Highly skilled welders are increasingly in demand due to modern advancements in production processes and materials. They need to be proficient in a wide variety of welding techniques and capable of continually producing high quality welds in often difficult conditions.
Qualified welders can look forward to variety of interesting opportunities in a wide range of industries.
[tr][td]Competency based modular approach related to trade.[/td][/tr]
Full N2 (with 4 subjects in the respective trade)
Leading towards a qualified artisan in the respective trade. (Shortage of qualified artisan hence the demand for these specific trades.)
Qualified Artisan (MERSETA)
Each learner will be assessed per module by a qualified artisan in the respective trade.
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