ArcelorMittal Has Apprenticeship Programmes on 2020 for Those who Have Graduated from The Grade 12
ArcelorMittal was originally a separate part of Arcelor and Mittal Steel until it was merged and taken over in 2006. Until now, this Luxembourg-based multinational steel manufacturing company has become the world’s largest steel producer in terms of its yearly volume, which was reported as high as 98.1 million tonnes per 2014.
South African’s ArcelorMittal also contributes to ArcelorMittal’s recent listing on the Fortune 500 Global Ranking, as it becomes the world’s largest steel producer as well. Until this year, this ArcelorMittal company that is headquartered in Boulevard d’Avranches, Luxembourg has employed 220,000 employees worldwide, making it a gigantic company to have many on-going work preparation programmes, including the apprenticeship programme.
ArcelorMittal’s Apprenticeship Programme’s Schemes and Requirements
ArcelorMittal’s apprenticeship programme’s scheme is focused towards an 18-month duration of formal classroom training and work-integrated-learning programme combination. The designated career paths for ArcelorMittal’s apprenticeship programme are any careers that are geared towards the steel manufacturing industry.
In other words, ArcelorMittal’s apprentices will get new theoretical knowledge and practical skills needed to develop and apply steel manufacturing industry standards to increase productivity, efficiency, and overall quality. Those apprentices are also required to take a national trade test before they can be appointed as the ArcelorMittal’s Candidate Artisan programme member and, eventually, permanent artisans upon their graduation.
As a part of this non-unit standard based apprenticeship programme, apprentices will get their training costs funded and be given a monthly bursary allowance by ArcelorMittal itself. These following area of studies are present for ArcelorMittal’s apprenticeship programme:
- Fitter and Turner
- Roller Turner
- Instrumentation Mechanician
- Refractory Mason
To be eligible for the aforementioned ArcelorMittal’s apprenticeship programme’s schemes, interested candidates should satisfy these following criteria:
- Have a Grade 12 certificate in basic education.
- Obtains a minimum overall percentage of 50% in Grade 12’s Mathematics, Sciences, and English and completes two additional relevant technical subjects done in any one of N1 to N6-accredited college.
How to Apply for ArcelorMittal’s Apprenticeship Programme
Click on the orange-coloured “here” text located on below of ArcelorMittal’s apprenticeship programme’s page. There will be several clickable texts and images after being redirected, and applicants should either click on the “Register” or “Create CV” menu to begin the application process. After that, applicants can proceed by ensuring all fields have been completed and all documents have been uploaded to be considered a place for ArcelorMittal’s apprenticeship programme.
Successful applicants will be informed of the next interviewing steps. After passing the interview stage, candidates will have to take an assessment before they can join in ArcelorMittal’s apprenticeship programme.
ArcelorMittal’s Apprenticeship Programme’s Opening and Closing Dates on 2020
ArcelorMittal’s apprenticeship programme is open all year-long. Visit ArcelorMittal’s official apprenticeship programme’s page for more information on its 2020’s apprenticeship programme’s opening and closing dates.
ArcelorMittal’s Apprenticeship Programme’s Contact Details
Contact ArcelorMittal’s office at the assigned physical address or call on the given telephone and fax numbers below in case of further questions on its apprenticeship programme:
- Physical Address: Delfos Boulevard, Vanderbijlpark
- Phone Number: 016 889 9111
- Fax Number: 016 889 2097