Unemployed Youth Apply: Bricklayer Apprenticeship Programme – Drakenstein Municipality
Closing Date:24 March 2023
Drakenstein Municipality, an employer that is committed to equal employment opportunities, in partnership with the Construction Education and Training Authority (CETA) and Boland TVET College invite eligible unemployed local youth (18-35 years old) to apply for the Bricklayer Apprenticeship Programme.
Bricklayer Apprenticeship (3 years with a trade-test on exit)Bricklayer Apprenticeship (Nine (9)
Minimum Entry Requirements:
N1 Entry Requirement: Grade 9 (Std 7) Certificate with a pass in Mathematics and Physical Science; OR
Grade 12 (Std 10) Certificate with a pass in Mathematics and Physical Science.
Trade Test Readiness Requirements
N2 Certificate including the four relevant subjects of maths, engineering science and a fourth subject as required by the trade OR
Technical trade theory programs quality assured by a SETA deemed to be equivalent to NQF level 3 OR
Relevant Engineering NCV Certificate with seven subjects at NQF level 3 OR
Technical Grade 11 with Maths, Science, Language, and related trade theory subject OR
N5 relevant (directly related to the trade theory subjects) N6 certificate or National Technical Diploma (T, S or N stream).2
Completed CETA Application Form
Personal cover letter
Comprehensive Curriculum Vitae
Certified ID copy
Certified academic record of results (including most recent)
Certified copy of formal qualification
Certification of documentation should not be older than three months
How to Apply for Drakenstein Municipality: Bricklayer Apprenticeships 2023-2026
Contact: Mrs. Aletchia Visser or Mrs. Alana Cupido at 021 807 4510/807 4685 (Human Resources-
Training and Development).
Please note that no CV’s will be returned on the applicant’s request, therefore please do not send us your original certificates.
Preference will be given to Women, People with disabilities permanently residing in Drakenstein Municipal area.
Should there be no feedback received by/or before 30 June 2023, applicants may consider themselves as being unsuccessful.
Failure to submit the required documents will result in automatic disqualification.
Project implementation is subject to CETA successful Discretionary Grant Funding.