Step 1 : Admission requirements

General Education and Training Certificate

A General Education and Training Certificate (GETC) or a Grade 9 certificate issued by a school OR an Adult Education and Training (ABET) NQF Level 1 certificate OR a recognised equivalent qualification obtained at NQF Level 1 are required to enter this learning pathway

Step 2 : Learnerships

Learnership – Welding Practice (Steel Weld) Level 2

A candidate needs to have an employer in order to enter into a learnership.

Step 3 : Learnerships

Learnership – Welding Pratice (All Positions: Mechanical Engineering) NQF Level 03

Step 4 : Learnerships

Learnership – Welding Application and Practice (All metals in all positions: Mechanical Welder) NQF Level 04

Step 5 : Final assessment

Trade Test

The trade test is a national assessment that is conducted by a trade test centre that is accredited by the National Artisan Moderation Body (NAMB). You are only a qualified artisan after passing the trade test.

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