This qualification provides learners with the standards and the range of learning require to work effectively in the welding industry. This qualification is to develop learners, who after completion demonstrate the ability to use and apply mechanical and welding technology, techniques processes and skills.
Matric Maths Literacy / N3 Engineering Maths
When learners have completed Level 4 they must then be exposed to +18 months practical training (On the job experience). Once they have completed this they can apply for a pre-trade test evaluation where the learners will be tested according to trade test standard. If no gaps are found learners can then apply for an official trade test and if successful by passing the trade test they become qualified welders and can then apply for employment at various companies that specialize in welding.
The Department of Higher Education and Training makes provision for a bursary fund per TVET college in order facilitate optimum access for financially needy and academically deserving students. When allocating funds to students, compliance to DHET Bursary Administration Guidelines, is imperative. The DHET has appointed The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) as the administrators of these funds.
Who can apply?
ELLIGIBILITY CRITERIA • Only South African Citizens
• Registered EMC student
THREE MAIN CRITERIA
• Financially neediness
• Academic performance
• 80% Class attendance