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VOCATIONAL TRAINING

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Arc/Stick Welding

Unit Standard No: 243056
Unit Standard Credits: 16
NQF Level: 2

Modules for the course include

  • MMA Welding for Pipefitting
  • Equipment Used in MMA Welding
  • Hazards and Safety Precautions Associated with MMA Welding
  • Welding Techniques
  • MMA Welding Electrodes
  • Identify Weld Defects and Their Causes
  • Weld Symbols and Terminology Used On Drawings
  • Price      R.6000   
  • Duration   One Month

CO2/ MIG Welding Training

Unit Standard No: 263734
Unit Standard Credits: 5
NQF Level: 2

Modules for the MIG welding course include

  • Short description of the most common welding processes
  • Fundamentals
  • GMAW equipments and consumables
  • Joint and Groove designs
  • Welding position and torch manipulations
  • Weld defects
  • safety and precautions
  • Price      R.7000   
  • Duration  One Month

Double Coded Welding

Unit Standard No: 10810
Unit Standard Credits: 8
NQF Level: 2

Modules for the course include

  • TIG Overview
  • Power Sources
  • Types of Welding Current used for TIG
  • Characteristics of Current Types for Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
  • TIG Hand piece (TIG Torch)
  • Selecting the Correct Torch Nozzle
  • Gas Lens Benefits
  • Regulators
  • Connection Diagrams
  • Tungsten Selection and Preparation
  • Tungsten Color Code and Proper Torch Use
  • TIG Wires
  • Shielding Gas
  • Shield Gas Selection and Use
  • Typical Manual GTA (TIG Welding Parameters)
  • Guide for Shield Gas Flows, Current Settings and Cup Selection
  • Correct Torch and Rod Positioning
  • Pulsed TIG
  • Personal Protection
  • Recognizing Your Tungsten
  • Operator Inspection for Weld Quality
  • TIG Troubleshooting Guide
  • Price      R.7500  
  • Duration  One Month

Flux Core Welding Training Course

Unit Standard No: 14719
Unit Standard Credits: 8
NQF Level: 3

Modules for the course include

  • Introduction to the Process
  • Principles of Operation
  • Equipment for Welding
  • Equipment Setup, Operation, and Shut Down
  • Shielding Gas and Electrodes
  • Welding Applications
  • Welding Metallurgy
  • Weld and Joint Design
  • Welding Procedure Variables
  • Welding Procedure Schedules
  • Pre-weld Preparations
  • Welding Discontinuities and Problems
  • Post-weld Procedures
  • Welder Training and Qualification
  • Welding Safety
  • Price      R.7000         
  • Duration One Month

TIG/ ARGON Welding

Unit Standard No: 10810
Unit Standard Credits: 8
NQF Level: 2

Modules for the course include

  • TIG Overview
  • Power Sources
  • Types of Welding Current used for TIG
  • Characteristics of Current Types for Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
  • TIG Hand piece (TIG Torch)
  • Selecting the Correct Torch Nozzle
  • Gas Lens Benefits
  • Regulators
  • Connection Diagrams
  • Tungsten Selection and Preparation
  • Tungsten Color Code and Proper Torch Use
  • TIG Wires
  • Shielding Gas
  • Shield Gas Selection and Use
  • Typical Manual GTA (TIG Welding Parameters)
  • Guide for Shield Gas Flows, Current Settings and Cup Selection
  • Correct Torch and Rod Positioning
  • Pulsed TIG
  • Personal Protection
  • Recognizing Your Tungsten
  • Operator Inspection for Weld Quality
  • Price     R.7000
  • Duration: One Month
      

Boiler Maker Training

Unit Standard No: 12240
Unit Standard Credits: 8
NQF Level: 2

Modules for the Boiler making training include

  • Demonstrate an understanding of a variety of engineering fabrication methods.
  • Interpret structural and engineering drawings.
  • Develop and lay out metal work pieces for fabrication.
  • Produce metal components of some complexity.
  • Use and maintain engineering hand and power tools.
  • Adhere to Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental requirements.
  • Communicate with peers and members of supervisory levels.
  • Price                      R.7000  
  • Duration           One Month

Carpentry Training

Unit Standard No: 49091
Unit Standard Credits: 125
NQF Level: 2

Modules for Carpenter training include

  • Basic projects and understanding all wood work tools
  • Finishing walls and ceiling.
  • Enlarging, opening and removing walls.
  • Framing and installing doors.
  • Framing and installing windows.
  • Adding shelves.
  • Adding cabinets.
  • Choosing countertops.
  • Kitchen units
  • Partitioning
  • Wardrobes
  • Joinery

Outcome after the training

  • Demonstrate a basic understanding of the Wood work industry in terms of its composition, role players and the impact of the industry on the South African economy.
  • Read and interpret drawings and prepare the work area, tools, equipment and materials accordingly.
  • Apply health and safety legislation to a work area in the form of standards and procedures, including the rendering of basic first aid.
  • Set out and prepare carpentry work areas.
  • Construct and erect steel and timber formwork and shoring.
  • N.B. For the best Training, the learner is urged to inform the institute the area of specialty that they prefer.
  • Price      R.7000  
  • Duration   One Month      

Diesel Mechanic Training

Unit Standard No: 253357 Unit Standard Credits: 5 NQF Level: 4

Modules for diesel mechanics course and their duties and responsibilities include

  • Description and Operation
    • Diesel engine description and operation
    • Description and operation of diesel engine components, mechanism and devices
  • Appropriate Use
    • Operation Restrictions
    • Diesel engine preparing for operation
    • Diesel engine and its component maintenance
    • Operation in extreme condition
  • Maintenance
    • Diesel engine maintenance
    • Diesel engine preparing for operation
  • Current Repair
    • Engine current repair
    • Engine component current repair
  • Storage
  • Transportation
  • Recycling

Outcome after the training

  • Explain the principles of operation and factors critical to maintaining a diesel engine.
  • Prepare to perform routine maintenance and inspection on a diesel engine.
  • Perform routine maintenance on a diesel engine.
  • Perform start-up and run-down inspections and monitor operation.
  • Care for tools and equipment and record information on work done.
  • Price      R.9000  
  • Duration     Six (6) Weeks

Electrical Training

Unit Standard No: 258968
Unit Standard Credits: 8
NQF Level: 3

Modules for the course include

  • UNIT 1 – Working effectively and safely in the electro technical environment
  • UNIT 2 – Principles of electro technology
  • UNIT 3 – Application of health and safety and electrical principles
  • UNIT 4 – Installation (buildings and structures)
  • Answers to Check your understanding
  • Price                      R.8000  
  • Duration           One Month

Panel Beater Training

Unit Standard No: 64709
Unit Standard Credits: 120
NQF Level: 2

Modules for basic panel beater course and their duties and responsibilities include

  • Welding
  • Panel beating
  • Rust treatment and proofing
  • Painting part 1
  • Painting Part 2
  • Bodywork repairs
  • Repairs on shoe strings
  • Glass fibre bodywork
  • Doors, windows and soft tops
  • Accessories and improvements

Manufacturers of equipment and material

Price      R.10000

Duration    One Month

Pipe Fitter Training

Unit Standard No: 59750
Unit Standard Credits: 121
NQF Level: 3

Modules at our pipe fitting school include

  • Technical Mathematics for Pipe Fitters.
  • Technical Drawing & Symbols
  • Typical Materials & Tools used for Pipe Fitting and for Pipe Installations.
  • Pipe Fitting Process for Galvanized Pipes.
  • Bending Principles
  • Cold bending of Pipes
  • Hot Bending of Pipes.
  • PVC Pipes.
  • Safety Precautions

Price      R.7000                                                                        Duration    One Month

Pipe Fitter Training

Plumbing Training

Unit Standard No: 58782
Unit Standard Credits: 160
NQF Level: 4

Modules for the plumber training courses include

  • Basic plumbing
  • Hydraulic Principles
  • Backflow
  • Pathogens
  • Plumbing Fittings
  • Plumbing Repairs
  • Drain & Vents
  • Water Distribution

Price      R.7000                                                                 

Duration    One Month

Scaffolding Training

Scaffolding Training

Unit Standard No: 263245
Unit Standard Credits: 5
NQF Level: 3

Modules for Scaffold training include

  • Health and safety.
  • Definition.
  • Requirements.
  • Design Requirements.
  • Standing scaffolds.
  • Timber scaffolding.
  • Tube scaffolding with steel or aluminum.
  • Scaffolding with proprietary equipment.
  • Free standing scaffolds.
  • Suspended scaffolds.
  • Special scaffolds.

Outcome after the training

  • Scaffolding preparation, erecting and stripping techniques.
  • Knowledge of fittings related to scaffolding.
  • Fault identification.
  • Knowledge and understanding of transport, handling and storage of scaffolding components and tools related to scaffolding.
  • Knowledge of the properties, maintenance and care of scaffolding, its components and tools related to scaffolding
  • Price    R.7000
  • Duration   Ten (10) Days

Tiling Training

Unit Standard No: 261665

Unit Standard Credits: 20

NQF Level: 3

Tiling training costs R.6000 and takes 2 weeks. After the Tiling course a student is awarded an Accredited certificate of completion and becomes qualified tiler.

Modules for Tiling course include

Select materials, tools and equipment for specified tiling work.

Prepare materials, tools and equipment in accordance with Health and Safety Regulations and industry best practice.

Prepare surfaces for tiling.

Cut tiles according to specification.

Mix adhesive and grout.

Tile various surfaces.

CCTV Camera Installation Training

  • Introduction to digital surveillance system
  • Analogue systems
  • IP Systems
  • System administration

Reading materials used include

  • Handouts
  • Videos
  • Price      R.3500                                              
  • Duration Ten (10) Days

CCTV Camera Installation Training

Unit Standard No: 12484
Unit Standard Credits: 4
NQF Level: 2

Modules for firefighter course and their duties and responsibilities include

  • Introduction
  • Study unit 1: Types of Fires
    • Definition of a fire
    • Elements of a fire
    • Classification of fire
    • Conditions of a fire
    • Common sources of heat
    • Transmission ways in which a fire spread
  • Study unit 2: Fire Prevention
    • Goals of fire prevention
    • Fire hazards
    • Preventative measures
  • Study unit 3: Housekeeping
    • Why is good housekeeping important?
    • General housekeeping guideline
    • Do’s and Don’ts
  • Study unit 4: Fire Fighting
    • Know the use of different types of fire extinguishers
    • How to operate a fire extinguisher?
    • Fire hoses
  • Study unit 5: Fighting Fire
    • Make the correct decision in the process of fighting a fire
    • Fighting a fire
    • Fighting the fire
    • Procedure after the fire
    • Handing over to the emergency services
    • ROAST
    • Methods of extinguishment

Outcome after the training

  • Discuss and explain procedures for dealing with fires in the workplace.
  • Identify the type of fire, its context and select the appropriate firefighting procedure.
  • Identify, select and check appropriate firefighting and safety equipment
  • Reports on status of fire and equipment are completed.
  • Retreat from fire site and hand over to appropriate personnel
  • Report/record status of fire and equipment
  • Price      R.4000                                                                                                  
  • Duration Ten (10) Days