There are lots of misconceptions surrounding technical education such as the Toyota learnership programme 2020 for South Africans. Two very popular ones are that technical education does not pay as much as blue-collar jobs and that jobs that require technical skills will be taken over by robots in the future.
Of course, this isn’t true, and there are many reports that have been published to prove that this is not the case. The Toyota learnership programme is one that has been set up to dismantle such misconceptions.
Research by fya shows that beyond 2030, technical jobs will still be required. The EU in one of its publications posits that plans are still being geared towards having more technical experts in EU countries. Toyota, a brand that is known for manufacturing high quality, high-value cars, is offering the opportunity to train some South Africans in various technical disciplines for a period of 7 months, after which candidates will be awarded an NQF level 2 certification.
This article brings to you all you need to know about the learnership programme. Requirements, field, duration, nationality, deadline, and all.
Individuals must have a minimum Educational Qualification in one of the following fields:
This programme is open to South Africans and will be taken in Durban, South Africa.
Field of study
This programme is for those who are willing to learn any amongst many technical disciplines available.
The last day for application is the 4th of December, 2020.
How to apply
This is a very exciting opportunity, take advantage of it.