The shortage of professional drivers has already reached many companies in the transport industry, freight forwarding, and logistics. This is the reason why Intertransport Association (GIZ ITT) has developed a pilot project that aims to appeal to the future generation of professional drivers among migrants, refugees, and other jobseekers in Slovenia.
- It is an educational program during which participants will be trained for one of the many vacant jobs in the transport industry and will be able to participate in the labour market actively.
- During the training, participants will obtain the driving license for trucks (category C).
- The training is open for Slovenians, migrants, and refugees with a residence permit.
- Intertransport Association is project coordinator and responsible for recruitment, selection, training, and follow-up of the participants.
Add a pace to the future. Become a professional driver.
Do you love foreign places? Do you long for dynamic workdays? Do you find driving enjoyable? Are you prepared to take on the responsibility for valuable goods?
If you answered “yes” to at least three of these questions, don’t hesitate, make a move and become a professional driver!
- Slovenians, migrants, and refugees with a residence permit,
- 21 years old or older,
- a legal driving license for a car (category B),
- living in Slovenia,
- it is desired that candidates understand and speak Slovene, English and any other foreign language,
- it is desired that candidates have obtained a high school diploma, preferably auto mechanic training school.
Professional truck drivers are employed at small and large trucking companies as well as freight forwarding companies. Even companies that carry out postal and courier service trips are frequent employers.