The learnership is aimed at providing a National certificate in Freight Forwarding and Customs Compliance (NQF3) to interested candidates. BPL believes passionately in the capacity and the often underdeveloped potential of the youth in our country. We believe that business has a role to play in securing the future of South Africa by providing development and educational opportunities to deserving and committed young people. We continue to commit ourselves to this purpose.
Qualifications & Experience
BPL learnerships are available to young people who are just leaving school, college or other training institutions after completing at least a grade 12 certificate. Applicants are expected to complete the following process before final selection:
- a. Fully completed application
- b. References
- c. Grade 12 certificate
- d. First screening interview
- e. Second panel interview with senior management present
- f. Psychometric assessment and interview
- g. Criminal record clearance
- If you are accepted for a BPL learnership, you will have to sign two legal documents: the first is a Learnership Agreement and the second is a Fixed Term Employment Contract.
- The Learnership Agreement is signed by yourself, BPL (who will be employing you for the duration of the learnership) and the training provider (such as a college) that will be offering the classroom-based training of the learnership.
- The Learnership Agreement clearly spells out the rights and responsibilities of these three parties who sign the document.
- The Fixed Term Employment Contract is a contract between you and BPL.
- This contract is only valid for the time period of the learnership.
How To Apply
Apply Online for the Bidvest Learnership Programme in Durban
Closing Date: 26 February 2016