Glencore community Engineering learnership

Glencore offers community engineering learnerships to South African citizens who are interested in pursuing careers in the mining industry. The learnership program is designed to provide participants with theoretical and practical training in engineering, as well as exposure to the mining industry.

The community engineering learnership is a two-year program that consists of both classroom-based training and practical work experience at a Glencore mine. The learnership is aimed at individuals who have completed their Grade 12 education and have a keen interest in pursuing a career in engineering.

During the learnership program, participants will receive a stipend to cover their basic living expenses. The amount of the stipend may vary depending on the program and the duration of the learnership. Participants will also have access to mentors and coaches who will guide them through the program and provide support and feedback.

Upon successful completion of the program, participants will receive a nationally recognized qualification in engineering, which can help them secure employment in the mining industry or other related fields. Glencore may also offer employment opportunities to successful participants, subject to availability and the company’s needs.

It’s important to note that the community engineering learnership program is highly competitive, and applicants are required to meet certain eligibility criteria, including academic qualifications and other requirements as specified by Glencore.

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