Monday, 10 October 2016

Graduate Trainees at British American Tobacco

British American Tobacco is a market leading, global organisation with a long, established history and a bright and dynamic future. Thanks to our people we have continued to deliver growth and exceed expectations in an increasingly complex and challenging marketplace. Our aim is to become the leading tobacco company in each of our markets by providing excellent products with confidence and responsibility expected of global consumer brands.

Job Title:Technical Trainee (Contract)

  • Manufacturing and Engineering continues to be the bedrock of a developing economy and as part of our commitment to developing technical skills.
The Programme
  • The Programme is a 12 months' technical skills learning opportunity targeted at passionate, young and talented individuals with the required potential to deliver on business goals. 
  • It has also been designed to build technical capabilities and competencies relevant to the Manufacturing Industry driven by a performance learning approach.
  • Continuous assessment and appraisal of trainees will take place during the period of training and on successful completion of the training programme, a certificate of participation will be awarded.
  • BAT is not obliged to provide employment to trainees on successful completion of the programme.
  • However, trainees will be kept in a pool for future employment when the opportunity presents itself.
  • National Technical Certificate (NTC) or Advanced National Technical Certificate (ANTC) issued by the National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB
  • Technicians Certificate (or its equivalent) issued by City & Guilds of London with qualifications in Engineering & Transport and Processes & Manufacturing.
  • OND in Mechanical, Electrical or related course (Must have completed Industrial Attachment)
Related fields of study:
  • Vocational studies in Automotive, Electrical & Electronic, Production and Maintenance, Metals & fabricated metal products
  • Vocational studies in electrical and electronics installation and in Maintenance Practice
Desirable requirements
  • Working at BAT
Enrollment Condition
  • All enrolled trainees will receive a monthly allowance to cover incidental expenses throughout the duration of the programme. 
  • Students will also benefit from the company’s canteen services as well as medical services at the company’s clinic.

Closing Date


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