PetroSA Training Programme Available 2018 – SA Bursaries 2019

By | January 6, 2018

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PetroSA Training Programme – PetroSA is offering to train 15 (fifteen) unemployed learners, on a Fix Term Contract basis, in the abovementioned qualification.

The training will involve both Chemical Operations theory and a practical component at the Centre of Excellence and PetroSA GTL Refinery.
Duration: NOF Level 1 – 12 months
Number of positions: 15 (Fifteen)

PetroSA Training Programme Minimum Requirements

  • Qualifications and Experience
  • Grade 12 or equivalent qualification with Mathematics and Physical Science
  • English proficiency
  • Ability to work within a Chemical Process Plant environment
  • Basic computer literacy would be an advantage

PetroSA Training Programme Competencies

  • Team work
  • Communication
  • Adaptability
  • Attention to detail

PetroSA Training Programme Job Specification

Attendance of theoretical classes at the Centre of Excellence
Undertake Process Operator training within a Chemical Process environment
Undertake shift work as and when required
Achieve competency in all relevant NQF Level 1 Unit Standards and compile a Portfolio of Evidence in support of this qualification
How To Apply

See details here and apply online today.

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About PetroSA

The Petroleum Oil and Gas Corporation of South Africa (SOC) Limited (PetroSA) is the national oil company of South Africa and is registered as a commercial entity under South African law. PetroSA is a subsidiary of the Central Energy Fund (CEF), which is wholly owned by the State and reports to the Department of Energy.
The company holds a portfolio of assets that spans the petroleum value chain, with all operations run according to world-class safety and environmental standards. PetroSA was formed in 2002 upon the merger of Soekor E and P (Pty) Limited, Mossgas (Pty) Limited and parts of the Strategic Fuel Fund, another subsidiary of CEF.

The core business activities of PetroSA are:
• The exploration and production of oil and natural gas
• The participation in, and acquisition of, local as well as international upstream petroleum ventures
• The production of synthetic fuels from offshore gas at one of the world’s largest Gas-to-Liquid (GTL) refineries in Mossel Bay, South Africa
• The development of domestic refining and liquid fuels logistical infrastructure
• The marketing and trading of oil and petrochemicals.

PetroSA operates the FA-EM, South Coast gas fields as well as the Oribi and Oryx oil fields. The producing gas fields provide feedstock to the Mossel Bay GTL refinery.

Outside South Africa, the company has exploration acreage in Equatorial Guinea and Namibia.

PetroSA’s GTL refinery produces ultra-clean, low-sulphur, low-aromatic synthetic fuels and high-value products converted from natural methane-rich gas and condensate using a unique GTL Fischer Tröpsch technology.

Key commodities produced include unleaded petrol, kerosene (paraffin), diesel, propane, liquid oxygen and nitrogen, distillates, eco-fuels and alcohols. Its world-class synthetic fuels and petrochemicals are marketed internationally.