AFS Learnership Programme 2017

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21 Apr, 2017

Category :

Learnerships in South Africa

AFS ( Gilbarco AFS) was established in South Africa in August 1995, with the initial objective being the distributor of Fuel-O-Mat automated fueling solutions, while AFS Group Namibia was established in September 2001.

AFS Group is primarily a decentralised company, with each country accountable for managing its operations as an independent business unit. As such, we recruit and develop people who will help us achieve global growth through local success.

AFS is running a SETA supported Work Integrated Learning Programme with an aim to assist recent technical/engineering graduates acquire work experience in the field of their study.

The program incorporates work experience supported with coaching, mentorship and further technical training on in-house programs and products.

It is opened to individuals who have NOT been previously employed under any graduate program or learnership

POSITION: Trainee Technicians x6
DEPARTMENT: Technical Divisions (Mining and Forecourt Technical)
LOCATION: Johannesburg x2; Witbank x3 and Rustenburg x1
REPORTING TO: Technical Training Officer
DURATION: 12 months


Learners to:

  • Comply with all workplace policies and procedures, including time and attendance
  • Comply with all Health and Safety procedures and practices
  • Undertake all learning related to the training program conscientiously, including learning that may take place outside of the company’s premises
  • Attend all theoretical training and practical learning activities as directed by Training Officer
  • Diligently participate in the mentorship programs as offered by the business
  • Complete and timely submit all required reports; projects and other documents related to the program
  • Participate in any assessment activities on an ongoing basis as well as complete the final assessment for the programme


  • Computer literate
  • Good communication skills
  • Good time management
  • Well-developed research skills
  • A learners’ licence a basic requirement and a valid drivers’ licence would be advantageous


  • Attention to detail
  • Persistent
  • Self-driven
  • Ability to work in a team and to work independently


  • Grade 12
  • Recently graduated with a tertiary qualification from a TVET/FET College; A University of Technology or a registered Private Technical College
  •  Successfully completed Electrical Engineering (Light current)/Auto-electrician/Instrumentation

Closing Date: 24 April 2017
Please send your CV and a cover letter, quoting the reference: WIL 2017 to [email protected].

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