BMW Apprenticeship programme 2015
South Africa has one of the biggest economies in Africa which supports a big motor industry. The number of cars in South Africa is a true reflection of how big the motor industry is; the size of this industry means that a number of people in South Africa are employed by this sector.
BMW, a German automobile, motorcycle and engine manufacturing company, is one such company which contributes so much in providing employment in South Africa. The company is investing in a national apprentice recruitment drive that is designed to afford students the opportunity to obtain the necessary skills and knowledge to become a qualified BMW Technician.
Candidates who meet the required skills will be responsible for providing support to technicians in the preparation, servicing and repairs of all vehicles.
To be part of the BMW 2015 Apprenticeship programme, candidates should have:
- A senior certificate (Grade 12) with Mathematics and physical science with pass rate of 50% in both subjects’
- A tertiary qualification would be advantageous
- A driver’s license is non-negotiable
- Computer literate in Office suit
Successful candidates will be responsible for:
- Attending BMW SA Apprentice 1st level training course
- Visual (exterior) vehicle inspection in workshop
- Ensure proper administration of workshop documents and parts are collected
please apply using the BMW website (recommended)