The Toyota Learnership Programme 2023 – 2024
Toyota South Africa and Toyota Financial Services South Africa (TFSSA) offer individuals from different communities across South Africa various Toyota learnership opportunities every year. These Toyota learnerships form part of the government’s National Skills Development Strategy to create skills and ease poverty and unemployment.
Toyota is a diversified, international corporate leader that has an established set of values, beliefs, principles and business methods which they call The Toyota Way. The two main pillars that support The Toyota Way are Continuous Improvement and Respect for People.
Toyota Learnerships are open to those with the necessary qualification required for the learnership in question. All learnerships consist of both theoretical and practical training and are run according to Unit Standards set out by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA).
Toyota learnerships are offered in various disciplines and at various times of the year, so it is difficult to give the details of all the learnerships, but here are two examples of Toyota learnerships offered.
Toyota Financial Services SA Learnership
This is a Short Term Insurance Learnership for those seeking to gain experience in the Financial Services sector. Learners will be based in Sandton, Johannesburg.
There are certain requirements for being accepted into this learnership:
- Candidates must be a South African citizens in possession of a valid SA ID
- You must have a valid certified copy of a Grade 12 Certificate with a minimum pass of 60% in English AND a minimum pass of 50% in Accounting or a minimum of 50% Mathematics OR a minimum of 60% in Maths Literacy.
- Applicants must provide a positive recommendation or official testimonial from a previous school, learning institution, or religious institution
- You must not be permanently employed
- Applicants must be younger than 30 years of age as of 1 February 20xx
- You must have effective written and verbal English communication skills
- You must have a clear credit (ITC) and no criminal record
- Candidates must present a professional image
- You must not currently be participating in a learnership
- Applicants must not be involved in any other studies between 1 Jan 20xx and 31 Dec 20xx
- Persons with a disability must provide a medical certificate confirming the nature of the disability.
A monthly allowance of R3 500 will be paid to the successful applicants for the duration of the learnership.
If you are interested and meet the above criteria you can e-mail your application to firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember to attach a copy of your CV and Certified Copies of your Identity Document and Senior Certificate.
The closing date for the Toyota Learnership Programme is on 30 June. Please make sure to submit applications before this date. No applications will be considered or accepted after this date.
This learnership programme is held in Durban, South Africa.
Toyota is a vehicle manufacturing company. Developed in 1937, the company is constantly looking for ways to increase the quality of automotive transport. Toyota has now branched out into various fields in many countries.
They have established numerous plants and distributors that produce rubber, steel, cork materials, woollen goods, and more. Toyota South Africa strives beyond the expectation to satisfy their customers, they also take the development of young minds equally serious.
About the Toyota Learnership Programme
Toyota’s learnership programme is a training program catered towards candidates interested in mechanical trades. The programme lasts for a total of 5 months and candidates will receive training in various technical disciplines.
Upon completion, a successful candidate will be awarded an NQF level certificate level 2. This paired with the training received works to the advantage of the candidate, making the candidate much more employable and qualified.
Candidates will first need to meet Toyota’s entry requirements to be considered for placement in the program. Their application must be fully complete and submitted with the requested supporting documents.
To apply for Toyota’s learnership programme, you will need to make sure that you meet their specific entry requirements. If you don’t meet the requirement, your application will not be considered.
The following is needed of the candidate:
- NTC3 for Mechanical trades.
- Mathematics, Physics, Engineering Drawing and Graphic Design for Technical Matric Subjects.
How to apply
If you wish to pursue a position in the Toyota Learnership Programme, you can apply on their learnership page here. To continue further will need to register an account before you can log in and apply.
Make sure to attach the following supporting documents with your application. They are crucial to the application process.
- Certified copy of your ID
- An updated CV
- A certified copy of your qualifications and academic certificates.
If you have any questions or concerns related to Toyota’s Learnership Programme, then you can contact Toyota South Africa here.
Please be aware that internal candidates will be the first to be considered before external applicants are reviewed.
This ensures that Toyota supports the achievement of its Employment Equity goals.it should also be known that Toyota does not charge fees to any individual seeking employment, registration, application, administration, and placement.
Toyota Learnership Information
Applications for the above learnerships have already closed, but more will open later in the year, or early in 20xx. You can keep checking whether there are learnerships open for application yet by checking in your local newspapers, looking on the SAQA website, going to the Toyota Financial Services South Africa website, or checking other websites such as the Careers Portal website.
In order to apply for a Toyota Learnership, you can check for available learnerships on the Toyota Website.
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