Candidates must have obtained the following qualifications, not earlier than 2008:
A. Minimum of Lower Credit (or its equivalent) in any of the under-listed certificates:
i) Ordinary National Diploma (OND) issued by a Nigerian Polytechnic; or
ii) National Technical Certificate (NTC) or Advanced National Technical Certificate (ANTC) issued by the National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB); or
iii) Technicians' Certificate or Ordinary Technicians' Diploma (or its equivalent) issued by City & Guilds of London.
These certificates should have been obtained in any of the following (or related) fields of study:
i) Mechanical Engineering
ii) Electrical and Electronics Engineering/Electrical Installation an Maintenance Practice
iii) Applied Mechanical and Electrical Engineering (Mechatronics)
iv) Applied Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics Engineering
v) Industrial Measurement and Control/Instruments
vi) Mechanics Work
vii) Chemical Engineering
viii) Automation Engineering
C. In addition, candidates are required mandatorily to have five (5) 0' Level credits (or equivalent) obtained in one (1) sitting in the following subjects:
iii) Further mathematics, Technical Drawing or Chemistry
iv) English Language
v) Any other Subject
The programme will last for 18 months. Students will be thoroughly engaged in rigorous theoretical and practical training at the Training Centre and exposed to industrial work experience in the various plants within Nestle Nigeria factories. Continuous assessment and appraisals of trainees will take place during the period of training.
The programme will provide practical training in three (3) core disciplines, namely:
1. Mechanical Operations,
2. Electrical/ instrumentation operations,
The training program will lead to the award of a Nestle Certificate of participation. In addition, students will be prepared and enrolled for the City and Guilds of London Technician Awards in Engineering.
Candidates who successfully complete the programme will be eligible to apply for employment in Nestle Nigeria Plc. depending on business need, while those who are unable to cope with its demands may be asked to withdraw from the -programme before its completion.
All enrolled students will receive a monthly student's 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.
Commencement of Programme:
Successful candidates will commence training in September 2011.
Method of Application
Candidates who meet the above entry requirements should submit applications electronically by completing online forms at www.dragnetnigeria.com/nnplc
. Candidates should apply for admission only once. Only electronic applications will be considered, and only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Kindly ensure that e-mail addresses and phone numbers given are active and valid.
Application closes on Friday 29th July, 2011.