ABOUT BMW

BMW are a German luxury vehicle manufacturer, established over 100 years ago. BMW are also the producers of Mini and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.

The level of complexity and technical skills required to produce BMW products are high, hence the implementation of the learnership programme.

ABOUT THE LEARNERSHIP

Each year BMW awards learnership programmes to deserving students. The learnership programme is implemented by the BMW Technical Training Department and runs over a period of 3 years.

Students will acquire the relevant skills and knowledge to undertake the technical requirements on the job, focusing mainly on Mechatronics and Autrotronics.

The learnership programme takes place at external service providers, accredited by BMW. On completion of the programme, students will have gained skills and working experience specific to BMW, as well as a recognised Artisan qualification.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

Candidates interested in applying for this learnership position should ensure that they meet the following criteria – failure to meet ALL of these requirements will result in your application being denied.

  • South African citizen
  • Completed Matric
  • Obtained a minimum pass mark of 50% for Mathematics in Matric
  • Obtained a minimum pass mark of 50% for Science in Matric
  • Willing to undertake a 3 year long learnership programme

HOW TO APPLY

Candidates who meet the above minimum requirements must apply in writing to: [email protected] (with the word “Learnerships” in the subject line).

Please ensure that you attach the following documents to your application email:

  • Certified copy of ID document
  • Certified copy of Matric certificate
  • Certified copy of full academic record
  • Motivational letter

Applications open during October each year, and the learnership programme commences on the 1st March of the following year.

CONTACT

BMW Careers
Email: [email protected]