About Network Engineering
Network Engineering, true to its name, is a firm that deals with an array of engineering-related matters. Having established a strong presence on South African grounds, the company has created a breakthrough within a couple of niche sectors, such as Finance, Engineering, Information and Technology, as well as Supply Chain. Network Engineering is well-known for their in-house specialists that possess a high level of expertise into the local engineering scene. In addition to that, employees are trained to not just fulfill the demands of clients, but to also exceed their expectations. After all, the company strives to provide ultimate customer satisfaction, no matter how tedious the obstacle may be.
The company takes pride in their growing team of dedicated experts. On average, Network Engineering conducts interview with more than 40 new engineers each month as a means of better understanding the potential of this current generation. Establishing meaningful relationships is also an important agenda under the company. Network Engineering maintains solid partnerships with some of South Africa’s leading engineering-based firms. By establishing relationships with both companies and candidates, Network Engineering has a wider exposure into the state of South Africa’s engineering sector. With such advantage under their belt, Network Engineering is a company that’s preparing themselves to withstand the test of time.
Network Engineering – Auto Electrician Learnership 2021-2022
Network Engineering is providing Auto Electrician Learnership programmes for dedicated youths who wish to acquire real-time industry knowledge in this field. Taking place in eMalahleni (Witbank), the Network Engineering Auto Electrician Learnership is a fantastic opportunity that allows South African youths to sharpen their potential as a future Auto Electrician. Learners are treated to a combination of theoretical assessments and practical working sessions under a company environment. Guided by the professional specialists in the company, participants can keep track of their progress and further advance their learning journey.
Network Engineering is well-known for its grit in educating interested learners. The company’s in-house consultants and managers are constantly up to date with the latest industry trends. Trainers will take note of the learners’ technical abilities and what areas should they improve on. Through this training method, the company can evaluate the potential of these learners and determine their placements in the future job market.
As additional support, candidates will be given an annual salary that ranges from R120 000 – R150 000.
For application purposes, please make sure that you take note of this Network Engineering – Auto Electrician Learnership Reference Number: NES010993/MVDB.
Applicants of the Network Engineering – Auto Electrician Learnership must fulfill the eligibility criteria that comes with this programme. Each of these items will decide whether you are qualified enough for the learnership’s line of work. To ensure a degree of success with your applications, it is highly advised that you meet these requirements below. Failure to do so might get you disqualified from the entire registration procedure. Be sure to take note of everything in this list below.
The Network Engineering – Auto Electrician Learnership Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Possess either a Grade 12 or N3 qualification
- Has finished their Matric qualification under a Technical School
- Displays a strong, well-determined personality
- Willing to learn new knowledge and show progress daily
- Proactive in taking responsibility
- Can think independently and contribute their own ideas.
Apply online: Network Engineering – Auto Electrician Learnership 2021-2022.
Candidates must register for an account on the online portal. The purpose of this account is to store all of your personal information and Curriculum Vitae onto their database. However, if you already have an account, you can proceed to ‘Sign In’ and proceed with the registration process.
Only applications submitted through the online platform mentioned above will be accepted. Applications sent through external methods, such as email or fax, will not be acknowledged by the selection committee.
Applications for the Network Engineering – Auto Electrician Learnership must be submitted before the closing date on 01 December 2020.
The selection committee will automatically disregard any late applications. Should you feel this programme to be a perfect choice for you, it is highly advised that you begin your applications as soon as possible.
Since the applications take place online, candidates are encouraged to not wait until the last-minute to proceed with your registration. This is to prevent any unwanted issues that could occur at the last minute (e.g. heavy Internet traffic).
Announcements will only be made to successful candidates. Should you not receive an announcement within two weeks past the deadline, we regret to inform you that you applications has not been accepted. However, the selection committee will keep your profile for future roles that are most suitable for you.
Should you have any further enquiries or concerns regarding the Network Engineering – Auto Electrician Learnership, do not hesitate to deliver your questions to the following contact information.
Marzaan van der Bank
Specialist Mechanical and Production Consultant
Telephone Number: +27 87 351 0724
36 Ingersol Road
0181 Gauteng, ZA