Welding Learnerships 2023 – 2024
Welding Learnerships 2023 – 2024
Welding Learnerships | Welding is the method used to combine or join metals to each other so they become one. Welding is a popular career field and also one of the most needed fields in today’s life. There is a variety of welding forms, techniques, and welding processes. Not all welding is done in construction and mines or even in or outdoors. Some welding may require the welder to work underwater or even in outer space. Construction is big in South Africa and many big companies offer Welding learnerships every year.
Welders work on a variety of projects from as small as coffeepots to as big as skyscrapers. They help construct vehicles, bridges, buildings and virtually almost all things in life. Some welders are builders of steel structures and more, while others are known as repair welders that do maintenance and repairs, replacing worn sections. Welders can be employed in numerous industries including spacecraft, railroad workings, aircraft, manufacturing, construction, mining, shipbuilding, automobile industry and more.
Companies offering Welding Learnerships
Welding Learnerships Available
There are some slight differences in this field offering welders opportunities in their speciality welding as there are four prominent types of welding. These are known as TIG, MIG, GAS and ARC welding. Welders use plasma cutting, resistance welding, solid-state welding, micro-welding and other forms of welds. A welder can also pursue a career as a boilermaker. These fields are available in the construction industry, mining, and public and private sectors.
Fields for Welders:
- Assistant Welder
- Assistant Boilermaker
Welding Learnerships Requirements
Most companies or industries offering learnership programs in this field will have basic requirements for candidates to comply with to be eligible to apply. We have gathered some of these and listed them below. Some companies may have extra stipulations and if you are planning to apply, be sure to know what they are.
- Candidates must have a Matric certificate
- Must have a valid ID book or ID card
- You must be a South African citizen
- Must be between 18 and 30 years of age
- Be able to handle pressure
- Must be able to work at different heights
- You must be able to work in small spaces
- Must have a diploma or degree in the field applying for
Successful applicants who make the shortlist will be contacted and may be required to attend an interview, as well as undergo a variety of assessments and a health check. All documents attached to your application must be certified copies, all detail provided up-to-date and all fields of the application form must be filled in.
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Government Learnerships 2023 – 2024
Listed below are different sectors of the Government in South Africa that are offering Learnerships. These government Learnerships are very popular among the SA public. We are working on extending the list as there are many departments offering Learnerships.
Department of Agriculture, Forestry & Fishery Learnerships
Department of Environmental Affairs Learnerships
Department of Education Learnerships
Department of Health Kwa Zulu Natal Learnerships
Department of Health North West Learnerships
Department of Health Polokwane Learnerships
Department of Home Affairs Learnerships
Department of Higher Education Learnerships
Department of Labour Learnerships