The Human Resources Branch is a central pillar of the National Railways of Zimbabwe operations. It exists to provide impetus and direction to the organisation through strategically Managing its human capital as its most valuable resource. With the ever changing industrial trends the NRZs’ Training College plays a major role in the development of skilled manpower who are rated among some of the best in the world. This is a key investment for the NRZ and the HR Branch is also charged with maintaining a developmental approach to existing human capital.
Technical College Courses
|FULL-TIME THREE YEAR NATIONAL CERTIFICATE (NC)
|Electrical Power Engineering/ Refrigeration and Air Conditioning / Electronic Engineering Communication Systems||Electrical Engineering|
|Motor Vehicle Mechanics||Automotive Engineering|
FULL TIME 6 MONTHS SKILLED WORKER COURSES:
|Platerwelder/ Fitting including Machining/ Turning Including Machining /Millwright/
Diesel Plant Fitting
|Electrician/ Radio Communications Artisan/Refrigeration and Air Conditioning||Electrical Engineering|
|Painter Decorator/ Carpenter Joinery/ Plumbing and Drain laying||Construction|
|Motor Vehicle Mechanic/ Coach Trimmer||Automotive|
Applicants should posses the following:
For all National Certificate (NC) courses
- Five (5) Ordinary Level subjects at Grade C or better and should include English Language, Mathematics and a Science subject.
For skilled worker courses
- Oral and written communication skills in English (Class 4).
- 5 Years exposure to the trade (Class 4)
- Should have passed trade test in class 4, 3 or 2 and with not less than 12 months industrial exposure in the relevant class.
- A hand written application letter for the course applied for.
- Original certificates, plus a set of certified copies of birth certificate, national ID and school certificates.
Technical College Growth
The NRZ Training College is the best Technical College in the country as its workshops cover a wide spectrum of technical courses. The location of the college exposes students to the main Mechanical Workshops were they experience practical application of theories on the job. It is against this background that the Technical College has set in motion plans to elevate to a National University of Engineering