Power Group Learnerships Available 2018
Power Group Learnerships – Join one of South Africa’s largest family and employee-owned construction companies. “The construction industry creates infrastructure for the poor, roads and dams for communities; and provides some families their first home. Very few careers can give you such sense of fulfilment,” (Graham Power, Executive Chairman and Founder).
At the Power Group we offer learnerships in the following fields to students who have obtained a minimum of 60% for Maths and Science:
- Construction Road Works (NQF3)
- Construction Survey (NQF4)
- Construction Supervision (NQF4)
- Construction Management (NQF5)
Please note that there is an order in which learnerships must be completed. Once we receive your application will we be able to determine which learnership you qualify for.
Applications are only accepted from:
October – December
How To Apply
Learnership Application Forms Available here
About Power Group
Since 1983, we have built homes for people across South Africa and now in Namibia. We’ve also built schools, emergency centres, shopping malls, office blocks and warehouses to improve lifestyles and grow businesses.
We’ve constructed roads and structures for municipalities, developers, farmers, film studios and golf estates. We did the taxiways and runways at OR Tambo, Cape Town and East London airports and supplied the infrastructure for five wind farms.
Today the Power Group operates across Southern Africa from regional offices in Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Centurion and Swakopmund (Namibia). We are a level two B-BBEE contributor; ISO 9001 certified with a CIDB 9CE, GB and SB Grading – the highest grading available in South Africa.
As one of South Africa’s largest privately-owned construction companies, with a 30% staff ownership, the Power Group is geared to contribute towards South Africa’s vision of employment, black economic empowerment and housing. The company employs up to three generations of staff – which is a confirmation of our “People First” culture which promotes respect, recognition, just reward and an encouraging hand.