone else could misuse your account to apply for the opportunities. Never share your account credentials, especially your password, to other people.
Applications for the Distell Millwright Apprenticeship must be submitted before the closing date on 01 December 2020.
The selection committee has zero tolerance for late applications. Candidates discovered to be sending in their applications past the deadline will automatically be disqualified from the registration process.
Since applications take place online, it is highly advisable that you get to work on your registration as soon as possible. This is to prevent any unwanted occurrences that could typically happen with last-minute applications (e.g. sudden heavy Internet traffic).