Learnerships for Logistics include the management, supply, and implementation of the flow of an object or many objects from one point to another point. This can include packaging, manufacturing, transport, security, warehousing and more. There are multiple companies included in this field all across the Globe. It is not limited to one thing such as food, goods, liquids, chemicals or any other, it includes all things.
Available Learnerships for Logistics
There are many career options in this field. Below we have included some of those fields, as well as some companies that offer learnerships in logistics.
Career fields for Logistic Learnerships may include:
Freight delivery, sorting, and forwarding
Companies that offer Learnerships for Logistics
Logistics Learnerships Requirements
Logistics learnerships requirements may differ slightly from one company to the next. Most companies will have the basic requirements as listed below. Candidates applying for such a learnership must be sure that they meet all the requirements of the company they are applying to.
Basic requirements can include the following and more:
Applicants must be a South African citizen with a valid ID document
They must possess a valid Grade 12 or Matric certificate
Applicants must be proficient in English (writing, reading and talking)
They must be able to work independently and as part of a team
Applicants must give great attention to detail
They must be punctual and computer literate
Most logistics learnerships are for a 12 or 24-month period and candidates must be willing to sign an agreement with the company for such a term. Some companies may offer classes and study time combined with their practical training.
How to Apply with Learnerships for Logistics
Logistics learnership application online is available with most companies these days. Yet, some companies do still prefer hand collected and delivered applications as it makes the process more personal. There are also some companies that make use of an outside company to handle applications. If a company offers online application forms it is usually found under their careers tab on their website.
Most companies do not consider applications that are received late, incomplete or missing documentation, as well as photocopied applications. Candidates will most likely be responsible for their own transport, meals, and accommodation, as companies who offer learnerships rarely offer these. They most likely will offer selected candidates only a monthly stipend. Hence, it is then best to apply for learnerships as close to home as possible.
Logistics learnerships do not guarantee a permanent position. However, some companies may offer successful candidates a full-time position after their learnership period if they have a position to fill.