BMW’s 2020 Apprenticeships Programme For People Who Want to Sell Premium Automobile and Motorcycle Brands of BMW Or Passionate to Learn More About Mechanic Subjects
The BMW Group (or “BMW” as referred to in this article) has expanded its premium automobile and motorcycle manufacturing brand presences in more than 60 dealerships in South Africa since its first dealership opening on 1965. By focusing on its three major brands, namely, BMW, MINI, and Rolls-Royce, BMW becomes a Group company that is able to deliver premium products and after-sales services at the same time.
Until now, BMW has a total of 31 production and assembly facilities in 14 of its different countries’ offices, including in South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, and Swaziland. A total of 140 global sales networks makes BMW a decent place to train in sales abilities, especially in terms of selling premium motorcycle brands.
BMW’s Apprenticeships Programme’s Schemes and Requirements
Lifelong learning is BMW’s middle name, as BMW always tries its best to hold several educational programmes as a form of its Corporate Social Initiatives. That way, BMW takes delight on seeing its current and potential employees to grow personally and professionally through its programmes, including two of its diverse kinds of apprenticeships programme.
The Experiential Learning Opportunities and the regular Apprenticeships Programme are among BMW’s two apprenticeship programmes that applicants can choose from. The Experiential Learning Opportunities scheme promises career prospects through merSETA, in which those prospects are in-line with the theoretical and practical combination of apprenticeships programme.
Several apprenticeships’ branches in BMW’s Experiential Learning Opportunities are available to be chosen, including Finance and Administration, Sales and After Sales of Service and Parts departments, and Approved Repair Centre. The Sales Cadet Programme in the Sales department is one of the most sought-after apprenticeship programmes in this Experiential Learning Opportunities scheme, as apprentices will learn to sell premium Original Manufacturing Enterprise products until they reach the assigned targets.
Individuals who are passionate about Mechanics subjects and have natural abilities to cope with technical workshop environments can apply for BMW’s regular Apprenticeships programme scheme. In this regular apprenticeships scheme, individuals will experience the truest BMW Group dealerships’ training centres’ environment as they work on various material and practical assignments in this Apprenticeships programme, which will further enhance their capabilities of dealing with technical and mechanical matters.
To qualify for the BMW’s apprenticeship programme, applicants should possess these following criteria:
- Have either one of a Grade 12 certificate with Maths and Science or any other similar Technical qualifications.
- Eager to explore all about Mechanics subjects in general and the brands of BMW, MINI, and Motorrad.
- Possess a valid driver license.
BMW’s Apprenticeships Programme’s Application Processes
BMW’s apprenticeship programme’s initial registration processes are done through its online system by clicking on the “Log In” button located in its official online search portal. After agreeing to BMW’s privacy agreements, applicants can then begin to create their account through clicking on the “Register” button located on below of BMW’s online system.
CV and other relevant supporting documents can be submitted only if an applicant has activated their account through BMW’s online system. After completing the uploading and data filling processes, applicants should wait for further information of whether they are shortlisted or not. If those applicants are shortlisted, they will be invited to interview and assessment sessions before they can begin their apprenticeship contract with BMW.
Potential applicants should take note that BMW only shortlists those who have outstanding academic performance and values that are congruent with BMW’s business environments. Therefore, BMW’s whole selection processes are made to ensure those values are being fulfilled and future BMW apprentices are satisfied to be placed in their most suitable position.
Opening and Closing Dates of BMW’s Apprenticeships Programme on 2020
BMW’s apprenticeships programme is open every year, including on 2020. Visit BMW’s official business web page for more information on its 2020’s apprenticeships programme’s opening and closing dates.
BMW’s Apprenticeships Programme’s Contact Details
The Customer Service department of BMW is ready to answer all inquiries regarding on BMW’s apprenticeship programme on these following numbers and e-mail address:
- Phone Number: 0800 600 555
- Fax Number: 012 522 2347
- Email Address: [email protected]